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The Human Body Brought to Life

Shelley Jackson does not accept the functions of the body and humans as benign. In the series of vignettes that make up her new book released this month from Anchor Books, The Melancholy of Anatomy, Jackson gives the body's parts and functions personalities that are larger than life.Sperm, for example, is not a mere bodily fluid.

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Stop the Insanity

Like all the horrible hazing stories from past years, the death of an Alfred student and other similar incidents recently reminded me of the value of thinking for yourself.

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Thompson Bares All In Irreverent CFA Show

Like a breath of ironic fresh air, Scott Thompson, best known for his part in the quirky "Kids in the Hall" sketch comedy series, brought laughter and ridiculousness to UB's Center for the Arts Friday.As Thompson entered the CFA from the back entrance doors, the audience heard muttering intermingled with swearing, as he made his way toward the stage.

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