For years, UB students have harbored an intense aversion to entering Lake LaSalle without the protection of a kayak’s hull. When some brave soul takes the plunge into LaSalle’s murky waters, the reactions are fearful:
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The UB Student Association (SA) extended the deadline for club officer training to Sept. 25, and then again to Sept. 30, from the original deadline of Sept. 11. As of the morning of Sept. 12, some clubs still did not have access to training.
Despite earning recognition in his field, winning a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship and dedicating years of his life to his work, Eduardo Mercado III, isn’t particularly fond of researching whale songs.
The normal bustle of the Student Union was interrupted by something no onlooker had ever seen: a drag queen leading a campus tour group.
The science of attraction: How Lance Rintamaki turned years of research into one of UB’s most unorthodox courses
Only one class at UB sends students to a strip club, discusses dinosaur pornography and has students talk to parents about “the talk”: COM 492, “The Science of Attraction.”
There are endless rumors about UB’s Ellicott Complex — that the architect was on acid or that his child helped him design it, for example.
UB Medical School club organizes ‘Joyous Rebellion Dance Party’ to support trans community members in wake of Michael Knowles’ on-campus speech
OUTpatient, an LGBTQ club from UB’s Jacobs School of Medicine, organized a different kind of protest to Michael Knowles’ on-campus speech. Proud to see how quickly undergraduates organized their large protest outside Slee Hall, the medical students wanted to give students another option.
Imagine two scenarios: in the first, you’re surrounded by friends at a concert. You’re all jumping, dancing, and singing. You can feel the music in your soul. You feel amazing, the world’s problems have melted away, and you’re pretty sure the performer just locked eyes with you.
UB students will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to mark their ballots for the 2022 midterms.
Edreys Wajed is serious about his art. So serious that he put his life on hold — and everything on the line — to collaborate on his first professional mural, “Freedom Wall.”