Dr. Kah Kyung Cho can speak four languages and has scholastic experience in three countries across three continents, and he wants to change the nature of philosophical study at UB. Cho, a SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor of philosophy, started teaching at UB in 1970 and has been teaching undergraduate students ever since.
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It was a brisk Saturday morning as hundreds of students stood in anticipation - teams formed and were ready for a full day of kickball. This was the start of the fourth-annual Save Second Base kickball tournament, sponsored by the organization UB Colleges Against Cancer.
Most UB professors have narrow subjects of expertise. Damien Keane teaches Irish writing, transnational modernism and sound.
One amazing aspect of UB is the choice of dining places throughout the campus. Whether it's a sandwich, a roll of sushi, a burrito, or just a coffee - there's enough variety to not only never get tired of eating the same old foods day in, day out, but also satisfy whatever your taste buds are craving.
He leaped to bump the ball, only to realize his feet were buried in the quicksand-like floor. The swamp he was standing in caused him to lose his balance and fall face first - with a splash. He was covered from head to toe in wet, freezing, chunky, brown mud - and he loved it. He used a teammate's shirt to wipe the mud out of his eyes and was ready to play again.
The class begins and the students sit anxiously awaiting the guest speaker. The woman walks to the front of the room and starts to address the class. Her speech is littered with words that are rarely heard inside of a college classroom: pornography, orgasm, and fetish. No one in the crowd giggles or blushes; this is what they signed up for.