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FIRST LOOK: A worm’s-eye view captures the October 2013 groundbreaking ceremony for UB’s new downtown School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, slated for completion in 2016. After the speeches, dignitaries got to have a little fun digging in the dirt.
LAST LOOK: From this view shot atop the roof of Squire Hall on the South Campus, you can see the E.B. Green-designed Abbott Hall, home of the Health Sciences Library, to the left, and the Buffalo skyline in the distance. If you squint your eyes, it’s almost as if the center walkway is leading straight to downtown.
A life-saving water purifier. A revolutionary treatment for
stroke. A historic trip to the NCAA basketball tournament. In
countless moments and in myriad ways, we challenged ourselves to