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Daniel Edwards, BSU vice president, helps prepare food at the club’s annual BBQ on Sunday.
The Sign-A-Bull program would have been 8 years old this year under Student Engagement. Bulls appear across campus and feature hundreds of signatures from graduating seniors.
(Left to right) Adam Kellerman and Yusef Burgos are co-owners of The Cellar. Burgos is ‘17 UB alum and runs The Cellar, owns shoe cleaner brand Scuffed Up and works as a risk assurance associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers, a multinational accounting firm.
UB Commons Inc. is requesting a 57% decrease in its property value assessment, which the Town of Amherst valued at $7.5 million.
Men’s Ice Hockey club presents plea to remain recognized. The Student Association senate voted against derecognizing the club at its Friday meeting.
Senior Psychology student Sarah Bienstock, showing two of her eight tattoos.
oSTEM members sit outside the Student Union on Wednesday. oSTEM members said the club can reach a different demographic that LGBTA events cannot.
CDS’ new “drink-thru” lids offer an alternative for students who wish to reduce plastic straw consumption.
UPD Deputy Chief Josh Sticht talks about how the possible legalization of marijuana will be policed on campus.
UB Presidential Scholar Jonathan Garriques speaks at the civil rights exhibit in Silverman library. Garriques and other students conducted research for "Revolution."
Graham Hammill (front center), vice provost for Graduate Education and dean of the Graduate School, sits among other UB administrators as Living Stipend movement members protest behind him.
The golf tee on top of Baldy Hall is one of UB’s hidden treasures on North Campus.
Michael Boakye-Yiadom, a research fellow at the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration at Ghana’s University of Cape Coast, speaks during the inaugural Global Partner Studio institute.
The Puffer Grove, located on North Campus, is one of a number of “secret” locations students don’t tend to use. The grove features a moderate display of environmental growth, and has shades of serenity despite the nearby highway.
UB President Satish Tripathi speaks to hundreds of attendees at the Boldly Buffalo event at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. The campaign, the largest in UB and SUNY history, has now raised $465 million toward UB's $650 million goal.
Sommers, a self-proclaimed “equality feminist,” spoke about rape culture, toxic masculinity and the importance of factual information on Tuesday night.
Students braved the cold to taste poutine, kabobs and mac and cheese at SA’s annual Buffalo Untapped.