While we may not be able to have our usual Stress Relief events on campus this semester, we still wanted to share some stress-relieving activities and resources with you as we approach the close of the semester.
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Revolution: Civil Rights at UB, 1960-1975 revisits a significant era in the history of our nation, presenting a snapshot view of the social transformation that occurred in the United States, in Buffalo and at UB during this time. The individuals and events highlighted in our yearlong exhibitions and on our website, reflect a time when UB students and faculty were actively involved in the struggle for political and social justice. Many of these national leaders and activists came to UB at the invitation of our student organizations, reflecting the high level of student engagement in issues that challenged the status quo.
A new exhibition, on the 3rd floor of Silverman Library, highlights the origins of one of Buffalo's most famous landmarks, the Richardson Olmsted Campus.
This exhibition explores Marianne Moore’s range of influence by taking a wide view of her legacies as they are represented in the Poetry Collection.
This exhibition highlights a pivotal era in the history of the United States and the University, during which the struggle for social justice served as the driving force of a movement committed to freedom and equality.