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Wednesday, August 17, 2022
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Hawaii night is just one of the many themed nights that C3 hosts for students to experience different food other than the usual buffet.

​UB goes Hawaiian

While the wind blew outside foreboding a stormy Buffalo winter, in the UB dining halls Thursday night students could transport themselves – or at least their taste buds – to the islands of Hawaii.

Nurses costumes, like the one here, do not accurately represent the toil or effort that nurses put into their jobs. Some find it offensive that they are so crudely misrepresented. 

College students face slut-shaming on Halloween

When we fail to remember the more important qualities of being a woman, an even bigger problem emerges between Halloween and females. The problem according to Glann is called “slut-shaming,” an act of putting down, disparaging, insulting and otherwise degrading women for making choices about their own bodies.

Rinse 716 is a company run by students to promote EDM shows in the Buffalo area.

Student create Rinse 716 to help spread EDM

Zoe Sparks has loved electronic dance music (EDM) since she was in high school. The graduate student in the School of Social Work has spent many weekends since her first arrival at UB in 2011 for undergrad searching for EDM shows in the area – with little success. Sparks decided to take this problem into her own hands.

Author Jill Lepore spoke on her book The Secret History of Wonder Woman the night before the Humanities Festival at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

UB Humanities helps throw 'Gender Bender'

The UB Humanities Institute partnered with SUNY Buffalo State, Canisius College, SUNY Fredonia and Niagara University to organize the festival. The keynote speaker was author Jill Lepore, who spoke on her book The Secret History of Wonder Woman the night before the festival at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

Tuesday Morning has more than just clothing, the store has supplies, electronics and knick knacks.

Buffalo Thrift Store guide

You want to look like $1 million – but only have four dollars in your bank account. Even though you dragged your entire wardrobe from home to school, there’s never anything to wear.

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