Fern Mallis, creator of New York Fashion Week and UB alum, spoke in Hayes Hall as part of UB’s new “Lessons Learned” alumni speaker series. Mallis spoke on Thursday about her successes in the fashion industry and time as a UB student.
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Senior center James O’Hagan stands tall after a play. The tattoo on his left shoulder is a bald eagle in front of a waving American Flag. The tattoo represents his love for the country and American values.
Redshirt freshman Aapri Washington readies himself before the snap of the ball. The Bulls take on the Army Black Knights for the third consecutive year at 12 p.m. on Saturday.
Senior center James O’Hagan stands tall after a play. The Bulls offensive line has yet to allow a sack this season, a key part to Buffalo averaging over 400 yards and 39 points per game on offense.
The UB defensive line meets Eastern Michigan at the line of scrimmage. Senior defensive end Chuck Harris, wearing number 41, finished the best game of his collegiate career with eight tackles, two and a half sacks and a forced fumble.
UB alumnus Marcus Yam talked to faculty, students and staff about changing his career from an engineer to an award-winning photographer.
Monday evening former NASA chief Charles Bolden talked to a group of students, educating them about Buffalo Niagara’s rich aerospace and aviation history.
University Police have been patrolling South Campus more since the stabbing on Dec. 1. Students living in the University Heights wish more Buffalo Police were patrolling the neighborhood.
UB faculty members are currently petitioning to make UB a sanctuary campus.
Dr. Walter Hakala, an assistant professor of English and Asian studies, has incorporated his childhood travels into his teaching.
Faculty and enthusiasts celebrated the 400th anniversary of Shakepeare's and Cervantes' deaths in the Center for the Arts. After the readings there was a celebration downtown where UB theater students performed selections from "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" and "Return From the Lost Planet."