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This is Guantanamo on domestic soil. The government is trying to detain him as long as it wants.

UB legal scholar Nicole Hallett discusses with The Daily Beast how a convicted foreign terrorist has been detained in a Batavia, N.Y., prison for months after the completion of his sentence

UB IN THE NEWS

Whenever the present looks scary and the future looks worse, we tend to want to go running back to the past.

UB history professor Tamara Plakins Thornton speaks to The New York Times about why cursive writing is making a comeback in American schools.

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I cannot emphasize enough the point of having these conversations...

Social work researcher Deborah Waldrop speaks to CNN about end-of-life decision-making, and how more people in the U.S. are now dying at home than at a hospital.

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There’s not really a safe way to do volcano tourism on active volcanoes. It’s a risk.

Volcanologist Tracy Gregg discusses with USA Today the tragic deaths of tourists who were exploring the White Island volcano in New Zealand.

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Her side of the story is always available in American history.

Race and gender expert Kari Winter speaks to The Chronicle of Higher Education about an essay in Medium by a white Yale student explaining why she called security on a napping black student.

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Public health researchers at UB are using these infrared goggles to study how the nervous system processes information, with the goal of advancing rehabilitation for neurotrauma and degeneration.

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