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“Now What?!” documents the often-overlooked history of the architecture and design community as part of larger social and political movements over the last 50 years.
UB students' sustainable burger alternative impresses judges at the World's Challenge Challenge Global Finals.
Team from the Master of Science in Management Information Systems program won for their entry on waste management solutions.
The first-of-its-kind collaboration is bringing a new holistic perspective to health care for residents of Buffalo’s East Side.
SA’s Summer Film Series returns with free screenings of films that include the recently released “Rocketman” and the blockbuster “Avengers: Endgame.”
The designation recognizes the incorporation of green building design standards into the library's recent $7.2 million renovation.
Students from three local high schools took part in the inaugural UB Statistics Program Competition.
An opening reception for “Alberto Rey: Lost Beauty I,” “Sam Richardson: Intimate Landscape” and “Art and Artifact” is set for 6-8 p.m.
Award winners Donald Paulk and Paula Oliver went from troubled young people with uncertain futures to the latest headliners in the EOC’s legacy of transforming lives.
Thanks to the persistence of a UB student and faculty member, 240,000 bees soon will be buzzing in six hives on the North Campus.
The council unanimously approved removing the name in the wake of the UB alum’s recent conviction of a racketeering conspiracy.
Two UB-affiliated teams are set to compete June 5 in Detroit in the semifinals of ErieHack 2.0, an innovative water-solutions competition.