A Los Angeles Times story about expanded background checks for gun buyers quotes UB's Anthony O'Rourke.
A story on Capital Tonight interviews Edward Bednarczyk about the state's medical marijuana program.
CBS This Morning reports on a new trial being conducted by John Leddy to determine whether exercise can be used to treat concussion in teens.
A Reuters article about the opening of New York's medical marijuana clinics quotes Edward Bednarczyk.
UB's Jeffrey Miecznikowski is quoted by Reuters and the Associated Press about Powerball and he compares the odds of winning to counting drops of water in the ocean.
USA Today, Reuters, and The Washington Post all quote UB's Jeffrey Miecznikowski about the odds of winning Powerball.
A story on NPR notes that Jeffrey Miecznikowski says you are 25 times more likely to become president than to win at Powerball.
Reuters quotes UB's Ed Bednarczyk about medical marijuana dispensaries opening in New York and how they are among the most conservative in the U.S.
UB's Michael Poulin is quoted in USA Today about why millions buy Powerball tickets in the vague hope of striking it rich.
Wried Magazine quotes Jeffrey Miecznikowski about the math behind picking the right Powerball numbers.
An article in the Buffalo News reports Venu Govindaraju has been named vice president of research and economic development.
UB's David Schmid is quoted in Reuters about the popularity of true crime TV shows that highlight the shortcomings of the U.S. judicial system.
Jeffrey Miecznikowski talks about the slim odds of winning Powerball on NPR's The Takeaway.
ABC News, as well as other outlets around the world, quotes Jeffrey Miecznikowski about the benefits and drawbacks of office pools when it comes to Powerball.
Jeffrey Miecznikowski looks at whether Powerball numbers are really random in The Conversation.
NPR's Fresh Air interviews Regina Mason, whose great-great-great grandfather authored the first fugitive slave narrative. Mason participated in a workshop at UB for descendants of authors of slave narratives.
UB's Rick Su talks to VICE about the U.S. Supreme Court reviewing President Obama's order that offered temporary legal status to nearly 5 million immigrants.
Business First reports UB's Arie Weinstock will run a clinical trial site for a study using medical marijuana to treat childhood epilepsy.
A Buffalo News story reports undergraduate applications for admission to UB are up more than 10 percent from last year.
UB's Henry Louis Taylor is quoted in The Washington Post about how the calamities in Flint, Ferguson, New Orleans and Baltimore are all connected.
UB's Mark Karwan weighs in on a quirk that gave the Panthers and Patriots the opportunity to beat the same eight teams from the NFL's weakest divisions in the Newark Star-Ledger.
USA Today reports the East Coast is returning to normal following the weekend's blizzard and quotes Isaac Ehrlich on how the economy was impacted.
James Campbell looks at Ted Cruz and his chances of winning the nomination in the National Review.
A story on WBFO-FM reports on College Success Centers set up by UB in Buffalo high schools and interviews Nathan Daun-Barnett.
Deborah D.L. Chung talks about a new type of concrete that melts snow in National Geographic.
A Reuters article about a new O.J. Simpson miniseries interviews David Schmid about what made the case fascinating.
The Buffalo News quotes UB faculty and graduates about alumnus Gregory Jarvis, one of seven astronauts who died when the Challenger exploded.
Arun Jain is quoted in The Washington Post about Mattel's makeover of the Barbie doll.
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