Corey Klino

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UB women’s soccer season preview
Just two years removed from a Mid-American Conference Championship, UB women’s soccer faces a unique dilemma. Following the graduation of All-MAC first-teamers Jackie Hall and Kassidy Kidd, Buffalo remains talented and experienced, but in search of new leadership on the field. 
Some medical students are choosing to stay in Buffalo
Forty-five students out of 143 in the current graduate class of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences will begin residency training in Buffalo after graduating, according to The Buffalo News.
UB baseball's Bobby Sheppard leaves it all on the field
Sheppard is hoping to be the spark plug for a turnaround for the team. Despite a slow start to MAC play that has left Buffalo in last place in the MAC East Division, the team is now headed toward the most important part of their schedule.
‘Leviathan Wakes’ review: Break on through the doorway to our future
The overarching plot highlights a girl named Julie Mao working for the Outer Planets Alliance. She stumbles onto something she probably wishes she hadn’t on board a high-tech stealth ship. This prologue chapter from Mao’s perspective lays out the foundations of a mystery that remains just out of the readers reach until the last page is read.
New UB initiative aims to ‘green’ The Commons
The UB Professional Staff Senate approved the “Greening The Commons” initiative in November, which works to eliminate the harmful effects of using polystyrene in food containers as well as the lack of recycling practices in The Commons, said Domenic Licata, chair of the Professional Staff Senate.