Black History Month presents broke and busy college students — many of whom don’t have a reliable method of transportation — with extra incentive to support Black on-campus entrepreneurs.
UB is leading the charge in an emerging area of national military and strategic interest: space domain awareness.
The Graduate Student Employee Union staged its Dec. 15 “grade-in” to advocate for a $22,000 minimum stipend and the elimination of broad-based fees.
Lawrence Tabak, who earned his Ph.D. in oral biology and an advanced certificate in endodontics from UB’s School of Dental Medicine, is the acting director of one of the nation’s largest federal agencies.
Students getting their spring semester essentials at Target in the Boulevard Mall will soon find a new storefront nestled between Corelife Eatery and Naan-tastic. Crumbl, a small family owned and operated cookie joint with over 300 locations in 36 states, may very well end up becoming students’ new fix for late-night cookies.
UB President Satish Tripathi made $786,196 in 2020, making him the 40th highest-paid chief executive at a public institution, according to data from The Chronicle of Higher Education.
With a renewed national conversation surrounding the equity of traffic stops and how they can disproportionately impact members of the BIPOC community, UB Deputy Chief of Police Joshua Sticht said in an interview with the The Spectrum that he is pushing for Erie County to create more comprehensive datasets that would allow UPD to track the race, gender and age of the drivers officers stop on the road.
Big Mood, the vegan eatery in Elmwood Village popular among UB students, announced on Instagram that it would close its doors until further notice on Nov. 20 following a break-in. A source familiar with Big Mood confirmed that the plant-based restaurant is permanently closed.
The lunchtime chaos brewing in The Commons each day is a beast to be tamed. For UB alum Austin Lee, the owner of Austin’s Kitchen, opening day only lasted two hours, before the restaurant ran out of ingredients for the day.
On a recent Tuesday night, roughly a half-dozen students moved nimbly through the silent corridors of Clemens Hall, as they searched for clues written in French.
Nojin Kwak became vice provost of international education this August, replacing John Wood, who had served as interim vice provost since 2018.
When Mizin Shin was an MFA student at UB in the mid-2010s, her printmaking focused less on social justice issues, and more on traditional art.
Before coming to UB, Anelya Nazarbayeva didn’t know Buffalo wasn’t a neighborhood in New York City.