UB's English Language Institute is giving its international students a chance to learn English from an old-fashioned but highly interactive educational tool: other students.
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On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Jim Twombly, visiting assistant professor of political science at UB, will contend for one of three open seats on the Amherst Town Board.
The recent midterm crunch has left many students suffering the aftereffects of sleep deprivation and an unhealthy nocturnal schedule.
Have you ever wondered why we find the vulture distasteful? We revere lions, calling them the kings of the jungle for taking life and causing destruction, but we shun the vulture, who simply eats what has already passed.
Forbes magazine furnished UB's School of Management with yet another reason to enlarge its MBA program, which the school saw increase in size by nearly 40 percent this fall.
Many students spent this summer working at internships in hope of finding their dream job. Some students returned with job offers, some with valuable work experience, and others gained an expertise in alphabetizing files.
Powerful music and harmonic vocals echoed through the side streets of Allentown Monday evening as the Rosaleen Marion Band took the stage at Nietzsche's, a local bar that houses hosts a weekly array of musical acts. The very talented foursome enticed the crowd with some of their original creations: "Pale," "Store in my Shoe," and "Fall."