From rippling waters to portraits formed from flowing colors, the Beyond Van Gogh exhibit in Williamsville’s Eastern Hills Mall offers visitors the opportunity to walk through a mesmerizing and animated version of Vincent Van Gogh’s life and works.
Despite leaving her dorm 30 minutes before her lecture to get breakfast at 8:30 a.m., freshman biomedical sciences major Dina Dahhan had to settle for a partly frozen Smucker’s Uncrustables sandwich from the vending machine.
The Buffalo Chips formed as an a cappella group 26 years ago under the name “Cadence” after members of the UB Choir wanted a musical activity that “was more fun, and not necessarily as organized or classicalist as choir.”
At first glance, a murder in 20th century rural Nebraska and the COVID-19 pandemic may seem unrelated, but UB’s Department of Theatre and Dance made a connection in its spring production of “Trifles.”
In 2019, Lana Del Rey solidified herself as one of the great American singer-songwriters with her critically acclaimed album, “Norman F---ing Rockwell.” Now, after a year of controversies, Del Rey has reasserted her music prowess and public presence with “Chemtrails Over The Country Club.”
Gianna Damico has a résumé that would impress even the most accomplished student: she’s a presidential scholar, pole vaulted for UB’s Division I track and field team, is interning at the Jacobs Institute, studied abroad in Italy and has been a student ambassador for the Honors College.
What do the president of a Vermont historical society, a Ph.D. student from Mali and a UB professor have in common? The answer: “Labor’s Fruit.”