For the past 11 years, Satish Tripathi has served as president of the largest public university in New York State. That’s four years longer than his predecessor, John Simpson.
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If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.
Hasan Minhaj will headline the Student Association’s annual Comedy Series on Saturday, the organization announced in an Instagram post Monday.
Martin Luther King III, the eldest son of Martin Luther King Jr., addressed hundreds of attendees inside the Center for the Arts Tuesday evening.
The UB chapter of Young Americans for Freedom postponed a planned speech by conservative political commentator Michael Knowles, the organization’s e-board announced in an email to its members Monday.
The English language has a word for seemingly everything.
One month ago, UB softball was riding high.
A new piece of legislation would reimburse SUNY and CUNY students who were disenrolled from their courses for failing to comply with SUNY’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
When Felisha Legette-Jack accepted the Syracuse women’s basketball head coaching job in late March, her decision reverberated around campus.
A confident and enthusiastic Becky Burke was introduced as the 13th head coach in UB women’s basketball history at Alumni Arena Friday.
Jeff Corwin doesn’t think his roles as a conservationist and an entertainer conflict.
The Paul&Pang party won the race for president and vice president of the SA e-board during a five-day election that ended Friday.
Lunay and Shenseea will headline the Student Association’s first Spring Fest small show, according to a Friday post on the SA’s Instagram account.
When Felisha Legette-Jack took the Syracuse head coaching job on Sunday, few people around the women’s basketball team were surprised — not even her old boss.
The Spectrum’s editorial board elected Anthony DeCicco, a junior communication major, editor-in-chief for the 2022-23 academic year last week.
As a catcher, Olivia Kincanon has a view of the entire field.
Campus Dining is still looking to hire more than 80 employees to staff One World Café, the three-story, 53,500-sq. ft. international-themed eatery located outside of Capen Hall.
In 1958, the UB football team turned down the school’s first-ever bowl game invitation because its two Black players weren’t allowed to play.
New York’s statewide mask requirement in schools will be lifted, effective Wednesday, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced in a press conference Sunday afternoon.
As the calendar flips to March, all eyes are on the men’s and women’s basketball teams as they encroach on the NCAA Tournament.