UB hosts events for National Suicide Prevention Week
Student Life is hosting events this week to commemorate National Suicide Prevention Week. The office is hosting four events from Sept. 7-14, which began with an Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention at Canalside on Saturday.
Student Association kicks off International Week with block party
The Student Association kicked off its International Week with an International Students Block Party on Sunday in the Student Union Courtyard. SA is hosting its second-annual International Week Sunday through Saturday, as the block party welcomed students with free food and activities such as a bag toss and mega-sized chess game. The event also featured flags representing different countries decorating the trees around the courtyard. 
Gloss boss
Then, as a freshman, Nembhard started Bad Gyal Cosmetics in May, selling lip products to people across the world.
‘SheaKing’ up UB one hair product at a time
Jorel Cunningham’s afro is rich in moisture and thickness and its sheen of oil could be seen from his roots to the very ends of his hair. Cunningham’s afro could make any afro-lover proud, but it wasn’t always affordable to maintain.
Is the n-word overrated?
Every time I ask my friends not to say “n---a,” I get the following responses: “Oh, you know I didn’t mean it that way,” “It’s part of the song so relax" or “I’m a person of color, so it’s OK.”
One World Café construction to continue through fall semester
After two years of planning, construction for the One World Café began on May 20.  The roughly $20 million project is expected to be completed by August 2021. UB hired CannonDesign, an integrated global design firm, to handle construction for the over 50,000-square-foot cafe. The cafe will be between Capen Hall and Norton Hall on North Campus, causing construction to impact students’ navigation paths starting in the fall. Graham Hammill, vice provost for educational affairs and dean of the graduate school, said construction will be a “large” and “marginalizing” process, as it will affect a large part of North Campus. 
‘Butts suck:’ Students pick up over 30 pounds of cigarette butts on campus
Roughly 50 UB students collected 31.5 pounds of cigarette butts around UB’s North Campus Sunday afternoon. 
Inside One World Café
One World Café will become the “new front door” to North Campus, according to its steering committee. The upcoming global cafe, featuring a “modern” design, will be three floors high with “alternating” food available on two of the floors and seating available on all three.