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An article in a UB Libraries publication uncovers part of a story that began with a 1960 scavenger hunt.
The senior director of student wellness was recognized for "advancing the practice of collegiate mental health and wellness."
After a three-year hiatus, the hearty souls of the Department of Geology held their Groundhog Day cookout on Thursday, with a new Ridge Lea Larry tackling that annual question.
The UB professor was mentioned at the launch of the Howard C. Liebengood Foundation, named for the Capitol officer who died days after the Jan. 6 riot.
The CFA and Department of Music are collaborating for the first time to co-produce and co-present “Lotus Lives,” a pocket chamber opera.
The UB chapter of NMDP – National Marrow Donor Program — aims to encourage UB students to register with and help diversify the national database.
The new semester marks the opening of a Latin American eatry, as well as changes to ease the checkout procedure.
The first-year student, a finalist in the Mr. Nepal contest, embraces his role as a True Blue ambassador.
These six students show their pride, engagement and ability to build a greater sense of community and belonging throughout the university.
The Charles B. Sears Law Library has put into place a major new initiative that infuses legal practice technology skills into the law school experience.
The program director of the MD-PhD program was among the world’s top researchers studying endometriosis.