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Tuesday, July 05, 2022
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Letter To The Editor

I read Sung Moo Cho's op-ed in Wednesday's issue and, while I agree with the spirit of his argument, I think we need to go a step further.


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American

Since the tragedies of Sept. 11 there has been a storm of emotions, reactions, counter-reactions, retractions and ultimately the talk of war.


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Fall Fest Attracts Small But Devoted Monday Crowd

After compensating for what has become a familiar last-minute turn of events, Fall Fest drew a small but devoted following to Alumni Arena Monday night, giving those who postponed mid-term studies an energetic, nearly flawless show.Following the Sept.


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Athlete Profile

If you passed Emily Cox in a Knox hallway, you'd never guess she's a great goalkeeper. Her slender frame and pretty face would fool you at first glance, but if you ever come to RAC Field you'll see a fierce competitor.She currently has 61 saves for the Bulls, including a career-high 18 saves earlier this season against Boston University.


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Byrned to a Crisp

Well, Michael Jordan is making his second comeback to the NBA at the ripe old age of 38. His first game will be in Madison Square Garden against the Knicks.Does anyone think he can soil the Knicks' opener by pouring on 55 again this time?


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Marshall Downs Bowling Green In Barn-burner

Marshall 37, Bowling Green 31On the strength of a phenomenal passing day from quarterback Byron Leftwich, the Marshall Thundering Herd handed the Bowling Green Falcons their first loss in a true barn-burner Saturday.


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Skinnersville Lawsuit

This Monday, State Supreme Court Justice Peter Notaro denied a request for a preliminary injunction which would have halted the construction of UB's Skinnersville Road apartment complex.


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Studying America's Favorite Projectile

An attempt by a UB aerospace engineering professor to explain a basic concept may someday lead to a Bulls quarterback training with computer-analyzed passes.William Rae, a SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor at UB, is currently in the process of extracting data from wind-tunnel tests performed on one of Buffalo's most ubiquitous fall items: a football."I came to it by the back door," said Rae.


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Costly New Editions Render Used Textbooks Useless

Purchasing used textbooks, long a favored cost-cutting strategy of budget-conscious college students, may soon become an expensive memory.Industry trends are rendering used books quickly obsolete and new editions more expensive than ever before, and leaving students to absorb the mounting costs."The publishers' motives aren't always academic, they're financial," said Lewis Coburn, UB professor of mathematics.


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Injunction Denied

Construction on the Skinnersville Road student-housing complex will continue as scheduled, after a State Supreme Court Justice denied a motion Monday for a preliminary injunction.


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Spring Break Trips In The Works For Students

Students looking for fun in the sun this spring break will have to search no farther than the Student Union.Plans to offer at least two trips during UB's 2002 spring break are in the works by the Student Association, Sub Board I, Inc. and Schussmeisters Ski Club.


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Academic Freedom

The terrorist assault against the United States three weeks ago altered, perhaps irrevocably, the shape of public discourse across the nation.


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Kiss The Game Goodbye

First Jackson and now Jordan. The two kings of their respective arts are back.Michael Jordan has the basketball world up in arms with his recent announcement that he will return to the NBA.


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