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Puzzling Pathways: Students concerned with UB general education topics

2 hours ago | By BENJAMIN BLANCHET

Some students see an arbitrary connection of Pathway courses to their assigned topic. Computer science students taking this year’s Understanding Racism topic can take courses like “Introduction to Machine Learning” to fulfill major requirements. Instead of taking “Queer Theory,” biomedical engineering students can take “Biomedical Instrumentation” toward the Social Problems and Social Policies Pathway.


Jewish students find a second home at the Chabad House

09/04/13 12:00am | By KEREN BARUCH , KEREN BARUCH

The strut through college

07/01/13 12:00am | By KEREN BARUCH , KEREN BARUCH

Student Spotlight: Anna Heintzman

07/01/13 12:00am | By JOE KONZE JR , JOE KONZE JR

Something for everyone

07/01/13 12:00am | By ALYSSA MCCLURE

In a single walk down Delaware Avenue this July, participants of the Taste of Buffalo will inhale the tantalizing smell of steaming, saucy chicken wings, chow down on a beef on weck sandwich and be tempted by delicacies like chocolate-dipped cheesecake and strawberries. The Taste of Buffalo is a two-day festival of food that hosts restaurants from all over the Western New York area.


Gettin' muddy with it

04/28/13 12:00am

Seven and a Half White Men struggled to march out of the knee-deep mud pit. Their faces were barely visible through the layers of caked-on mud from seven hours of grueling and demanding volleyball.

For the third year in a row, the eight players were victorious.

The 29th-annual Oozefest tournament took place on Saturday in the mud pit behind the South Lake Apartment Complex.


Three days of debate

04/28/13 12:00am | By ANDREA SAADAN , ANDREA SAADAN

Hope for Boston

04/28/13 12:00am | By ANDREA SAADAN , ANDREA SAADAN

Going green: one bike at a time

04/25/13 12:00am | By ALYSSA MCCLURE

UB is the first university to use GPS tracking technology for students to come together as a biking community. BikeShare at UB offers students, faculty and staff the option of renting bicycles instead of bringing their own to campus.


Nothing in excess


Primed for success

04/18/13 12:00am | By ALYSSA MCCLURE

Nigel Michki, a freshman computational physics major, and three other freshmen hope to change the face of bilingualism through primers - short guides or overviews to a subject or field - written as part of their self-started Primer Project.