Only seven students held up signs asking UB administrators for academic relief as part of a UB Feeling Burnt Out demonstration at Flint Loop Wednesday.
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If you read my first column questioning the necessity of the n-word, then you already know how I feel:
In May 2020, Ben Campbell* was laid off from his job at a local car dealership. Two weeks later, he applied for another job, but was turned down after a drug test detected marijuana use.
Former Student Association president left UB due to financial difficulties, hopes to return in the fall
Former Student Association President Alyssa Palacios said in an email to The Spectrum that she had “no choice” but to resign from her role due to financial restraints that forced her to leave UB.
‘A simple statement, a declaration:’ Patrisse Cullors discusses BLM’s fight against racial inequality
Patrisse Cullors says those who haven’t participated in the Black Lives Matter movement wouldn’t fully understand the importance of a Black organization being nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.
Alyssa Palacios has stepped down as Student Association president, according to an email sent to SA staff Wednesday by her successor Nelaje Branch.
On Jan. 27, the Student Association nominated and elected Nelaje Branch as the new SA vice president. This election took place on SA’s Facebook Live with 134 viewers in attendance.
Equashia Mumeen switches her Black Lives Matter mask to a plain blue surgical one before she arrives to work at Campus Dining & Shops’ C3.
During Shop Black Week, BSU Historian Sanyia Julien was working her shift at Shake Shack in Brooklyn when a girl walked into the store selling sweatsuits for $120.
On Tuesday, UB President Satish Tripathi announced in an email that the university still plans on transitioning to remote learning on Nov. 24, even as on-campus COVID cases rise.
After weeks of convening, the UB Faculty Senate announced on Sunday the spring semester will be pushed from Jan. 31 to Feb. 1 and there will be no spring break in accordance with SUNY guidelines.
Junior political science major Ameerah Ahmed stayed up till 4 a.m. on Election Day to watch live coverage of the presidential election.
UB College Democrats Vice President Savannah Chadwick Hochoy believes it’s “incredibly important” for young people to vote because of how “crucial” this election is.
UB School of Social Work Dean Nancy Smyth will step down as dean and assume a faculty role following the spring 2021 semester. She is the second dean to resign this week, after School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Dean James O'Donnell resigned on Oct. 14.
Leslie Odom Jr. said he wasn’t “athletically inclined” as a child, even though his father put him on “every” sports team within a “10-mile radius” of their Philadelphia home.
A plane piloted by Stephen Barnes, a UB School of Law graduate and former partner of Cellino and Barnes, crashed in Genesee Friday, killing him, 61, and his niece Elizabeth Barnes, 32.
Police are investigating an incident where a cyclist was struck by a pickup truck during a Black Lives Matter protest in Buffalo’s Niagara Square Wednesday night.
Newly elected SA President Adolyn Cofie wants students to feel more important on campus. She wants them to feel their concerns are being addressed and they have an outlet for their problems.
In 2019, UB spent close to $46 million on athletics, with a 56% subsidy, making UB the highest athletics spender among Division 1 schools and the third highest subsidizer, according to a report done by Eastern Michigan University analytics professor, Howard Bunsis.
When classes first started, I excitedly opened the door to my new office and sat down as The Spectrum’s new editor-in-chief.