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 >>
As the year winds down, dining dollars and meal swipe reserves become depleted and students are forced to make a meal happen with minimal to no funds.
That being said, college students are no strangers to struggle meals – it’s almost a rite of passage for a college student.read more >>
Tim Herzog has always felt that beer could save Buffalo.
Herzog is the president and founder of Flying Bison Brewing Company, which has operated locally for 16 years.read more >>
Chipotle and Moe’s are the most popular places Buffaloians go to for a quick sit-down Mexican meal, apart from the fast-food options, Mighty Taco and Taco Bell.read more >>
Located at 1300 Sweet Home Road, in the same complex as the Buffalo Exchange Luxury Apartments and directly across from UB’s North Campus, the Blue Bull Tavern is a sports bar meant for Buffalonians and out-of-towners who want a true Buffalo experience.read more >>
Buffalo Untapped gave students the chance to sample the various Buffalo beer, wine and food truck vendors that were set up in the Lake LaSalle Lot and Alumni Arena’s Triple Gym Sunday afternoon.read more >>
After the very detailed and very explicit video ends, Aaron Maracle talked about how the experience of the hypothetical male police officer is very similar to the experience of any woman who may have been a survivor of sexual assault.
Maracle, an assistant violence prevention specialist with Wellness Education Services, said that Health Education Wellness Services has been putting on programs like this for close to 10 years now.read more >>
On Monday, the Department of Jewish Thought and UB Humanities Institute held a symposium entitled The Law in the Work of Franz Kafka in Clemens Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Kafka was a German novelist who lived from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s.read more >>
A new location will be opening in late June at the corner of Maple and Sweet Home Roads in Amherst, which was most recently a Honey’s and is less than a mile from North Campus. With seating for 250 people, this will be the largest Anchor Bar location to date.read more >>
Picking classes might seem simple but clicking that enroll button on the wrong class can result in a semester’s worth of regret. With the new changes to UB’s general education requirements, it might seem even harder to decide what to take next year. Here are some general education classes to fill some of those new requirements.read more >>
There was a lot to take in Friday night at the UB Gospel Choir’s Open Mic Night, held at the community building in South Lake Village. Choir executive board members and new participants alike performed for an audience after choir board members walked in to Hezekiah Walker’s “Hold Out,” which marked their entrance and initiated the event.read more >>
Falguni Bharadwha, a first-year computer science masters student, walked into her new home on South Campus last semester with her housemates and was met with a completely empty space.
It was then they knew that they had to turn that house into a home.
“We literally had to buy everything,” Bharadwha said. “We ordered a lot of stuff online from Amazon. We got the closet on Amazon [and] my study table is from IKEA. My cousins live around Ohio so they bought it and sent it to me.”read more >>
Students living in the University Village at Sweethome returned home from Spring Break to find more than just week-old food in the refrigerator and a pile of homework to catch up on.
The University Village at Sweethome, an apartment complex down the road from North Campus, installed electronic deadbolt locks at the main door of every building and individual apartment during spring break, an upgrade from the standard deadbolt.
Sweethome officials wouldn’t comment on the price of the new locks or whether or not they make the buildings safer, but did explain why the locks were changed to begin with.
“We upgraded the locks because they used to be just normal keys and the electronic lock system is more convenient,” said Alex Rukaj, a community assistant for University Village at Sweethome.read more >>