John King won’t officially become SUNY chancellor until Jan. 17, but he kicked off his statewide tour of every SUNY campus with his visit to UB on Friday.
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‘You’re left alone to figure everything out’: CAS students voice frustrations with academic advising
Allison Hartford has only been a UB student for a few months, but she’s already lived through a multitude of the common experiences of a UB student: battling wintry weather in between lectures, cramming for a test in Capen, and getting frustrated with academic advising.
The recent weather has left many confused about whether they should grab a winter coat, an umbrella or sunglasses before walking out the door.
Few Americans knew who Marie Yovanovitch was prior to her testimony before Congress during then-President Donald Trump’s first impeachment inquiry. She told the assembled lawmakers that Rudy Giuliani, then Trump’s personal lawyer, and a corrupt Ukrainian worked to smear her and eventually pressured the U.S. State Department to remove her from her post. This led to the House’s vote to impeach Trump and prompted the 45th president to criticize her on Twitter as she spoke.
I’ve always pushed myself in school.
Approximately 75 students were caught using “an automated enrollment script” to automatically enroll for classes in past semesters and the spring 2023 semester, Cory Nealon, director of news content for the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, said in an email to The Spectrum.
A friend recently asked me about the process of ordering caps and gowns.
*Editor’s note: The Spectrum spoke on the record to one student who is involved in Campus Dining and fears backlash from their employers. The Spectrum doesn’t usually grant anonymity to sources unless they “may face danger, retribution or other harm,” as enumerated in the SPJ Code of Ethics, but has made the decision to do so here in order to protect this person’s identity. The anonymous student will be referred to by the pseudonym of Wendy Smith throughout this story.
The UB community was shaken up by the fatal stabbing that resulted in the death of Buffalo State College student Tyler Lewis outside of the Ellicott Complex Friday night.
University Police are investigating an assault that took place at around 8 p.m. Friday night outside Richmond Quad at Moody Terrace. Police believe that suspects have fled the area, but say that there is “no imminent danger to [the] university community.”
The Latin American Student Association had been preparing for its 18th Annual Heritage Banquet, which “celebrates and commemorates” Hispanic Heritage Month, since the start of the semester.
A UB Stampede bus struck a pedestrian at the roundabout intersection of Lee Road and John James Audubon Parkway near Greiner Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 14.