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SBU-TV September 13, 2019

September 13, 2019

SBU-TV is back for the semester. What is next for The Bona Venture, St. Bonaventure University's student newspaper, after the university's Student Government Association removed Carole McNall as its adviser? Plus, the Olean City School district is looking into threats made over social media. And, there is a cool place in town to get some sinfully good ice cream.

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May 3, 2019 SBU-TV

This week on SBU-TV:

Because the Jandoli School of Communication at St. Bonaventure University has become accredited, we look at what that means for future students. Plus, it is pothole season, and Cattaraugus County is getting ready to fill in those nightmares on the road. And, we report on more meth problems in the City of Olean.

SBU-TV April 26, 2019

This week on SBU-TV, a new policy coming to St. Bonaventure bans smoking on campus.
Plus, updates on the president's statement to Bishop Malone.
Bonaventure's rugby teams headed to nationals! Go Bonnies!

SBU-TV April 12, 2019

This week on SBU-TV, University president Dr. Dennis DePerro is calling for the resignation of Buffalo Bishop Richard Malone after new allegations surface of sexual abuse in the Catholic Diocese. Plus, how you can eat healthy with locally grown produce. And, the Special Olympics take over the Reilly Center.

SBU-TV April 5, 2019

This week on SBU-TV, new safety policies in place for the Bona Bus. But what does this mean for your late-night ride? The stomach flu strikes SBU's campus. Plus, death row survivor Anthony Hinton to speak at commencement this year! 

 

SBU-TV March 29, 2019

This week on SBU-TV, New York lawmakers are looking to ban the sale of puppies in stores. Plus, why did Cattaraugus County rank as one of the unhealthiest in New York State? And, St. Bonaventure says a final goodbye to a dear friend and colleague.

SBU-TV March 22, 2019

This week on SBU-TV, fire investigators look into an incident that set a St. Bonaventure University townhouse a blaze. Plus, Olean Police could soon be wearing body cameras. We talk to the police chief to find out why and who is paying for it. And, the Bona Wolf dunks his way onto The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

SBU-TV March 15, 2019

This week on SBU-TV Police in Olean are investigating a meth growing operation and are now searching for two suspects. Plus, a new attraction set to debut in Lincoln Park. And, the Bonnies tip-off the A-10 Tournament in Brooklyn.

SBU-TV March 1, 2019

This week on SBU-TV, we remember a dear colleague and friend, Dr. Kimberly Young. Young died Thursday after a long battle with cancer. Plus, meet this year's Hellinger winner, Michael Nelson. And SBU students offer their time on a service trip to Uganda.

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SBU-TV February 22, 2019

This week on SBU-TV, Olean General Hospital announces layoffs of roughly 30 employees; plus, a Cattaraugus County man is wanted for making and producing meth, and the story of St. Bonaventure student Nick Ventura, who eight years ago suffered a traumatic brain injury while snowboarding and shares his remarkable journey back to health.

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Did the Buffalo Diocese Try to ‘Bigfoot’ the Clergy Abuse Story Last Week?

During the years I served as a deputy communication director in the New Jersey governor’s office, we dealt with more than a fair share of negative stories.

Some were complete surprises that came out of the blue and required quick thinking about how best to respond.

Occasionally we knew when a tough story was about to break, such as a court ruling, an unemployment report or a political ...

Current Movies Show the True Meaning of Woodstock

Fifty years ago, when several hundred thousand music fans descended on Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in Bethel, New York, for the Woodstock Music and Art Festival, Queen was nearly a year away from its first performance, Elton John had yet to release an album in the U.S., and Bruce Springsteen was in a band called Steel Mill.

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Upcoming Events

Thu, September 19, 8:30 AM

Olean Municipal Building, Room 119, Olean

Olean Local Development Corporation Meeting

Government

Thu, September 19, 3:45 PM

Olean Public Library, Olean

Teen Room for ages 13 to 18

Arts & Entertainment Education

Thu, September 19, 5:00 PM

Allegany-Limestone High School, Allegany

Girls Varsity Swimming

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Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce Offers Sept. 18 Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training Session

September 13, 2019

OLEAN, NY– Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce has scheduled its first Lunch and Learn session of its 2019-20 season for Wednesday at noon. 

An Oct. 9 deadline looms on sexual harassment prevention training for all employees. Late last year, New York employers were given a nine-month extension from an original Jan. 1 state proposed deadline. Now employers are ...

Curtain Closes on "Game of Thrones," and Now Our Watch Has Ended

It took me several days to wrap my head around how I felt about the “Game of Thrones” series finale, and then it hit me—to produce something thought-provoking enough to still be a topic of discussion among millions nearly a week later is to produce something epic, regardless of the nature of those thoughts.

A lot of the disappointment among fans stems from the fact that we ...