Ten lives were taken and three were injured during a racially motivated mass shooting at the Tops on Buffalo’s East Side Saturday afternoon.
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Ten people were killed and three were injured in a racially motivated mass shooting at the Tops on Buffalo’s East Side Saturday afternoon. It was the deadliest shooting in Buffalo history.
One week after campus descended into chaos in response to Allen West’s controversial speech, “America is not Racist — Why American Values are Exceptional,” UB’s Black Student Union held a “town hall” meeting Monday to discuss the aftermath of that day.
Young Americans for Freedom invited Lt. Col. Allen West to deliver a speech and hold an open Q&A, titled “America is not racist.” In response to West’s anticipated speech, students walked through SU libraries and classrooms wearing signs with slogans like “Racism is Real.”
What once was a campus that enabled students to nap whenever and wherever they wanted, is now being patrolled by the self-proclaimed “sleep police.”
Registration is now open for UB’s seventh annual Step Challenge, a free initiative sponsored by the UB School of Public Health and Health Professions (SPHHP) to encourage UB community members to get outside this spring and exercise.