Ticket-holders queued up Aug. 22 to hear
President Obama deliver his address in Alumni Arena. The line snaked easily a mile across campus,
and it took an hour or more to approach the arena and clear security. But most people waited patiently,
chatting with both friends and strangers, while advancing step by step. Happily, balmy weather prevailed
during the slow march forward.
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Three young women improvise their creative identities as actors and performers in hypercompetitive New York
Veteran naturalist leads an outdoor seminar on the forest, teaching about edible plants and herbal medicines—all in UB’s own backyard
A lighthearted primer on the legendary British pastime now gaining traction among enthusiastic UB players from around the world
Economic forecaster based in California
Trainer and nutrition consultant for brides
Culinary executive specializing in exotic foods
Web edition preparation by Paula Gainey, Tim Sodhi and Mike Sabatino
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