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Tuesday, June 22, 2021
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What the Duck?

Flooring, shower curtains and binders are all recognizable items used at UB. What is not recognizable, however, is the poison plastic that is used to make these items. Polyvinyl chloride commonly known as PVC, is a poisonous plastic used regularly in nearly 100 everyday materials in many universities and households.


Final Saw Installment Brings Thrills

Movie: Saw 3D Release Date: Oct. 29 Grade: B+ Six years ago, audiences were first hit with Saw, an intensely thrilling and gory horror film that quickly became a hit with moviegoers and revolutionized the horror genre.


More Whiskey Please

The floors of HSBC Arena were covered in Natty Ice cans, Birkenstocks and Kan Jam discs on Tuesday night as fans waited in anticipation for the "bro-gods," the Dave Matthews Band. The Dave Matthews Band has a large base of both diehard fans as well as casual ones.


Punk Goes Horribly Wrong

Album: Punk Goes Pop Vol. 3 Label: Fearless Release Date: Nov. 2 Grade: D The Punk Goes? series has earned itself a reputation for putting out original and mostly well-received cover compilation albums.


The father returns

Album: Small Craft on a Milk Sea Artist: Brian Eno Label: Warp Records Release Date: Nov. 2 Grade: A Brian Eno, legendary producer of Coldplay, U2 and Talking Heads, has graced the Warp record label with a brand new solo outing entitled Small Craft on a Milk Sea. Excitement for the album will hit hardest for fans of the electronic/ambient genre that he helped create, and for good reason.


A week in ink: issue No. 8

Bruce Wayne ? The Long Road Home: Ra's al Ghul Ra's is, beyond a shadow of a doubt, one of the scariest and most powerful men alive in the DC universe.


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