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Toledo Finally Ranked in AP Top 25

Toledo 52, Central Michigan 28Toledo Rockets running back Chester Taylor broke a school record, scoring five touchdowns against the Central Michigan Chippewas in Toledo's 52-28 victory Saturday.


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Feet First

"Perhaps the thorniest problem facing any young man is finding a woman in the first place. It turns out to be nearly impossible."- Crow T.


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"One Up, One Down For Women's Soccer"

Bulls Fall to ToledoJunior standout Andrea Sullivan provided the lone goal for the UB women's soccer team as they yielded a 2-1 loss to the Toledo Rockets at home Friday night.


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Letter to the Editor

The article "Sikh Religion and Culture" by Nirmal K. Singh, was much awaited in view of the recent cases of mistaken identity and hence hate crimes against Sikhs in America.


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Three times a week for the past 50 years, worn, read Spectrums have papered the university's lecture halls after giving students something to read during Dr. Boring's painful lecture.


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Local Resident Sues UB

UB will resume groundwork today on the Skinnersville Road apartment complex after a State Supreme Court justice Tuesday lifted his temporary restraining order, which had halted construction.


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Second Half Explosion Propels Bulls to Victory

The Bulls rode a title wave of offensive power to a 34-20 victory over the University of Connecticut Huskies Saturday afternoon before a sell-out crowd of 16,517 at UConn's Memorial Stadium.Senior quarterback Joe Freedy and sophomore running back Marquis Dwarte put up big numbers as the Bulls scored 34 unanswered second-half points on their way to their first win on the road since 1998, a streak that spanned 18 games."Its nice to actually have a bus ride home where people are smiling," senior offensive lineman Tim Hedges said.Freedy, who was challenged by Randall Secky for the starting job in practice last week, went 20 for 36 for 218 yards and one touchdown.


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How May I Help You?

It happens every Sunday. Thousands of people spring awake at the crack of dawn in Buffalo and its surrounding suburbs, fastening bathrobes, flipping on percolators, and swinging wide the door, reaching down only to see ...Cement.


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Campus Fire Report

At about 10 a.m. Thursday, students in the Governors Residence Halls were forced out of their rooms by a fire alarm when a truck parked near the complex caught on fire.The fire began when the truck's motor ignited while in use.


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Fort Niagara Dig Brings Learning Outside Walls

While many students endured monotonous jobs this past summer, a group of UB students and professors had the opportunity to unearth relics at a site nearly 230 years old as part of an ongoing summer program at Old Fort Niagara.Nineteen UB undergraduates and four graduate students took part in the continuation of the work of Doc Knight, former director of archaeology at Old Fort Niagara, as they dug through the walls.


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Lee Road Construction

The opening of UB's three undergraduate apartment complexes has laid the foundation for a year-round, university-based community.


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Letter to the Editor

The university has received numerous complaints from residents living in University Heights about drinking, loud noise, illegal parking and trash coming from parties hosted by UB students.


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"Linda Yalem Race Draws Runners, Volunteers to UB"

The 11th annual Linda Yalem Memorial Race, held in honor of a UB student raped and murdered on the Ellicott bike path, took place Sunday at 10 a.m., beginning and ending at Alumni Arena.The race began with a moment of silence for the victims of the recent terrorist attacks, deaths equally as senseless as Yalem's."I think it is important to remember things like this happen and to keep them from happening again and to always remember Linda.


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Buffalo Casino

Apparently, the city of Buffalo has nothing left to lose. That's the message Buffalo Mayor Anthony Masiello is expressing with his massive downtown redevelopment project centered on the construction of a casino with the Seneca nation.



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