The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences led UB’s growth over the past 15 years, while enrollment in most other schools remained steady, according to data from the UB Office of Institutional Analysis.
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The UB Student Association (SA) abruptly canceled this year’s Fall Fest concert Tuesday afternoon.
It took just nine months to bring Surge Dance Company from a joke to a grand opening.
UB has become a top school nationwide for economic diversity among students, according to a New York Times index released last week.
SUNY Chancellor John King, Jr. visited North Campus last week to attend a panel on artificial intelligence in research. King also met with students working with Blackstone LaunchPad and ate lunch with UB and SUNY officials in Norton Hall’s University Club.
The UB Bikeshare program’s 50 bicycles aren’t enough to meet rising demand, officials say, and early talks are underway to add to the fleet.
The time saved by the automated License Plate Recognition (LPR) parking enforcement system that UB implemented this semester will be used for motorist assistance rather than increased parking enforcement, the director of UB Parking and Transportation says.
In an updated federal lawsuit, the UB chapter of the Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) is suing the UB Student Association (SA) and three UB administrators. The conservative student club is taking legal action in response to SA policies that allegedly infringed on YAF’s constitutional rights to free speech and association.
Sophia Veffer was 11 years old when Nazi soldiers knocked on her front door. The agents took everything — her father’s business, her family’s furniture and heirlooms, even her piggy bank.
Antisemetic, anti-trans and white supremacist propaganda have appeared at multiple locations around UB’s North Campus in recent weeks.
The UB Student Association (SA) Senate voted unanimously to raise wages and stipends for a wide range of SA employees — including the president, vice president, treasurer, council coordinators and 36 hourly positions — at its meeting on Monday. The raises go into effect on May 21.
Representatives of four student groups aired concerns about a policy change that bans some clubs from affiliating with third-party organizations at a Student Association (SA) Senate meeting Monday.
Zetti’s Pizza and Pasta, located at the corner of Flint and Maple Road across the street from North Campus, owes more than $112,000 in sales tax revenue, according to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. The restaurant was seized by the state last Thursday, Feb. 16, for nonpayment of taxes.
SA Senate resolution on increasing number of signatures required to run for e-board failed to pass Monday, will be revisited at next meeting
After contentious discussions during the senate meeting on Monday, the Student Association Senate failed to pass a resolution that would increase the number of signatures needed to appear on the ballot as a candidate for an executive board office position from 100 to 200.