Ten people were killed and three were injured in a racially motivated mass shooting at the Tops on Buffalo’s East Side Saturday afternoon. It was the deadliest shooting in Buffalo history.
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A university spokesperson and the CEO of the University at Buffalo Foundation, the university’s private endowment fund, separately declined to provide copies of the foundation’s contracts with the headliners of this year’s Distinguished Speakers Series. Both also declined to provide any information about the contracts, including how the UB Foundation paid each speaker for their lectures.
The UB chapter of Young Americans for Freedom postponed a planned speech by conservative political commentator Michael Knowles, the organization’s e-board announced in an email to its members Monday.
Masks will continue to be required on buses, trains and other forms of public transportation in New York State “for now,” Gov. Kathy Hochul announced at a press conference in Syracuse Wednesday.
UB has no plans to reinstate a mask mandate on campus unless a new COVID-19 variant of concern emerges, according to Dr. Thomas Russo, chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases in the UB Department of Medicine.
Jim Malatras walked away with the retirement deal of a lifetime.
The New York State-run COVID-19 testing site at the Center for Tomorrow building on North Campus closed last Friday, according to the university’s COVID-19 site. The clinic had the capacity to provide 200 tests per day and operated for just under three months.
University Police are responding to Yik Yak posts that threatened violence against students protesting an on-campus speech by Allen West, a former Republican congressman and former chair of the Texas Republican Party, the university said in a statement Thursday.
Twenty-eight UB students have died by suicide since 2007, with 10 having occured since the fall of 2019
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The Paul&Pang party won the race for president and vice president of the SA e-board during a five-day election that ended Friday.
Last September, Kaelyn Button was ready to begin her second year as president of UB’s Swim Club and return to in-person swim meets after a year of strict COVID-19 rules.
Seven hundred ninety-two students have received medical or religious exemptions from UB’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement as of March 21, according to Student Health Services data. Of those students, 769 have a regular presence on campus, while the remaining 23 are taking entirely remote coursework for the spring semester.
Oozefest, UB’s annual mud volleyball tournament, will take place May 7, following the event’s cancellation in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19.
A total of nine candidates — four for president, three for vice president and two for treasurer — are running for positions on the Student Association e-board for the 2022-23 academic year, SA Chief of Staff Will Eaton confirmed in an email Tuesday.
Face masks had been required in on-campus buildings for 664 days.
Kallie McKenzie had seen enough.
United University Professions, the union representing SUNY faculty members, has started negotiations with SUNY and Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office regarding a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for faculty, UUP spokesperson Mike Lisi confirmed Monday.
Canada will allow fully vaccinated travelers to enter the country with negative COVID-19 rapid test results starting Feb. 28, Canada’s Public Health Agency announced Tuesday.
Just over 100 students faced the aftermath of the apocalypse for the 11th year in a row in the Student Union Theater Tuesday to the tune of “It’s the End of the World as We Know It” by R.E.M.
UB will continue to require mask wearing on its campuses, the university announced in a campus-wide email Friday.