Parkside Candy, located just down the street from South Campus, is currently preparing for their shortest season, but biggest day for sales of the year: Valentine’s Day. Phil Buffamonte, owner and president of Parkside Candy since 1981, said the store will sell most of its Valentine’s Day candy either Saturday or on Valentine’s Day itself on Sunday.read more >>
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, students participating as interns in Wellness Education Services or taking UBE 101 gave out flowers and free hugs in the Student Union Thursday for Love and Support Day, which is centered around loving oneself, taking care of oneself and helping others.read more >>
Sachs, a professor in the communication department, uses his own past struggles to help his students.read more >>
The Hong Kong Student Association (HSA), in collaboration with the Taiwan Student Association (TSA), held a Chinese New Year’s celebration on Tuesday. About 60 people attended the celebration– eating, conversing amongst each other and playing pool from all types of backgrounds.read more >>
Valentine’s Day is Sunday, which means a large portion of people everywhere, including UB students, will spend the day silently cursing the couples they see before running home to watch a Lifetime movie marathon with a gallon of ice cream by their sides.read more >>
The latest in streaming technology includes Apple TV, Chromecast and the Amazon Fire Stick – game changers in their own right. But which one would serve best for your needs? Here’s some information about all of the available technology, so you can make the right investment.read more >>
The U officially reopened as Papi Grande’s Mexican Restaurant and Cantina, an authentic Mexican restaurant complete with a bar that has 16 beers on tap, a private party room with a TV and booths or tables for the casual diner, on Jan. 5.read more >>
The cultural norm toward one-night stands dictates that a woman feels “slut-shamed” after having sex with a person she had just met a few hours before, while a man feels entitled to keep doing it over and over again.
But that’s not always the case.read more >>
Although it kind of makes sense to call a banana an aphrodisiac because of it’s shape, the shape isn’t what makes a banana an aphrodisiac at all.
The science behind what aphrodisiacs are and how they work is more complicated than that.read more >>
Cheaters are viewed as dishonest, plain and simple. Most people judge cheaters immediately and don’t consider there might be a science behind cheating.
According to The Spectrum’s annual sex survey of 702 UB students, nearly 18 percent have cheated on a current or former partner.
Whether you’re the one cheating or getting cheated on, it’s more than just the availability of an opportunity – so much more that experts have applied theory and study to the subject.
In an affair, a person evaluates of the prospect of being with someone else and opportunity cost in regard to their relationship.read more >>
Last week, LASA held open auditions on campus for its dance team, Alma Nanichi. More than 80 people came out to audition and only 40 were selected. Kanishka Wanninayaka, LASA’s dance liaison and a sophomore environmental science major, said the final casting calls were no small accomplishment.read more >>
For some, entering UB as a freshman and being exposed to new places and faces is enough of a stress inducing experience to cause one to feel overwhelmed by the way UB operates.read more >>
February, though short, can be packed with events. It starts off the spring semester, has everyone’s favorite romantic holiday and brings students to one of the most exciting college weeks – spring break. But don’t count down the days yet – first, enjoy some of these events around Buffalo.read more >>
As the weather continues to change it means that it is time to fully break out the oftentimes dreaded winter wardrobe consisting of baggy sweatpants and unflattering sweatshirts. It’s easy to turn to these items as your solution to stay warm but it is important to keep in mind that you can still be fashionable while also bearing the winter cold.read more >>
More than 200 students attended the welcome back celebration – a turnout that barely fit in 145 Student Union. The event allowed students who are outside the religion and culture to learn more about their Muslim peers, as both members of MSA and the general student body dined together and spoke about culture – creating a welcoming atmosphere for the first week back.read more >>
For those of you who enjoy a well-crafted cocktail while staying warm in the wintertime, curling up with a good book, watching a movie or even eating a homemade meal, here are some elegant concoctions that will add some great flavors to your repertoire of tasteful drinks that are sure to impress your friends and leave them wanting more.read more >>
Most of the time these goals have something to do with weight or their career – something along the lines of wanting to lose 10 pounds or get that promotion. Regardless of what the change might be, people strive to make themselves better every year.
But some UB students aren’t buying into the idea of making a New year’s resolution.read more >>