The Student Association and Black Student Union held a special forum Wednesday night to discuss the recent controversial art project and ways the UB community can move forward.
Students lined up more than three hours before Fall Fest’s scheduled start time and waited for hours in relentless, drenching rain as the line to get into Alumni Arena stretched around the University Police Station. They donned plastic ponchos and huddled together under umbrellas in sub-60 degree weather. But it was all worth it to see openers Isaiah Rashad and Tink, a stellar performance by Jeremih and the headliner and clear man of the night, Big Sean.
The football team (1-1) fell 27-14 to Penn State (1-1) at Beaver Stadium Saturday.
The football team defeated Albany 51-14 at UB Stadium Saturday for the first win of the Lance Leipold era.
Here's a look at some of the players that will be having an impact on the field for the Bulls this season.
Our photographer Emily Li spent time documenting the days of University Police officers as they patrol campus, put out fires, practice administering Narcan and watch over crowds at on-campus events like Spring Fest.
For the final project for ART 307 Lab: Thematic Drawing, students painted the white walls of the CFA with personal murals.
Attendees of UBCon had the opportunity to express themselves with elaborate cosplay, activities geared towards comics and shows as well as big events like the NERF war this weekend.
This Thursday’s event, hosted by UB Students for Life, used graphic images of abortions to start conversations about the ethics of the practice.
Photos from the Student Association's event, Buffalo Untapped, which took place Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m. in Alumni Arena's Triple Gym and the LaSalle parking lot outside.
Cinderella performed by Western New York premier youth ballet, the Greater Buffalo Youth Ballet Company, and choreographed by Elizabeth DiStasio-Waddell in UB Center for the Arts on Saturday, March 28.