Here’s a partial look at some of the coverage of President Barack Obama’s historic visit to the University at Buffalo on Thursday, Aug. 22. The president kicked off a two-day, two-state tour at UB’s Alumni Arena to unveil reforms aimed at making college more affordable.
President Barack Obama told an energetic crowd inside the University at Buffalo’s Alumni Arena this morning that he chose to speak in Buffalo about his goals for higher education because the university is doing “great work.”
“I wanted to start here at the University at Buffalo,” Obama said, at the beginning of his remarks on the topic of higher education.
She’s America’s most famous college student today.
UB sophomore Silvana C. D’Ettorre had the honor of introducing President Barack H. Obama before his much anticipated speech on higher education at the University at Buffalo this morning before a crowd over over 7,000 people.
For more stories, notes and photos from the day’s event, stay tuned to the UB Admissions Facebook page
UPDATE: For a roundup of social media posts and pictures, check out this Storify of the president’s visit.