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Wednesday, March 11, 2020.
For weeks, I’ve chuckled as the Washington Post and overzealous TikTokers have warned me to prepare for battle.
When COVID-19 hit Buffalo, UB President Satish Tripathi saw an opportunity to listen to music, read non-fiction books and catch up on some much-needed sleep.
Last semester, I voted to make the student activity fee voluntary.
March 11, 2020.
March 11, 2020 was a Wednesday. The hustle and bustle of UB’s North Campus continued as classes winded down and students eagerly awaited spring break.
Four weeks ago, I sat down in front of my laptop to write this column.
Saturday was a big day for college football fans everywhere.
After a three day election, senior political science and philosophy major Adolyn Cofie has been named SA president for the 2020-21 school year.
It’s a lot easier to get an Instagram account taken down than you might think.
Sixty-five Black SUNY professors held an unprecedented meeting Monday to discuss their frustration over the way their universities responded to the racial tensions that have exploded across the country since George Floyd’s death on March 25.
This year began with catastrophe after catastrophe.
Precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are updating daily, as people are now required to wear protective face masks in public. These masks are often difficult to find due to high demand.
Quarantine came at an inconvenient time for all of us. Whether it was for seniors who aren’t quite ready to say goodbye to their college days or for those who no longer have close friends at home like they do at school, saying goodbye this early is hard.
Erie County District Attorney John Flynn announced Monday his office won’t file criminal charges for the April 2019 death of 18-year-old UB freshman Sebastian Serafin-Bazan.
All School of Engineering and Applied Sciences courses, including labs and tests, will be taught online beginning March 23, following Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mandatory “distance-learning model.”
UB’s chemistry department "will not hold in-person" lab sessions during Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mandatory “distance-learning model” for SUNY and CUNY schools.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced all SUNY and CUNY schools will transition to online classes starting March 19 during a press conference Wednesday at 1:45 p.m.
Editor’s note: This column contains sensitive information about sexual assault and my be triggering for some readers.