The academic year is winding down and that means thousands of UB
students will be moving out of their dorms and off-campus
apartments in the weeks ahead. And that means many students heading
home for the summer won’t be able to bring back with them all
the stuff they’ve accumulated over the past 10 months.
There’s much happier news to report on the UB falcon front
this spring. The four eggs Dixie laid a month ago have hatched and
viewers of UB’s Falcon
Cam can watch as Dixie and Yankee care for their four
fledgling fluff balls.
The collection of grain elevators at Silo City is an impressive
enough site, the industrial behemoths towering over the Buffalo
River. But a project created by UB freshman architecture students
this spring lends a unique perspective to the grain elevators, and
Members of the UB community can help plant an urban orchard by
taking part in “Endless Orchard,” a living, public art
project commissioned by the UB Art Galleries that is taking place
May 6 in the Fruit Belt neighborhood of Buffalo.