University Heights residents are concerned about the possible opening of a new restaurant on Main Street called Main Place that will serve alcohol and host 18 and over events.read more >>
Two stories from The Spectrum received national awards from distinguished collegiate journalism organizations.
The College Media Association (CMA) awarded former managing editor Tori Roseman and former senior sports editor Michael Akelson with Pinnacle Awards, each for a story they published during the spring 2017 semester.read more >>
The UB branch of the YDSA formed this semester amid a growing nationwide interest in socialism, especially in the wake of the presidential election and the Bernie Sanders campaign.read more >>
Repairs throughout the first four floors of the building are wrapping up, but some damage cannot be repaired with new drywall and ceiling panels. UB spokesperson John Della Contrada could not confirm the cost or extent of the damage done to the building. He is hopeful to have an accurate dollar figure in the coming days.read more >>
With Kindles, Nooks, e-readers and digitized articles, many people have moved on from reading hard copies. For those who still appreciate the feeling of paper between your fingers or the smell of a good old book, these stores offer a selection perfect for a relaxing day of reading.read more >>
Dressing up as someone else can be the best way for some to feel like themselves and escape the stresses of daily life.
The UB Cosplay Club embraces this, giving members a place to gather with people who share their passions for constructing and wearing costumes based on their favorite characters from video games and anime.read more >>
UB’s GRoW (Garden, Relax or Work) Home has temporarily returned to South Campus after receiving national recognition at the U.S. The home was one of 14 finalists in the biennial competition and took second place overall. The GRoW Home placed in the top-five in each of the competition’s 10 categories. It finished in first place in three of the contests. The house was disassembled and shipped 2,500 miles back to Buffalo after the competition. It is being temporarily housed adjacent to Hayes Hall on South Campus before its permanent move to North Campus. The date for the relocation has not yet been set.read more >>
Halloweekend is notoriously one of the best weekends for going out, but don’t miss out on the scary action because of that. Break out the flashlights and experience the unsettling history of Western New York this Halloween.read more >>
For those over 21, there can be nothing scarier than ordering a drink. You approach the bar and hope the bartender doesn’t roll their eyes at your fruity concoction or even worse, tell you they “can’t make that.”read more >>
The Student Union’s conference rooms are typically filled with presentations, therapy dogs, club events and meetings. They will soon be replaced with strobe lights, costumes and frightened students.
Late Night UB’s 18th annual Haunted Union will take place October 27-31.This year’s attraction will be open Friday and Monday night and all day Tuesday to ensure that students have a chance to participate.read more >>
UB’s Campus Dining and Shops (CDS) hosted a food drive to raise donations for the Food Bank of Western New York, in honor of World Food Day on Monday. Stacks of cans and pasta filled the table next to Capen Café as students donated food items throughout the day.read more >>
Kcafe, a food truck serving Korean-inspired cuisine serves hungry students every weekend.
Owner Katie Li fell into the business on accident, but doesn’t regret her outcome. Li was 24 when she moved to the U.S. from China in hopes of dancing professionally, but instead found she had a passion for food. She now owns the up-and-coming restaurant and food truck Kcafe.read more >>
A crowd of roughly 100 people, most over 50 years old, packed into the complex’s Greatbatch Pavilion Friday night for a discussion of the dynamic relationship between the media and architecture, Wright’s historic place in the field of architectural writing and the state of architectural criticism today.read more >>
The LGBTA Club partnered with the Intercultural and Diversity Center to celebrate National Coming Out Day and put on their annual drag show in the SU foyer. The event featured dancers from Club Marcella, Buffalo’s only 18+ gay nightclub.read more >>
Despite a stretch of abnormally warm weather, fall has officially started and is underway in Buffalo. As we prepare to welcome fall festivities, there’s no better way to enjoy Buffalo’s cooler weather than being outdoors.read more >>
UB is home to an extremely diverse student body, with over 170 countries represented. Luckily for UB students, Buffalo boasts a diverse culinary scene to satisfy cravings from across the globe. Check out some of these favorites below.read more >>
There’s no more stereotypical place to find a college student than a café. With so many in Buffalo, it can be hard to pin down a good place for a cup of Joe and maybe something more. If you need a caffeine boost, a table to plop your laptop on for several hours or just looking to go meet some people, there’s a café for you.read more >>
Bubble tea was invented in Taiwan in the 1980s after a teahouse owner spontaneously decided to throw tapioca balls into a glass of iced tea. Bubble tea, also known as boba tea, is made up of a tea base with fruit or milk and chewy tapioca balls mixed in. While the drink has been a staple in Asian countries for decades, the whimsical libation has become increasingly popular in the United States over the past several years. Here are the best places to grab a boba tea in Buffalo.read more >>
Many South Lake Village residents have consistently seen spiders in their apartments. The residents put work orders in to address the problem, but have been told conflicting information from maintenance and Campus Living regarding a permanent fix.read more >>