Campus Dining and Shops (CDS) will be opening a “fast-casual style” Latin American eatery in time for the start of the spring semester, a CDS spokesperson said.
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Hundreds of eyes were glued to the projector in the UB Center for the Arts’ Mainstage Theatre. On the screen, a cartoon woman finished an important memo at her desk. As she leaned back in her chair, her work-issued, brain-monitoring earbuds sensed her relaxation and automatically began playing her favorite music.
Nick Thompson’s job has changed a lot in 2023.
Kimberly Beaty has been selected as the next chief of University Police, UB officials announced last week.
UB will be providing an on-demand shuttle to the polls for students who are registered to vote with an on-campus address, according to UB Parking and Transportation’s website.
Members of the UB community donated at least $30,525 in 2023 to the two candidates running for Erie County Executive, according to data from the New York State Board of Elections.
In 2021, Amy Schneider was a software manager in Oakland, California.
Seval Yildirim, the vice president for diversity initiatives at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has been selected to be UB’s next vice provost for inclusive excellence, UB President Satish Tripathi announced Tuesday. Her first day on the job will be Nov. 20.
The Leadership4U party won seven of Student Association (SA) Senate’s 12 student seats in elections held last week, giving them control of a quarter of the Senate’s total seats.
UB enrolled 31,888 students this fall, 211 fewer than last year, according to data released by the university this week.
Twenty-eight candidates from five different parties are competing for 12 seats in the Student Association (SA) Senate, making this year’s round of senate elections the most hotly contested in years.
The Erie County District Attorney’s Office won’t oppose a motion from the family of Tyler Lewis to unseal the names of those involved in Lewis’ death by stabbing, a spokesperson for the DA’s office said.
Union-represented graduate and teaching assistants at SUNY campuses across the state will have their fees reduced after the New York State Legislature voted to include $3 million of funding for fee mitigation in the 2024 state budget.
Update: Michael Barnes, a 36-year-old Buffalo man, was charged with second degree murder and second degree criminal possession of a weapon, the Erie County District Attorney's Office announced Sept. 20. If convicted, Barnes faces a maximum of 25 years to life in prison.
Update: The injured student was discharged from ECMC Monday night and is at home recovering, a university spokesperson said Wednesday.
When I joined The Spectrum’s editorial staff as a perky, well-rested freshman, there was nothing I wanted to see more than the return of our weekly print issues.
University administrators are responding to public criticism from an anonymous group of Campus Living paraprofessionals calling themselves “enFOCUS,” who disparaged UB for its treatment of its resident advisors, community assistants and academic assistants.
University Police are investigating the source of false reports of a person with a gun on campus that spread through the UB community Sunday afternoon.
Update, May 3: Five of the seven original candidates — Yaide Valdez, Joey Sechrist, Alika Turton, Matthew Jackson and Brennan Gorman — are running still running. The special election will be ranked choice, meaning students will be able to rank their top three choices instead of just voting for one candidate. Two candidates from the original election — Srikar Kolukuluri and Will Eaton — don’t appear on the special election ballot.