Univeristy Goals On Track Despite Sept. 11 Attacks
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.
Alumni Fund New Generation of Giving
Continuing efforts to raise $250 million for UB, the Generation to Generation campaign is on the way to meeting its goal and administrators remain hopeful about the campaign's ultimate success.The campaign - the first of its kind to incorporate both national and international alumni and be completely volunteer-run - began in 1996 with a monetary goal of $250 million.
Incoming Freshmen Faced Higher Standards
UB's current freshman class, culled from the school's largest applicant pool ever, ranks among the most accomplished in university history."Our mean score for the SAT has gone steadily up and acceptance rate has gone steadily down," said Sullivan.UB admitted 68.9 percent of its applicants last fall, down from 81.6 percent in 1997.
Feelings of Fear: Reflections on the Impact of War on UB
Almost a decade ago, with the United States facing the possibility of war in the Persian Gulf, the UB community's response was in some ways similar and some ways starkly different from its present state.UB President William R.
Moliere On Love and Marriage - Courtship 1600s-style
Black lights, comical masks, loud voices, and hearty laughter: nestled in Buffalo's downtown theater district, the Irish Classical Theater has supplied theater-goers with a delightful, humorous treat with its production of Moliere's "School for Wives."Derek Mahon's translation of this 17th century French play is set entirely in the town square of Avignon, France.