The brothers of the illegal fraternity Sigma Alpha Mu formed a circle around their pledges in the basement of their University Heights home - just off campus.
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Zubair Trabzada found out his mother passed away two months after it happened. He was 14 and spending a year in Orchard Park, N.Y. - living with a host family and experiencing high school in America.
Professor Fred Klaits' students couldn't hear a word he was saying.
A refrigerator unplugged in the middle of the dorm. Boxes, bulletin boards, a fan on her bed. Mouthwash and olive oil across the hall.
Gloria J. Parks Community Center was packed with concerned University Heights citizens, Buffalo Police officers, students and a UB administrator on Monday night.
It was me against a herd of boars.
A month ago, The New York Times touted UB's up-and-coming downtown medical campus as part of the revitalization of the City of Buffalo.
While 7,200 people filed into Alumni Arena to hear President Barack Obama give a speech on Thursday morning, Ph.D. student Subhashni Raj stood nearby protesting.
Three UB students who were arrested in the fall for criminal possession of marijuana, criminal possession of a controlled substance and use of drug paraphernalia have been were dismissed of all charges, according to Buffalo City Court officials.
Next week, UB will begin installing hard-wired carbon monoxide detectors in Richmond Quad, where a carbon monoxide leak poisoned at least 10 students and sent five of them to the hospital on Feb. 17.
UB alumnus James Hamel was almost at the finish line at the Boston Marathon on Monday when he heard an explosion .3 miles away. He didn't stop running. He was about to beat his goal and finish the race in 4 hours and 15 minutes.
Students and faculty stared at Brian Kupferberg and 30 of his Jewish fraternity brothers who walked around school in a single-file line in complete silence, dressed in all black, on Monday afternoon.
On Tuesday, voting began for the Student Association election. Undergraduates flooded the polls to choose between the Spirit and Forward parties.
The Police Benevolent Association of New York State (PBA of New York State), a union that represents 28 SUNY police officers including UB Police, is filing an improper practice charge against UB for not providing campus police on the downtown Medical Campus.
Daniel Brody was sitting on his toilet when a liquid from the upstairs bathroom began leaking on his head.
Freshmen roommates Neil Campbell, Bennett Sciacca and Tijo Mathew - who were poisoned with carbonmonoxide in their Richmond Quad dorm last week - met with a Student Affairs official on Friday and Monday.
Architecture student Chen Lin is so scared living in the University Heights she doesn't go out past dark.
After a carbon monoxide leak in Richmond Quad poisoned 10 students and sent five of them to the hospital Sunday night, UB has made major safety changes in its dorms.