The thick weeds and ungainly overgrowth of urban wilds are not
usually mentioned in the same breath as the manicured lawns and
trimmed shrubs of formal gardens, but these disturbed landscapes
have qualities and value that are illuminated through an audio art
piece produced by a University at Buffalo professor and a Harvard
Human societies invest color with intense meanings. Color,
like gender, is associated with virtually all aspects of identity:
health, emotions, intelligence, status, class, race, nation,
religion, and aesthetic taste.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – This year the 2014 Annual Friends of the
University at Buffalo Health Sciences Library Program will host
noted scholar, Brandy Schillace, PhD, research associate at the
Dittrick Medical History Center and Sages Teaching Fellow at Case
Western Reserve University.
The University at Buffalo Confucius Institute will celebrate the
fifth anniversary of its founding with a spectacular performance of
music, dance and opera in honor of the Chinese Moon Festival, as
well as the birthday of the esteemed Chinese philosopher
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Attention lifelong learners! In a town
well-known for its conferences and festivals, here’s one
dedicated to the thousands of migrants — many of them
refugees — from all continents who continue to globalize the
country, change its face and contribute to the cultural life of
Buffalo as they have for 200 years.
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