Campus News

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  • The case of the wooden UB mascot
    2/19/24

    An article in a UB Libraries publication uncovers part of a story that began with a 1960 scavenger hunt.

  • Mitchell receives APA award
    2/6/24

    The senior director of student wellness was recognized for "advancing the practice of collegiate mental health and wellness." 

  • A campus tradition returns
    2/2/24

    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.

  • Violanti receives shoutout from U.S. attorney general
    2/2/24

    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.

  • CFA, Music hit the high notes with experimental opera
    2/2/24

    The CFA and Department of Music are collaborating for the first time to co-produce and co-present “Lotus Lives,” a pocket chamber opera.

  • Student club aims to help save lives
    1/31/24

    The UB chapter of NMDP – National Marrow Donor Program — aims to encourage UB students to register with and help diversify the national database.

  • New additions to the UB dining experience
    1/31/24

    The new semester marks the opening of a Latin American eatry, as well as changes to ease the checkout procedure.

  • Karki embodies True Blue spirit
    1/31/24

    The first-year student, a finalist in the Mr. Nepal contest, embraces his role as a True Blue ambassador.

  • Meet UB’s True Blue student ambassadors
    1/31/24

    These six students show their pride, engagement and ability to build a greater sense of community and belonging throughout the university.

  • Law library welcomes law practice technologist
    1/30/24

    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.

  • Noted reproductive health specialist Robert Taylor dies at 71
    1/30/24

    The program director of the MD-PhD program was among the world’s top researchers studying endometriosis.