In a moment of sheer jubilation, President John B. Simpson and Coach Turner Gill celebrate the UB Bulls’ decisive win over unbeaten Ball State, 42-24, to capture the 2008 MAC Championship December 5 at Detroit’s Ford Field. An elated Warde Manuel, UB director of athletics, looks on.
Photo: Paul Hokanson
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Research team investigates a startling epidemic, while pioneering family focused treatments
Nancy Nielsen, MD ’76, presides over the nation’s most influential physicians’ group as AMA president
Bevy of programs helps students in need reach higher to carve their part of the American dream
Marching band’s pageantry, passion and precision inspire fans and players alike
Celebrating WBFO’s golden anniversary
Former Bulls quarterback is ordained to the priesthood
Retired executive with Time Inc. is sculptor, painter, author
Scholar, activist and teacher offers an inspiring worldview
Community foundation leader draws on her own immigrant story
England's Daily Mail reports on a UB study that found that babies that get upset more easily and take longer to calm down may be at higher risk for obesity.
An aritcle on ABC News about Trump's complicated relationship with the media quotes James Campbell .
An Associated Press story quotes John Tomaszewski about the growing uses for donated bodies.