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Rent at Flickinger Court and Creekside Village will increase by 3 percent for the 2018-19 school year, according to Campus Living’s website. The rate hike comes in the midst of an ongoing movement by graduate students to demand higher stipends from the university.
2018 saw the women’s basketball team call the program’s greatest season to a close.
An exciting NCAA basketball season is less than a week away from wrapping up. The Final Four will take place in San Antonio, Texas this weekend to determine the national champion. One matchup will see two No. 1 seeds face each other when the Kansas Jayhawks and Villanova Wildcats meet-up at 8:49 p.m. on Saturday. But Saturday’s first matchup will be between the No. 3 seed Michigan Wolverines and the Cinderella story of the tournament, the No. 11 seed Loyola-Chicago at 6:09 p.m.
The elevator in Red Jacket building four has been malfunctioning since the beginning of the fall semester.
The number of UB students living on campus has grown steadily, evident as underclassmen begin to spill over into traditionally upperclassmen complexes. And yet as of last fall, UB has cut funding for the student organization that supports resident life programming by more than $10,000.
I’ve never been a “good Jew.”
Over the last two years, students have prevented more than five tons of material from being dumped into landfills.
After a national search, UB has named Tom Tiberi as the university’s new director for Campus Living, effective March 12.
When Arielis Rosales removed a painting from her wall as a freshman in Wilkeson Hall, she said some of the wallpaper came off.
UB may slash the number of students admitted this spring through its Educational Opportunity Program by roughly 50 percent, in response to state budget cuts to the tune of $5 million across SUNY campuses, according to Lee Melvin, UB’s vice provost for enrollment.
Fire alarms are sounding in university residence halls at an alarming rate.
While students were off on spring break, UB welcomed Poké Factory as the newest addition to its culinary scene. It fills the space in the Commons previously occupied by Marco’s Italian Deli, which closed last year.
Craig Cygan believes getting rid of students’ worst enemy requires man’s best friend.
Editor’s note: This is a follow-up piece to an article published in 2015 called “Man vs. bowl,” a ratings rundown of bathrooms along the Academic Spine.
From opener Daniel Caesar to headliners A$AP Ferg and Ty Dolla $ign, Spring Fest features a mix of R&B and hip-hop on May 5.
For some, the upside-down cone filling in a pothole near the UB Commons is simply that: an upside-down cone. For online lover of cones Kalil Hendel, it’s “a sharp, absurdist commentary on the complex relationship between issues of public safety and the establishment response.”
SA e-board candidates are running unopposed for the first time since 2015, but that does not give students an excuse to be apathetic.
Julia Bottoms said she believes art will save us from our own ignorance.
Survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Feb. 14 shooting Justin Colton and Ryan Walsh rallied with more than 1,000 students and demonstrators at Buffalo’s “March for Our Lives” on Saturday. Colton said the day of the shooting was “just crazy.”
The no.11 Bulls lost 79-63 to the no.2 South Carolina Gamecocks in the Sweet Sixteen round of the NCAA Tournament at the Times Union Center in Albany, New York Saturday. The game marked the first Sweet Sixteen appearance for the Buffalo program and the first time the Bulls played a reigning NCAA champ with last year’s winner, South Carolina.