Vendors from the area brought their best mac and cheese in hopes of winning first place and leaving with the “golden noodle.”
There were 11 competitors in the competition, including Mooney’s, The Press Box and Protocol Restaurant. The event was held in CFA seating area, with vendors lining the walls serving small cups of mac and cheese to attendees. Those who attended the event were given a scorecard with a place to write their overall favorite mac and cheese – along with any vendor they would like to see at the event next year.read more >>
Taking a hike, doing yoga or going for a bike ride will make UB students eligible to win some athletic gear.
Outdoor Pursuits and the Outdoor Adventure Club are urging students to participate in this year’s Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge.read more >>
The child they were leaving behind wasn’t even an adult in the eyes of the state yet – I was only sixteen.read more >>
The freshman 15 – the infamous number referring to the 15 pounds college freshmen usually pack on in their first year away from home.
The newfound freedom leads to larger responsibilities and oftentimes, more spending. It’s no secret that many students struggle with money between the astronomical book prices and those miscellaneous charges that mysteriously appear on every bill.read more >>
The back to school prep is here: buying books, moving in and the first week of classes. But the city of Buffalo isn’t quite done with summer yet and events around town and on campus are a good way to escape the school preparations, even if it’s only for a little bit.read more >>
Stephanie Gavin was always a Disney fan growing up, but she didn’t expect to take a semester off from school to work at Walt Disney World.
Gavin, a junior cultural anthropology major, was accepted to the Disney College Program and now that she has completed the program, she couldn’t picture her college career without it.read more >>
When Matt Rivera was growing up, he and his family had been struggling to find the “time, patience and work that a military family needs.”
This struggle drove them apart. Rivera’s mother, stepfather and sister had all served in the military. After living in Germany almost his entire life, Rivera, a senior music theatre major, left on a plane to New York City three days after his high school graduation, leaving his family behind.read more >>
A few months after her baby was born, her boyfriend and father of her child was away and she thought she would never run or win titles again.read more >>
The click of a jump rope, students exploding up and then landing for a jump squat, people huffing as they do jumping jacks – though it may seem like a scene out of the Alumni Arena gym, it isn’t.
Instead it was in the Student Union Flag Room on Friday afternoon, where students exercised and raised money as part of the Fitness Expo.read more >>
Yu believes that people expect philosophers to react differently to being diagnosed with a severe disease like cancer.read more >>
Celebrating their 48th year as an organization, Poder Latinos Unidos and its supporters got together to fantasize a night in Havana, Cuba on Saturday evening.read more >>
Nick Czekaj has to bike 500 miles, run two miles a day and hit the gym whenever he gets a chance before he sets off to bike from North Carolina to San Diego.
From middle of May to the end of July, Czekaj, a junior political science, international relations and French major, will ride his bike across the country to benefit affordable housing through the Bike & Build organization.read more >>
UB students, faculty and staff have come together to reduce their collective footprint, this time by urging The Commons to stop using Styrofoam.read more >>
UB Toastmasters is a group for both students and community members to learn more about public speaking, with meetings once a month and events such as an open house with the School of Management.read more >>