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The lineup for the Buffalo Film Seminars includes the Oscar-winning “Spotlight,” the original “Scarface” and Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed.”
The filmmaker will present “Breaking Ground” at Silo City as part of her upcoming Creative Arts Initiative residency.
UB political scientist Jacob Neiheisel talks about the process for removing a president from office and why Donald Trump hasn't been impeached — and likely won’t be.
High school students attending UB's GIS Summer Camp get some hands-on experience flying drones — and have some fun while they're at it.
Amateur archaeologists get a hands-on experience at the UB Archaeological Survey’s McKendry dig.
Cancer survivors Arlene Kaukus and David Brown are traveling across NYS to benefit cancer research.
UB's free outdoor performance series is back for a 12th season of music, dancing and hands-on activities.
Philosophers at the Romanell Conference also will discuss such topics as abortion, the nature of disease and informed consent.
More than 600 family members of individuals who donated their bodies to medical science gathered recently for a memorial service.
As associate vice provost and director of admissions, Miller will lead all aspects of domestic undergraduate admissions at UB.
From classes to Canalside, the 38 undergraduate STEM students enjoyed everything UB and Buffalo have to offer.
The second annual Summer Extravaganza features art workshops, music, food and curator tours of current exhibitions.
The longtime administrator and faculty member has led UB's international efforts for nearly 30 years.