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Halloween and tattoo culture go hand in hand. This is why so many tattoo artists are willing to offer flash art sales during the Halloween season. The Spectrum compiled a list of all the artists offering flash specials. CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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Halloween and tattoo culture go hand in hand. This is why so many tattoo artists are willing to offer flash art sales during the Halloween season. The Spectrum compiled a list of all the artists offering flash specials.

UB’s radio tower, adjacent to the Millersport Highway, stands over 400-feet high. The tower hosts six tenants from around Western New York, including WNED/WBFO, Verizon and Transwave Communications Systems. CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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UB’s radio tower, adjacent to the Millersport Highway, stands over 400-feet high. The tower hosts six tenants from around Western New York, including WNED/WBFO, Verizon and Transwave Communications Systems.

UB’s radio tower, adjacent to the Millersport Highway, stands over 400-feet high. The tower hosts six tenants from around Western New York, including WNED/WBFO, Verizon and Transwave Communications Systems. CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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UB’s radio tower, adjacent to the Millersport Highway, stands over 400-feet high. The tower hosts six tenants from around Western New York, including WNED/WBFO, Verizon and Transwave Communications Systems.

UB’s new safety app, UB Guardian, uses call and chat communication, along with a GPS-based location system which students can use to send their locations to friends and family. CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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UB’s new safety app, UB Guardian, uses call and chat communication, along with a GPS-based location system which students can use to send their locations to friends and family.

UB’s radio tower, adjacent to the Millersport Highway, stands over 400-feet high. The tower hosts six tenants from around Western New York, including WNED/WBFO, Verizon and Transwave Communications Systems. CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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UB’s radio tower, adjacent to the Millersport Highway, stands over 400-feet high. The tower hosts six tenants from around Western New York, including WNED/WBFO, Verizon and Transwave Communications Systems.

UB’s radio tower, adjacent to the Millersport Highway, stands over 400-feet high. The tower hosts six tenants from around Western New York, including WNED/WBFO, Verizon and Transwave Communications Systems. CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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UB’s radio tower, adjacent to the Millersport Highway, stands over 400-feet high. The tower hosts six tenants from around Western New York, including WNED/WBFO, Verizon and Transwave Communications Systems.

Students wait in line at the Anderson’s Frozen Custard tent Friday during SA’s first ever Fall Food Fest. Students enjoyed local food, a beer tent and a battle of the bands during the event.  CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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Students wait in line at the Anderson’s Frozen Custard tent Friday during SA’s first ever Fall Food Fest. Students enjoyed local food, a beer tent and a battle of the bands during the event. 

Students voting in SA’s annual Senate elections and bi-annual referendum. The referendum asks students whether they want to keep the Mandatory Student Activity Fee mandatory, and if they support a $4.75 fee increase. CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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Students voting in SA’s annual Senate elections and bi-annual referendum. The referendum asks students whether they want to keep the Mandatory Student Activity Fee mandatory, and if they support a $4.75 fee increase.

University Police have received an increase in reports of on-campus religious solicitation in the past week. Despite claims by student club social media accounts that some on-campus religious solicitation is a sex trafficking ploy, UPD said New York State Police investigated the matters in April and found no such activity. CHI MEREMETOH Photo: The Spectrum
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University Police have received an increase in reports of on-campus religious solicitation in the past week. Despite claims by student club social media accounts that some on-campus religious solicitation is a sex trafficking ploy, UPD said New York State Police investigated the matters in April and found no such activity.

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