• The business of art

    ARTup Boot Camp helps students transition from creators of art to sellers of art.

  • True Blue staffer takes the words of Samuel P. Capen to heart

    A quotation from the UB chancellor's last message inspires Pete Loguidice to make a difference.

  • More than a market, UB Veggie Van is a ‘living lab’

    The project will test innovations developed through the Veggie Van Study, in addition to being a place to buy fresh produce.

  • Moore receives career achievement award

    The Morris Janowitz award recognizes senior scholars whose careers have demonstrated excellence in the field of military sociology.

  • UB Neurosurgery plays key role at CNS meeting

    The department was recognized with having the most accepted abstracts at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons' meeting, led by chair Elad Levy.

  • Finding predictable patterns in terrorist propaganda

    A UB study's results provide a foundation for counter messaging to neutralize those appeals or encourage people to leave terrorist groups.

  • Studying quakes' effects on sites damaged by saltwater

    With more buildings affected by sea level rise, UB researchers and partners will assess at-risk communities in Hawai’i and elsewhere.

  • How to make flights more punctual

    New research from the School of Management analyzes strategies for airlines to boost on-time performance.

  • Respite care unit aids people experiencing homelessness

    The 13-bed facility in the Buffalo City Mission established by the School of Nursing provides shelter for homeless men released from hospitals.

  • Gene only some of us have may protect against neurodegeneration

    Researchers say the findings of a recent study will help “fill in a translational gap” in neuroscience.

  • Henrietta Lacks’ family to speak at Igniting Hope

    The UB conference has become Buffalo’s primary forum for discussing, addressing and trying to mitigate the social determinants of health.

  • Future of imaging explored at meeting

    Attendees at the Imaging Research Symposium considered the importance of UB's new Philips MRI scanner, as well as its impact on clinical and translational research.

  • Junior Studio Regatta

    The regatta involves the 63 students enrolled in the five studios of the Junior year of the architecture program in the School of Architecture and Planning. The five studios each construct two, two-person boats and compete in a race along the shore of Gallagher Beach. Photos: Douglas Levere

    Published September 26, 2023

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The Buffalo Chips perform the song "September."

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Today is the perfect day to relax and enjoy this performance by The Buffalo Chips of the Earth Wind and Fire classic, "September." Tony Bodami and Eric Devore performed the solos with vocal percussion by Simon Wu.

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