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No charges will be filed in connection with the death of Tyler Lewis, the 19-year-old Buffalo State sophomore who was fatally stabbed outside the Ellicott Complex, Erie County District Attorney John Flynn said at a press conference Friday.
University Police took a 25-year-old into custody Thursday night outside of Slee Hall, where hundreds were protesting conservative commentator Michael Knowles’ on-campus speech.
The Erie County District Attorney’s office announced it won’t press charges against any individuals in connection with the events surrounding Allen West’s speech last semester.
UB won’t bar conservative political commentator Michael Knowles from speaking on campus because of its need to “uphold the principles of the First Amendment,” the university said in a statement Sunday, disappointing students and faculty who had called on administrators to cancel the speech in light of Knowles’ recent remarks about transgender people.
UB medical residents and fellows filed for a unionization vote with the National Labor Relations Board on Feb. 22, according to filings with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Isabella Asmus was having fun at Club Marcella the night of Saturday, Feb. 11.
University Police Deputy Chief Josh Sticht said in a Jan. 30 recording that the Erie County District Attorney’s office has convened a grand jury in connection with the death of Tyler Lewis, the Buffalo State sophomore who was fatally stabbed outside of the Ellicott Complex last October.
UB will be hiring 70 new faculty members — in addition to regular hiring — over the next 18 months, putting to use a $12 million investment from New York State, according to UB spokesperson John Della Contrada.
UB President Satish Tripathi officially approved a modified academic calendar early this month, implementing a two-day October break that aligns with Indigenous Peoples Day among other changes, according to a university press release.
The Erie County District Attorney’s Office’s investigation into the death of Tyler Lewis is “nearly complete,” Erie County DA John Flynn said in a statement Wednesday.
The parents of Tyler Lewis, the Buffalo State sophomore who was fatally stabbed near the Ellicott Complex in October, are suing UB and Buffalo State University in connection with their son’s death.
Editor’s note (Jan. 17): Since publication, university officials say they have discovered additional water damage in the Biomedical Research Building and Cary Hall, requiring both buildings to undergo “significant repairs” that will take 12 months to complete. The entirety of the Biomedical Research Building and the ground and first floors of Cary Hall will remain closed indefinitely.
The Faculty Senate voted 40-8 Thursday to approve a resolution that would give students Indigenous Peoples’ Day (recognized on the second Monday of October) and the following Tuesday off in future academic calendars.
Mara Dingman was a seasoned student-employee at Campus Dining and Shops.
The University at Buffalo Foundation, UB’s private endowment fund, sold the historic Butler Mansion to Douglas Development for $3.75 million, according to a news release.
All classes and activities are canceled Friday due to a winter storm, UB announced Thursday. Evening classes Thursday will still be held, but the university is encouraging the UB community to “use caution when traveling to and from campus.”
University Police’s investigation into the Oct. 14 stabbing death of Buffalo State College sophomore Tyler Lewis entered its second month Monday, with no suspects in custody.
Few Americans knew who Marie Yovanovitch was prior to her testimony before Congress during then-President Donald Trump’s first impeachment inquiry. She told the assembled lawmakers that Rudy Giuliani, then Trump’s personal lawyer, and a corrupt Ukrainian worked to smear her and eventually pressured the U.S. State Department to remove her from her post. This led to the House’s vote to impeach Trump and prompted the 45th president to criticize her on Twitter as she spoke.
Engineering professor Matthew Burge, who was abruptly removed as an instructor from all his classes in October, appears to be under investigation by the university, according to a Freedom of Information Law FOIL request filed by The Spectrum.
Every day during his commute to work, Tim Tryjankowski would notice a “steady stream” of pedestrian and vehicular traffic at the roundabout in front of Greiner Hall, making some drivers “aggravated.”