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1/9/18
Paint parties. Dodgeball. Roller skating. Interactive game nights. If you like having fun, you’ll love Late Night UB. With new activities each week, it’s one of our most popular traditions.
1/9/18
Are you fully prepared to participate in the global community? In these Global Competency workshops, you’ll develop the skill set and competencies you need for today’s connected world.
1/9/18
Get access to behind-the-scenes planning for Late Night UB, gain valuable hands-on skills, and have fun as you volunteer at all Late Night events.
1/9/18
Social justice. Power. Oppression. Privilege. These are just a few of the highly relevant issues you can discuss at one of our popular Diversity Workshops.
1/9/18
Have you overcome adversity on your path to success at UB? If so, you may be eligible for S.A.G.E. — the Success through Access to Guidance and Experience Internship Program.
9/8/16
Raise money for the Special Olympics and join your friends for an unforgettable experience. You’ll be “Freezin’ for a Reason”. 
1/9/18
Join a community march against gender violence, recognize April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month and help raise money for a local advocacy group.
1/9/18

Ask a question, save a life. QPR is an easy-to-learn process that helps you recognize the early warning signs of suicide, and get professional help for people who need it.

1/9/18
The Men’s Group is a peer-run, university-advised group comprised of men and women trained in peer education and advocacy.
1/9/18
Meet other transfer students, connect with staff, and get more involved on campus. Wherever you transferred from, you’re welcome to join us for these fun, casual events — and discover all the ways we can help you succeed at UB.
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