The campus radio station is a hallmark of the American college experience. Since FM broadcasting began to take off in the 1970s, college DJs have offered an alternative to mainstream culture, influencing the music students listen to and they talk about — all from dimly lit rooms and tucked-away basements on America’s college campuses.
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Before moving to Hollywood, Rob Lieberman promised himself that he wouldn’t become a jerk. He also promised himself that wouldn’t forget his hometown of Buffalo, even if he made it big.
Carved figurines, embroidered quilts and self-portraits. Black ash, sweetgrass and digital data. The works featured in “O’Nigöëi:yo:h: Thinking in Indian,” now showing at UB’s Anderson and CFA Galleries, span just about every format, medium and style one can imagine.