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The New York Times quotes UB's Nellie Drew, who says professional sports leagues are in a tough position when it comes to fantasy sports.


USA Today spoke with UB's Nellie Drew about what's next for daily fantasy sports.


UB's Emily Grijalva looks at why disagreeable people are more likely to become leaders on NPR's Marketplace.


The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at the role UB's School of Architecture and Planning has played in Buffalo's renaissance.  


UB's John Violanti has put the suicide rate for officers in 2012 at 16 per 100,000 people. That's higher than the overall rate of 13 per 100,000 people.


"The more and more people who invest in you, the more benefit you have because people recognize that other people are trusting you and you're doing good work," says UB President Satish Tripathi.


The NHL lacks a formal personal conduct policy, says UB's Nellie Drew, which could make it difficult to impose disciplinary action on Patrick Kane.


UB President Satish Tripathi says the donation will create an endowment that will allow UB physicians and others to provide an "unmatched" educational experience.


In terms of Ottawa and Washington, says UB's Cecil Foster, things will get much better. Justin Trudeau understands the importance of that relationship.


Ancestors of famous figures like Dred Scott, Solomon Northup, Venture Smith and Jeffrey Brace, gathered at UB to discuss history, memory and identity.