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Dorminic Ong said he was not expecting to be selected as a speaker for UB’s College of Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony, and when he found out he was chosen, he was humbled.
The New York presidential primary may be many students’ first opportunity to vote in a major U.S. election.
Alex Sityar said a person’s voice is a lot louder when it’s not behind a computer screen.
Tom Toles admits cartooning is a “really weird thing to do.”
A new student-run program is looking to collect reusable items that typically get thrown out after a school year in dorms and on-campus apartments.
After living on or near campus for an extended period of time, many college students get tired of eating at the same restaurants and cafés. With limited access to kitchen appliances, some students resort to food delivery.
University Police is searching for an individual that approached two female students and made “inappropriate comments” early Tuesday morning.
The state of New York doesn’t make it “incredibly easy” for students to vote in primary and general elections, according to Jacob Neiheisel, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science.
Paint chipping and dust in some University Heights homes may cause lead poisoning.
Every spring break, Youngkwan Kwak is faced with a dilemma.
With Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina in the candidates’ rearview mirrors, presidential hopefuls are setting their sights on March 1, a day commonly referred to as Super Tuesday.
UB’s Women’s Health Initiative has helped prevent 126,000 fewer women develop breast cancer during a 10-year period.
Amy Lipsky and Marisa Goldberger thought their apartment above the commercial buildings on Main Street would be safe a location to live in the University Heights.
Trisha is a self-proclaimed unicorn.
Philip Glick, chair of the Faculty Senate, cited the teamwork and patience maintained by all involved in the brand new UB Curriculum program as a fantastic example of shared governance.
UB Assistant Chief of Police Chris Bartolomei, along with 23 other SUNY police trainers, participated in SUNY-sponsored training earlier this month.
Students spend more than three months studying, reading and practicing material hoping to receive that at times elusive ‘A.’ But often times a single final exam accounts for the majority of their grade.
A UB freshman was walking to Goodyear Dining Hall on the morning of Oct. 10 when a University Police officer rolled down his patrol car window and asked the student to approach the vehicle.
UB coffee lovers can now get their fix at more than 10 locations between North and South Campus.