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Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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Getting Caught Green Handed

Reduce, reuse, recycle. These three words are the classic combination for a green recipe sure to shed those nasty polluting pounds while exercising environmental awareness. With terms ranging from alternative energy sources to global warming, chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's) to composting, it can be overwhelming trying to digest all the pro-environment jargon.


Words of Wisdom from the Scientist to The Spectrum

Before this year's final Distinguished Speaker, world-renowned scientist J. Craig Venter, spoke at Alumni Arena, he took some time to share a few words with The Spectrum. Venter is recognized as one of the leading scientists of the 21st century through his tremendous contributions to the field of genomics.


Summer Days in the Queen City

Classes are over, the snow has melted, and the bulky coats have been put back into the closet. Several students will head back to wherever they came from, but many UB people will be stuck in the Queen City over the summer due to apartment leases, jobs or summer classes.


What Will UB Doing This Summer

School will be over shortly, but that doesn't mean the fun has to end. In fact, it's really just beginning. For students staying on campus or in the Buffalo area over the summer, or for Buffalo residents in general, the University at Buffalo has plenty of great things in store. Students are given the opportunity to take summer classes in a smaller, more intimate setting than what is offered during the regular school year.

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