The Queen City may be known to outsiders for its snow and football team, but to natives, it’s the site of culinary excellence.
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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.
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.
Once again, it is time for The Spectrum's "Sharpest Point." Only this isn't the same Sharpest Point that you remember from last semester. In this edition, 16 members of The Spectrum staff - ranging from arts editors to sports staff writers - will be involved in a single elimination tournament with one match taking place each Friday from here on out.
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