On-campus students will no longer have access to cable or streaming services provided by Campus Living after June 30, 2022.
UB’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is seeking to change the way its PharmD students get graded.
Monday saw UB’s “LevelUp” gaming lounge open its doors to experienced gamers and curious students alike. The lounge combines a large game room, “gaming console pods” and high-tech computers for work or leisure. Located opposite Lockwood Library, “LevelUp” has its gaming provisions open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and its computing facilities from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
A total of nine candidates — four for president, three for vice president and two for treasurer — are running for positions on the Student Association e-board for the 2022-23 academic year, SA Chief of Staff Will Eaton confirmed in an email Tuesday.
For the first time since New York State implemented its mask mandate on April 15, 2020, no students, faculty, staff or visitors — vaccinated or not — were required to wear masks indoors following UB’s decision to lift its requirement on Saturday.
UB's "student activity fee" helps fund extracurricular activities, student events like Fall and Spring Fest and finances necessary SA services like legal fees. Here’s a list of some of the best-attended events from the last semester-plus.
UB will not require students, faculty, staff or visitors to wear masks “in most settings” on campus “regardless of vaccination status” beginning March 5, Vice President for Student Life Brian Hamluk announced in a school-wide email Wednesday.
Campus Dining is still looking to hire more than 80 employees to staff One World Café, the three-story, 53,500-sq. ft. international-themed eatery located outside of Capen Hall.
Residents of UB’s Flint Village 301 and Hadley Village 110 and 113 were without hot water for a few days in early February as the result of boiler issues.
New York’s statewide mask requirement in schools will be lifted, effective Wednesday, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced in a press conference Sunday afternoon.
Canada will allow fully vaccinated travelers to enter the country with negative COVID-19 rapid test results starting Feb. 28, Canada’s Public Health Agency announced Tuesday.