Funk music blares from the Flag Room as Henry Chen spins effortlessly. With the entirety of his body weight balanced on one hand, it looks like he's performing an upside-down pirouette as he spins; the move he's practicing is called a 199.
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The smell of food brought long lines of hungry students to the Student Union Lobby last Friday in hopes of getting a free taste of international cuisine.
A big, ominous van pulls up right outside of Goodyear Hall on South Campus every night. Instead of avoiding eye contact with the driver, or passing it by, students gladly board the van one by one.
From the day he was born, David Dodge, a junior English major, has not been able to see out of his left eye. However, he's never let his disability stop him from achieving his goals and helping others.
Stress is the number one reported problem college students struggle with, according to the National College Health Assessment.
Kunz field echoed with the sound of students cheering as the Korean Student Association (KSA) dominated the International Soccer Tournament on Sunday, Oct. 16.
On Monday afternoons, the Flag Room transforms into a dance floor.
For students that were interested in changing up their Friday night routine, Late Night UB offered more than what alcohol might provide. Instead, students were given a fun atmosphere; alcohol, drug, and regret-free.
Last year, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported that 16.7 million Americans aged 12 or older used marijuana at least once in the month prior to being surveyed. Despite the frequent use of the drug, it remains a Schedule I illegal drug in America.
Most students come to college thinking that the parties will be like the ones they see in the movies.
On Wednesday, condom-shaped balloons floated around the Student Union, but not for the purpose of making students laugh.
The Center for the Arts will resound with the beats of Indian music next week at Muqabla 2010.