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Wednesday, August 17, 2022
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Best Shopping

Best Bike Shop Located at 55 Allen St. between Delaware Avenue and Main Street, Rick's Cycle Shop has over 500 new and used bicycles for sale.


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Best Nightlife

Best Club Found beneath the towering and historic Dun Building on the corner of Pearl Street and W.


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Passion is money

On Wednesday night, top employees from different local companies shared experiences and input on how to earn money after college at the "Show Me the Money" seminar. One of the first things on a graduate's mind is making a lot of money and paying off debt accumulated from college.


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Don't Jump!

The pressure of finding a job after graduating often brings students to the edge of the proverbial cliff. During his third "Don't Jump!


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Show me the money

Negotiating salary and benefits when landing a full-time job can be a daunting task. Wednesday at 4 p.m., various industry professionals will speak to UB students about various salary negotiating strategies and show them the proper tools for the start of successful careers. A panel of experts will expose the techniques that are vital in obtaining the best offer possible when landing a job. Joe Kuchera, a human resources representative from Unifrax, Michelle Plesh, a human resources representative from Goodyear Dunlop, Susan Stamp, the V.P.


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Tea Time with Mortenson

Greg Mortenson, a philanthropist, world-renowned author and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, will enlighten the Western New York Community about his quest to change and impact the lives of children in Middle-Eastern countries Wednesday night at Alumni Arena. The co-author of Three Cups of Tea, a New York Times best-selling novel and the 2010 UB Reads selection, has been striving to promote peace through books while bringing both education and hope to communities.


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Faces of Deception

Don't try telling this professor that the dog ate your homework. Dr. Mark Frank, a professor in the communication department, has been analyzing lies and nonverbal communication for most of his life.


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Crawl to a Free Tuition

What if UB offered an opportunity for a student to win up to $13,000 this weekend? Would that be something you're interested in? UB Fall Crawl: Last Bull Standing gives students the chance to win a semester of tuition, a semester of books, two Lady GaGa tickets, pizza for a semester, and $100 in campus cash. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to participate.


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Dancing For A Cause

Students were dancing until dawn to raise funds for the Pennies for Peace organization on Friday night in the Student Union. Free prizes, raffles, cotton candy, popcorn, a kick-line, and dancing occupied the SU lobby on Friday night as students crowded for the fourth annual Stay-Up UB fundraiser. "It is an opportunity for students to give back [to the community] and participate in a philanthropic event, while building UB pride and a new tradition," said Terri Budek, the community engagement coordinator for the Center for Student Leadership & Community Engagement. The dance-marathon fundraiser displayed the heart of UB pride.


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Jumpstarting a Career

College graduates may feel like they're standing on a ledge after graduating. The inevitable post-college job search can often leave students feeling hopeless. Drew Kerr will be holding his third "Don't Jump!


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Tough to Swallow

Stevie Starr, famous for swallowing and regurgitating unusual items, will be performing a free show at UB this Saturday at 7 p.m.


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An Indian affair

The Center for the Arts will resound with the beats of Indian music next week at Muqabla 2010. The Indian Student Association (ISA) is hosting its 16th annual dance competition on Nov.



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