Representatives from 34 colleges and universities across the globe participated in the seismic design competition.
The Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) was derecognized from SA in August, due to an SA error, according to club president Owen Farrell.
With more than 1,300 acres across UB’s three campuses, students have found plenty of places to puff, puff, pass.
Stereotypes such as “lazy” and “stupid” are used by those against the use of marijuana. Those that favor the usage mention “medicinal benefits” and it not being “as dangerous as other drugs.”
The Lighthouse Free Medical Clinic, a student-run nonprofit clinic, provides free healthcare to the uninsured and underserved communities in Buffalo, New York.
Grab your bongs, joints and blunts; it’s every pot head’s favorite holiday.
Darian Bryan is a personal chef for several Buffalo Bills as well as a local restaurateur who works to uplift his community.
From starring on Netflix to starting a cooking business, Smita Chutke puts a spotlight on authentic Indian foodBy AJ FRANKLIN | Apr. 5
With a migraine, less than 45 minutes on the clock and up to $18,500 on the line, Chutke was determined to make it work.
Members of UB’s men’s rugby club couldn’t help but notice the signs plastered on the walls of their Motel 6. “Be aware of human trafficking,” they read.
The gravity of the topics in her speech didn’t stop Blair from speaking with remarkable levity and humor, garnering laughter from the audience all night.
Various campus organizations are holding events to celebrate Women's History Month, which is observed every March.
UB’s men's club ice hockey team has had issues with SA since last semester. In December 2022, the men’s hockey e-board had a hearing with SA after they were fined over $4,000 for skating before the requested funds to rent the rink and referees had been approved.
Professor Martha Bohm, a first-time competitor, won the 12th annual UB Honors College Life Raft Debate
UB alum Hena Doba currently works as a host and anchor for Cheddar News, a financial news network where she highlights the experiences of successful female leaders.
Aaron Maracle and Jessica Mencia host “How to Help a Sexual Assault Survivor” event for UB Health Promotion
India Walton, a current candidate for the Buffalo Common Council’s Masten district and nurse, spoke to a small group of around 20 students on Feb. 27 in the Student Union.