SBI Health and Safety Services is a division of Sub Board I, Inc., a student-owned and operated non-profit corporation.
SBI’s Safety Shuttles run during the Fall and Spring academic semesters.
Regular services resume the first day of each semester at 8pm.
We do not run during the Summer or Winter breaks.
Scheduled SBI Safety Shuttle service is provided for the University at Buffalo faculty, staff, students and visitors to and from locations within a 1.5 mile radius of South Campus (as well as Kensington Village, Collegiate Village, and Campus Manor). Shuttle stops approximately every 30 - 45 minutes at the Health Science Library, Goodyear Loop, Parker Hall, and Main Circle. Pick-Ups from another loaction, MUST be made through our facebook page before 4pm the day of the request, Monday – Friday.
No Woman Left Behind (NWLB) is a bystander intervention program created by women for women and the men who care about them. It was established to educate communities about sexual assault and to create a culture that does not wait for someone else to take action. In addition to serving as a public awareness campaign this program includes, curriculum based educational initiatives for college students as well as functioning NWLB chapters located on campuses throughout the country.
The idea for No Woman Left Behind (NWLB) came from students at Sacramento State University in the summer of 2007 after reading about the De Anza college rape case. Several members of the De Anza college baseball team allegedly assaulted a young girl at a party. No one at the party of over 50 people offered to help until three women from the De Anza soccer team intervened, fought off the players, and brought the girl to the hospital for treatment. Later, one woman at the party told a reporter that she saw ten people cheering baseball players who were engaging in sex with the girl. She did not interfere because “I didn’t think of it as a rape situation.”
No Woman Left Behind was inspired by Lauren Bryeans, April Grolle and Lauren Chief Elk, members of the women’s soccer team at De Anza College in Cupertino, California. We would also like to acknowledge the survivor of the sexual assault. Her courage is truly inspiring. Her strength, as well as the strength of all sexual assault survivors is remarkable.
In the spring of 2010 One Student (formerly Unite for Change) became the official headquarters for the No Woman Left Behind Campaign. One Student is privileged to be able to give this incredible campaign a home within our organization and honored to have the opportunity to continue to spread the message of courage and sisterhood that was inspired by four young women.
Our meetings are open meetings – any UB student or staff member is welcome to attend!
Domestic Violence Awareness Month is right around the corner and that means our annual Take Back the Night Rally and March is back! We are joining with some great campus partners this year to bring you a great event!
Please join us on February at the Student Union Theater for our annual Vagina Monologues performance. Please help us continue to raise awareness about violence against women and girls. Along with the performance we will have basket raffles. Come enjoy a night out with us!