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They get to know more about the city of Buffalo, which is huge for us.

UB Athletic Director Mark Alnutt discusses with Buffalo Business First how the Bulls upcoming bowl game puts the national spotlight on UB and Buffalo, especially for prospective students.

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This is Guantanamo on domestic soil. The government is trying to detain him as long as it wants.

UB legal scholar Nicole Hallett discusses with The Daily Beast how a convicted foreign terrorist has been detained in a Batavia, N.Y., prison for months after the completion of his sentence.

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The difference we observed between these two groups was equal to about one year of bone aging.

Epidemiologist Heather Ochs-Balcom discusses with The New York Times her study comparing bone health in postmenopausal women who slept five hours a night to that in women who slept seven  

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This myth of artist-as-solitary-genius has rendered invisible the labor of countless 'others,' usually women and other subordinated people.

Gender scholar Kari Winter writes in The New York Times that Martin Scorcese's comments about franchise films help perpetuate the myth that art is produced only by individuals

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We have an opportunity to do something that hasn’t been done here, at this school and in our program.

UB football coach Lance Liepold speaks to The Buffalo News about the Bulls' chance to win their first bowl game Dec. 20 against Charlotte in the Bahamas

A young student creating art with colorful paper, classmates in background.
UB SNAPSHOT Budding Builders

UB architecture students teach third graders from Buffalo’s Futures Academy about form and shape as part of a program to introduce the profession and inspire appreciation for the built environment.

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