One World Café, a three-story, 53,500-square-foot dining hall boasting international fare and community dining spaces, will cost $38.7 million.
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The Student Association Board of Directors voted Wednesday to remove Hobby Council Coordinator Zackary Graham from SA and revoke the remainder of his $5,850 stipend.
Nojin Kwak will serve as UB’s next vice provost for international education, UB announced in a news release Tuesday.
Chanse Robinson, a former UB men’s basketball player who left the program last month after a semester-long run on the team, is facing kidnapping and assault charges in a Louisiana court.
This year, UB’s dorms and campus apartments will offer winter break housing at nightly rates comparable to those of the Red Roof PLUS+ and other area motels.
You’re caught up in the frenzy of holiday shopping, but you already took a hammer to your piggy bank.
UB has 100 confirmed active on-campus cases of COVID-19 among students and employees, according to the university's COVID-19 dashboard.
Mail-in voting practices, which date back to the Civil War, were also the target of myriad social media attacks alleging fraudulent ballot counting and ballot burning in key swing states. The allegations, compounded with the stresses and uncertainties of first-time voting, left many students wondering whether their voices would be heard.
Compass pointing to Mecca before prayer.