State audit report finds roughly $900,000 of 'questionable' UB transactions
Roughly $900,000 in UB transactions between 2016 and 2018 are “questionable,” according to a 20-page audit report released by the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) Friday.
The transactions primarily come from UB’s contractual relationships with the UB Foundation (UB Foundation Activities, Inc.) and Corr Distributors, Inc. (custodial equipment maintenance) between April 2016 and Sept. 2018. The report’s key findings criticize the university for its “poor monitoring of spending and contracting practices” which “resulted in potential lost savings and cost avoidance,” among other things.
Build me up, buttercup, baby,’ post less pictures of buildings
Buffalo has no living residents, at least that’s what you would assume browsing anything related to UB.
Think “A Quiet Place 2” except there’s no John Krasinksi, in fact, there’s nobody at all.
But who needs ‘em, right? At least we have white columns, bricks from the 1980s and decades-old infrastructure.
Black Student Union e-board to use history to enrich the present
The Black Student Union is one of UB’s oldest and the largest minority clubs.
With thousands of students taking part over its 50-plus year history, BSU’s incoming e-board hopes to retain, grow and flourish its reach in the year ahead. The Spectrum sat down with its four student leaders to discuss what’s ahead, why they joined and the value of their organization in 2019.