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Faculty searches suspended

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By Emily Losito Associate Editor Eleven faculty position openings listed on the Notice Board in December disappeared in January. Six positions in the School of Arts & Sciences, two in the School of Education and three in the School of Business were taken down at the beginning of the 2017 spring semester. Several faculty searches…

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Budget update: Club leaders to learn budgets Wednesday, 2015 freshmen enrollment unknown

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By Amelia Kibbe Editor-In-Chief Although university officials have yet to release official enrollment numbers for the 2015-16 academic year or finalized club budgets, new Student Government Association (SGA) President Rose Brown said a budget decrease is likely to continue. However, she added she is confident university officials will do everything possible to ensure the continuation…

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Stop the presses: Buff State student government oversteps authority

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By Harrison Leone Editor-in-Chief On April 1, SUNY Buffalo State’s student-run newspaper, The Record, ran an April Fool’s edition. A cursory look at the online edition of the paper at Buffstaterecord.com revealed a funny, tongue-in-cheek and obviously farcical issue, with the title of the paper changed to “The Wrecked”, and a front page expose of…

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Endowment surpasses $60 mil in fiscal 2014: University ranked 581 of 832 institutions for 11.5 percent return rate

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By Lian Bunny News Editor Student media has publicized St. Bonaventure’s declining enrollment numbers because of its implied financial consequences, however the media talks less about the $60 million in its endowment. Endowments are financial gifts to a university or college.  The money is invested, so the total asset value will remain unspent, and the…

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Blame bipartisan stubbornness for budget failure

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By Emily Sullivan Opinion and Associate Editor  On Sept. 30, my roommates and I sat gathered around our living room, our eyes glued to the television. On a normal Monday night, we would have been watching a movie together or maybe a late-night rerun of “Friends.” But on this particular Monday night, our eyes were…

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CAB made right decision to pass on spring concert under tight budget

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Students who were looking forward to see a national musical act come to campus will be sorely disappointed. The news that the Campus Activity Board (CAB) would not be hosting a spring concert spread quickly last Tuesday. Some Bona’s students on Twitter derided the decision.  They lobbed criticisms at the school’s administration and CAB and…

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Band choices should not be blamed on CAB

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  Many St. Bonaventure students wait anxiously to see what band or artist is chosen to perform on campus for the annual Spring Concert.    When the Campus Activities Board (CAB) announced this year’s performers Breathe Carolina and The Ready Set, some students expressed their disappointment in the choices. Some started to point fingers and…

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