Undergraduate students who attended UB during the COVID-19 pandemic are returning for subsequent semesters at some of the lowest rates the university has seen dating back to 2009.
‘There’s just no information flowing’: Math department TAs struggle with new duties, unclear communicationBy JASMIN YEUNG | Nov. 2
Graduate TAs in the math department are frustrated with a lack of communication from the department’s administrative board members.
Engineering professor Matthew Burge, who was removed as an instructor from all his classes over two weeks ago, is still a university employee, UB spokesperson John DellaContrada said in a statement to The Spectrum.
University Police have not taken any suspects into custody in connection with a stabbing that took the life of a Buffalo State College sophomore outside of the Ellicott Complex, a UB spokesperson said Wednesday.
UB Amnesty's International walk was held on Friday to protest human rights violations occurring in Palestine and American foreign military aid policy.
One worker at DMG Investments says it was clear from the start that construction would not finish in time for the beginning of the fall semester.
The UB community was shaken up by the fatal stabbing that resulted in the death of Buffalo State College student Tyler Lewis outside of the Ellicott Complex Friday night.
Students bound to a lease agreement with Air Buffalo face an uphill legal battle as they continue to wait for their apartments.
Fifteen University Police officers used force a total of 24 times in connection with nine incidents during the 2021-22 academic year.
UB students will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to mark their ballots for the 2022 midterms.
UB sees increase in residential fire incidents, decrease in burglary, liquor and drug violations in 2021By JASMIN YEUNG | Oct. 19
A breakdown of UB's 2021 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
UPD says it has ‘made significant progress in identifying individuals involved’ in Ellicott stabbingBy GRANT ASHLEY | Oct. 19
UPD said in a statement that it has “made significant progress in identifying individuals involved” in Friday's fatal Ellicott stabbing.
Passionate protests broke the silence in the Student Union Monday evening as roughly thirty demonstrators, many with signs, marched around the first floor. “Justice for Iran,” they chanted. “Say her name. Mahsa Amini!”
Satish Tripathi proclaimed that UB is on track to become a top 25 public research university, achieve $1 billion in research funding and achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.
UB hosts prospective students on North Campus, cancels tours of residence halls hours after fatal stabbingBy MORGAN S.T. ROSS | Oct. 16
UB proceeded with its fall 2022 Open House Saturday, less than 24 hours after a fatal stabbing at the Ellicott Complex residence halls.
The victim in a fatal stabbing outside of the Ellicott Complex Friday night has been identified as Tyler Lewis, a Buffalo State College student from Baldwin, NY.
A male victim was fatally stabbed in the chest at Moody Terrace outside of Richmond Quad at around 7:30 p.m. Friday night.
Police believe that suspects have fled the area, but say that there is “no imminent danger to [the] university community.”
Students protested the SA’s new Ticketing and Merchandise Sales Policy on Friday, which prevented LASA from selling discounted tickets to non-undergraduate students.