Dancers rehearse for Celebration 45, a performance commemorating Zodiaque Dance Company's most recent milestone.
The UB Bulls warm up at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala., before facing Troy University in the Dollar General Bowl.
Incoming students take their spots in the formation of the human interlocking UB, a Welcome Weekend tradition since 2004
We have already made great progress. Now, we are asking you—our alumni, our friends and our community—to show the world what UB means to you.
A swift-solving brain
The first computer at UB was put in operation in November 1961. The IMB 1620 model cost $86,000 ($700,000 int today's dollars) and was the first data processing system at any college or university in the Western New York region. A 1961 issue of the UB newsletter Colleague described it accordingly: "Digesting and solving complex mathmatical problems more quickly than a battery of skilled mathmematicians...the swift solving brain...is as necessary to a modern university as microscopes and test tubes."