Surveying an area you have walked in for nearly 10 years may seem monotonous to the average eye, yet for media artist Carl Lee, new discoveries are never a rarity. Since 2014, the daily walk Lee has taken with his dog on Unity Island has lent him an intimate perspective of the quarter-square-mile strip between the Niagara River and Black Rock Canal.
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It’s a prevailing attitude among many new students, and even some returning students: “There’s nothing to do here in bumf—k Buffalo!”
Amanda Gorman, the first-ever National Youth Poet Laureate of the U.S. and Amy Schneider, the most successful woman on “Jeopardy!,” are among the guests slated to speak at UB as a part of the 2023-24 Distinguished Speakers Series.
There’s nothing wrong with listening to music in the privacy of our headphones and bedrooms, but there’s something cathartic about experiencing music live, surrounded by other screaming fans.
For 10 years, corners of the internet have eagerly anticipated the final rekindling of Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber’s disrupted story of true love.
Though memorable for playing a frigid Vivian Kensington, Selma Blair showed to be quite the opposite off screen.
Every morning, I remind myself of how my taste buds will indulge in the vanilla flavors of my latte. I remind myself of how my eyes will indulge in the clear cylindrical Starbucks cup sitting rightfully in its designated spot beside my laptop or in the firm grasp of my hand.
Marie Yovanovitch discusses diplomacy and Ukraine’s strength in 2022-23 Distinguished Speaker Series
In 1983, Marie Yovanovitch found out that the U.S. invaded Grenada while reading The New York Times on the subway ride to her Manhattan marketing job.
AASU’s Night Market restores the nostalgia of upbringing for Asian students and the novelty of community
Familiar cultural delights of the Asian diaspora, from the physically digestible to the visually digestible, hosted over 300 students who were in attendance for Asian American Student Union’s (AASU) Night Market last Saturday.
“Dammi Falastini,” a song about Palestinan pride by Palestinian singer Mohammed Assaf, echoed around Flint Loop as students gathered last Friday for UB Amnesty International’s “Free Palestine” walk from North to South Campus.
‘I don’t think it’s a relationship that could ever happen again’: Alice Cooper reflects on becoming the ‘Godfather of Shock Rock’
Within 24 hours of being in Los Angeles, UB alum Shep Gordon had quit his short-lived ambition as a parole officer at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall and stumbled into the Hollywood Landmark, a hotel where Jimi Hendrix helped plant his feet in the music industry as a manager for Alice Cooper.