If you’ve been working your tail off this semester or want to celebrate with your departing friends, here’s your chance. There’s a number of commencement ceremonies happening in the final days of the school year.
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I remember when I was in elementary school and performed in yearly school plays. I would hand my mom the pamphlets and she would mark down the dates and times. I didn’t expect her to come because the plays were in English, but I always saw her in the back row supporting me.
UB stands on traditional Seneca Nation land but not a single sign lets students know this. Only one building –– Red Jacket –– hints at UB’s indigenous past. On campus, American Indian students and faculty struggle to see themselves and their heritage represented and to have their stories told.
Cold temperatures didn’t stop over 1,000 people from enjoying food and beverages outside on Sunday.
UB students, faculty and staff don’t have enough access to on-campus menstrual products.
Quick, cheap and unhealthy meals have long plagued college students’ diets. We put our obligations as students before our health, from easy macaroni and cheese boxes to Domino’s pizza.
Fire alarms are sounding in university residence halls at an alarming rate.
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.
Cryptocurrency -- digitalized money or assets -- is unique in the financial market because its value is not backed by any banks or government.
When I was a child, hide-and-seek was one of my favorite games. Hiding in dark alleyways and having an amused fear of being found was innocent child’s play.
When Sankara Daly told his dad he wasn’t sexually active, he was ready for an open discussion about sex. Instead, his father handed him a book.
At the 2017 Winter Gala, my date and I were standing in line to have our photos drawn as a caricature. It was a crowded room and there wasn’t a clear cut line for each caricature artist. As our turn approached, we stood next to a couple who also thought it was their turn. After a quick conversation between my date and the couple, my date sat down to have his portrait drawn.
When spring break comes around, some UB students look forward to one thing: volunteering.
Student Association’s Winter Gala has been an eagerly anticipated event for UB students since the tradition began in 2001, but many students will be unable to attend this year after the 800 tickets to the event sold out within two days.
I used the forbidden word only once. The moment the word escaped my mouth, I felt a cold awakening of the pain I just inflicted.
Dressing up as someone else can be the best way for some to feel like themselves and escape the stresses of daily life.
UB’s Campus Dining and Shops (CDS) hosted a food drive to raise donations for the Food Bank of Western New York, in honor of World Food Day on Monday. Stacks of cans and pasta filled the table next to Capen Café as students donated food items throughout the day.
Vice President for Student Life Scott Weber introduced Marcus Yam, a nationally recognized news photographer, by saying, “a degree is not an identity or a destiny.”
A stone buffalo and two Chinese stone lions, a traditional symbol of protection, stand in front of Asia Food Market to welcome its new customers.
Leaves are changing and pumpkin spice lattes are taking eminent domain. Fall is on its way.