Ogletree spoke as part of UB’s 29th annual Distinguished Speakers Series and as the 40th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Keynote Speaker Thursday night in Alumni Arena.read more >>
On Thursday, Erie County legislators voted down the proposal for Erie County bars to close by 2 a.m. Three voted in favor and seven voted against.read more >>
Oliver, a senior business and international studies major, resigned as BSU president on Dec. 9, just five days after BSU’s executive board unanimously voted that he had not carried out the duties and responsibilities as president, according to Oliver.read more >>
Lipsky said she thought businesses on the street like Jim’s Steakout, which can stay busy and lively with customers until 5 a.m., would be helpful in detracting violent crime.read more >>
A number of students said that sex with an older person isn’t much different from sex with someone their own age, but there is a difference when it comes to emotional connection.read more >>
Trisha is a self-proclaimed unicorn.
The junior nursing major, whose name has been changed to protect her privacy, enjoys participating in threesomes with two males and the attention that comes with it.read more >>
With more than five million active monthly users in 192 countries, Grindr has become one of the most popular dating apps in the world. The app – which users can download on several different devices including iPhones and Androids – was specifically created for gay and bisexual men to meet one another through a phone screen instead of face-to-face.read more >>
He’s a male escort, stripper and former porn actor. And he’s a small businessman of his own brand, who says it takes education and know-how to manage a career and the money he makes in the sex industry.
He’s not afraid to Google himself because he doesn’t see anything wrong with what he’s doing.
It’s the other people – like the ones who are ashamed to admit they watch porn and the ones who think he should be ashamed to Google himself – who have the problem, he said. They are the ones stigmatizing sex and attaching labels to people like him who practice sex openly and joyfully and teach others how it’s done.read more >>
Almost 30 percent of the 702 students surveyed in The Spectrum’s sex survey stated that they, or one of their partners, had taken Plan B as a means of contraceptionread more >>
SA President Minahil Khan called for an SA Assembly and Senate joint session meeting Wednesday night in Knox 110 to discuss the proposed amendments. The groups met to allow assembly members and senators a chance to provide input on each of the amendments, as well as make any inquires.read more >>
The search committee held its initial meeting in Baird Hall Wednesday to hear suggestions from faculty about what they want to see in a new dean.read more >>
At approximately 12:30 p.m. Thursday, University Police received calls regarding a student who was reportedly having a seizure in Capen Hall.read more >>
Any undergraduate student with a minimum GPA of 2.5 is eligible to apply for the position online. The main responsibilities of a senator are to vote on club grant requests and the SA budget. A committee will select one of the applicants for the position.read more >>
Deidree Golbourne, formerly BSU’s vice president, has stepped into the role of president and on Monday night, BSU unanimously elected Samirra Felix, as its new vice president, causing a major shakeup in the executive board of the club with the largest budget in the Student Association.
Oliver declined comment about why left left his position, but did say he would eventually be open to speaking to The Spectrum.read more >>
Lieutenant David Urbanek said UPD patrolled the kitchen areas in the Union but could not find anything that would have set the alarm off. He said it's possible there was a malfunction with the alarm.read more >>
In its first meeting of the spring semester on Tuesday, the Faculty Senate discussed the new general education curriculum that was passed by the body in December of 2014 and is set to begin next fall with the incoming class of 2016.read more >>
Many international students struggle to adjust with the different time zones and weather conditions after returning back to Buffalo. On-campus resources like the International Student and Scholar Services, Wellness Education Services and the Intercultural and Diversity Center attempt to help students to cope with these barriers.read more >>
UB’s Confucius Institute is working for the fifth straight year to produce an event that displays the values and customs associated with the Chinese New Year celebration.read more >>