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Students often struggle to find cute and creative gifts that won’t break the bank. But don’t fret, we compiled a holiday gift guide with cost-efficient, thoughtful and non-denominational gifts that show loved ones how much they are appreciated and won’t ‘sleigh’ your bank account.
Note: This column contains sensitive content about eating disorders which may be triggering for some readers.
Audience members shielded their eyes as they were blinded by the same light 1960s rock band the Four Seasons experienced at its sold-out shows.
It’s only November, but “Barefoot Longboard Guy” Matthew Romanyk has to wear shoes again.
While Americans watched the umpteenth Democratic debate, a monumental faceoff was happening just a few miles north of Buffalo.
A Natural Sciences Complex classroom is packed for a Cases in Civil Liberties class with professor Shawn Donahue, who’s presenting his 17th slide on Allied Structural Steel Company v. Spannaus.
Fall Fest was Verzache’s first time performing for a live crowd. Ever.
The Bulls (2-4, 0-2 MAC) lost in overtime against the Ohio University Bobcats (2-3) in their opponent’s first conference matchup Saturday. The Bobcats, coming off of a three-game losing streak, put their losses behind them and capitalized on Buffalo’s inability to produce throughout the game.
SHAED hasn’t quite hit household-name recognition yet, but that may not last much longer. The D.C.-based electro-pop group’s new single, “Trampoline,” overtook Billie Eilish’s “Bury a Friend” for the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Alternative Radio chart this summer.
UB proudly claims to be the best SUNY school as far as dining options.