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Our paper had a blank front page on March 11. It was blank, but it contained a promise: We would explain why we couldn’t provide coverage of International Fiesta or document the dramatic win by the Korean Student Association.
Erie County Supreme Court released former UB student Hannah Christensen from her second arraignment Friday morning before State Supreme Court Justice Christopher J. Burns.
Longtime UB Distinguished Professor Dr. Robert Genco died Wednesday morning in Foster Hall during a meeting with colleagues, according to UB officials.
Lennon Stella was destined for greatness.
UB President Tripathi thinks every student should take a computer science or statistics course before they graduate, he said after chuckling.
Joe Biden walked out to a standing ovation at Alumni Arena Thursday night, just hours after becoming a target in a list of nationwide political bomb threats.
Joe Biden served as a U.S. senator for 36 years before becoming one of country’s most recognizable public figures as the 47th vice president.
The year I was born, The Spectrum celebrated its 47th year.
On Thursday afternoon, a gunman broke through the glass at Maryland’s Capital Gazette daily newspaper and killed five reporters. This was a targeted attack, an act of distinct hatred -- a tragic attack on our society.
A UB Facilities employee removed and threw away stacks of Spectrum newspapers from stands in the Student Union at 11:53 p.m. on Tuesday. A Campus Life employee discarded the remaining stacks on the first floor near the Putnams staircase at 2:16 p.m. Wednesday, according to University Police surveillance reports.
In today’s issue, we reported on our front page about a UB senior adviser in the Educational Opportunity Program who used his office to have sex with a student and text the student sexually suggestive photos and videos. We printed his name despite strong pressure from university officials who feel we should not have done so. We have thought deeply about the implications of including and not including his name, and believe printing his name is in the public interest.
When a UB student began an affair with a senior UB staffer in August 2016, she thought it would just be a fun story to tell at her bachelorette party one day.
Firefighters pumped a total of 250,000 gallons of Lake LaSalle water — around 1,500 gallons per minute — into the mud pit on St. Rita’s Lane ahead of UB’s annual Oozefest.
Joseph Raab took over as UB Facilities Interim Director on April 9 after Scott Ludtka was demoted from the position and put on paid leave.
‘When Larry Met Amy...’: Former Spectrum editors-in-chief from the '70s married and reflect on time at UB
Amy Dunkin and Larry Kraftowitz would frequently get pancakes at 2 a.m. after they finished sending in The Spectrum to print in the 1970s. He was the editor-in-chief in 1974 while she was managing editor. She became EIC in 1975.
The Spectrum sat down for a monthly lunch with UB President Satish Tripathi in Tripathi’s office to discuss his career, campus security, freedom of speech and student concerns.
Andrew Bird took the audience through his lifelong musical career in a two-hour show Saturday night in the Center for the Arts. He bowed, strummed and the plucked the strings, played it clean and distorted with pedals, and looped his own sound back to build on himself.
A glockenspiel, violin, guitar –– Andrew Bird plays them all.
Steven Jackson lost his son Solomon, a UB football player, nearly two years ago and the hurt still sits heavy. Sometimes, on his way home from work at UPS in Tucker, Georgia, he drives to Solomon’s former high school, parks in the parking lot and cries. He remembers driving Solomon, who had perfect attendance, to and from school for four years.