We live in a digital world where consumers watch movies instantaneously with Netflix, readers fight paper cuts with E-books and listeners discover new tracks just by exploring Spotify.
The vinyl record has reemerged during this time of streaming and easily accessible media into the lives and dorm rooms of college students.read more >>
Ed Sheeran’s musical hiatus felt like centuries long to fans.
The English singer and songwriter released a record in 2013, toured, then took some time off of social media. His time off certainly payed off.read more >>
This year’s International Fiesta competition brought in more than 250 performers participating in eleven different pieces in the Center for the Arts.read more >>
Noah headlined the Student Association’s annual Comedy Series in Alumni Arena Saturday night, enticing fans with colorful stories of his journey from South Africa to the U.S., as well as his opinions on current events and politics.read more >>
There are no borders when it comes to enjoying a good movie or song. Whether abroad or at UB, international students are buzzing about which works in the media they treasure the most.read more >>
If local ethnic food options seem too corporate or expensive, consider making your own. You can expand your culinary horizons without putting a dent in your bank account. UB’s diverse student population help celebrate The Spectrum’sInternational Issue by sharing some of their favorite easy recipes.read more >>
The Zodiaque Dance Company, presented by the Theatre and Dance Department, has been a tradition at UB where students artfully exhibit various forms of dance. The company premiers their spring season on Wednesday in the Drama Theatre but rehearsals began a week before classes started this semester.read more >>
The Black Student Union brought afro-futurism to the runway Saturday night.
BSU presented Futura Ultra – the club’s annual Black Explosion fashion and culture show – at the Conference & Event Center in Niagara Falls.read more >>
Femi Popoola, a junior pharmacy major who goes by the name Frank Pierce, wants his music to sound original and not just another nightclub hit. He has been making music since he was a child and has over 1 million plays on Spotify. He started off making remixes of popular songs on SoundCloud, but strayed away to focus on making his own sounds.read more >>
The Buffalo Botanical Gardens wrapped up its seventh annual Lumagination display this Tuesday, breaking previous attendance records with help from UB students. During Lumagination, colored lights from across the spectrum transform the plant life of the Gardens.read more >>
Grande opened the show with that giant projection screen and her talented dancers, including twins Brian and Scott Nicholson. The superb performance of “Be Alright” replicated Madonna’s ‘80s classic, “Vogue,” and set the standard for the rest of the show’s well-choreographed numbers.read more >>
Time is frigidly moving along as the Buffalo weather has seen its ups and downs. Your class workload may be increasing in the next few weeks but the Queen City will always keep you steady with great live music.
This week, Ariana Grande leads the mix as funk & rap also make their rounds to our neck of the woods.read more >>
On a night full of fair performances, the Grammy Awards took a political turn toward when A Tribe Called Quest took a stand against President Donald Trump.
The hip-hop group, joined by Grammy-nominated singer Anderson.Paak, began their performance on Sunday night with a medley of classic hits. After a pleasant mixture of hip-hop, legendary rapper Busta Rhymes joined the performers with a mission to shut the show down.read more >>
V-Day is upon us. Whether you’re excited for the holiday, dreading it, or wholly disinterested will depend on your current relationship status and level of ironic detachment.
This week brings us not only the holiday some of us think we are too cool to observe – seriously you think you’re the first person to think say it’s just “too commercial?” Just buy her some dang flowers – but also a new lineup of events and concerts to enjoy.read more >>