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Starting up the start-ups

07/05/18 6:11pm | By KIRSTEN DEAN

Benjamin Corbett started out his collegiate career at the University at Pittsburgh in 2015. He planned on joining the university’s ROTC program to give back to the community, but officials discovered a scar on his back.

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Data Trackers: How UB uses student info

07/02/18 5:28pm | By BENJAMIN BLANCHET

UB can track your location every time you swipe your UB Card.

Card readers across campus track when you eat dinner, go home and ride the bus. The card registers when you get Moe’s and if you are a loyal Bulls fan. All your swipes are recorded and some departments share your habits with people outside of UB. 

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Grapplers Anonymous

05/03/18 5:27am | By DAVID TUNIS-GARCIA

Eleven professional wrestlers have come out of Grapplers Anonymous, a wrestling gym in Lackawanna. Local wrestlers go to the gym Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings to learn to run the ropes, take bumps and trash talk like WWE Superstars.

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Lucha Culture

04/29/18 11:57pm | By GISELLE SANTIAGO

Dylan Rosales cares deeply about Peru.

A Peruvian flag is draped on the wall of his apartment. On breaks, Rosales visits relatives in Peru.

His love for his heritage bleeds into his clothing line, Lucha Culture.

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Lettuce recall

04/22/18 9:54pm | By KIRSTEN DEAN

Students looking for romaine lettuce on campus last week were left disappointed.

On April 16, UB Campus Dining & Shops’ Dining Services released a statement saying it “was notified by [its] produce supplier of a recall on chopped romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona growing region.”

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Spring Gala ticket troubles

04/19/18 3:46am | By ERIK TINGUE

Students lined up to grab Spring Gala tickets as early as 7:30 a.m. Monday, despite tickets going on sale at 10 a.m. Some waited over four hours before tickets sold out by 3 p.m., but hundreds were left empty-handed.

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Different foods for different moods

04/12/18 4:13am | By DAN MCKEON

Going out to eat is always a good time, but choosing where to eat rarely is. Questions of “where do you want to eat?” are often answered with “I don’t know, where do you want to eat?,” endlessly shifting the responsibility of choosing a spot.

Lucky for you, The Spectrum is really getting into flowcharts. We got this handy one here to help you figure out where you want to eat — both on and off campus. The city is filled with foods to fit any palate, and they’re all just waiting for you to find them.

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