An Agence France Presse article about the life and legacy if Martin Luther King Jr. interviews Henry Louis Taylor Jr., director of the UB Center for Urban Studies.


An article in The Atlantic’s CityLab about angry grassroots reaction to the federal government’s attack on California’s sanctuary state laws interviews Rick Su, professor of law.


Popular Science article about self-care – what people do for themselves to establish and maintain health and prevent and deal with illness – interviews Lisa Butler, associate professor of social work.


An article in Newsweek by Melanie Green, associate professor of communication, looks at why it’s so stressful to discuss politics with people who hold opposing views.


BBC's Discover Wildlife interviews biologist Charlotte Lindqvist about her work analyzing “yeti” pelts that were found to belong to brown bears and Asian black bears.


In a Newsweek interview, Michael Stefanone, associate professor of communication, says Facebook was not proactive managing the crisis.


The Daily Beast quotes law professor Lucinda Finley about freezer malfunctions at two fertility clinics that led to the loss of thousands of eggs and embryos.


The New York Times reports on student recruitment biases at collleges and references a study by Megan Holland, a researcher in UB's Graduate School of Education.


Reuters speaks with UB's Heidi Julian about an airline passenger criticized for live-streaming what happened when an engine exploded killing a passenger.


An article in Business First reports UB today unveiled details of Boldly Buffalo, the comprehensive fundraising campaign that aims to raise a total goal of $650 million, a record for public colleges in New York State.


An article on Healthline reports on research by Jeffrey Lackner, professor of medicine in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, that showed that patients with the most severe and persistent symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome achieved robust and sustained relief by learning to control symptoms with home-based behavioral treatment.


The U.S. News & World Report interviews UB engineer Javid Bayandor about a new shield that would prevent objects like birds or aerial drones from being ingested into the engine.