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Representatives from Brailsford & Dunlavey allowed students to voice their opinions on the future of the Student Union with stickers. They held an event early Wednesday to get feedback on ideas for the future renovations of the SU. Photo: The Spectrum
FEATURES

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.


UB students march on the Academic Spine of North Campus for UB’s LGBTQ Pride Parade on Wednesday. Students ended the march at the SU, where they continued with a pride festival. Photo: The Spectrum
FEATURES

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.


UB professor David Schirm enjoys a cheese and peanut butter cracker in his office. Schirm, a celebrated artist and tenured professor, is set to retire in 2020. Photo: The Spectrum
FEATURES

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.


OPINION

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.


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Representatives from Brailsford & Dunlavey allowed students to voice their opinions on the future of the Student Union with stickers. They held an event early Wednesday to get feedback on ideas for the future renovations of the SU. CIAN GONZALEZ Photo: The Spectrum
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Representatives from Brailsford & Dunlavey allowed students to voice their opinions on the future of the Student Union with stickers. They held an event early Wednesday to get feedback on ideas for the future renovations of the SU.

Students and faculty discuss ideas with contractors over the future plans for the Student Union. UB held an event early Wednesday to get feedback on ideas for the future renovations of the SU. CIAN GONZALEZ Photo: The Spectrum
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Students and faculty discuss ideas with contractors over the future plans for the Student Union. UB held an event early Wednesday to get feedback on ideas for the future renovations of the SU.

UB professor David Schirm enjoys a cheese and peanut butter cracker in his office. Schirm, a celebrated artist and tenured professor, is set to retire in 2020. CIAN GONZALEZ Photo: The Spectrum
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UB professor David Schirm enjoys a cheese and peanut butter cracker in his office. Schirm, a celebrated artist and tenured professor, is set to retire in 2020.

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