Addressing concerns and current issues at UB, President William R. Greiner and Vice President for Student Affairs Dennis Black spent an hour fielding questions and sharing their perspectives on the "Talk of the University" radio show on WBFO Monday night.The two administrators spent the first portion of the show discussing the effects of the Sept.
A local group of business leaders flexed their philanthropic muscles, pooling their resources to award scholarships and internships to civic and business-minded UB students.The 43x79 Group, named for Buffalo's geographic latitude and longitude coordinates, is the benefactor of the Build Buffalo Scholarship, in its second year of existence.
The Unofficial UB Network Forum, a tightly knit virtual community, provides a place on the Internet for technically savvy UB students to gather and discuss what's on their minds, exchange information or just blow off steam - all at the speed of thought.Conversations on the forum are typically diverse, with user-generated topics ranging from advanced computer questions to favorite films.
Like the version in our nation's capital, The Little White House, located at 5877 Main St. in Williamsville, is a sizeable but not extravagant building; with its large windows and plain white siding, the building looks like the ordinary home of a prominent family.When I went to dine at The Little White House, I had not yet made the connection with the national power center on Pennsylvania Avenue, so the excess of patriotic memorabilia struck me when I first entered the building.
A New Jersey postal worker was determined to have pulmonary anthrax Sunday, and health officials reiterated their advice that thousands of people who handle mail at their jobs in the District of Columbia take preventive antibiotics.
UB's on-campus radio station, WRUB, soon hopes to expand its program offering with "The Weekly Rub," a public access television show entirely produced by the station's staff.With the weekly show, WRUB intends to reach students via the campus cable network's free channel space, as well as provide its WRUB-TV members a chance to produce a weekly program, according to Brian Milbrand, executive producer of WRUB's TV programming.The show will feature music video programming "[students] cannot see anywhere else," according to Milbrand, along with original films and scripted features on an as-completed basis.
Well, they were close.Last weekend, the women's volleyball team took to the road, and picked up two more losses as they faced Bowling Green University and Central Michigan University.
"This is a new business, and no one has any answers or any real plans on what's the best way to do it." - recently retired CIA senior intelligence officialUncertainty is the prevailing ethos enveloping our nation and its political leadership.
Despite a national decrease in medical school applications, the Medical College Admissions Test continues to play a significant, although not exclusive, role in the medical school admissions process.The competition for acceptance to medical schools is extremely fierce, with the number of applicants to U.S.
UBFootballEastern Michigan 24, Buffalo 20Men's SoccerBuffalo 1, Western Michigan 1Women's Soccerno games scheduledVolleyballBowling Green 3, Buffalo 0Central Michigan 3 Buffalo 0Cross CountryMens: 5th place finish at MAC championshipsWomen: 11th place finish at MAC championshipsProfessionalBuffalo BillsSan Diego 27, Buffalo 24Buffalo SabresMontreal 5, Buffalo 2New Jersey 3, Buffalo 1
The decision of where to live can be a tough choice for students at UB. Living on campus or moving into an off-campus apartment both offer benefits and drawbacks and students are forced to weigh competing considerations in selecting their residence of choice.Living on campus, for example, tends to integrate students more fully into the campus and the university community.
WASHINGTON - U.S. warplanes over Afghanistan are pounding Taliban front-line troops with increasing frequency and to devastating effect, as forces of the fundamentalist Islamic regime move into the open to escape strikes on their hideaways, Defense Secretary Donald H.