Ten people were killed and three were injured in a racially motivated mass shooting at the Tops on Buffalo’s East Side Saturday afternoon. It was the deadliest shooting in Buffalo history.
Martin Luther King III, the eldest son of Martin Luther King Jr., addressed hundreds of attendees inside the Center for the Arts Tuesday evening.
A university spokesperson and the CEO of the University at Buffalo Foundation, the university’s private endowment fund, separately declined to provide any information about the contracts, including how the UB Foundation paid each speaker for their lectures.
The UB chapter of Young Americans for Freedom postponed a planned speech by conservative political commentator Michael Knowles, the organization’s e-board announced in an email to its members Monday.
City Girls and Polo G will headline Spring Fest Saturday with PnB Rock as their opener.
Masks will continue to be required on buses, trains and other forms of public transportation in New York State “for now,” Gov. Kathy Hochul announced at a press conference in Syracuse Wednesday.
New York State’s $220 billion budget passed on April 7. The budget includes dedicated money for initiatives intended to elevate SUNY into a “nation-leading public higher education system,” according to the state's briefing book.
UB has commenced a “thorough [internal] review of events and activities” surrounding Lt. Col. Allen West’s controversial on-campus speech on April 7, according to a university statement.
A new piece of legislation would reimburse SUNY and CUNY students who were disenrolled from their courses for failing to comply with SUNY’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
The normally still hallways of UB’s North Campus were transformed into a battleground of competing ideologies Thursday, as students attended and protested Lt. Col. Allen West’s speech in the Student Union.
The New York State-run COVID-19 testing site at the Center for Tomorrow building on North Campus closed last Friday, according to the university’s COVID-19 site. The clinic had the capacity to provide 200 tests per day and operated for just under three months.
University Police are responding to Yik Yak posts that threatened violence against students protesting an on-campus speech by Allen West, the university said in a statement.
Over a dozen UB graduate schools and programs continued their upward trajectory in the latest rankings of America’s best graduate schools released by U.S. News and World Report last Tuesday.
The Paul&Pang party won the race for president and vice president of the SA e-board during a five-day election that ended Friday.
Lunay and Shenseea will headline the Student Association’s first Spring Fest small show, according to a Friday post on the SA’s Instagram account.
Registration is now open for UB’s seventh annual Step Challenge, a free initiative sponsored by the UB School of Public Health and Health Professions (SPHHP) to encourage UB community members to get outside this spring and exercise.
Four years after announcing plans to study whether a metro expansion to UB’s North Campus would be feasible, a project manager for Niagara Frontier Transit Authority says the organization is planning to release a draft environmental impact statement this fall.
Fully vaccinated travelers may enter Canada without submitting negative COVID-19 rapid test results starting April 1, Canada’s Public Health Agency announced on March 17.