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Men's Hockey Hopes to Begin New Ice Age

After a disappointing season last year, the UB men's ice hockey team is looking to erase the past and create a new future in 2001-2002.As a club sport, the Thundering Herd competes in Division I of the American Collegiate Hockey Association, in the Central States Collegiate Hockey League.This season Buffalo has nowhere to go but up, having finished the 2000-2001 campaign with an 0-16 record in league play, and an overall record of 5-22.


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Campaign Promises Fulfilled?

Last March, "The Results" party, consisting of current Student Association President Christian Oliver, Vice President Joshua Korman, Treasurer Naazli Ahmed and New York State Student Assembly Delegates Jennifer Brace, Laszlo Kerekgyarto and John Haumesser, won SA's annual election in a clean sweep.


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Bulls 15 Minutes Short

I usually write stories about hockey, so I'm used to games lasting three periods. Still, it's disappointing when the football team goes by those guidelines as well.Buffalo played a great football game Saturday - for the first, second and fourth quarters.The Bulls played the heavily-favored RedHawks to a standstill in the first half, with the exception of two big plays; one on offense and one on defense.


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Letter To The Editor

Regarding your editorial in The Spectrum, I must say that it was reassuring to hear the voice of reason calling for patience and composure in light of the more recent tragedies our nation has suffered.


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Bulls Upset No.1 Marshall

On the force of two back-to-back goals by senior Bill Norberg, the men's soccer team orchestrated an enormous upset of the Marshall Thundering Herd Friday night, defeating them 3-2 in front of 75 freezing fans at RAC Field.Marshall came into the game in first place in the Mid-American Conference, and ranked 23rd in the nation."It was crazy, it was so intense," said Norberg.


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Weekend Scoreboard

UBFootballMiami (OH) 31, Buffalo 14Men's SoccerBuffalo 3, Marshall 2Women's SoccerBuffalo 2, Northern Illinois 1Buffalo 3, Western Michigan 1VolleyballBowling Green 3, Buffalo 2Sun.


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Letter To The Editor

I have just read "Resisting the Call to War," an opinion piece by Walter Simpson in Friday's Spectrum and have decided to speak out about the anti-war sentiment gripping many people in our area.


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Captain Stu Gives Sabres Last Minute Victory

Sabres captain Stu Barnes broke a 2-2 deadlock to score the winning goal with 57.1 seconds remaining in regulation time in Buffalo's 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators Saturday night at HSBC Arena.Barnes' goal was the result of some impressive work in front of the net by his linemates.


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"United in Resolve, Not Vengeance"

Since the Sept. 11 attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the American people have been waiting, wondering when the United States will strike back against the enemies who declared war on America that day.


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"Bulls Win Pair of Weekend Games, Rank First in MAC"

Game 1Pfeffer's game winner sparks Bulls victoryCo-captain Elizabeth Pfeffer scored the game-winning goal unassisted with 4:32 left to propel the Bulls to a 2-1 victory over the Northern Illinois Huskies.Pfeffer, with superior footwork, dribbled down the field pass several Huskie players and shot the uncontested shot to the far right post.


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Plans for Student Services Still on Track

Following the announcement last semester that plans to construct a free-standing student service building had been scrapped, administrators say an alternative plan to cluster the services on the bottom floor of the Undergraduate Library is on schedule.


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Tillitz Return Leads Redhawks to Victory

The Bulls had heard going into Saturday's game against Miami that RedHawk return man Eddie Tillitz was a game breaker, someone who can change the course of a game any time he gets his hands on the ball.


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UB Prof Captures Grief of a Nation on Film

On Sept. 22, UB professor Bruce Jackson hopped a plane to New York City to capture something many of the news cameras had missed: the public grief of an entire city, expressed on 8.5 x 11 sheets of paper, some with detailed information, some just photos of those missing."Every place there was a wall, there was a poster, or just a note sometimes," said Jackson, a Distinguished Professor of English and Samuel P.


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Management School Named

Forbes magazine furnished UB's School of Management with yet another reason to enlarge its MBA program, which the school saw increase in size by nearly 40 percent this fall.In a study to be released in its Oct.





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