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The library at Abbott Hall is still in operation over a third of a century since it opened, preserving its history in its collection and architecture. The building features vintage woodwork study areas, like the Austin Flint Reading Room’s carved interior lit up by chandeliers. The library houses students in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences as well as dental students and others.
The Albright-Knox is rewriting art history by celebrating black women artists.
When Heather Petri’s grandfather passed away on Feb. 7, she wanted to say goodbye.
The days of making love to sex dolls that are no better than inflatable pool toys are over. In 2018, sex dolls can love you right back and ask you about your day.
Sal Natale didn’t know much about the Jewish faith before this summer when he travelled to Israel for the Jerusalem Film Workshop. The Department of Media Study graduate was the only person on his team of filmmakers who did not speak any Hebrew.
Fountain drinks are 10 percent smaller this semester than last, but cost the same amount.
As usual, the weather is becoming unbearable. If you’re looking to warm up your spirits and get in fully frigid winter mode, check out some of what Buffalo has to offer this month.
After the ongoing Syrian civil war began earlier this decade, UB alum Ayla Abiad wasn’t sure how to help.
The presence of legendary local avant-garde artist Tony Conrad is still being felt in the Queen City, nearly two years after his passing.
Jade Olusoji, a freshman pharmacy major, doesn’t know anyone who’s eaten laundry detergent pods but has seen jokes about it online.
Mixed media is taking the form of powerful expressionism through a new community collaboration downtown.
The Grammy Awards are back in the Big Apple for the first time in 15 years.
Jazz great Archie Shepp arrived at UB in 1969, with very few references for his ethnomusicology course.
When George Caldwell heard he won a Grammy in 1997, he thought it was a joke.
The UB choral program is under new direction for the first time in 20 years.
All the makings of a historic night were visible at Kleinhans on Thursday night.
UB alum Ruth Bryant still remembers the goosebumps she felt when Martin Luther King Jr. took the stage in Buffalo, 50 years ago.
Oren Sadeh took the stage in front of a crowd of 800 people over the summer. It was his first time performing for a crowd.
At 51, Janet Jackson still has it.
Tom Segura’s comedy travels a myriad of avenues. From podcasts to multiple stand-up specials on Netflix, the Ohio-born comedian spreads jokes in any way he can.