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LPCiminelli to construct first phase of downtown medical campus
The SUNY Construction Fund has chosen LPCiminelli, a Buffalo commercial construction company, to build the first part of UB’s new School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in downtown Buffalo.
UB takes precautions in asbestos removal in Capen Hall
UB has placed signs warning students of the presence of asbestos in a few rooms on the first floor of Capen Hall that are being renovated in conjunction with New York State health codes.
Video: Spectrum 360 Newscast – 3/9/14
In this episode of Spectrum 360, The Spectrum's weekly newscast, the team reports on women's basketball forward Kristen Sharkey, UB's Young Adults Environmental Leadership Program (YAELP) and True Blue, the driving force behind the energy that pervades UB sporting events.
SA elections to begin after Spring Break
Student Association elections for next year’s president, vice president, treasurer and SUNY delegates will take place March 25-27 – the week following Spring Break.
UB reacts to Ukraine-Russia conflict
Many faculty members and students believe the conflict between Ukraine and Russia is historically significant. Though some students say they are not as informed on the matter as they’d like to be, others have developed opinions on the implications of the events in Crimea.
Leonard to speak at UB’s Center For the Arts
World-famous sustainability proponent Annie Leonard will tell her Story of Stuff at UB Tuesday. She will speak at the Center For the Arts beginning at 7 p.m.
Wednesday’s abortion debate brings philosophical perspectives
Wednesday’s “Abortion: is it Ethical?” discussion was filled with anecdotes and hypothetical scenarios like this as the two debaters attempted to debunk each other’s positions using philosophy as the basis of their arguments.
Sustainable Earth Solutions offers students leadership opportunities
Sustainable Earth Solutions (SES) is committed to promoting environmental change and inspiring this generation of college students to keep moving forward. It also offers a program called the Young Adults Environmental Leadership Program (YAELP) that fits with this ideal. The organization will hold its eighth annual conference March 7-8 at Greiner Hall.