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Infrastructure is a tricky thing.
Growing partisan political petrification in the United States has been accompanied by a growing social awareness. Women’s rights have been gaining slow but steady ground, the Supreme Court granted a constitutional right to gay marriage in June, and the “Black Lives Matter” movement, paired with nationwide unrest over racial discrimination, has brought racial issues into public conversation.
Amid the furor concerning University Heights and the student population, responsibility has to be shouldered. We have to be willing to make the changes necessary to ensure that debauchery and disturbances do not become the norm.
There’s roiling unrest in America, in case you’ve been living under a rock. Dissatisfaction with our government and society has hit an all time high, yet the existing power structures seem intent on perpetuating the status quo. Enter the two wild cards: Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. While the former has become a media darling thanks to his sound-bitable rhetoric and aggressive nature, the same media shuns Sanders to a profound level.
As yet another presidential election draws nearer, the inevitable spat of hot-button topics sprouts anew. Chief among them remains the great illegal immigrant debate: what to do about our rather porous border with Mexico and the millions of Mexicans who have come to our country illegally?
This year's Fall Fest will see some strong acts take the stage. Big Sean, Tink and Jeremih are fantastic performers who are sure to draw a large crowd. Yet there is some disappointment that for the fourth year running, Fall Fest is relying on hip-hop for its genre of choice.
UB’s newly announced Communities of Excellence, a new research-based initiative designed to address “pressing societal problems” facing the world, will bring together faculty members from nearly every department in an attempt to utilize interdisciplinary research across campus
Across New York, the dead are coming back to life.
New college graduates should feel that their opportunities are endless, with expanded career options and a plethora of choices at their fingertips – not burdened by thousands of dollars of loans to pay off.
With no first round pick and a busy offseason of trading and acquiring free agents, the NFL draft was destined to be a bit dull for the Buffalo Bills.
Given Robert E. Eloff’s history of abusive and violent behavior while on the job as a law enforcement officer, the recent federal charges he’s facing aren’t exactly surprising.
As Buffalo continues to attract an influx of college graduates looking for work and establish itself as a location for incoming industries downtown, the importance of small businesses to the economy cannot be overlooked.
UB’s football team is just starting to find its footing, as the program has managed to string together several seasons of improved play and increased ticket sales.
The initial phase of a four-part, $314,000 branding initiative at UB just came to a close – but somehow, even though branding is entirely focused on image and publicity, not many students are aware of the process.
Laundry tends to be a consistently annoying chore – especially for students living in a shared space – and despite the efforts of Campus Living, a new mobile app and swipe system has done nothing but move the irritation online.
It’s hard to argue against the expansion of public transportation – especially in Buffalo, where the need for improved infrastructure and alternative forms of transit is clearly established.
A renewed focus on Buffalo’s efforts toward environmental responsibility has made it clear that while the city has made definitive progress in reducing its impact on the environment, there’s still a long way to go.
As the Oscar A. Silverman Library undergoes extensive renovations to bring UB students a state-of-the-art study space with updated amenities, public libraries in New York City can barely keep toilets from overflowing.
The best place for Shannon Evans is in Buffalo.
With constant bickering, resignations and terminations in recent years, the Buffalo School Board has seemed ineffective at best.