Nexus Brings African rhythms to Slee
Music lovers young and old witnessed percussion at its finest Thursday night.Toronto ensemble Nexus visited UB for a day of instruction and performance.
"Greiner, Black Discuss UB on WBFO"
UB President William R. Greiner and Vice President for Student Affairs Dennis Black spent Thursday night discussing transportation, the Millard Fillmore College and tuition and budget concerns on WBFO's "Talk of the University.""To kick off a discussion of tuition policy might be mistaken as [us] advocating a tuition increase this year," Greiner said in response to a question regarding tuition hikes.
Reflections in Black' Captures Racial History on Film
The photography of several contemporary African-American artists is on display in UB's Center for the Arts as part of the "Reflections in Black: Smithsonian African American Photography, A History Deconstructed," exhibit.
Living Up To The Absence of Hype
It's never an easy task living up to hype. You can either roll with the punches or fall through the cracks.
"University Council Addresses Ground Zero, Enrollment and Academic Reputation"
During a meeting Friday to review UB's progress over the past year, the University Council discussed topics ranging from Ground Zero research and the aftermath of Sept.
President Addresses Voting Faculty
Touching on issues ranging from UB's mission as a university to construction on the North and South campuses, UB President William R.
Grapevine: Cheap Eats Just Around the Corner
There are some restaurants only a handful of people can patronize, depending on location, selection and price.