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“We all deserve a chance to live healthy lives, no matter what state we happen to live in,” says Danielle Pelfrey Duryea, instructor and clinical teaching fellow.
The pomp was in full swing and the circumstance was celebratory at SUNY Buffalo Law School’s 126th Commencement ceremonies. Two hundred and nine degrees were conferred in the May 23 ceremony.
Professor Charles Patrick Ewing unveils ambitious plans for the Law School’s Advocacy Institute, which helps students and legal practitioners develop essential skills in litigation and advocacy.
At its 40th annual gathering, held April 3 and 4 in Schenectady, the New York African Studies Association honored Professor Makau W. Mutua as its Distinguished Africanist.
June 30, 2015
USA Today - An article on the superintendent and 11 others
being placed on leave at the Clinton Correctional Facility after
two inmates escaped quotes Vice Provost Teresa Miller on the
fallout and types of reforms that should be considered.
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