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It has been almost a year since the May 14 shooting that killed 10 people at a Tops on Buffalo’s East Side.
Every day when I wake up, one of the first things I do is look at myself in the mirror.
After a long day of practice, Stefon Diggs heads home with one thing on his mind: his empty stomach.
From starring on Netflix to starting a cooking business, Smita Chutke puts a spotlight on authentic Indian food
Smita Chutke had never cooked, let alone tasted, ostrich loin before.
India Walton, a current candidate for the Buffalo Common Council’s Masten district and nurse, spoke to a small group of around 20 students on Feb. 27 in the Student Union.
Gov. Kathy Hochul visits UB to present $227 billion budget proposal, including over $124 million toward UB
Gov. Kathy Hochul announced her Fiscal Year 2024 New York State Executive Budget proposal at UB’s North Campus on Monday. During her visit, Hochul highlighted funding allocated toward UB and the City of Buffalo.
Sonja Ta’shale Jackson was determined to get her bachelor’s degree.
Sherillyn Ifill has known she wanted to be a civil rights attorney since she was a young girl.
‘Resilient, courageous, creative and unstoppable’: UB senior returns to the barre after cancer treatment
Kara Skrubis has been determined to be a ballet star ever since she was 3 years old.
After 10 days of treatment for a pelvic fracture that left her temporarily disabled and wheelchair-bound, Thraptthi Perumal came home to her apartment near UB’s South Campus. Less than 24 hours after she was discharged, Snowstorm Elliott hit her neighborhood — hard.
Album: “More Love, Less Ego”
Movie: “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
On May 31, 1921, a white mob attacked the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, destroying the neighborhood of Glenwood a.k.a. Black Wall Street and massacring over 160 Black people.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
It might be hard to imagine a world without root canals, but researchers at UB’s School of Dental Medicine have found a breakthrough. Instead of shaving down and replacing teeth, they are researching a way to regrow gums with dental lasers.
It was a cold, windy day in Buffalo, but that did not stop over 80 protestors who then marched around Niagara Square, Buffalo City Hall looming large, chanting slogans like, “Women, Life, Freedom,” “Justice for Iran” and “What solution? Revolution!”
Ken Jeong discusses comedy, medicine and more in vulnerable 2022-23 Distinguished Speaker Series opening
Ken Jeong was still working his day job when he filmed his first movie, the Judd Apatow rom-com “Knocked Up.”
UB and UBMD’s Physicians’ Group have created a voluntary online registry for Western New York residents who are 18-years-old and older to report symptoms of long COVID-19, according to UB’s website. The data will be used to better understand the short-term and long-term symptoms of COVID-19 and connect participants with treatment options in Western New York.
Until summer 2022, the city of Buffalo had no vegan grocery store. Donisha Gant wanted to change that.