Queen city to be crowned in laurels

T.Finlayson '17

November 18, 2015

Filed under All About Buffalo, Sports, Top Stories

A buffalo native is striving for the incredible; the Olympic gold. Sarah Giancola is aiming to make the women’s lightweight double sculls for the Olympics and her story began in Buffalo’s boathouse, West Side Rowing Club. “I started rowing in 2004, the summer before my freshman year. I rowed for th...

Assessing Nolan’s First Month

J. Rose '14

December 16, 2013

Filed under All About Buffalo, Sports

After a start to the 2013-14 season that could be described only as terrible, the Buffalo Sabres were on track for the worst record the NHL has ever seen. After their first home win, in a game where they were outshot 45-17, Terry...

2013 YMCA Turkey Trot

N. Santarpia '15

December 7, 2013

Filed under All About Buffalo

The 118th annual YMCA Turkey Trot race was held Thanksgiving morning, Thursday the 28th. The race had an amazing turn out, overflowing the 14,000-person capacity of registration. The race follows Delaware Avenue for 8 kilomete...

Summits, Sea Lions, and Service

A. Simpson '15

November 6, 2013

Filed under All About Buffalo

 I believe it would be a mistake if I were to say that every person does not have an incredible moment or experience in his or her life that he or she will undoubtedly never forget. Memories created that will last a lifetime, fr...

Buffalo’s Haunted Houses Reviews

N. Santarpia '15

November 6, 2013

Filed under All About Buffalo

Buffalo's "Frightworld" on the travel channel If you’re the type of person who loves being scared as I do, you would have been disappointed if you missed out on the many haunted house attractions this Halloween. There were many opp...

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