A men’s bathroom in UB’s Lockwood Memorial Library is home to a marker-drawn diagram demonstrating a stick figure’s inability to put his feet on the ground due to the height of the toilet. The drawing is captioned, “Lockwood toilets discriminate against short kings.”
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Atoms never fully disappear. Cemal Basaran, who works on thermodynamics and authored the 2020 textbook, “Introduction to Unified Mechanics Theory with Applications,” would know.
Kristin Stapleton moves around her office, pointing out the various musical instruments on her shelves. Each has a percussive wooden sound that rings through the room — and yet, the instruments often lay untouched as ornamental mementos.
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