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It’s a Saturday afternoon and Ninghui Jin is doing his weekly shopping at Asia Food Market on Niagara Falls Boulevard.
As an avid bathroom user –– mostly due to high consumption of C3 –– I have become a campus bathroom connoisseur. Through my two years at UB, I’ve used almost every male bathroom on North Campus. When duty calls, you don’t refuse.
Buffalo is known for our unfortunate sports teams and our love of chicken wings. But embedded deep into the cold tundra are a number of frigidly haunted places.
Film: “Halloween” Release Date: Oct. 19 Studio: Miramax Grade: B
Halloweekend is meant for more than dressing up.
For committed junior Davay Henry, improv is so much more than just performing in front of other individuals.
On Sept. 28, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. The earthquake triggered a roughly 10-foot-high tsunami. The tsunami struck land and hit Palu, Indonesia.
UB has a winning football team and students are starting to get excited about games. On Sept. 29, 23,671 fans packed into the stadium for the Army game. Last weekend, 19,506 fans came. That’s 4,494 more people who came to the 2016 Akron game.
Buffalo football is looking strong as the Bulls remain undefeated in the Mid-American Conference.
Just one night after securing their first home Mid-American Conference win of the season, the Bulls fell flat against a last-in-the-MAC Central Michigan team.
For William Regan, the UB Distinguished Speakers Series is all about the process.
If you walk across campus, it’s no secret that the Smoke Free UB Policy isn’t enforced.
TED, the nonprofit organization bringing industry leaders to its world-famous stage, is making its mark in Buffalo one speaker at a time. Buffalo’s eighth TEDx event –– “x” standing for an independently organized event sponsored by the parent company –– attracted fans of all ages Thursday night at Asbury Hall in Babeville.
The Student Association didn’t notify The Spectrum or other news media in advance of its last Senate meeting, a public meeting where students move and distribute student activity fee money.
As I walked through the Student Union on a weekday, I noticed a colorful flyer posted on one of the bulletin boards. The small piece of paper most likely would never have caught my attention had it not displayed the rainbow flag, a symbol for LGBTQ pride around the world.
A Johnny Marr show is an evening of the past, present and future of the guitarist-turned-singer-songwriter who continues to push on 40 years into an exceptional career.
It was nothing but smiles from Goo Goo Dolls’ founders Johnny Rzeznik and Robby Takac Friday night at their first of three sold-out shows at Shea’s Performing Arts Center.
Associate head coach Jim Whitesell tells his players to stay low as he watches them play five-on-five.