The UB Student Association (SA) extended the deadline for club officer training to Sept. 30 from the original deadline of Sept. 11.
Tuesday’s homicide is the third to occur in University Heights — and the 30th to occur in the City of Buffalo — since the start of 2023, according to data from the city.
King's visit to UB marks his second since being named SUNY Chancellor.
Administrators' responses include "dialogue" with paraprofessionals set to take place tomorrow.
This year's other speakers include the CEO of The Atlantic, a bestselling author and a world-renowned researcher.
The fraternity Sigma Pi, its former UB chapter and three former fraternity members will pay $665,000 to the family of Sebastian Serafin-Bazan to settle a lawsuit over the freshman's 2019 death following alleged hazing.
The UB Bikeshare program’s 50 bicycles aren’t enough to meet rising demand, officials say.
UB says its new parking enforcement system will increase efficiency and decrease waste.
The lawsuit stems from SA’s controversial policy that banned certain clubs, including UB’s YAF chapter, from affiliating with outside organizations.
The student petition, which has garnered more than 300 signatures, demands a student referendum on the policy, calling it “an extreme disservice."
Alika Turton will be the 2023-24 UB Council student representative after beating out four other candidates for the role, according to a Monday email from UB Student Engagement.
UPD believes the rumors were started via text messages before spreading to social media.
Some students said they were disappointed at the last-minute lineup change.
The 3% tuition increases at SUNY and CUNY schools proposed by Gov. Kathy Hochul did not make it into a budget approved by the New York State Legislature on May 2, according to New York State Public Media.
Antisemetic, anti-trans and white supremacist propaganda have appeared at multiple locations around UB’s North Campus in recent weeks.
The city of Buffalo has put together several events to remember the victims of the mass shooting as a part of what the city has named “5/14 Remembrance Weekend of Reflection, Healing & Hope.”
The winner of the UB Council student representative election has declined the position after originally accepting it. A new representative will be chosen in a special election from May 3-5.