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Alexander Sansolo’s wishes were granted when he got the opportunity to intern at the Magic Kingdom. Three years of college and academics left him “burnt out” but the internship was his golden ticket to the Disney “imagineering” world and a way to find his true calling.
Growing up, Maddie Norton spent her days playing street hockey.
Kelsey Wegman used to never want to share the stage. Like most dancers, she dreamed of big, dramatic solo numbers, dancing center stage, spotlight following her every move.
On March 16, Matt Gildersleeve sent out a tweet asking for help.
Reading this, you’ve likely endured life in quarantine for over a month now, desperately looking for ways to pass the time.
Album: Making a Door Less Open
Twins Quillen and Jaillen Howze verbally committed to the UB football team early Wednesday.
It’s been almost two months since UB shut down campus, which means it’s been almost two months since I’ve been in The Spectrum office.
This isn’t my goodbye to UB, but it is a goodbye to The Spectrum and the dominant experience of my college years. More importantly, this isn’t a goodbye to my friends, but it is a thank you.
Eighteen-year-old eyes. A future in business.
Before I began my pursuit of journalism … actually, scratch that. During my first-ever interview in February 2012, a source gave me the greatest advice I could ever use.
I remember sitting in my first Spectrum class. It was fall 2018, the first day of my second year at UB. A year –– I promised myself –– that I would change my perspective.
I rarely thought about writing this.
I never thought that one day in March, sitting in Capen with my friend since middle school, would define so much of the rest of my college experience.
I never had a chance to make The Spectrum office the home it could have been.
Last semester, my intramural soccer team lost in the semi-finals of the UB playoffs.
Tasfiah Khan always expected her freshman year of college would mean she could “become more independent.” She envisioned meeting new friends, creating her own schedule and settling into a new environment.
Like many people, I have a hard time getting out of bed without browsing social media for far too long first.
After the cancellation of his “Roaring ‘20s Tour” that had a stop at Buffalo’s Town Ballroom in April, Jack Harlow still heard some good news last month.
COVID-19 has disrupted some of UB Athletics’ normal operations but it hasn’t prevented the school’s coaches from recruiting, within the confines of the NCAA mandated “dead period,” of course.