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$2 per student per semester. What is that, one beer at The Steer? Almost the amount required for one ticket to see the latest Ben Affleck film? Somehow, the Student Association Senate found this amount to be so prohibitive as to force them to deny students the opportunity to vote on raising The Spectrum subscription fee by $4. Their approval of the proposal would not raise the fee, merely allow UB's undergraduate population the option of choosing to do so themselves.
"Parting is all we know of heaven, and all we need of hell."
"[Democrats] can't get elected unless things get worse - and things won't get worse unless they get elected,"
"I am Clin-ton. As overlord, all will kneel trembling before me and obey my brutal commands."
During former President Bill Clinton's eight years in office, either he guided the United States into an unprecedented age of economic expansion and international stability in spite of an unfair, illegitimate and partisan attempt to oust him from office, or ...
Last week's Career Fest 2002 was not a hot bed of the smiles and handshakes of twenty-somethings landing their first "real" jobs, but rather characterized by strong negative emotions of pity, loathing and contempt. A large percentage of students, mostly liberal arts majors, mentally hurled roiling waves of contempt at lines of technical, medical and business majors who enjoyed high demands for their skills while they toiled for the crumbs of leftovers.
In response to a critical examination of UB and its policies published this week in Generation magazine, UB announced yesterday sweeping, fundamental changes to the very structure of the university. The article, entitled "An Open Letter to Change," reprinted in this Thursday's New York Times, clearly, concisely and with few spelling or grammatical errors illustrated fundamental flaws with the priorities pursued by the current administration and remedies to be implemented.
". it could have spewed from the Power Book of the laziest Hollywood hack."
"Why ya'll going up there?"
"But if we change the Constitution ... "
For the class of 2002, nails may be nubs by the time commencement rolls around.
"You will never find the more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious."
"AMERICA IS EXTREMELY NAUGHTY"
"I'm going home and putting a gun in my mouth."
"What you do is as important as anything government does." - President George W. Bush
"They are like their own beer: froth on top, dregs at the bottom, the middle excellent." - Voltaire, referring to the British
"Having a child is surely the most beautifully irrational act that two people in love can commit." - Bill Cosby
"According to Marx the stages of history are canabalism, slavery, fuedalism, capitalism, and back to canabalism. These are the moods of production."
"What we do in life, echoes for an eternity." - Maximus Decimus Meridus, "Gladiator"