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The UB campus network may be growing significantly next year as a proposal for a new digital cable system is currently under consideration.
Several engineering students, enraged by overwhelming workloads and the near-total lack of women in their major, seized Bert's diner by force late Monday afternoon with an array of makeshift medieval weaponry.
Funding is an issue for every university. For public institutions like UB - who offer lower-than-average tuition rates - fundraising and donations play an even greater role in helping to further university advancement.
Cries of "What's disgusting? Union Busting!" rang throughout North Campus last Wednesday as a group of approximately 150 protestors marched from Alumni Arena to the academic spine in a mass display of dissatisfaction with the activities of the New Era cap company.
If doughnut and coffee chains seem to be popping up everywhere in the greater Buffalo area, just wait. All three of the doughnut giants - Krispy Kreme, Tim Horton's, and Dunkin' Donuts, intend to expand their number of franchises threefold in the coming years.
For Kenman Choo, accessing the UB network from his off-campus apartment has always been difficult. Like other commuters, he struggled with slow connection speeds when navigating the family of buffalo.edu websites from off-campus and the total inability to access shared files from other users on the residence halls networks.
The Modern Language Association, the world's foremost association for the study of modern languages and literature, announced the appointment of UB professor Rosemary Feal to the position of executive director of the organization at its annual convention last December.
The key to Mike Magnuson's Lummox: The Evolution of a Man is its desire to be greater than itself. An autobiographical novel written in the style of creative nonfiction, Lummox paints a portrait of a journey into manhood during a time in which the nation is redefining what manhood should be.
The New Era Cap Company, the official manufacturer of Major League Baseball caps as well as UB Bulls apparel, has come under increased scrutiny in recent months by college activists, sweatshop foes and labor rights advocates who criticize the corporation's practices in the United States and abroad.
In the midtown Manhattan headquarters of Andersen, the global consulting company, making professional connections is a routine occurrence. But, to the more than 80 UB business students who met in Andersen's headquarters last Thursday, a single day of networking may determine the next major course their lives take.
Performing complex and eccentric compositions, the UB Contemporary Ensemble displayed its taste for the unusual and challenged the minds of the audience as surely as it tested the abilities of the musicians Monday evening in Baird Hall.
A new discipline that combines the realms of biological and photonic studies, biophotonics, shows great potential for rewarding developments in medical diagnosis and treatment, visual applications, and data analysis.
The weekend before Thanksgiving break, six UB students took part in defending the wrongly accused in a high-profile murder trial. Later that day, they helped bring the accused to justice.
The Fulbright program, established after World War II to promote the international exchange of scholars and ideas, has provided grants to thousands of students from around the world to pursue diverse fields of interest in non-native countries.
The lack of convenient parking, particularly in the vicinity of the academic spine on UB's North Campus, is an oft-repeated complaint of commuters, much discussed but not yet resolved to student satisfaction.
Class absence policies will be standardized university-wide if a proposal currently under consideration by the Faculty Senate is ratified.
In an effort to expand its economic development and technology transfer capabilities, the university has transformed the UB Business Alliance into the Office of Science, Technology Transfer and Economic Outreach.
The Unofficial UB Network Forum, a tightly knit virtual community, provides a place on the Internet for technically savvy UB students to gather and discuss what's on their minds, exchange information or just blow off steam - all at the speed of thought.
Each second in the United States, 350 slices of pizza are consumed, totaling approximately 100 acres of pizza per day, according to the National Association of Pizza Operators. Pizza and its regular companion beer are arguably the most popular food and beverage consumed by college students.