The stabbing was "justifiable" under New York State self-defense laws, the Erie County DA said.
The Student Association (SA) Senate passed a highly-contested resolution last Monday to remove an election rule that prohibited campaigning for SA positions in forums with 10 or more non-candidates without approval from the Elections and Credentials Chair.
Dr. Marcelo W.B. Araujo will step into his new position on May 15.
The Student Association (SA) rejected a 30-page proposal that would’ve amended the SA’s by-laws that would’ve changed the appointing process for council coordinator positions, allowing the SA president to hire them directly.
UB Medical School club organizes ‘Joyous Rebellion Dance Party’ to support trans community members in wake of Michael Knowles’ on-campus speechBy DOMINICK MATARESE and ALEXANDRA SACCONE | Mar. 11
OUTpatient, a LGBTQ club from UB’s Jacobs’ School of Medicine, organized a different kind of protest to Michael Knowles’ on-campus speech.
The auditorium had reached full capacity, leaving some who waited in line unable to attend the event.
Young Americans for Freedom hosted Michael Knowles, a conservative political commentator, on Thursday night in Slee Hall. Hundreds of students gathered to protest the speech.
Conservative political pundit Michael Knowles spoke at Slee Hall on UB’s North Campus as a guest speaker invited by the UB chapter of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) Thursday night.
The protester, who is not affiliated with UB, was charged with harassment, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
The data breach of UB Box Office’s third party vendor, AudienceView, may have compromised customer information from August 2022 to February 2023, an investigation by the UB Information Security Office found.
Attendees will have to pass through security checks and be wanded.
UB Equity, Diversity and Inclusion office receives ‘steady stream’ of complaints ahead of Micheal Knowles’ appearanceBy KIANA HODGE | Mar. 8
The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) received a “steady stream” of calls, emails and contact forms regarding conservative commentator Michael Knowles’ speech slated for this Thursday, according to EDI Director Sharon Nolan-Weiss.
University Police conclude investigation into events surrounding Allen West speech with no charges filedBy GRANT ASHLEY | Mar. 8
The Erie County District Attorney’s office announced it won’t press charges against any individuals in connection with the events surrounding Allen West's speech last semester.
Knowles, a host at The Daily Wire, has drawn national and local criticism after delivering a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in which he said that “transgenderism must be eradicated from public life entirely.”
A lawyer for the family confirmed that a grand jury has been convened in connection with the case.
UB students with religious and medical exemptions no longer have to undergo mandatory weekly surveillance testing as of the fall 2022 semester.
Campus Dining soft-reopened two dining locations — Whispers Café and Hubies — on Feb. 27, and both locations started their normal operating hours Monday.
UB won’t cancel Michael Knowles’ on-campus speech over CPAC ‘transgenderism’ remarks despite backlash from university communityBy GRANT ASHLEY | Mar. 7
UB won’t bar conservative political commentator Michael Knowles from speaking on campus because of its need to “uphold the principles of the First Amendment,” the university said in a statement Sunday.
Reconstruction will likely take place over the next three to five weeks.
Some UB house staff said that they have “continuously been overworked and underpaid” on an anonymously created website.