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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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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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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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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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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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A Cursed Womb and the Ultimate Evil

Motherhood. A state considered by all to be the most sacred of the female being. The word alone carries so many implications, such as infinite patience and understanding, comfort, nurturing and most of all, unconditional love.


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Letter to the Editor

I am writing in reply to Myles Skinner's letter in Friday's issue of The Spectrum. In this letter, he condemns the illegal copying of games being done by some of my fellow students.


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Bulls Drop Heartbreaker to Bowling Green

After dropping their last two games, the UB Bulls men's soccer team was looking to rebound against a difficult opponent, the Bowling Green Falcons, Sunday afternoon in a Mid-American Conference game at RAC Field.


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Chippewas Run Through Bulls 16-8

By MATT ALBERTSports EditorAn object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.The Bulls learned this elementary law of physics the hard way Saturday night during their 16-8 loss to the Western Michigan Chippewas at UB Stadium.


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Who's Who and What Do They Do?

William R. Greiner, UB's 13th president, has been in office for ten years, following his appointment to the position in September of 1991 by the SUNY Board of Trustees.


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bin Laden

A courageous act is taking a stand based on a strongly held principle against difficult odds and a willingness to bear the cost.





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