Many people go to church to sit in the church pews, listen to sermons, or kneel down and pray. Few could imagine that those same pews would be turned sideways to face a long, white, glitzy runway for a fashion show.
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For some, the subject of math is a dreaded topic and the square route of pi seems like a useless fact to memorize for the future. But for John Ringland, an associate professor of mathematics at UB, numbers are his life.
ORLANDO, Fla. – Two articles written last semester by then-Spectrum Editor in Chief Andrew Wiktor and Investigative Reporter Amanda Jonas won national awards last week at the 90th annual National College Media Convention.
Carlton Brock III, a junior English major, likes being in control of the world. When a writer gets behind a computer or notebook, that's exactly the type of power they possess.
It's that time of year again. The temperature has begun to chill, leaves are transitioning from vibrant green to crisp orange and yellows, and pumpkins surround the entrances to most supermarkets. September came and went and October has made its way back again.
While sitting in the office of David Schmid, Ph.D., it isn't the bookcase overflowing with books about serial killers and crime fiction that stands out. It's the chalkboard scribbled with "You're the Best Dad Ever!" and the ‘I heart Dad' painted pictures that do.
This year's Fashion Week was all about the designers and "all about Buffalo baby," said Jimmy Lee one of the designers that premiered during the week. Buffalo wrapped up its third annual Fashion Week this past Saturday at the Niagara Convention Center, and it was the most successful one yet.
"Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening." – Coco Chanel.
Mercedes-Benz of Buffalo Fashion Week
Fall is quickly approaching and while it may be too soon to bundle up in thick sweaters and jackets just yet, a scarf is the perfect accessory to stay warm and look good.
From growing up together in Coudersport, Pa. to running a self-created online business that markets restaurants in Buffalo, brothers Chris and Rob Cavallari and friend Josh Corey are satisfying their cravings by helping students satisfy their own.
While it's easy to find exactly what the latest fall fashion is, when to start wearing it isn't so clear. I constantly hear girls ask themselves, ‘When does one bid farewell to their summer wardrobe and hello to jackets, boots, and hoodies?'
Congratulations to those who have been accepted into The University at Buffalo. Many have spent their summer preparing for their upcoming freshman year and they should be excited because this is one year that will most likely be engrained in memory forever.
School will be over shortly, but that doesn't mean the fun has to end. In fact, it's really just beginning.
Come hungry, leave humanitarian. The month of April is Sexually Transmitted Disease Awareness Month, and the city of Buffalo is spreading the word through its 9th Annual Dining Out For Life.
On a campus as big as UB, there's bound to be some marijuana use. UB NORML rallies supporters to clear the air on this hazy topic.
Spring has officially arrived, and that means one very important thing: spring fashion. Sorry guys, this one is just for the girls.
As UB seniors finish the last months of their college careers, a wealth of concerns come with the package of their caps and gowns.
Part-time jobs may be both a curse and a blessing for struggling college students who are strapped for cash and time.
International Fiesta, the annual cultural dance competition that pits the international clubs on campus against one another, took the main stage at the Center for the Arts this past Saturday.