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Updated July 18, 2016

UB faculty and staff are invited to join thousands of other volunteers from Western New York taking part in the 24th annual United Way Day of Caring on Aug. 17.
Members of the UB community are invited to donate school supplies to benefit students in pre-kindergarten through grade 8 in the Buffalo Niagara region.
The Erie County Water Authority has lifted the boil water advisory in effect for parts of Erie County, including UB’s North Campus. Individuals no longer need to boil their tap water and may begin to use water normally again.
Bring your bicycle to work on July 27 and join your UB colleagues for a casual ride at the end of the workday at the second UB Bull Ride.
On July 20, the Erie County Water Authority reported a water main break affecting a widespread area in northern Erie County, including the UB North Campus. Service has been restored; however, the Erie County Department of Health says that when a water main loses pressure, it increases the chance that untreated water and harmful microbes can enter into the water system.
Feel as though summer is vanishing before your eyes? Step away from your desk on Aug. 12 and join your colleagues at the third annual Professional Staff Senate summer dessert social.
The lunchtime campus walking program will resume next month on both the North and South campuses.
If you’ve ever had an idea for improving life at UB, this is the contest for you.
The 15th annual Samuel P. Capen Garden Walk will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 16 in the University District, Eggertsville and Amherst neighborhoods surrounding the UB South Campus.
Wellness and Work/Life Balance is partnering with Recreation and Intramural Services to offer free lunchtime fitness classes this summer on both the North and South campuses.