Descendants of slave narrative authors gathered at UB to talk
about inventive ways to carry their ancestors' stories
"If Snowden traveled to a European country even now, the country
could decide not to extradite him to stall the extradition," says
UB's Michelle Benson.
The political visibility of this case, mixed with the common
understanding of what happened, says UB's Anthony O'Rourke, may
influence the judge when it comes to sentencing.
An excerpt from "Hitler at Home," UB's Despina Stratigakos' new
book, looks at how the Third Reich used interior design to try and
manipulate Hitler's image.
The opposition Hillary Clinton faces from Sanders is a secondary
concern compared to the significance of her performance testifying
before the House on Benghazi.
UB's Jacob Neiheisel weighs in on Hillary Clinton's debate
performance, Joe Biden's decision not to run for president and the
campaign for 2016 Democratic nomination.
The same technology that automakers are using to ensure that
driverless cars don't crash into things will be used, says UB's
UB's Nellie Drew weighs in on whether daily fantasy sports sites
should continue to conduct business as usual or change direction
and reduce their risks.
"It's difficult to say what he could have offered primary voters
apart from trumpeting his candidacy as not bringing with it the
kind of baggage that comes with Clinton," says UB's Jacob
“There is definitely that sense again of the Trudeau-mania
of the ’60s and ’70s,” says UB's Cecil
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