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When a UB student goes into crisis at 2 a.m., they will more often than not end up calling University Police, not UB Counseling.
New York State’s $220 billion budget — which funds everything from updating civil service exams to subsidies for a new Bills stadium — passed on April 7.
I am scared to death.
Fifty-two years after the first Earth Day, news of Earth’s impending climate change doom dominates the news. The first Earth Day, on April 22, 1970, was meant to raise awareness of the environmental issues of the day.
When the CVS in the Commons closed its doors in January, The Elli convenience store in Ellicott Complex became the only place on campus where students could purchase dish soap and a snack in the same transaction.
Jeff Corwin doesn’t think his roles as a conservationist and an entertainer conflict.
On paper, Cam Hotto seems like an unlikely candidate to co-found an environmental club.
Four years after announcing plans to study whether a metro expansion to UB’s North Campus would be feasible, a project manager for Niagara Frontier Transit Authority says the organization is planning to release a draft environmental impact statement this fall.
On-campus students will no longer have access to cable or streaming services provided by Campus Living after June 30, 2022.
The first time Imani Muhammad-Graham ever heard of COVID-19, he laughed about it with his friends.
Every semester, UB’s more than 20,000 undergrads pay a $109 “student activity fee” that goes straight to the Student Association.
UB President Satish Tripathi released a statement Monday expressing UB’s solidarity with Ukraine and its people.
UB’s North Campus is ugly.
On a cold day in early February, more than two dozen students filed into Davis Hall 101 for their “Super Bowl.”
Matt Taboni has always been passionate about one thing more than any other: food.
Eight graduate students piled into the cramped Graduate Student Employees Union office in The Commons on Valentine’s Day to write Valentine’s Day cards to President Satish Tripathi and Provost A. Scott Weber.
UB’s Distinguished Speakers Series will resume on Feb. 16 at the Center for the Arts with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, who will serve as the keynote speaker of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration.
Campus Dining and Shops says it is trying to stock The Elli with additional health and beauty items, now that the campus CVS has closed and some students — particularly those without a car — no longer have easy access to these essentials.
Over a year-and-a-half after 10 UB students studying abroad in Italy returned home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, SUNY is continuing to uphold its strict criteria blocking students from studying abroad, despite other institutions resuming their programs.