From “Cinderella” to “Renaissance,” UB’s recent musical choices have varied greatly in recent years. But one great composer and lyricist has been absent from its line-up for over a decade.
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Tate McRae’s sophomore album, “Think Later,” starts off with a bang and ends with a fizzle as she experiences the emotions that come with the end of a relationship.
Repetition of the words “clitoris” and “vagina” are — surprisingly — not the most eyebrow-raising aspects of the 2023 feminist documentary, “The Disappearance of Shere Hite.” Instead, it’s that the 30th-best-selling book of all time, “The Hite Report,” seems to have been forgotten.
Historic preservationist Jeff Iovannone discussed conserving LGBTQ+ spaces in Western New York as a part of the UB Gender Institute’s Signature Lecture series on Oct. 12.
Partying is a rite of passage for college students. Embrace the stereotype, and do it well.
Step into the world of “Puffs,” a tongue-in-cheek “Harry Potter” parody play that promises laughter from start to finish for Potterheads and muggles alike.