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No.11 Buffalo continued its historic season Monday night when they beat the no.3 Florida State Seminoles 86-65. This marked the program’s first birth to the Sweet Sixteen coming off its first appearance in the round of 32. It was a team effort as all of Buffalo’s starters had 10 points or more.
Maliheh Karamigolbaghi said she often feels homesick and miserable around the Persian New Year, so she wanted to host a Nowruz celebration to help alleviate homesickness that many Iranian students may feel.
Casey Abrams knew just what do when an audience member screamed out a request near the end of his set Saturday night.
No.13 Buffalo lost 93-75 to the no.5 Kentucky Wildcats in the second round of the NCAA tournament Saturday afternoon in Boise, Idaho. The Bulls season comes to an end after setting both the program's wins in a season record and making it further in the the NCAA tournament than any other team in program history.
No.11 Buffalo beat the no.6 South Florida Bulls 102-79 Saturday afternoon in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Tallahassee, Florida. This was the program’s second appearance in the tournament, entering off its first at-large bid. This comes after the men’s basketball team won the program’s first NCAA Tournament game Thursday.
Roughly 70 students gathered in the Student Union theater Thursday evening for a town hall meeting with the SA e-board candidates from the R.E.A.L. party, who are running unopposed.
Rappers A$AP Ferg and Ty Dolla Sign will hit the stage at this year’s Student Association Spring Fest.
No.13 Buffalo beat the no.4 Wildcats 89-68 in Boise, Idaho Thursday night in what was the first NCAA Tournament win in UB basketball history. Junior guard Jeremy Harris, senior guard Wes Clark and junior guard CJ Massinburg all had 19 points or more.
BERLIN –– Ibo Omari is a swastika hunter.
Billie Eilish is redefining what it means to be a pop star.
Roughly 60 students stood in the snowy academic spine to join protesters nationwide for the National School Walkout on Wednesday, one month after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
I remember taking a sick day from school as a kid and learning about Spanish culture, the American justice system and Punnett squares. That’s right fellow ‘90s kids, I’m talking daytime television; an art lost on today’s youth because of the proliferation of streaming services.
After a night of deep cuts and non-singles, “Weird Al” Yankovic gave the Center for the Arts a taste of what makes him so weird.
If it was broke, it could be fixed in the Student Union on Monday.
Betsy DeVos thinks states should not impose regulations on student debt collection agencies, many of which have been accused of unfair consumer practices.
The Bulls have a date with the No. 4 seed Arizona Wildcats and ESPN’s No. 3 ranked prospect in the upcoming NBA draft, Deandre Ayton.
The No. 11 Bulls will play the No. 6 Southern Florida Bulls on Saturday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament after receiving the program’s first at-large bid. This is the Bulls’ second trip to the tournament after winning the Mid-American Conference Championship in 2016.
It will be a battle of the Bulls in the first round of the women’s basketball NCAA Tournament. Buffalo will take on the Southern Florida Bulls on March 17, airing on ESPN2 with tipoff set for 1:30 p.m.
Nearly 24 hours after interviewing with The Spectrum, United Peoples Party, one of two parties initially running in this year’s election, dropped out of the race, Student Association Elections and Credentials Chair Jacob Brown confirmed. U.P.P. dropped out of the race after failing to secure any SA club council endorsements on Monday night.
Andrew Meyer has attended every Student Association Comedy Series since 2015. The event is on March 30 this year, the first night of the Jewish holiday Passover. Meyer will not be able to attend this year’s Comedy Series because he will be home on Long Island for the holiday.