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The Student Association Board of Directors voted Wednesday to remove Hobby Council Coordinator Zackary Graham from SA and revoke the remainder of his $5,850 stipend.
Nojin Kwak will serve as UB’s next vice provost for international education, UB announced in a news release Tuesday.
Chanse Robinson, a former UB men’s basketball player who left the program last month after a semester-long run on the team, is facing kidnapping and assault charges in a Louisiana court.
This year, UB’s dorms and campus apartments will offer winter break housing at nightly rates comparable to those of the Red Roof PLUS+ and other area motels.
You’re caught up in the frenzy of holiday shopping, but you already took a hammer to your piggy bank.
Something big and blue just came to North Campus.
Krish Patel often thought of what it would be like to vote in his first presidential election.
After days of meticulous vote tabulation in several battleground states, Joseph R. Biden has become the 46th U.S. president, defeating incumbent Republican President Donald J. Trump.
UB President Satish Tripathi praises UB COVID response, discusses up to $40 million drop in state aid during State of the University address
UB President Satish Tripathi tried to remain upbeat during his half hour, pre-recorded State of the University address.
Dean of UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences James O'Donnell offered his resignation Wednesday.
Samuel Magaseyev entered UB quarantine on Sept. 24 with a 103-degree fever, nausea, vomiting and fatigue.
President Trump announced early Friday morning that he and First Lady, Melania, tested positive for COVID.
Last year, dozens of the Latin American Student Association's roughly 300 members gathered in the flag room during Hispanic Heritage Month to dance merengue, salsa and bachata. This year, students carried on the tradition, but danced at home in front of their computer screens instead.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a prominent women's rights activist known for her ceiling-smashing work as the second female Supreme Court Justice, died yesterday of complications due to metastatic pancreatic cancer today, aged 87.
Daniel Richter, a former UB student, will serve 24 months in prison for threatening to harm his former UB professor.
Tombstone-shaped picket signs marked the grounds of UB’s south campus lawn on Friday morning, August 14. But as of September 3, UB administrators have remained dead silent about the grim presentation.
UB has 100 confirmed active on-campus cases of COVID-19 among students and employees, according to the university’s COVID-19 dashboard.
UB will strip the names of racist namesakes Millard Fillmore, James O. Putnam and Peter B. Porter from four campus locations.
The Student Association’s Board of Directors will adopt a new scheduling system to curb fraud following a May 19 resolution to remove Rules, Administration and Government Oversight Committee Chair Eric Weinman for “time theft” and other violations of SA’s Code of Ethics.