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Hello, teens! It’s us, Dan and Sarah. In our advanced age (We both graduated in 2018), we’ve decided to bestow some of our sweet, sweet post-grad wisdom in order to make sure you enjoyed your time here before you shake President Tripathi’s hand. And don’t worry, you’ll find out who Tripathi is eventually, we all did.
There’s more UB athletics alum than Khalil Mack.
UB has a very solid alumni record. From graduates like Wolf Blitzer, Khalil Mack and Terry Gross to dropouts like Ronnie James Dio, the school has plenty to be proud of when it comes to past students.
One World Café will become the “new front door” to North Campus, according to its steering committee.
UB agreed to a new five-year deal with head women’s basketball coach Felisha Legette-Jack that will run through 2024, according to a Wednesday announcement.
Last week, we lost one of our own.
Seniors will still be able to continue UB’s tradition of signing a painted buffalo before graduating in May.
Tony Watson put up shots at Alumni Arena on Tuesday, but this time not as a student or a member of the men’s basketball team. Watson returned to his alma mater to help train the UB men’s basketball program.
Moody lyrics, angsty rhythms and transcendent vocals engulf the members of Previous Love as they practice in a soundproof basement in their own world.
The first Spectrum came out in December, 1950. In it, our staff wrote that a campus newspaper must present “all the hues and facets” of important issues at UB.
Charles Fulco, who was once trading bonds on Wall Street, is now traveling the country to educate students on the astronomical phenomena of total solar eclipses.
Yusef Burgos — or Sef, as friends call him — sits in a low chair dressed in a hoodie and jeans that clearly cost over $400. He speaks in a relaxed voice that does little to convey his busy schedule.
Shep Gordon’s parents brought their son to a Queens Greyhound station in the summer of 1964 and loaded his bags onto a midnight bus to Buffalo.
UB’s virtual food pantry program, Blue Table, is officially accessible to students.
UB Council student representative elections will run April 23-25 and students can vote online through UBLinked.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice served as America’s highest-ranking diplomat under President George W. Bush’s administration, was the senior director of Soviet and East European Affairs in the National Security Council at the end of the Cold War and was the first African-American provost of Stanford University.
UB professor Natesh Parashurama remembers being woken up in the middle of the night, blindfolded and forced to answer questions posed by brothers in Alpha Tau Omega, the MIT fraternity he was pledging and hoped to join.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said it is time for America to fight the “four horsemen of the apocalypse:” populism, nativism, protectionism and nationalism.
Eighteen-year-old Sebastian Serafin-Bazan was a dedicated student who kept a Post-it note above his desk that said “GPA goal 4.0.”
Vice President for Student Life A. Scott Weber will oversee a committee to review each of UB’s 21 fraternities and 16 sororities with a focus on anti-hazing.