It feels so surreal that my undergraduate career is over.
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Students surged through the security line at the Governor’s Complex C Lot Saturday as the gates opened for the UB Student Association’s first Spring Fest since 2019.
When I first realized I was bisexual, I wasn’t upset with myself; I was happy to finally understand myself a little better.
UB’s Department of Theatre and Dance put on a rendition of “Twelfth Night,” a play from the bibliography of William Shakespeare, last weekend in the Center For the Arts’ Black Box Theatre.
Few tales are told as uniquely as “BoJack Horseman.”
Few mediums take their title sequences as seriously as anime. Typically running 90 seconds, these openings have become eponymous with the culture as a whole.
There are countless holidays surrounding alcohol consumption. From St. Patrick’s Day beers to champagne on New Year’s Eve, drinking has become a large part of holiday celebration.
The Center for the Arts’ atrium walls are impossible to miss.
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, UB’s Center for the Arts Drama Theatre showcased an array of displays last weekend in the form of Choreolab, a showing of dances by various choreographers from UB’s Dance Program.
Few things bring people together like food. Breaking bread with friends and family over a deliciously hearty meal after a long day creates memories that can last a lifetime.
Album: “I Know Nigo!”
Album: “WHO CARES?”
Jon Nelson has worn many hats in his day; he has performed in Broadway orchestra pits, presented musical masterclasses around the world and played with industry legends like Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Frank Zappa.
As a college student, it can become easy to forget what lies beyond my home state of New York.
Album: “God Don’t Make Mistakes”
Is it just me, or do women not receive enough representation in the rap industry?
Last Monday, UB’s Theatre and Dance Department sent out a university-wide email announcing its events calendar for the semester.
The DC Extended Universe has seen a rejuvenation of sorts as of late. After a string of less-than-stellar films and the fallout from the departure of Zack Snyder, movies like “The Suicide Squad” and “Shazam!” have showcased the universe beginning to relax. “Peacemaker,” the spinoff series of the aforementioned “The Suicide Squad,” perfectly continues this trend, balancing violence with raunchy humor and genuinely heartfelt performances.
At the UB Strategist and Role Players Association’s weekly meetings, students are bound to run into a few nostalgic relics from their childhood gaming sessions.