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Dating as far back as 3200 B.C., skiing has interested people worldwide for centuries.
It's almost time to put away the pens and pencils and step into the holiday season, full of excessive eating, competitive shopping and elegant parties.
In 1949, Frank McNamara was eating at Major's Cabin Grill in New York City when the waiter presented him with the bill. After realizing that he had left his wallet in another suit, his wife paid for the meal. From that dinner on, McNamara promised himself that this would never happen again.
Since the start of the semester, the Zodiaque Dance Company has been practicing relentlessly to become as professional as possible.
This weekend, the small Cattaraugus County town of Ellicottville will transform into one of the largest fall festivals located in the Western New York region.
Painting the campus palette green, the Greener Shade of Blue and You Day was held this Tuesday in the Student Union. An array of Western New York businesses, from recycled mulch to solar technology, came in to show students how to become part of companies that will help the Earth and our future.