UB’s climate captains came together on Earth Day to discuss the changes the university will need to make in order to reach its goal of net-zero emissions by 2030.
@ubmunchies is a one-stop nutrition resource for students launched by five PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics) minors seeking to advocate for healthy and affordable food options and tackle food insecurity on campus.
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month aims to celebrate and recognize the culture, history and achievements of the AAPI community. With May finally here, celebrate with events run by UB’s Intercultural and Diversity Center (IDC) and organizations across Western New York.
When a UB student goes into crisis at 2 a.m., they will more often than not end up calling University Police, not UB Counseling.
As the golden hours of summer awake from hibernation, UB student dock workers rejoice.
Finding a fit for a job interview can be a struggle, especially for college students. In an effort to reduce the barriers students’ face in obtaining professional clothing, while preventing waste in the process, UB Sustainability created Hired in February.
UB has no plans to reinstate a mask mandate on campus unless a new COVID-19 variant of concern emerges, according to Dr. Thomas Russo, chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases in the UB Department of Medicine.
One week after campus descended into chaos in response to Allen West’s controversial speech, “America is not Racist — Why American Values are Exceptional,” UB’s Black Student Union held a “town hall” meeting Monday to discuss the aftermath of that day.
Young Americans for Freedom invited Lt. Col. Allen West to deliver a speech and hold an open Q&A, titled “America is not racist.” In response to West’s anticipated speech, students walked through SU libraries and classrooms wearing signs with slogans like “Racism is Real.”
‘It’s a language that allows me to physically outlet all the emotions I have’: Zach Carr finds comfort in martial artsBy KAYLA STERNER | Apr. 13, 2022
For more than a decade, Zach Carr’s ego swam in a pool of anger. But today, he has finally found his inner peace. His deadliest weapon in combating the monsters in his head? Muay thai.
Twenty-eight UB students have died by suicide since the fall 2007 semester, with 10 of those deaths having occurred since the start of the 2019-20 academic year and three during the 2021-22 academic year, according to data from UB’s Office of Student Conduct and Advocacy.
Throughout April, UB Sustainability is hosting events focused on the celebration of a more sustainable future while acknowledging the challenges of the present. Each event during the month corresponds to one of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
When the CVS in the Commons closed its doors in January, The Elli convenience store in Ellicott Complex became the only place on campus where students could purchase dish soap and a snack in the same transaction.
UB Hacking 2022, an annual 24-hour computer engineering competition hosted by the UB Hacking club, tasks teams with writing a code based on a computing concept or issue of their choice.
What once was a campus that enabled students to nap whenever and wherever they wanted, is now being patrolled by the self-proclaimed “sleep police.”