UB explores auditory links between politics, history in Baird Hall
Faculty from around the country discussed music, technology, history and politics in Baird Hall on Monday during a symposium.
Radical queer histories rediscovered, remembered throughout Buffalo
UB community members gathered this past weekend to discuss influential moments in local LGBTQ and feminist history. On Friday and Saturday, UB’s Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies, the English department and history department, among others, hosted a symposium, street tour and archival tour of Buffalo’s queer, transgender and feminist milestones. The departments held the event on Friday and Saturday on South Campus, at Buffalo State College and throughout downtown Buffalo.
Humans of UB: Felicia Vanier
For soft-spoken sophomore Felicia Vanier, style is about showing off statement pieces in subtle ways.  Vanier, an environmental engineering major, said she is both reserved in her attitude yet outspoken with her words. The Queensbury, New York native’s personality informs her laid-back and eclectic style, as well. She puts a feminine twist on casual staples like jeans and t-shirts by adding floral prints and delicate jewelry.