CIAN GONZALEZ

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Five things to take up after college
Congratulations, fellow seniors. After four years or more of trials and tribulations, your UB degree is just around the corner.
Students should know more about on-campus renovations
UB’s development partner, Brailsford & Dunlavey, came to the Student Union Wednesday to ask passing students what they would like to see in a future SU. This allowed not only Student Association members and faculty to give their input. We need more of this.
Contractors ask for student input on future Student Union
The Student Union is undergoing a transformation that may include new lounge spaces and outdoor areas after this semester. The building’s future design was up for debate Wednesday in the SU lobby, as students gave feedback to an outside development advisory firm. Representatives from Brailsford & Dunlavey, who are tasked with the Student Union Master Plan, stood by the main entrance with posters set up to showcase their ideas. The master plan will dictate students’ future use of SU and South Campus’ Harriman Hall.
A celebration of sexuality
A University Police car decorated in rainbow colors drove proudly around North Campus Wednesday afternoon.  It marked UB’s first ever LGBTQ Pride Parade.
Art professor paints life story
The image of a fractured iceberg in a sea of blood leans on an office wall in the Center for the Arts. The piece,“End of Days,” symbolizes the ice caps melting under man-made forces causing environmental destruction.
Black Explosion 3067 embodies earth’s elements
Models wearing gleaming red dresses and orange attire shined in the Black Student Union’s 51st annual Black Explosion fashion show Saturday night. 
My reflections after safe zone training
As I walked through the Student Union on a weekday, I noticed a colorful flyer posted on one of the bulletin boards. The small piece of paper most likely would never have caught my attention had it not displayed the rainbow flag, a symbol for LGBTQ pride around the world.
UP holds chief of police search forum
The University Police Department is gathering input from faculty members for what qualities they would like to see in a new chief of police. 

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