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  • Art Forum temporarily re-constituted

    11 charges were filed against the Student Association (SA) after Art Forum failed to be re-constituted. A validity hearing was held to assess which, if any, charges would stick. Two charges, discussing budget issues inappropriately and violation of open meeting law, were found valid and would constitute a legality hearing.

  • Decision on the way in TKE fire case

    After 18 months of procedural delays and unsuccessful attempts at a plea bargaining, the criminal case against Joshua Benton, 21, is beginning to move forward. Benton, a former student at the University of Buffalo, is facing a felony charge of second-degree assault following an incident at Fred Fest in 2010.

  • Fredonia makes “druggiest colleges” list

     Last week Facebook erupted with chatter letting everyone who did not already know that Fredonia was ranked number 10 among the nation's "druggiest colleges," according to The Daily Beast. The Daily Beast is an online publication in connection with Newsweek, after a merger in February 2011, that is "dedicated to breaking news and sharp commentary.

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    Fredonia rap duo pioneers

    budding local scene

    SUNY Fredonia's campus is filled with students possessing all types of musical capabilities. Many of these students can be found in Mason Hall practicing their vocals, playing their instruments, or showcasing their abilities to the campus during Open Mic Night.

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    School of Music presents African Drumming Ensemble

    Dressed in colorful traditional African printed shirts and beating on drums, a collective group of students showed the audience another side of them at the African Drumming Ensemble this past Wednesday evening. The ensemble, put on by the School of Music, was held at Diers Recital Hall.

  • “44Fred” initiative continues to press for Buster Brown

    *Editor's Note: This a For returning students, the Buster Brown Bean Company was a source of quality drinks and cafe food at Fredonia. With their signature company hats, logo display's and assortment of "flavor shots," they were a staple on campus. Their variety of unique products and local impact made them a favorite among students and others alike.