UB football (3-9, 3-5 MAC) lost its final game of the season against the Eastern Michigan Eagles (6-6, 4-4 MAC) 24-11, at UB Stadium on Tuesday night. The game highlighted the Bulls’ lack of ball security with multiple fumbles and an inability to stop the run. They failed to put points on the board on multiple drives.
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Hundreds of eyes were glued to the projector in the UB Center for the Arts’ Mainstage Theatre. On the screen, a cartoon woman finished an important memo at her desk. As she leaned back in her chair, her work-issued, brain-monitoring earbuds sensed her relaxation and automatically began playing her favorite music.
Nick Thompson’s job has changed a lot in 2023.
Students from across the globe come to live the American college life. They come from different cultures, have no nearby family and often face a great language divide. Do they experience UB in the same way that American students do?
Governors Complex kitchens reopened on Monday after a weeks-long closure following an arson attempt on Oct. 15.
Football (3-8, 3-4 MAC) lost a Mid-American Conference (MAC) matchup against the Miami (OH) RedHawks (9-2, 6-1 MAC) 23-10, at Yager Stadium on Wednesday night. They failed to spoil the RedHawks’ senior night, instead allowing Miami to clinch the MAC-East title.
When Fall Fest first began in 1978, it was a two-day festival of “hours of partying and lines of beer, a tradition that would die out a few years after the drinking age increased to 21 in 1984.”
Men’s basketball (1-2, 0-0 MAC) defeated the Roberts Wesleyan Redhawks (1-2, 0-0 ECC) in a closely contested 89-83 match, breaking the season deadlock. The win marked the team’s first under head coach George Halcovage.
Most college students, at one point or another, struggle to juggle five classes, the never-ending search for an internship, a minimum wage job and a satisfactory social life.
We’ve all been there: you’re sitting in the library, walking down the Spine, trying not to fall asleep in Orgo — and then the Student Union Moe’s hits you. You need to find a bathroom. Fast.
Movie: “The Marvels”
If you’re anything like me, you have a character from a TV show that makes you feel seen. When you watch it, you feel a sense of comfort, feel included in something much bigger than your own life and most importantly — you see yourself.
A driver sustained minor injuries after her vehicle rolled over twice in an on-campus car accident on Hamilton Road around 2 p.m. Wednesday.
A men’s bathroom in UB’s Lockwood Memorial Library is home to a marker-drawn diagram demonstrating a stick figure’s inability to put his feet on the ground due to the height of the toilet. The drawing is captioned, “Lockwood toilets discriminate against short kings.”
It’s that time of the year again.
This past weekend, the Emerging Choreographers Showcase lit up the Katharine Cornell Theater (KCT) with dances that were beautiful, technical and, best of all, not afraid to be unserious.
On a late September afternoon in 1990, Linda Yalem left her Richmond Quadrangle dorm room to go for a run on the Ellicott Creek Trail behind UB’s North Campus.
Women’s volleyball (22-7, 12-5 MAC) lost both road contests against Bowling Green (16-12, 10-7 MAC) this weekend by scores of 3-1 and 3-0. The team now sits in seventh place in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) but is in first place in the Eastern Division.
The UB women’s basketball (1-1, 0-0 MAC) team lost its first road game of the season on Saturday against Old Dominion (2-0, 0-0 SBC) at Chartway Arena in Norfolk, Virginia. The Bulls fell to the Monarchs 59-48.
Men’s Basketball (0-2) dropped to South Alabama (USA) (1-1) 56-70 during their Saturday afternoon game at Alumni Arena. The team is now 0-2 for the first time since the 2013-14 season.