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Monday, February 14, 2022

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From the Vice President for Finance and Management

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COVID-19 Health and Safety Campus Reminder

All members of our campus community are reminded that we must continue our commitment to work together in protecting the campus community while

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From the Vice President for Student Affairs

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Buffalo State’s 150th Anniversary Celebration Continues

We hosted Buffalo State Day on September 17, 2021, to kick off the yearlong celebration of Buffalo State College’s 150th anniversary as a college

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Call for Nominations: Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Classified Service

Nominations will be accepted through Tuesday, February 22, for the 2021–2022 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Classified Service. This SUNY

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America Saves Week Begins February 21

America Saves Week (ASW) 2022 is February 21–25. Since 2007, this national campaign has been

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NYS Deferred Compensation Plan - Free Financial Webinars: February 21-23

The NYS Deferred Compensation Plan will host the following free educational webinars for all employees who wish to attend. The NYSDCP is a

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Tell Education Students: IPDS Italy Information Session - February 24

Tell Students: New York Student Business Plan Competition - Cash Awards!

Buffalo State College students are invited to participate in the 2022 New York State Business Plan Competition. Students compete against all

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ICYMI: Mating and Fertility Rituals at the Heart of Valentine’s Day Observance

When you open a Valentine’s Day card with cheerful red hearts swirling around promises of abiding love, you may not realize the influence of a lovelorn medieval poet.

Geoffrey Chaucer, who famously authored The Canterbury Tales, has a “reasonably good claim to being the founder of Valentine’s Day, at least in the romantic sense,” said Angela Fulk, lecturer in Buffalo State College’s English Department, who teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses on Chaucer. “He may be the first person, at least in writing, to connect the day to romantic love.”…

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