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Complete coverage of Obama's visit

* Main story: Obama connects with UB crowd on plans for education aid 

* Sidebar: Meet the UB sophomore who introduced the president to the crowd

* Column: Welcoming the president to the real world of college costs 

* Sidebar: Brown calls Obama name flub a moment of "fun"

* Sidebar: Republicans blast Obama's visit as an unproductive distraction

* Sidebar: Protesters kept far away from president during UB visit

* Sidebar: Obama pushes rating system for colleges, universities

*Sidebar: Rating proposal stirs reaction

* Sidebar: Obama used "Say Yes" campaign as part of education message in Syracuse

* Notebook: Smaller moments in the news events of a presidential visit

* Photo Gallery: Obama visits Syracuse

Photo Gallery: Obama arrives at the airport

Photo Gallery: Crowd awaits Obama at UB

* Photo Gallery: Obama at UB Alumni Arena

* Video: Obama's full speech at UB

* Video: Obama flubs Buffalo mayor's name

* Video: Byron Brown reacts to Obama mixing up his name

* Video: Obama dines at Rochester's Magnolia cafe

* Video: McCarthy & Meyer analyze speech



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Robert J. McCarthy

Robert J. McCarthy

A native of Schenectady, Robert J. McCarthy came to The Buffalo News in 1982 following a six-year stint at the Olean Times Herald. He is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University, and has been covering local, state and national politics since 1992.

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Jerry Zremski

Jerry Zremski, The Buffalo News Washington bureau chief, has reported from the nation's capital since 1989 after joining The News as a business reporter in 1984. A graduate of Syracuse University, Zremski is a former Nieman fellow in journalism at Harvard University. In 2007, he served as president of the National Press Club.

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