BRITTANY GORNY

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Free menstrual products now available in UB bathrooms
Free menstrual products are now available in 20 bathrooms, seven in the Student Union and 13 other gender-neutral bathrooms, across UB’s three campuses, as of June 1.
UB officially renames Kapoor Hall
 UB will remove John and Editha Kapoor’s names from their South Campus building, which will now be called the “Pharmacy Building.”  
Review committee to continue Greek life until fall
Social Greek life events remain suspended, affecting roughly 1,200 students, while the “Greek Life Advisory Committee” will work through the summer to determine its future at UB.
Staying connected
Clayton Connors said post-graduation can be especially tough. He had no idea what he wanted to do the summer after he graduated. Now, Connors works as assistant director for the regional programs for the Office of Alumni Engagement. 
Student Association nearly doubles some staff stipends for 2019-20
Student Association senators voted on staff stipends at their Friday meeting, nearly doubling at least 10 of their stipends.
UB religious leaders discuss unity and increased security following Poway attack
The Jewish community is focusing on strength and unity this week following the shooting at a the Chabad of Poway in California on Saturday. 
Student Association senate votes to increase stipends for e-board members next year
The Student Association senate voted to increase its executive board stipends to the highest in UB history after a tense, four-hour-long meeting Friday night. 
Michael Montoro elected as 2019-20 council student representative
Students elected Michael Montoro as the UB Council student representative for the 2019-20 academic year. Montoro will take office on July 1.
From Wall Street to eclipse chaser
Charles Fulco, who was once trading bonds on Wall Street, is now traveling the country to educate students on the astrological phenomena of total solar eclipses.
Hazing by numbers
UB professor Natesh Parashurama remembers being woken up in the middle of the night, blindfolded and forced to answer questions posed by brothers in Alpha Tau Omega, the MIT fraternity he was pledging and hoped to join.

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