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The age of music exclusivity

09/17/16 11:16am | By ANDREW SAFE

In the past couple of years, streaming services have overpowered physical CD sales. Many artists are opting to release their music online using music services rather than producing CDs.


The Grapevine

The Grapevine

09/12/16 8:41am | By BENJAMIN BLANCHET

If turning up to trap isn’t your thing, grab a friend and take your mind off of class with these impressive artists performing in the area.


Best high quality gadgets under $30 this month

09/11/16 12:43pm | By MAX KALNITZ

From cell phone accessories to wearable technology, our generation has assimilated all sorts of gadgets and gizmos into our daily lives.

But, with all the growth in its respected field, there comes a challenge. How do we know which products to buy?


Frank Ocean Blond(e) album review

09/03/16 12:41pm | By Jamal C. Allard

It’s been a long four years for Frank Ocean fans.

His last album Channel Orange offered deep cuts of unrequited love as well as socially unforgiving love. His music was reflective of not only his emotions, but his sexuality, as he’s the only male in R&B to be open about his bisexuality.


‘Stranger Things’ season one review

09/03/16 12:30pm | By DAVID TUNIS-GARCIA

The story begins in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana – the Duffers’ own little Castle Rock – in 1983 with the disappearance of 12-year-old Will Byers (Noah Schnapp, “The Peanuts Movie,”2015), who vanishes from his home under suspicious and possibly supernatural circumstances after a particularly grueling “Dungeons & Dragons”campaign.


The Spectrum’s May Movie Guide

04/29/16 9:50am | By Luke Heuskin

This May brings moviegoer’s two superhero flicks, a wide array of comedies, a sports biography, animated fantasies and more. Don’t miss out on this chance to escape from the endless torrent of exams, papers and studying.


UB Spring Fest packs Alumni Arena

04/24/16 4:40pm | By MAX KALNITZ

On Saturday, a crowd of 6,500 people packed Alumni Arena to see this year’s lineup, which featured The Chainsmokers, Mac Miller, Icona Pop and Coleman Hell. Saturday's attendance was a substantial increase compared to the 2015 and 2014 concerts and left approximately 500 students outside after the line was cut off.