At my last end-of-the year picnic with The Spectrum, I was given the stunning paper plate award, “Least likely to be a journalist.”
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Everyone has the right to f—k, to get f—ked, and to abstain from f—king at their and their partner’s consensual discretion.
E Lyons’ drag persona, Mx. Ology, has a simple origin story.
From the flashy, colorful lights of New York City to the drab and slow-moving suburban midwest, “The Prom” captures all the delights of queer-acceptance and community through on-point comedy and stellar performances.
A whirlpool of sound descends on the audience in Lippes Concert Hall. The entrancing call of the clarinet and the enchanting ring of the piano lures the audience into a hypnotizing and liminal musical space.
Summer has ended and school is back in session. It’s easy to become overwhelmed in the changing seasons and reinstated responsibilities that come with the fall semester. But one is never alone in the feeling of these scholastic scaries.
Syllabi, pumpkin spice and everything nice —fall semester is finally here and with it comes an array of arts events just as colorful as the autumn foliage.
Students surged through the security line at the Governor’s Complex C Lot Saturday as the gates opened for the UB Student Association’s first Spring Fest since 2019.
City Girls and Polo G will headline Spring Fest Saturday with PnB Rock as their opener.
As an avid sufferer of health anxiety, I was scrolling through my patient portal, meticulously checking my health history, when I stumbled upon a particularly funny note from a 2009 physical:
Walker Tufts spends his days placing his face in dirt.
From laughing about their difficulty learning dance moves to discussing the movie “Camp Rock,” the members of The Royal Pitches have cultivated a friendship that oozes with comfort and ease.
Few mediums take their title sequences as seriously as anime. Typically running 90 seconds, these openings have become eponymous with the culture as a whole.
The Student Association has released the dates of “Electrofest” and Spring Fest, the next two shows in its spring concert series.
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.
With spring in full bloom and the end of the semester around the corner, performances by various UB groups promise to end the school year with a bang.
Growing up, Johnson City, NY was a lot of things to me — the place I was born, a village no one outside Broome County would recognize and most importantly, a place to get the hell out of as soon as humanly possible.