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A new exhibition in Silverman Library, “Revolution: Civil Rights at UB, 1960-75,” documents the social transformation that occurred on campus and across Buffalo from 1960 - 1975.
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The Poetry Collection is pleased to announce its new exhibition In the Name of Friendship: Robert Frost & Victor E. Reichert. Featuring selections from the Victor E. Reichert Robert Frost Collection, the exhibition opened in conjunction with two recent Robert Frost-related events.
Spanning several decades, the Tom Borrelli UB Football Programs Collection reveals the extensive history of the Buffalo Bulls. Utilizing imagery from these programs, Buffalo vs. Everybody highlights the explosive growth of graphic design in the post-World War II era, from iconic covers of stoic athleticism to the zeitgeist in creative advertising.
A small exhibition of the work of Scottish-American sisters, Helen and Pat Adam. The exhibition is located right outside the Silverman Grand Reading Room.