We’ve all been there: you’re sitting in the library, walking down the Spine, trying not to fall asleep in Orgo — and then the Student Union Moe’s hits you. You need to find a bathroom. Fast.
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Aaaaaahhhhhhhh!!!!! It’s that dreaded last stretch of the semester where assignments are piled high and stress levels are even higher. Final exams and papers are sure to suck up a lot of your time, but hopefully everyone can find a little time to destress. Because finals are scary.
This semester might not be over, but it’s already time to plan the next one. With hundreds of classes to choose from, filling out a Schedule Builder that doesn’t look like the side of Furnas Hall is no easy feat.
Bright orange leaves, flannel shirts, seasonal depression and pumpkin spice: everyone’s second favorite season is here, and there’s no shortage of ways to enjoy it in Western New York.
Grab your bongs, joints and blunts; it’s every pot head’s favorite holiday.
Overcast skies, colorful leaves and all things pumpkin spice: Halloween season is in full swing in Buffalo.
With graduation just around the corner, college seniors across the country will be leaving their campuses and heading into the “real world.” Here at The Spectrum, we are saying goodbye to 12 editors as they head off on their various journeys, whether that be continuing their education or starting their careers.
Breaking into the music industry is hard.
Whether because of falling COVID-19 particles or snowflakes, students in the Queen City are forced to spend a lot of time indoors — especially in 2022.
Being a student on a budget is a tough task — that’s why the staff of The Spectrum compiled a list of free and discounted things to do in and around the Queen City.
Nothing screams winter like curling up on your couch on a toasty December night and playing Monopoly.
The semester is almost done, which means spring enrollment is underway.
The Queen City may be known to outsiders for its snow and football team, but to natives, it’s the site of culinary excellence.
Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall, or at least that’s what the novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald was quoted as saying.
Last week, Rolling Stone released a reshuffled list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.
As the calendar flips to fall and exam season fast approaches, students are understandably feeling the heat.
For thousands of upperclassmen, the first week of school represented a return to normalcy following three COVID-19-filled semesters.
It was my third Valentine’s Day with my girlfriend of more than two years and I was looking to spice things up. So I decided to buy “sensual” massage oil from Bath and Body Works. My girlfriend always requested back rubs, so why not?
Where and how do University at Buffalo students like to do it? The Spectrum surveyed 207 UB students to identify the general attitude toward Valentine's Day and sex positions.