A UB Stampede bus struck a pedestrian at the roundabout intersection of Lee Road and John James Audubon Parkway near Greiner Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
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Four candidates will be running for the 2022-23 Student Association Senate, according to the SA ballot, which opened Monday. The slate of candidates was not released ahead of time, and was empty as of Friday. Students can vote until Friday at 4 p.m.
UB is potentially undercharging over half of its graduate students by mistakenly giving out-of-state students in-state tuition, according to the Office of New York State Comptroller’s (OSC) May 2022 audit.
Goodyear and Clement Halls will remain unoccupied during the 2022-23 academic year due to ongoing renovations.
I was supposed to love and depend on my mom for the rest of my life.
Ten lives were taken and three were injured during a racially motivated mass shooting at the Tops on Buffalo’s East Side Saturday afternoon.
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.
Content warning: This article contains sensitive information about sexual assault. The National Sexual Assault Hotline can be reached at 1-800-656-4673.
Jack O’Leary is sick of UB’s unattractive campus and worries about its impact on students’ mental health. Khrystyna Adam doesn’t want the efforts being made to help Ukraine to die out.
One week after campus descended into chaos in response to Allen West’s controversial speech, “America is not Racist — Why American Values are Exceptional,” UB’s Black Student Union held a “town hall” meeting Monday to discuss the aftermath of that day.
I first entered Reilly Mullen’s office as a wide-eyed staff writer.
“Black Lives Matter.”
College students are no stranger to sleep deprivation.
Every single morning, I wake up in my freshman dorm room on my twin XL bed and my cheap mattress topper.
Registration is now open for UB’s seventh annual Step Challenge, a free initiative sponsored by the UB School of Public Health and Health Professions (SPHHP) to encourage UB community members to get outside this spring and exercise.
Antonina Bandrivska, a graduate student studying biology, has recently become best friends with sleep deprivation. Endless nights and tired days have become an essential part of her being since Feb. 24.
“Quiet hours” are implemented in UB dorms on weekdays after 11 p.m. to promote healthy sleeping habits and ensure the comfort of all students.
Aimee Zynda, a junior political science major, watched her roommates in their Flint Village apartment perform their usual nighttime routine, consisting of brushing their teeth, washing their faces and putting on their pajamas—except starting Feb. 5 this also included boiling several pots of water to avoid taking cold showers.
Victor E. Bull is the ultimate characterization of school pride. But he isn’t the only cheerleader on campus.
Nikole Hannah-Jones is not in the business of making people comfortable.