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Junior guard Cierra Dillard tries for a shot with a defender on her. Head coach Felisha Legette Jack has already stated her goal for the team is to make it to the Elite Eight.
Junior forward Jeremy Harris looks for the layup in heavy coverage. The men’s basketball team is looking to repeat its success from last season this year
The summer months call for competitive movie releases all fighting over who can be named “Movie of the Summer”. From long awaited sequels to low-budget independent films, the scheduled releases provide entertainment for all walks of life.
When a study exploring an expanded metro rail with service from downtown to UB’s North Campus was announced in March, members of the community were excited by the possibility. Now, some people are reconsidering supporting the expansion.
NFTA’s CRAM pass would offer students unlimited rides on Buffalo buses and the train. The pass would cost students $50 a semester, according to Martin Martineck, NFTA superintendent of communications and advertising.
Co-Managing Editor Dan McKeon catches a slice of pizza in this photo illustration. The pizza was not edited in.
Senior news editor Max Kalnitz looks out on Kenai Lake, part of the Kenai Peninsula on Alaska's southern coast.
Catch up on the top news from last school year and which stories to keep an eye out for when returning to campus this fall.
UB alum Mathew Schwartz speaks at last year’s TEDxBuffalo. The annual event takes place in October at Asbury Hall at Babeville, on Delaware Avenue downtown.
Newly elected SA president Gunnar Haberl stands outside the Student Union. As SA President, he hopes to raise awareness about mental health issues among college students and re-examine how the mandatory student activity fee is utilized for some of SA’s largest events.
Senior outfielder Leandra Jew waiting for the pitch at home plate. Under first-year head coach Mike Roberts, softball increased offensive stats across the board and nearly doubled its win total.
When he is not studying for a chemistry exam or volunteering in Honduras, Samuel Vespone, a 2018 graduate from UB, is producing and making music in his own bedroom. His bedroom is set up like a studio, which allows him to express his creativity with the instruments he knows how to play.
Legalized, recreational will be one of ongoing debates in New York State this fall. Governor Andrew Cuomo, who is seeking re-election, once called marijuana a “gateway drug” but is now looking at the issue from a softened perspective.
Roughly a dozen furry creatures will roam Buffalo’s first ever cat cafe. The cafe will be located just a few minutes from UB’s South Campus and feature an adjacent, full-service restaurant.
After students use their card on a reader, data is gathered by individual departments. Students who want their card access data have to contact each department and some departments choose not to release data to students.
Softball family members hold up cutouts of senior players. Laureen Jacobs (second from right) holds up her daughter and senior infielder Nicolette Jacobs’ image.