Anthem: The Graphic Novel Will Be Generation Z's Gateway Drug to Liberty

The Atlas Society has quickly become one of the fastest growing pro-liberty organizations in the country through collaborations with libertarian student grousps such as Students for Liberty and, at times, the occasionally un-libertarian Turning Point USA.  Without fail, students approach the brightly decorated table featuring stickers, pens, and pamphlets from The Atlas Society with their…

We Just Elected a Baby as President?

Alexander Rhett has not only become self aware, but also has just been elected President of the United States. Brace yourselves because FOTUS, the latest novel by author Kevin Kunudrum takes readers on a fascinating ride just in time for the 2020 election cycle. Almost instantly upon reading, we realize that little Alex is a…

My Fashion Makeover and Why Other Men Need One Too

Let’s be frank. Too many men lack a strong fashion sense and suffer floating through, “fashion purgatory”, a place where style rests between slightly wrinkled graphic tees and “okay”-smelling jeans. For years, this was home for me.Not much thought was given to my appearance and it showed. Like many men, I had come to believe…

Key SGA Members Boycott Friendsgiving, Cites Internal Conflicts

On Wednesday evening, crowds gathered along the second floor of the Student Center trying to grab a plate from the Friendsgiving dinner.  Meanwhile, in the SGA office on the fourth floor, key members of the SGA such as Amadou Bah, chief of staff; Zainab Ali, treasurer; Brianna King, secretary; and senators April King and Carmen…

SGA Friendsgiving Draws Large Crowd

Friendsgiving, an event hosted by the Student Government Association to benefit the Campus Pantry, has been one of the most popular events at the university with attendance always exceeding 100 people, a rarity for many organizations on campus.  This year was no exception.Hungry students, faculty, and staff crowded the second floor waiting for the menu…

UB Hopes BPD Can Cure Financial Woes

UB students, this past September, learned that the university had agreed to a deal with the Baltimore Police Department to the tune of more than six million dollars over a five-year period.  The deal was not without controversy. Supporters hailed the deal as a solution to the more than 6 million dollar (6.5 million to…