Vice President for Student Life A. Scott Weber will serve as UB’s interim provost upon Charles Zukoski’s departure on Oct. 1.
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Erie County District Attorney John Flynn along with many students and staff at UB, feel that former UB Vice President Dennis Black deserved some amount of jail time and received a lighter punishment than he deserved.
Dennis Black, former UB vice president was sentenced to five years probation, 2500 hours of community service and a $5000 fine.
UB libraries will waive late fees for overdue books through Dec. 18. The fee waiver is part of The Amnesty Campaign, an effort to transfer more than 4.2 million printed materials to a new database.
Cutline: Professor Lance Rintamaki’s Sex Com class is the only class of its kind in the country. His quirky personality and level of engagement attract 300 students to take his class each semester.
Sophomore environmental design major Sophia Rogllio (left) and freshman environmental studies and art major Alexa Ringer (right) were disappointed and frustrated to learn that the UB Foundation invests in fracking, which leaked documents revealed on Nov. 17. Rogillio and Ringer are members of UB Fossil Free, an organization that advocates for the university to divest from fossil fuel industries.
In Ethiopia, Eyoel Hailegabriel never experienced snow or winter. After moving to Buffalo, the winter weather -- a drastic change from the arid climate he’s used to -- shocked Hailegabriel.
The Spectrum spoke with Bulls Head Coach Nate Oats. Oats enters his third year as head coach for the Bulls and will be looking to win his second MAC title.
Apple’s new iPhone X comes with a beautiful design and operating system, but a hefty price tag. After a week of use, my initial thoughts on the device are mostly positive, but Apple still hasn’t perfected what they’re calling “the future.”
Professor Kushal K. Bhardwaj’s army of loyal students is standing by his side in the midst of his abrupt removal last month. Students are unhappy with the compensation they received and are unhappy that they are not able to drop the class without being penalized.
SUNY Distinguished law professor and constitutional law expert John Gardner sits in his office in 514 O’Brian Hall. Gardner is a strong advocate for a constitutional convention in New York State.
A sandwich and a hot dog are ready to hash out their views. Debate over what constitutes a sandwich can reach the same intensity of current political discourse.
Scott Weber sits in his office in 520 Capen Hall. Weber, vice president of Student Life, sat down with The Spectrum Tuesday morning to discuss student concerns and his vision for the university.
Enjoy a caramel apple themed Moscow Mule this Halloween season.
The Buffalo Central Terminal is one of the country’s historic former railroad stations. It is alleged to be one of Buffalo’s most haunted locations.
Theresa Payton spoke in Alumni Arena Wednesday evening as part of the Distinguished Speakers Series. Payton is a former Chief Information Officer for President George W. Bush and is a leading cybersecurity expert.
Vice president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Devon Patterson spoke at Wednesday's DIFCON event. He spoke about the importance of student-athletes' voices in social issues.
UB eliminated its Newspaper Readership Program that offered students, faculty and staff complimentary copies of newspapers. Students can still access digital news articles through the library's database subscriptions.
Actor and comedian Bill Murray took to Kleinhans Hall Wednesday night and read and performed classic pieces of American literature in "New Worlds," a literary and music show featuring a cellist and violinist.
Students had the opportunity to offer feedback for the future Global Market Cafe. More than 1,200 students, faculty and staff participated in four different focus groups in SU 228 Wednesday and sampled dishes that reflect potential menu options for the cafe.