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Update: The Spectrum has learned UB's COVID-19 informational website indicated dining facilities would be "arranged for access" during the week of March 14-22. On-campus UB dining locations were not open Saturday and Sunday, according to UB Campus Dining & Shops website.
Kane Brown, one of the biggest artists in country music, touched down at the KeyBank Center Saturday as he secured another accolade: his song “Homesick” had just hit No. 1 on country radio.
Students, faculty and staff gathered for a march to remember their friend, fellow band member and peer, who died on campus Wednesday.
“Les Misérables,” the classic French novel turned musical, brought both emotion and precision during its opening night Tuesday at Shea’s Performing Arts Center.
UB has narrowed down its search for a new provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs.
UB's trip to Toronto was a chance for the NCAA to showcase some of its brightest to an up-north crowd.
When UB built the Center for the Arts in 1994, Jonathan Kirk was three years old.
Matthew Thornton typically walks by the Center for the Arts on his way to class.
Roughly $900,000 of “questionable” UB transactions are the center of a new audit report issued by the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) Friday.
Ahh … Buffalo.
“Pack your bags,” Ben said.
The Bulls football team (1-1) quieted roughly 104,000 Penn State fans and shocked a national TV crowd, leading 10-7 after the first half of Saturday night’s game.
UB’s Music Library, a 50-plus-year-old collection of scores, LPs and more, is set to be moved to Lockwood Library, according to UB.
ROCHESTER — At 75 years old, most veteran singers usually lose a step or two.
UB students in Guy Talk, a community series aimed toward assisting and enriching the lives of minority men, will perform at Sunday’s Juneteenth Festival on Buffalo’s East Side.
The Black Student Union is one of UB’s oldest and the largest minority club.
Dr. Scott Williams has mastered just about everything he’s set his mind to.
Liesl Folks, dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, is set to leave her position on July 26, according to an announcement from Provost Charles Zukoski on Wednesday.