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Last year, the women's basketball team looked primed for a huge season. With guard Stephanie Reid, Buffalo had its most successful season in program history going 29-6. With a strong group of juniors and seniors, the talented team led UB to its first Sweet Sixteen appearance.
When former athletic director Danny White fired long-time men’s basketball coach Reggie Witherspoon, it felt like a gut-punch to a program that was on the verge of being a consistent Mid-American Conference power.
For most high schoolers, the idea of having to share a room with someone can be daunting. For Nick Perkins, having just one roommate is a relief.
Cierra Dillard remembers watching LeBron James when she was young and being stunned. She saw not only the best player on the court, but one that made the whole team look good. She saw a player who didn’t just drop 30 points, but also threatened a double-double with either assists or rebounds.
Nate Oats has gone from high school head coach, to assistant coach of Buffalo, to the 2018 Mid-American Conference coach of the year. Oats has seen players from Blake Hamilton to Wes Clark play for his team but has a mostly familiar group for this season.
November reminds people to be thankful for everything around us, even if that includes all the poorly-made, pre-Christmas season films that are released throughout the month.
Felisha Legette-Jack has been a part of New York Division I basketball since 1984. From starting at Syracuse to now being head coach at UB, Legette-Jack’s experience has brought the program to NCAA-Tournament heights in her six seasons at Buffalo.
The Bulls were down 84-81 with 15 seconds remaining. It was obvious who was going to take the game-tying shot.
Our polling places didn’t hand out “I voted” stickers on Tuesday, but our generation still made a difference.
UB President Tripathi thinks every student should take a computer science or statistics course before they graduate, he said after chuckling.
Despite criticism over the summer from a state Supreme Court judge who ruled against the university in a lawsuit, UB has not changed its Student-Wide Judiciary policy to allow students the right to a representative, and its director said there will be no further changes to the office’s policies in the foreseeable future.
The victim of the Nov. 1 hit-and-run collision is in stable condition as of Wednesday, according to UB spokesperson David Hill.
Republicans and Democrats will split control of Congress next year, as Republicans expanded their control of the Senate, while Democrats won enough GOP-held seats to retake control of the House.
In his Presidential farewell address, George Washington warned the country about the dangers of political parties. In his opinion, the “alternate domination” of one party over the other –– and the coinciding efforts to exact revenge upon party opponents –– can lead to “frightful despotism.”
Oct. 25 marked the beginning of NATO’s Trident Juncture (TRJE18) military exercise in Norway.
A recent opinion piece published by The Spectrum expressed that UB professors make students uncomfortable when they bring up their political opinions in the classroom because some students inevitably disagree with those views and fear retribution if they speak out. The columnist asserted that because of this, professors should keep their political beliefs out of the classroom. The fear of retribution from professors is ridiculous and the idea that professors should just “shut up and teach,” as is heavily suggested by the piece, is an insult to the ideals of a free and open democratic society.
The Bulls have a vital match-up Thursday against the Akron Zips in the final home game of the regular season.
Andy Hull knew change was on its way.