After more than six years of planning and construction UB's medical school celebrated the grand opening of its new downtown campus Tuesday morning. Classes at the new facility start Jan 8.
The Zodiaque Dance Company premiered their fall program on Oct. 18, entering its 44th season at UB.
Students and faculty marched from the Student Union to the administrative offices on the fifth floor of Capen Hall on Monday to advocate for a living stipend for graduate student instructors.
UB's annual Fall Fest brought acts such as Roy Woods, Blackbear, New Politics and Lil Uzi Vert to Baird Point on Saturday night.
UB women's basketball fell to Toledo 72-65 in the MAC Tournament semifinal. The Bulls are still hopeful for a bid to the WNIT Tournament.
Buffalo lost a physical contest Thursday night to the Kent State Golden Flashes. The game came down to a last second shot from sophomore CJ Massinburg.
The African Student Association held their 17th annual fashion show, entitled La Soirée De Mystique, this past Saturday. It was held at the Adams Mark Hotel, and included various designers and performances.
International Tea Time is a weekly meeting in 240 Student Union which establishes a better relationship between domestic students and international students.
UB men’s rugby club team and women’s soccer club team hold annual car smashing event outside of the Student Union to promote drunk driving awareness.
UB Bulls drop opening game to Albany 22-16 Friday night. This was Buffalo's first home opener loss since 2009.
Roughly 60 adjunct professors, full-time professors, teaching assistants and undergraduate students held a rally with United University Professions outside of UB Commons Thursday afternoon.
The men's lacrosse team defeated Rhode Island 17-4 at Kunz Stadium on April 23.
Approximately 6,500 people packed into Alumni Arena for this year's Spring Fest featuring The Chainsmokers, Mac Miller, Icona Pop and Coleman Hell.
On Thursday afternoon in the Lockwood Library Lobby, UB professor Barbara Bono and UB librarians held a Shakespeare Read-A-Thon to honor playwright William Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary of his birth and death. The event had over 30 speakers consisting of students, professors and guest speakers for a span of 3 hours long.