With graduation just around the corner, those of us who are leaving UB cannot help but look back on what we have learned in our time here. If you are a continuing undergraduate who is unfortunate enough to be cornered by a particularly drunk almost-grad at a party, you will probably hear him yammer on and on about the friends he has made here and the great experiences he has had.
Here we go again. Another year, another Colonial Athletic Association basketball team dominating the NCAA Tournament. Wait, that doesn't sound right. The Rams of Virginia Commonwealth University are sitting in the Final Four after completing one of the most remarkable March Madness runs of recent memory.
Brandon Davies seems to have contracted the worst sexually transmitted disease ever: expulsion. Early yesterday morning, the news broke that Brigham Young University would be excusing Davies from the basketball team for a vaguely worded "violation of the school's conduct policy." The rumor mill started swirling.
With the clock to the Mid-American Conference tournament winding down, the men's basketball team seems to be in a rut. The Bulls (16-11, 7-7 MAC) traveled to Ohio to meet conference rival Akron (19-10, 9-5 MAC) on Saturday night.
Buffalo has been craving a championship for years, and recent developments have given the city hope that its thirst might finally be quenched. Everywhere you turn, there is a member of the Sabres faithful buzzing about how the team's new owner, Terry Pegula, is going to save the franchise.