Students want Center for the Arts tunnel despite abandoned plans
Sitara Babury calls her walk from the Center for the Arts the “most dreadful” part of her day.  And the senior psychology major says the walk only gets worse during the frigid months in Buffalo, as UB doesn’t have an indoor walkway connecting the CFA to the rest of the campus. 
Hypocritical feminism
Today, we are at the peak of the women’s equality movement.  More women are in political office than ever before and women’s rights are a constant conversation. It’s no secret women are on the rise and these successes are due to strong women defying the odds, both big and small.
Muslim Student Association hosts domestic violence workshop
The Muslim Student Association held “Love Shouldn’t Hurt,” a domestic violence workshop Friday, which featured guest speakers Sheikh Isma’il and April Arman.  Muslim Women’s Council, a sub-group of MSA, organized the event as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
A letter from the former fat girl
I was always the resident fat girl, and I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t trying to get rid of that title. So, coming into my second semester of my freshman year (spring 2018), I decided to start living a healthier lifestyle. 
iMacs with Adobe Creative Cloud now available to students
UB Information Technology installed 42 new iMacs with Adobe Creative Cloud in the Lockwood Cybrary and on the third floor of the Oscar Silverman Library at the beginning of the semester.
Four women speak their truths through UB Art Gallery
Women were not allowed into art school until the late 1800s. Almost 200 years later, UB’s Department of Art created an exhibit to help give women in art a voice.
John Hannibal remembers when he was 12 years old and the other kids would be playing video games, while he was home learning how to produce music.  He wanted to do something "cool" and "different." Music was his avenue to do that.