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Wednesday, August 17, 2022
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UB alum Dan Gardner came to speak to management and art students on Thursday about his success beyond his undergraduate years and how his limitless creativity ultimately led to a career as a graphic designer and entrepreneur. Jordan Oscar, The Spectrum
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Dan Gardner: Revisiting fantasy land

UB alum Dan Gardner came to speak to management and art students on Thursday about his success beyond his undergraduate years and how his limitless creativity ultimately led to a career as a graphic designer and entrepreneur.


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Learning to feel again

Spectrum file photo When I started the semester, I thought that having two part time jobs and being a full time student would be the biggest stressors in my life.


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Learning to feel again

When I started the semester, I thought that having two part time jobs and being a full time student would be the biggest stressors in my life.


Colin Mochrie (above) and Brad Sherwood performed at UB Friday. The Spectrum had the opportunity to speak with them.
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The Spectrum sits down with Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood

Before they took the stage at the Center for the Arts Friday night, “Whose Line is it Anyway?” stars Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood sat down with The Spectrum. The two-man improv group talked about advice they’d give college students, why they like improv over standup and what it’s like being on tour.


“Whose Line is it Anyway?” comedians, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, performed a two-man improv show Friday night at the CFA.
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Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood: Two become one

?Whose Line is it Anyway?? comedians, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, performed a two-man improv show Friday night at the CFA. Jeff Scott, The Spectrum Comedians Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood tiptoed blindly through a minefield of 100 mousetraps ? trying to avoid the traps ? and one another ? during the comedic, self-mutilating battle. What started as a comedy skit quickly turned into mischief, as the comedians broke the rules of their own game, sneakily slipping off their blindfolds and hurling the active traps at each other. The ?Whose Line Is It Anyway?? stars performed at UB?s Center for the Arts as a two-man improv group Friday night.


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Daniel Lampke, once a UB student, was labeled a Level 2 sex offender. His status has made it impossible for him to remain enrolled in college. 

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