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Wednesday, August 04, 2021
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TANVEEN VOHRA

Tanveen Vohra is a former senior news editor and covered international relations and graduate student protests.

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York prepares for a performance.
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Queen of UB: Daphne York

Matthew Groth pouts into a vanity mirror in his bedroom, admiring his jawline and fixing his already-perfect hair. A 10-foot rack stands next to him, housing over 15 wigs and enough fake jewelry and form-fitting outfits to satisfy a production of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.” 


OPINION

See you later, alligator

 It was 7 p.m. in The Spectrum office last night. It was a typical Tuesday, with Jacklyn showing me how to click my heels in the air. I was making a complete fool of myself as Savanna took videos to document my progress, or lack thereof, and Tom and Brent sporadically cheered me on from their respective corners of the office. 


NEWS

UB to replace Sub-Board I with Faculty Student Association as student government fiscal agent

  UB will replace Sub-Board I, its fiscal agent for student governments, with the Faculty Student Association on July 1, according to Vice President of Student Life A. Scott Weber and Vice President for Finance and Administration Laura Hubbard.   The decision, according to Weber, coincides with a UB review committee’s suggestion to cut various SBI-funded programs, including free legal counsel for students, the South Campus safety shuttle bus, radio station WRUB and off-campus housing.


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Student Association senators look over SA senate chairperson Eric Weinman’s proposed Rules of Procedures handbook at the Friday meeting. TANVEEN VOHRA Photo: The Spectrum
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Student Association senators look over SA senate chairperson Eric Weinman’s proposed Rules of Procedures handbook at the Friday meeting.

Graduate students from the Living Stipend Movement hold up signs during Wednesday’s Faculty Senate Executive meeting. This was the second demonstration by LSM in two weeks.  TANVEEN VOHRA Photo: The Spectrum
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Graduate students from the Living Stipend Movement hold up signs during Wednesday’s Faculty Senate Executive meeting. This was the second demonstration by LSM in two weeks. 

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