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Thursday, September 16, 2021
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Sarah Bienstock, UB psychology major, photographed with two of her tattoos. The columns represent the lives of Jewish children cut short in the Holocaust and underneath is the Hebrew word “Zachor” or “remember.” Photo: Courtesy of Sarah Bienstock
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UB Ink: A student's tattoo story

Sarah Bienstock represents her vulnerable side in the artwork on her arms, back, legs and ribs.  Every drawing has a secret meaning that reminds her of the chapters of her life. 


The Center for the Arts hall is filled with natural light and lots of seating, making this campus location one of the best places to have some healthy alone time during lunch.  Photo: The Spectrum
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Eating in peace

If your lunch break is necessary “me time,” then you probably have searched campus for the perfect place to relax and eat your lunch uninterrupted.It doesn’t mean you’re unhappy and it doesn’t mean you don’t like people –– you just like your alone time in the midst of a busy work day. Luckily, The Spectrumcompiled a list of the six best places for some peaceful alone time on campus.


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