UB’s Black Student Union (BSU) made it their mission to showcase black excellence through art, music, dancing and fashion at the Black Explosion fashion show.
BSU’s annual Black Explosion fashion and culture show took place on Feb.read more >>
Last week was National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and the theme was “Start a Revolution, Love Your Body.” UB’s Wellness Team, which includes the Wellness Education Center, Counseling Services and Health Services, put on the Wellness Activity Day to raise awareness about and provide support to people struggling with eating disorders.read more >>
This weekend Buffalo is home to a wide range of outings, from birding to boxing to hula hooping on Elmwood. Instead of resorting to typical weekend activities like a dinner and a movie, step outside of the box and maybe you’ll find a new hobby.read more >>
The Creative Writing Certificate, offered to undergraduate students by the English department, teaches students different modes of creative writing.read more >>
UB’s Black Student Union (BSU) and the Intercultural Diversity Center have hosted events throughout the month of February in celebration of Black History Month.read more >>
On Feb. 20, the UB Muslim Women’s Council organized “Cover a Mile in Her Scarf,” a daylong event followed by a discussion with the Council and the event’s participants.read more >>
Jesse Moses, a junior international studies major, had to learn how to adjust to a campus of almost 30,000 students after leaving a school with half as many.
The Transfer Peer Mentor Program, also known as “Transfer Tuesdays,” helped Moses adjust to the nerve-wracking first few days of figuring out the large campus and creating new friendships.read more >>
When Jon Jeziorowski entered the Steel Mill Gym in Lackawanna weighing 202 pounds, he felt out of place.read more >>
Native Berliners say ?Berlin street style? isn?t one thing, but an eclectic mix of disparate pieces. From left to right, photos 1-2, 4, 6 and 9 are courtesy of Flikr user Kathrin-Thuy OTTO. read more >>
Some people come to college hoping to walk away with more than an education and a diploma. They hope to find their soul mate. The popular notion of finding ?the one? in college has been around since before my grandmother went to school ? she went to University of Michigan where she met my grandfather. Twenty eight percent of married couples meet each other in college, according to a data collection study done by Facebook. UB is no exception. Just in time for Valentine?s Day, here are some couples who met at UB and are still together, hoping to live happily ever after. Renee Lansley and Joseph Szustakowski, together for 21 years UB undergraduate class of 1996 and 1995, respectively How they met: On the day Renee moved in, Joe showed up at her Roosevelt dorm room looking for his cousin, her roommate. read more >>