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Matthew Groth pouts into a vanity mirror in his bedroom, admiring his jawline and fixing his already-perfect hair. A 10-foot rack stands next to him, housing over 15 wigs and enough fake jewelry and form-fitting outfits to satisfy a production of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.”
Student Representative Michael Brown called into Monday’s UB Council meeting and spoke for 15 minutes, denouncing the university’s decision to remove Sub-Board I as the fiscal agent for student fees.
Roughly 40 UB community members flooded the fifth floor of Capen Hall on Tuesday morning. They occupied chairs, couches and the floor while yelling “No Way FSA,” and “Save SBI.”
UB is replacing Sub-Board I, which has overseen student government funds for the past 49 years, with the Faculty Student Association, a private nonprofit.
It was 7 p.m. in The Spectrum office last night. It was a typical Tuesday, with Jacklyn showing me how to click my heels in the air. I was making a complete fool of myself as Savanna took videos to document my progress, or lack thereof, and Tom and Brent sporadically cheered me on from their respective corners of the office.
Satish Tripathi has been UB president for eight years and said he’ll continue to serve the role as long as he feels like he can “make a difference.”
Starting this week, Muslim students at UB, along with Muslim people all over the world, will be fasting from sunlight to sunset to observe Ramadan.
Roughly 50 protesters marched to UB President Satish Tripathi’s office on Wednesday afternoon, leaving a coffin and a petition on the front desk.
The Student Association senate voted to increase its executive board stipends to the highest in UB history after a tense, four-hour-long meeting Friday night.
The African Student Association held its first annual Tamsha Afrika -- an arts, dance and music festival -- on Sunday night in the Student Union, celebrating 50 years since ASA was established in 1968.
Moody lyrics, angsty rhythms and transcendent vocals engulf the members of Previous Love as they practice in a soundproof basement in their own world.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice served as America’s highest-ranking diplomat under President George W. Bush’s administration, was the senior director of Soviet and East European Affairs in the National Security Council at the end of the Cold War and was the first African-American provost of Stanford University.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said it is time for America to fight the “four horsemen of the apocalypse:” populism, nativism, protectionism and nationalism.
UB freshman Sebastian Serafin-Bazan was in stable condition Sunday evening after an alleged hazing incident at Sigma Pi fraternity in University Heights sent him to the hospital in cardiac arrest early Friday morning.
The 18-year-old UB student, Sebastian Serafin-Bazan, who is the victim of an alleged hazing incident, is alive and currently hospitalized at Buffalo General Medical Center, according to UB spokesperson John DellaContrada. DellaContrada said he could not release any further medical information.
A UB student is currently hospitalized following a possible hazing incident involving Sigma Pi fraternity, at 69 Custer St., last night, according to a UB press release and the Buffalo Police Department.
Maurice Reeves juggles four separate pans of pasta on a stove as a line of 50 college students stretches out behind his counter at Pistachio’s.
Human rights attorney and advocate Qasim Rashid has helped change and shape the narrative around the Muslim American experience for over a decade.