Nicole Rossi, along with 30 other students, gathered for Fusion: UB Dance and Photography in the Center for the Arts main lobby on Saturday, taking part in the afternoon-long networking event.read more >>
This year’s Fall Fest cost a lot of money and was full of confusion.
Fall Fest cost the Student Association roughly $350,000, which is $160,000 more than its original budget, according to SA President Matt Rivera.read more >>
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?read more >>
The second week of classes is finished and you’re likely stressing over due dates already. A great way to take your mind off of schoolwork is to get off campus and explore Buffalo. Take a study break with these exciting events that won’t break the bank.read more >>
Travis Scott’s new album has his fans singing and trapping to his infectious sound. His second studio album was released on Sept. 2, almost exactly a year after his first album Rodeo. With Scott headlining Fall Fest on Sept. 10, this album drop was perfect timing for UB students.read more >>
“College student” seems to be synonymous with being broke. If you’re like most students who’ve worked up savings over the summer, your bank account can take a massive hit thanks to pricey textbooks and expensive supplies.
Finding ways to save, however, doesn’t require you to start madly clipping away at coupons.read more >>
A trip to the movie theater is the quintessential night out for most. It’s a chance to escape the doldrums of everyday life and sit in an air-conditioned room for a few hours watching beautiful people do amazing things on the big screen.read more >>
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.read more >>
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.read more >>
Just days after the Student Association released tickets for Fall Fest, students are already having mixed reviews about the new system as well as this year’s selection of artists.read more >>
The Student Association announced Monday that Travis Scott, Lil’ Yachty, Rae Sremmurd and D.R.A.M. will perform on Sept. 10.read more >>
After nearly 18 hours of shooting and re-shooting, the set of “Marshall” broke down their production rigs and director’s tents to move from the quiet suburbs of Buffalo’s historic Parkside community to continue filming in Downtown Buffalo.read more >>
Staying modern in dance is an uphill battle – new forms, styles and routines are always being created.read more >>
This week’s highlights include Freddie Gibbs, one of the most prominent rappers on the up from the west coast and EL VY, Matthew Berninger’s newest project.read more >>
After months of anticipation, fans can rest at ease knowing Drake’s fourth studio album Views From The 6 will release on Friday.read more >>
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.read more >>