Photographs, slideshows and videos capturing life at UB
Kristen Dimick (right) of Campus Ministries shows Ann Konnayil, a freshman studying computer science, how to put together a good personal product care package.
Mateo Gonzalez, a freshman majoring in theatrical performance, fills a personal care bag. The bags are being assembled for Journey's End Refugee Services.
Putting together plastic pouches of "complete protein" for Let Them Laugh Out Loud, a local group that aims to empower communities through sustainable development, are (from left) Alysson Bermudez, a sophomore chemistry and environmental studies major; Kate Vacanti, a UB alum in nursing who now works for Let Them LOL; and Madison Richardson, a freshman chemical engineering major.
Setting up a table with some of the 42 dozen Paula's Donuts ordered for the event are Rebekah Freed (center, grey sweatshirt) with First Lutheran Church, and Kelly Zaky (right, plaid shirt) of the UB Newman Center.
Kevin Ajmera (right, black sweatshirt), a first-year graduate student in industrial engineering, makes "a colorful duck," a booklet for a recipient in Africa that will include a "motivational message" that Aimera wrote that features the phrase "Life is colorful."
Published May 14, 2019