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Sunday, April 21, 2024
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The Koessler Administration Building on Porter Avenue at D’Youville University, formerly D’Youville College.

D’Youville granted university status

D’Youville College will be known as D’Youville University after the New York State Board of Regents voted unanimously to grant the 114-year old institution approval for the name change on Feb. 15.

UB will hold its 2022 commencement ceremonies from April 29 to May 22.

UB releases 2022 commencement schedule

Graduate and undergraduate students will be able to walk the stage in person from April 29 to May 22, according to UB’s commencement website. The festivities will kick off the day before, with a recognition for veterans and military members at 145 Student Union. Then, the Center for the Arts, Slee Hall, Alumni Arena and the Student Union will play host to nearly two dozen ceremonies and events. 

One World Café will open two eateries — Kali Orexi and Tikka Table — to the public in March.

One World Café opens its doors to students

Three years ago, then-Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Graham Hammill envisioned One World Café as “much more than a place to eat.” Last Monday, UB opened the newly-constructed café to students — with exactly that goal in mind.

Fatoumala Drammeh, 21, died in the fire along with her mother, 19-year-old sister and 12-year-old brother.

UB student dies in Bronx fire

Fatoumala Drammeh, a third-year student studying political science, was among the 17 people killed in a high-rise fire in the Bronx Sunday, UB confirmed in a statement.

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