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UB’s production of “Julius Caesar” took a modern twist on the classic Shakespearean play.
A few hours before the Black Student Union’s Black Explosion fashion show, one designer missed their flight due to airport complications and another could only bring three pieces of clothing after a baggage issue.
Campus Dining & Shops is clearing the way toward the future of drinking soda on campus.
Seventy-five students filled out a UB survey last month and wrote that they’re unhappy with their broad-based fees.
Students protested for the African and African American Studies Program Friday afternoon in the Student Union.
William Shakespeare is no stranger on a college campus, but students are taking his work one step further with UB’s newest reimagining.
Michael Bublé joked about singing in the shower and pretending he’s on “American Idol” Wednesday night.
Nearly 50 years after speaking at UB for the first time, political activist Angela Davis visited UB again on Wednesday to relay her message of justice.
Venezuela is in a state of crisis.
No player has more tackles over the last three seasons than Khalil Hodge. At 419 total tackles, he has 73 more than the next-highest player in college football.
The classic Broadway musical “Miss Saigon” brought its renewed production to Shea’s Performing Arts Center. The story takes a critical look at the Vietnam War and the impact of Western interference. The performance offers vibrant set designs and elaborate choreography in the tragedy.
The Buffalo Bulls continue to be the hottest team in town with another win against the Akron Zips on Tuesday night. Buffalo kept a rowdy crowd on the edge of their seats until the final four minutes where it finally took control.
I was under the impression for most of my life that I had to be a “good girl” and that I had to bury myself in order to fit into societal and cultural standards.
People expected little of the Oscars this year.
UB community members discussed the naming of university landscapes, which are sometimes named after people with complicated pasts, during Wednesday’s DIFCON panel.
The University Bookstore partially reopened on Wednesday after Sunday’s windstorm blew the roof off the building and the university is still cleaning up roof debris.
TORONTO — Anderson .Paak is a jack of all trades.