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A mural of James Joyce is presented downtown as part of a larger initiative to heighten awareness of the UB James Joyce Collection, the world’s largest assemblage of manuscripts and materials by and about the famed author, and to raise funds for a Joyce museum in Abbott Hall. PHOTO BY MEREDITH FORREST KULWICKI
Students hone their skills in UB’s new lounge for “esports,” or competitive gaming, in Hadley Village. The space allows gamers to develop teamwork and sharpen their strategy. It also supports UB’s varsity teams in the Esports Collegiate Conference, representing 12 universities. PHOTO BY DOUGLAS LEVERE
The College of Arts and Sciences holds commencement exercises in UB Stadium for graduates of humanities and social science programs. Seventeen livestreamed, outdoor ceremonies were held this month for about 6,000 graduates, with COVID safety protocols in place for each event. PHOTO BY DOUGLAS LEVERE
A butterfly is released during a ceremony honoring those who donated their bodies to the Anatomical Gift Program, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Family members and UB representatives commemorated the donors’ generosity in the cause of medical science. PHOTO BY DOUGLAS LEVERE
Students and families move carts packed with their belongings into Governors Residence Halls on the North Campus. After a year-and-a-half of mostly remote instruction, UB implemented health and safety protocols to ensure a safe and successful 2021-22 academic year. PHOTO BY DOUGLAS LEVERE
Rodney M. Grabowski, vice president for university advancement, hosts a livestream event from the Center for the Arts, following announcement of a $1 billion goal for the Boldly Buffalo campaign and surpassing the initial $650 million target. More than 400 people logged in to celebrate. PHOTO BY DOUGLAS LEVERE