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Some people come to college hoping to walk away with more than an education and a diploma. They hope to find their soul mate. The popular notion of finding ?the one? in college has been around since before my grandmother went to school ? she went to University of Michigan where she met my grandfather. Twenty eight percent of married couples meet each other in college, according to a data collection study done by Facebook. UB is no exception. Just in time for Valentine?s Day, here are some couples who met at UB and are still together, hoping to live happily ever after. Renee Lansley and Joseph Szustakowski, together for 21 years UB undergraduate class of 1996 and 1995, respectively How they met: On the day Renee moved in, Joe showed up at her Roosevelt dorm room looking for his cousin, her roommate.


The No Title Tour

"They always say that Albert Einstein was a genius. Then how come when anyone every calls you that, it's an insult?


A harmonizing repertoire

Two years ago, Emi Ferguson stood on Ground Zero wearing all black. She had passion and sadness in her eyes as she confidently stood in front of thousands of people while the notes of "Amazing Grace" purred out of her flute. Audience members at the 10th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony of 9/11 cried and held each other as Ferguson made playing the patriotic song look effortless and let the music lightly sway her body.

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