• UB IN THE NEWS
    What’s most important is that people who are eligible for immunization get immunized.

    Oscar Gomez-Duarte tells NPR that COVID-19 vaccine benefits far outweigh side effects, which are usually temporary and minimal.

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    I understand the hard road. I understand the hard path.

    Maurice “Mo” Linguist quoted in The Buffalo News about his path to being named head coach of UB's football team.

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    The Haudenosaunee Confederacy is still in operation, and it is the oldest living, continuing, participatory democracy in the world.

    Theresa McCarthy speaks to The Buffalo News about Native Americans' influence on U.S. culture, such as our democratic political structures.

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    It was a playground for people to explore.

    Melanie Green describes the internet’s early days to The Washington Post in a story about a 50-year-old male motorcyclist who posed as a young woman.

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    There will always be environmentalists that say, ‘No, no, no.’

    Opposition to large renewable energy projects because they harm wildlife is not practical, Adam Rome tells The Associated Press.

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