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Bones found in UB South Campus excavations reveal history of the land
The findings reveal the history of South Campus and its population before UB’s presence.
Black Thursday
Shoppers on Black Friday wait eagerly to get into their stores of choice.
Soldiers in training
UB ROTC students got the chance to fly to Fort Drum on a military aircraft and experience the simulation of being on the battlefield, including combative, medical and protective training exercises.
Political gladiator
Melissa Kathan, speaker of the SA Assembly, juggles her student government positions on the UB and SUNY levels and graduating early in preparation for a future in the ?political arena.?
Shattering the silence
During the 26th annual Take Back the Night at UB, Angel Rose, a sexual assault survivor and founder and executive director of Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment (PAVE), shared her personal story and educated college students on how they can combat the issue on their own campuses.
Frightening folktales
During last year?s International Fiesta, Filipino American Student Association recreated the tale of manananggal, a mythical creature, which preys on pregnant women.
Ebola examined in latest InFocus discussion
On Friday, Oct. 10, UB students and faculty gathered for the ninth InFocus session to discuss the current widespread Ebola epidemic.
Hong Kong Officials Call Off Talks With Protestors
Caption If Kayo Lee was home in Hong Kong, he?d be sitting on city?s streets baring an umbrella and fighting for freedom to vote without China?s influence. The UB student and senior psychology major is doing his best to be part of the ?Umbrella Revolution? while he is studying in Buffalo. For about two weeks thousands of student protesters have camped out in some of Hong Kong?s busiest streets, using umbrellas as shields from police officer?s pepper spray and tear gas. And now, the meeting with Hong Kong?s government officials protesters have been fighting for will not happen.
Hong Kong Officials Call Off Talks With Protestors
Hong Kong students gathered in the Student Union on Oct. 1 to make posters in support of the ongoing pro-democratic protests. Courtesy Johnathon Lau If Kayo Lee was home in Hong Kong, he?d be sitting on the city?s streets baring an umbrella and fighting for the freedom to vote without China?s influence. The UB student and senior psychology major is doing his best to be part of the ?Umbrella Revolution? while he is studying in Buffalo. For about two weeks thousands of student protesters have camped out in some of Hong Kong?s busiest streets, using umbrellas as shields from police officer?s pepper spray and tear gas. And now, the meeting with Hong Kong?s government officials protesters have been fighting for will not happen.
UB student David Harary creates student-run think tank Center for Development and Strategy
David Harary, a senior economics, geography and international trade major, founded the Center for Development and Strategy to uplift and promote other students. Chad Cooper, The Spectrum David Harary is tired of seeing students? research papers ? his own included ? ?go to waste.?