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Dancing Your Way Through Life

With the majority of its classes held at the Center for the Arts, away from the academic spine, the dance department at the University at Buffalo is an elusive enigma to a large number of students. As the end of the semester draws to a close, graduating dance majors are busier than ever.


The Strokes Are Back With a New Angle

Artist: The Strokes Album: Angles Label: RCA Release: March 18 Grade: A- After a five-year-long hiatus that was shrouded in mystery save for disquieting reports of tensions among its members, the New York City rockers are back with 10 new tracks, collectively titled Angles. Angles will inevitably raise some eyebrows.


Who are the Pronouns?

Not everybody will admit it, but poetry scares people. It's often difficult to understand, frequently brushed off as "boring," and hardly a popular weekend activity.


Silverstein Screams for Buffalo

What would a band whose name was inspired by a famous children's book author sound like? Turns out, nothing like the whimsical and gentle poetry by Shel Silverstein. Five-piece post-hardcore/screamo outfit Silverstein has steadily been gaining popularity over the last decade.

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