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Don’t forget that your UB perks continue long after graduation.
Emily Lyles, B.A. ’10, M.P.A. ’12, takes her education global as an intern at the World Health Organization.
Under Armour’s Jonathan Schwartz, B.S. ’92, M.B.A. ’99, brings a whole new meaning to “Protect This House.”
View photos featuring UB alumni at recent University events.
Behind the scenes at the Maryland State Fair track kitchen, John Gasparini, M.S. ’02, serves wholesome, homemade meals.
Alumnus Mahmut Aydogmus, M.S. ’03, has returned to his native Turkey but hasn’t forgotten to flaunt his UB pride.
The photo in our last issue generated various takes on an event involving a former UB dean of students.
Jack Spencer Jr., B.A. ’71, recalls his 1970 campaign for Student Government Association president.
Meet the newest (and smallest) members of the UB family.
Get the scoop on your fellow alumni: Find out where they are and what they’ve been up to.
Janice Jackson, B.A. ’02, M.S. ’05, received one of only a dozen 2012 Presidential Citizens Medals from Barack Obama.
Jenny O’Grady, M.F.A. ’06, former adjunct faculty, received one of nine 2013 Baker Artist Award b-grant prizes.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Taylor Branch brought his civil rights course to UB—and to people around the globe.
A UB professor’s documentary about a city tournament gets to the heart of the game.
What are the chances of an NFL star and a marketing professor sharing the same name?
All roads led to the corner of Mount Royal Avenue and North Charles Street in April for the grand opening of UB’s new John and Frances Angelos Law Center.
A UB historian gone Hollywood serves up two handfuls of “untold” nuggets about U.S. history.
Students examine Brazil’s economy during a spring break Global Field Study trip.
Eleven UB students and alumni participated in this year’s Global Game Jam, and six of them walked away with prizes.
As UB’s Hoffberger Center commemorates 25 years, director Fred Guy examines professional ethics in the 21st century.
A distinguished professor brings former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall to life in his one-man show.
Recent graduate Lauren Sanders’ nonprofit animal rescue places cats and dogs in foster care—and in their forever homes.
Who said that? Read on for inspiring, engaging and intriguing quotes heard in and around the UB community.
We take a look back at last semester, bringing you the most important news in brief.
Learn how UB’s success measures up.
A host of notable campus guests during the spring semester recognized UB’s present achievements and future potential.
Entertainer and educator Bill Cosby donned a UB T-shirt and brought star power to the University’s 115th commencement.
Read up on the remaining five “untold” facts about U.S. history from UB historian Eric Singer.
If you missed Bill Cosby’s commencement speech live, you can view it at your leisure online.
A baby bee sprouts water wings.
More students in Taylor Branch’s course share their perspectives on leaving their comfort zones.
Browse even more photos featuring UB alumni at recent University events.
To encourage relaxation before exams, several UB School of Law entities sponsored a cuddly, furry “Stress-Free Zone.”
Learn more about the Field Study group’s visit to Brazil.
Sit back, grab a bucket of popcorn and enjoy this two-minute trailer of The President’s Cup documentary.
If you’d like to learn more about this alumna’s top honor, browse links to coverage in various media outlets.
Director Fred Guy offers additional insight about the Hoffberger Center and applied ethics.
Lenneal Henderson says “there’s a whole lot of acting” involved in teaching.
The founder of Saving Grace Animal Rescue of Maryland explains the ins and out of animal adoption.
The professor and the NFL player finally come face to face, and it’s all on video.
If you missed Nancy Pelosi’s commencement speech live, you can view it at your leisure online.
Take a look back at the April grand-opening events for the new John and Frances Angelos Law Center.
Learn more about a student-written anthology and about Tom Hollowak’s favorite archive items.
There’s plenty more to the story of Jack Spencer Jr.’s 1970 SGA presidential campaign.
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