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Sunday, May 22, 2022
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Rewriting the college menu

Quick, cheap and unhealthy meals have long plagued college students’ diets. We put our obligations as students before our health, from easy macaroni and cheese boxes to Domino’s pizza. Students who eat healthier have a better academic performance, according to the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. If you’re looking for easy, healthy dishes to get you started, here are a few ideas.

UB students forms new club on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. Members discuss how cryptocurrency and blockchain technology looks to change the way the financial world runs.

UB club gets cryptic

Cryptocurrency –– digitalized money or assets –– has a unique stance in the financial market: its value will not be backed by any banks or government. With a current frenzy for cryptocurrency, UB Blockchains & Cryptocurrency Club is bringing interested students together. Members of the club are taught cryptocurrency’s financial impact and the technology behind how the currency obtains its value.



When I was a child, hide-and-seek was one of my favorite games. Hiding in dark alleyways and having an amused fear of being found was innocent child’s play. As an adult, the game has taken on another meaning for me. I was followed a few days ago around Main Street. It was in the early afternoon and I was walking alone.

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Baskets with free menstrual products are one way UB communities responds to lack of feminine product dispensers.


On Monday, members of the UB community gathered next to Capen Cafe to raise awareness for national hunger and sustainability. There was a food drive that will benefit the University Presbyterian Church, which supports UB students and local communities around South Campus.

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