Russell Cicerone takes a shot on goal. Cicerone graduated UB with 42 goals scored and now plays professionally for Saint Louis FC.
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Senior Video Editor Allison Staebell
Senior Sports Editor Michael Akelson (left), Assistant Sports Editor Thomas Zafonte (middle) and Assistant Sports Editor Daniel Petruccelli (right)
Assistant Creative Director Martina LaVallo (top) and Creative Director Pierce Strudler (bottom)
Advertising Staff from left to right: Parth Bhatia, Ayesha Kazi, Priyanshi Soni, Helene Polley, Justine Laniado, Arnold Rodriguez and Aeliya Rashid.
Assistant Photo Editor Troy Wachala (left), Senior Photo Editor Kainan Guo (middle) and Photo Editor Angela Barca (right)
Senior Features Editor Sarah Crowley (left) and Assistant Features Editor Lindsay Gilder (right)
Copy Editors Saqib Hossain (left), Margaret Wilhelm (middle), Emma Medina (right) and Grace Trimper (missing from photo)
Managing Editor Tori Roseman (top) and Editor in Chief Gabriela Julia (bottom)
Assistant Arts Editor Benjamin Blanchet (left), Arts Editor David Tunis-Garcia (middle) and Senior Arts Editor Max Kalnitz (right)
Jordan Johnson jukes out an Albany defender. Johnson signed as an undrafted free agent with the Buffalo Bills.
Frank Mesiah and Madeline O’Scott stand outside Baird Hall. The two, part of the NAACP Buffalo branch in 2015, asked Erie County lawmakers to resist further buildings named after Millard Fillmore.
UB men's swimming and diving team practices. Donors and alumni of the team are attempting to save the team from being cut.
UB psychology professor Dr. Katharina Azim discusses microaggressions and the mischaracterization of Muslims in the media.
Qasim Rashid, a civil rights attorney, former Harvard University Fellow of Islamic Studies and Amazon bestselling author, spoke at UB Tuesday evening about the misconceptions of Islam.
UB dentistry professor Otham Shibly (wearing red tie) and UB students shout at Robert Spencer (right) during his speech. asYoung Americans for Freedom (sitting in bottom two rows) invited Spencer to UB. Muslim students feel Spencer promotes hate speech and stigmatizes Muslims. Spencer called the crowd “uninformed fascists” as the audience shouted over him and prevented him from speaking.
Akram Shibly, a UB alumnus, asks Robert Spencer questions.
UB dentistry professor Otham Shibly (right) speaks to the crowd. A member of UB College Republicans (left) who refused to give his name, took photos Shibly as he walked by. Other members of UB College Republicans sat quiet and on their phones for the majority of Spencer's speech.