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Exciting changes have taken place in the Oscar A. Silverman Library! As part of the initial phase of the University’s “Heart of the Campus Initiative,” we’ve completely redesigned and renovated Silverman Library’s third floor to accommodate the new ways UB students learn.
This 6 panel exhibit looks at the African American men and women who served as surgeons and nurses during the Civil War, and how their work as medical providers challenged the prescribed notions of race and gender.
This exhibition of Polish peace posters uses the evocative symbols of the dove, olive branch and atomic mushroom cloud to advocate universal disarmament.
This exhibition commemorates the University at Buffalo Music Department’s 63rd presentation of the Slee Beethoven string quartet cycle.