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News Clips: March 2019

News Clips: March 2019

Posted: March 31, 2019

Buffalo State and its students, faculty, staff, and alumni are making news. The following articles appeared in the media in March 2019.  Please note that links may expire or change as news outlets archive stories.

March 1
WBFO: Theater Talk: Kavinoky in the news, "Bookie" skillfully adapted, MISS SAIGON for a new generation (Buffalo State mentioned)
Buffalo News: HEAL Bflo's mission of yoga for all on display at annual retreat (Buffalo State mentioned)

March 3
Niagara Gazette: An eye on the environment at the Lewiston Water Pollution center (Buffalo State mentioned) Salem County Historical Society focuses on vintage photos (Buffalo State alum Rachel Wetzel mentioned)

March 5
Ken-Ton Bee: Byron Brown launches second Civic Innovation Eco Challenge (Buffalo State mentioned)   

March 7
WKBW: Ignite JobCade brings together dozens of local startups hoping to fill more than 200 jobs (Buffalo State student Victoire Babwiriza quoted)  

March 8
Business First: Less proving to be more for some master's programs at Buffalo-area institutions (Buffalo State mentioned)

March 11
Buffalo News: Why juries clear police officers accused of brutality (Martin Littlefield, Lecturer of Criminal Justice, quoted)

March 12
WBFO: Local initiative underway to fight climate change (Buffalo State mentioned)

March 13
WIVB: One-of-a-kind kicks: Local artist creates custom footwear (Buffalo State alum Olivia Luciani featured)
Buffalo News: Christian Martinez joins Sandhill Investment Management (Buffalo State alum Christian Martinez featured)

March 15
Niagara Gazette: Husted named SUNYAC's top rookie (Buffalo State men’s hockey player Andrew Husted featured)

March 16
Batavia Daily News: Not all heroes wear capes (Buffalo State alum Tonia Burton featured)

March 17 Gliding Stars ice show gets big draw (Buffalo State student Jordan Bauth featured)

March 18
Buffalo News: Talking Points (Sue McCartney, Director of the Small Business Development Center, mentioned)

March 22
Buffalo News: Will M&T Bank return to the acquisition game? (John Wilcox, Lecturer of Economics and Finance, quoted)

March 23
Buffalo News: You might be able to see the Northern Lights tonight (Buffalo State mentioned)
The Central Virginian: Project First Responder in Louisa (Buffalo State mentioned)

March 24
Business First: City still seeking technologists for civic challenge (Buffalo State mentioned)

March 25
WIVB: Bikesharing program returns to Buffalo for warm-weather months (Buffalo State mentioned)

March 28
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education: 2019 Arthur Ashe Jr. Male and Female Athlete-of-the-Year (Buffalo State student-athlete Kendall Skuse mentioned)

March 29
Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Why can't Minnesotans figure out how to zipper merge? (Dwight Hennessy, Professor of Psychology, quoted)
Sinclair Broadcast Group: 6 questions about the latest failed Brexit vote and why it matters (Laurie Buonanno, Professor of Political Science, quoted)
Buffalo News: Women's History Month program honors 'remarkable' women (Win Man Thant, Community Academic Center Education Coordinator, mentioned) 

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