James Joyce with Sylvia Beach at Shakespeare and Company in Paris, 1922. A landmark exhibition of rarely seen items from the Joyce Collection drew more than a thousand visitors to the UB Anderson Gallery this summer.
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When Flight 3407 fell in Clarence, UB alumni were among legions of Western New Yorkers ready to help
Arts and health-care collaboration brings comfort and imagination to those who are hospitalized
Innovative research into an intractable illness offers hope and encouragement to many
The university is moving forward with a dramatic physical transformation unseen since the 1970s
Participants in first coast-to-coast symposium view the entertainment capital from the inside
Christie’s expert oversees auction of Lincoln manuscript
Scholars at UB tap goodwill for First Lady in book project
Animation artist accepts sacrifices to pursue Hollywood dream
Web edition preparation by Paula Gainey and Mike Sabatino
If students sign up and take their academics seriously, they'll finish in four years or we'll pay tuition for any additional courses, says UB's Andrew Stott.
The human logo symbolizes, for each student, joining together as part of the UB community, says UB's Dennis Black.
UB's Despina Stratigakos recounts how Hitler's inner circle worked to reinvent his image from a solitary oddball to a statesman in her new book, "Hitler at Home."