Martin Luther King III, the eldest son of Martin Luther King Jr., addressed hundreds of attendees inside the Center for the Arts Tuesday evening.
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As the golden hours of summer awake from hibernation, UB student dock workers rejoice.
The normally still hallways of UB’s North Campus were transformed into a battleground of competing ideologies Thursday, as students attended and protested Lt. Col. Allen West’s speech in the Student Union.
Editors' note: The Spectrum spoke on-the-record to a number of students who later requested anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the sexual assault allegations contained within. The Spectrum doesn't usually grant anonymity to sources unless they "may face danger, retribution or other harm," as enumerated in the SPJ Code of Ethics, but has made the decision to do so here in order to protect these people's identities.
UB’s vision for a massive international-themed café became a reality as Kali Orexi and Tikka Table officially opened their doors to students on March 28.
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Monday saw UB’s “LevelUp” gaming lounge open its doors to experienced gamers and curious students alike.
With the lights off and headphones plugged in, the low hum of the monitors sing as projected live stream feeds illuminate the faces of UB’s Esports team
When freshman biomedical sciences major Daniel Knapp enrolled at UB, he received more than a typical acceptance email.
On Jan. 28, 2022, the cookie universe sensed a disturbance.
Junior guard Dyaisha Fair scored 38 points to lead women’s basketball (16-7, 10-3 MAC) to a 93-68 victory over Eastern Michigan (5-14, 2-10 MAC) Wednesday night at Alumni Arena.
Roughly 80 people are participating in UB’s inaugural Cybersecurity Bootcamp, a 400-hour course designed to equip learners with the job-ready skills they need to navigate a rapidly-changing workplace.
Three years ago, then-Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Graham Hammill envisioned One World Café as “much more than a place to eat.” Last Monday, UB opened the newly-constructed café to students — with exactly that goal in mind.
UB is “aware” that the CVS located in The Commons is set to close in January and is “currently reviewing options to sell certain health and personal items on campus,” a university spokesperson told The Spectrum last week.
The lunchtime chaos brewing in The Commons each day is a beast to be tamed. For UB alum Austin Lee, the owner of Austin’s Kitchen, opening day only lasted two hours, before the restaurant ran out of ingredients for the day.
The congested crowd of hangry students craving Korean fare will soon reappear in The Commons with the addition of Austin’s Kitchen — a Korean restaurant owned by UB alum Austin Lee — which is set to open on Wednesday.
When Mizin Shin was an MFA student at UB in the mid-2010s, her printmaking focused less on social justice issues, and more on traditional art.
The CVS located in The Commons may close in January, people with knowledge of the situation told The Spectrum Tuesday.
Byron Brown, the four-term incumbent mayor of Buffalo, is waging a write-in campaign to keep his job, after he was upset by India Walton in May’s Democratic primary.
When Ben Carlisle came to the Queen City in 2003, he didn’t plan on staying very long.