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News Clips November 3-9, 2014

News Clips November 3-9, 2014

Posted: November 10, 2014

Buffalo State and its students, faculty, staff, and alumni are making news. The following articles appeared in the media the week of November 3 – November 9.  Please note that links may expire or change as news outlets archive stories. 

November 3

WIVB:  Shopping pops up in Market Arcade building (Buffalo State mentioned)

Time:  The 100-Year History of the Modern Bra (Lynn Boorady, Chair and Associate Professor of Fashion & Textile Technology, quoted)

WBEN:  Bruce Bryski, Assistant Professor of Communications, talks about the Election day governor race (no link available)

November 4

Buffalo News:  Pop-up stores coming to Market Arcade for holidays (Buffalo State mentioned)

Buffalo News:  Cuomo hoping to secure Western New York at last (Buffalo State mentioned)

Buffalo News:  On the Record (Buffalo State mentioned)

Buffalo Rising:  Second Chic Hertel (Buffalo State mentioned)

November 5

Buffalo Rising:  Arts Abilities Conference at Downtown Library (Buffalo State mentioned)

Ken-Ton Bee:  Reading events promote literacy in elementary schools (Buffalo State mentioned)

WBEN:  Bruce Bryski, Assistant Professor of Communications, recaps the Election Day results (no link available)

November 6

ArtVoice:  Buffalo State student filmmakers begin production on TV pilot

The Record News:  HVCC and Saint Rose establish 'articulation agreement' (Buffalo State mentioned)

ReadMedia:  There's No Place Like Encore 2014 (Paul Ferington, Lecturer of Music, mentioned)

Orchard Park Bee:  OP woman named CFO at SKM Group (Buffalo State alum, Ellen Peinkofer , featured)

Lancaster Bee:  Former teacher creates range of artwork (Buffalo State alum, Mary Ann Long, featured)

Buffalo Business FirstBuffalo nanobrewery seeks $10K in startup costs (Buffalo State alum, John Domres, mentioned)

November 7

Flushdraw:  New Study Shows No Increase in Problem Gambling During Past Decade (William F. Wieczorek, Director of Center for Health & Social Research, mentioned)

Buffalo News:  How many literary genres does the acclaimed David Mitchell need in one novel? (Edward Taylor, Lecturer of English, mentioned)

November 9

Niagara Gazette:  GLYNN: Chinese, Korean visitors stir concern in Youngstown (Chenchen Huang, Associate Professor of Hospitality and Tourism, quoted)

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