Radio and Tacos Unite in Endorsement JAKE KNOTT Staff Writer
Leather pants, a wall of booty shakers, energetic dance moves, and a group of UB students with musical talent that would impress even Lea Michele and Mark Salling.Moments before these performers took the stage, members of UB Glee put their hands together in a circle and shouted "one, two, three, Glee Rex!" as they waited backstage for the show to begin. Excitement filled the Student Union Theatre last Sunday as students of the UB Glee Club showed off months of hard work for their second concert of the semester called, "Throw Back
A woman walks into the mall, her heart intent on buying a new pair of stylish winter boots. The feeling of disappointment floods over her as she realizes that none of the latest styles fit around her calves. Valarie Gasiewicz has experienced this scenario more times than she cares to admit. But a year and a half ago, Gasiewicz made it her mission to find a solution to end this foot-fashion fiasco.
Sticky, dirty, brown sludge covers every inch of their visible skin. It clings to their bodies, coats their hair, and sticks to their practice uniforms. They are the women's rugby team, and they run like champions off the field after a practice in the mud, wearing the caked, smelly earth proudly. The UB women's rugby team is undefeated this year for the first time since 2008.