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THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 5:02 P.M. VITAL DIVERSITY PhD candidates from around the country tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House. They were part of the inaugural class of scholars participating in the Visiting Future Faculty (VITAL) program, which is intended to increase the pool of diverse candidates for UB faculty positions. PHOTO BY DOUGLAS LEVERE
TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 6:19 P.M. MESSAGE OF PEACE Martin Luther King III, son of the Civil Rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner, speaks in the Center for the Arts at the invitation of the Student Association. King echoed his father’s continuous call for nonviolence: “Please accept the challenge of being a peacemaker.” PHOTO BY MEREDITH FORREST KULWICKI
SATURDAY, MAY 7, 9:37 A.M. FUN IN THE MUCK Students, alumni and other members of the UB community slosh their way through “Oozefest,” the annual mud-slinging volleyball tournament first held in 1984. The always-messy competition was especially enjoyable this time following a two-year hiatus owing to COVID. PHOTO BY MEREDITH FORREST KULWICKI
FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 12:33 P.M. AHHH, SUMMER An aerial photo shows off the verdant lawns surrounding the Ellicott Complex on a spectacular summer day in Western New York. PHOTO BY DOUGLAS LEVERE
THURSDAY, JULY 28, 2:35 P.M. TEACHING THE TEACHERS WNY area K-12 teachers participate in UB’s EarthEd Institute, a weeklong program to help promote STEM education. Geology professor Chris Lowry explains how to measure water flow in Ellicott Creek not far from the North Campus. PHOTO BY MEREDITH FORREST KULWICKI
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10, 12:27 P.M. TEAM TALK Players take a knee while UB Bulls head football coach Maurice Linguist (Coach Mo), provides inspiration for the team and assistant coaches during a summer practice in UB Stadium. PHOTO BY MEREDITH FORREST KULWICKI