It was a cold, windy day in Buffalo, but that did not stop over 80 protestors who then marched around Niagara Square, chanting slogans like, “Women, Life, Freedom,” “Justice for Iran” and “What solution? Revolution!”
Ken Jeong discusses comedy, medicine and more in vulnerable 2022-23 Distinguished Speaker Series openingBy AJ FRANKLIN and MERET KELSEY | Oct. 13
Jeong kicked off the 2022-23 Distinguished Speaker Series at the Center for the Arts Tuesday night. Jeong spoke about his unconventional rise to fame to students, faculty and staff at UB.
The Faculty Senate Executive Committee voted unanimously Wednesday in favor of a resolution that would add a two-day fall break during the weekend of Indigenous Peoples’ Day for the 2023-24 academic year.
The Erie County Department of Health will host a monkeypox vaccine clinic on Friday, Oct. 7 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at UB’s Student Health Services building on Maple Road.
UB and UBMD’s Physicians’ Group have created a voluntary online registry for Western New York residents who are 18-years-old and older to report symptoms of long COVID-19, according to UB's website.
The Student Association’s $109 student activity fee will remain mandatory for the 2023-24 and 2024-25 academic years following a student referendum.
A UB Stampede bus struck a pedestrian at the roundabout intersection of Lee Road and John James Audubon Parkway near Greiner Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
UB Council member and New Era CEO Chris Koch was charged with second-degree reckless endangerment and fourth-degree criminal mischief in Buffalo City Court after allegedly driving his car at his girlfriend’s ex-partner in May.
Four candidates will be running for the 2022-23 Student Association Senate. Students can vote until Friday at 4 p.m.
Vice President Kamala Harris visited North Campus Wednesday afternoon, delivering a 13-minute speech in the Center for the Arts.
UB is potentially undercharging over half of its graduate students by mistakenly giving out-of-state students in-state tuition, according to the Office of New York State Comptroller’s (OSC) May 2022 audit.
UB remains in the top 40 public universities for the fifth consecutive year, according to the U.S. News and World Report ranking released Monday.
The voting field remains empty as UB’s Undergraduate Student Association prepares to hold Senate elections from Sept. 19-23.
Fivio Foreign and Yung Gravy will headline this year’s Fall Fest. A third artist will be announced next week.
‘Remain vigilant’: UB monitoring monkeypox threat, tapering COVID-19 restrictions for the fall semesterBy KYLE NGUYEN | Sep. 7
UB is asking students to “remain vigilant” as it looks to grapple with the emergent monkeypox threat, lingering COVID-19 and the regular flu season throughout the semester.
University Police received reports that outside visitors burglarized Lehman Hall in Governors Complex and Richmond Quadrangle in Ellicott Complex, both North Campus residence halls housing predominantly freshmen, early Monday morning.
Goodyear and Clement Halls will remain unoccupied during the 2022-23 academic year due to ongoing renovations.
UB has expanded shuttle routes to include direct service to the Tops on Maple Road and the Asia Food Market on Niagara Falls Boulevard and stops at the new Student Health Services.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch and former president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund Sherrilyn Ifill will headline UB’s 2022-23 Distinguished Speaker Series alongside actors Ken Jeong and Selma Blair.