As we all inch closer to graduation, the prospect of working for corporate America becomes less and less appealing.
Students’ dining options keep getting thinner.
Sept. 15 marked the start of National Hispanic American Heritage Month. For students looking to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Hispanic Americans or learn more about Latinx/Hispanic culture, UB and the Buffalo community are hosting everything from mixers and movie nights to academic lectures.
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.
Students sat by their easels and turned on their cameras for Student Association’s virtual paint and Q&A event with rapper Lil Yachty Saturday night.
Only seven students held signs asking UB administrators for academic relief as part of a UB Feeling Burnt Out demonstration at Flint Loop Wednesday.
The UB President’s Advisory Council on Race offered its first virtual public forum Monday.
Students placed their faith in environmental engineering professor John Atkinson to propel the future of humanity forward during UB’s 10th annual Life Raft Debate Wednesday.