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Tuesday, January 26, 2021
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MAX KALNITZ


Graham Hammill (front center), vice provost for Graduate Education and dean of the Graduate School, sits among other UB administrators as Living Stipend movement members protest behind him.
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Living Stipend Movement crowds UB Council meeting

Graduate students held signs reading “UB works because we do” and chanted with clenched fists as the UB Council conducted its Monday meeting in Capen Hall’s Buffalo Room. Roughly 100 TAs, faculty, graduate students and Ph.D. students attended the meeting to voice concerns about the university’s choice to not increase graduate student stipends. 


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Arrest made in hit-and-run collision at Hadley Village

University police made an arrest in the Nov. 1 hit-and-run collision Friday, roughly two weeks after the driver sent a 20-year-old student to the hospital in critical condition.  UPD arrested Hannah Christensen, 20, a student from Clifton Park, New York, who lives in an off-campus apartment in Buffalo, according to a UPD press release. Christensen has been charged with leaving the scene of a serious injury accident without reporting, a class E felony.


Ajay Singh pictured with his wife and child. Colleagues and students remember researcher who unexpectedly died on Oct. 20. 
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Remembering Ajay Singh

If you ask one of Ajay Singh’s colleagues about their fondest memory of the researcher, his infectious smile and laugh are the first things that come to mind. 


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Elton John roused the KeyBank Center on Saturday night, performing a massive set of both hits and deep tracks. John began his current “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour on September 8, and will take the show across the globe over three years. MAX KALNITZ Photo: The Spectrum
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Elton John roused the KeyBank Center on Saturday night, performing a massive set of both hits and deep tracks. John began his current “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour on September 8, and will take the show across the globe over three years.

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The Student Union will be open 24/7 for the first time ever starting on Monday, providing students with another location to study, congregate and take the occasional nap.

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Senior news editor Max Kalnitz looks out on Kenai Lake, part of the Kenai Peninsula on Alaska's southern coast.

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After the announcement of the “Boldly Buffalo” campaign Monday, students shared their feelings about the largest fundraiser in UB and SUNY history.

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President Tripathi addresses the crowd in the Student Union lobby. Tripathi announced the university's most ambitious fundraising campaign in SUNY history on Monday.

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Former UB Professor Kushal Bhardwaj was honored as Erie County Educator of the Month in February. The popular instructor's appointment at UB ended Jan. 10 after nine years at the university. UB will not comment on the circumstances surrounding his removal.

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The members of UB club women’s lacrosse’s e-board presenting at SA Senate’s meeting Friday evening. They are defending their argument that the team shouldn’t have been placed on probation and their budget shouldn’t have been taken away from them.

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Guitarist Trevor Rabin taking a solo during a song. Saturday night rock icons Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman rocked the Seneca Niagara Casino, playing songs from their vast catalogue. 

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Senior dance major Maggie Hansen (left) and junior dance major Mary Pappagallo (right) perform during the opening night of "The Language of Objects" exhibition at UB's Anderson Gallery. 

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Tanner Miller, a freshman undecided major, is transitioning from female to male. After questioning his gender earlier this year, he decided the name Tanner and masculine pronouns better suit him.

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