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Snovember storm

Photo courtesy of Derek Gee, The Buffalo News

Storm response

Although UB's three campuses escaped the fury of Winter Storm Knife, the historic storm substantially affected UB faculty, staff and students. In this special section, the UB Reporter tells some of their stories, and how members of the university community stepped in to help those in need, both on campus and off.

UB and Winter Storm Knife

12/4/14

President Satish K. Tripathi praises UB community members' contributions to the November storm recovery efforts.

12/4/14

This Q&A addresses the issue of who is considered an "essential" employee and other common concerns that arise during winter weather.

12/4/14

In a Q&A with the UB Reporter, John P. Hayes talks about what it takes to keep UB's campuses operational during a snowstorm.

12/4/14

Employees on UB's three campuses pitched in to do whatever needed to be done during the November snowstorms — both on campus and off.

12/4/14

Many members of the UB community were significantly affected by the historic lake-effect snowstorms that buried the Buffalo Southtowns in November. Here are a few of their stories.

12/4/14

Wondering if UB is open? Don’t wait until the next storm to join UB’s emergency communications system.