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*The Spectrum is bringing back its sex column. It’ll come out twice a month. Our new sex columnist, Charlotte Valentine, will discuss topics, such as sex on drugs, Tinder experiences, how to handle leaked nudes and more. They will give advice on how to embrace sexuality and radiate confidence in and out of sexual relationships.
After a serious car accident in Buffalo, UB student Habiba Abdelall found her comfort through art.
Social House is more than a social experiment.
You could have all of your sex questions answered while mindlessly walking to class.
The Buffalo community knew Torin Finver as a “driven” man and an expert in addiction medicine, who for the past four years forged unique bonds with patients by making them feel he understood their struggles.
Student Association President Gunnar Haberl presented UB’s State of the Student Association address on Wednesday night.
February is a notoriously hard month for UB students. Classwork and bad weather return in full force, making it pretty miserable. The Buffalo music scene, despite the low morale, continues to draw in big acts for local fans.
Gina Smith took a bus from Oil City, Pennsylvania to see “Cats” on opening night at Shea’s Theater. She had been waiting to see the show for 32 years.
Blackface isn’t just a southern thing.
UB is looking to transform the job search experience with a new program: Here to Career.
I’m 16 and I’m watching Margot Robbie explain subprime mortgages while she’s taking a bubble bath in the film, “The Big Short.”
We’ve heard his songs. We’ve anticipated his albums.
The Bulls, in a season with its share of ups and downs, return to Alumni Arena after three weeks away and want to continue their winning ways.
Head football coach Lance Leipold received a five-year contract extension running through the 2023 season, UB Athletics announced on Tuesday.
Buffalo loves to shoot from three. Every player on the men’s basketball starting lineup can shoot from deep and there is no question as to why they do it so much. They’re number 23 in the nation for three-point attempts this season with 629 attempts.
Students and professors came together to pull off what history professor Dalia Muller called “an impossible project” – a tribute to civil rights leaders, using limited resources.
None of the Spectrum editors’ families were majorly affected by the recent government shutdown, the longest in U.S. history.
When I signed up for The Spectrum’s writing course, I was excited for all the things I would learn: how to write, report and conduct interviews.
Miller Tennis Center reopened for business this weekend as men’s and women’s tennis each hosted their first home matches of the season.
Father Roy Herberger, a priest at UB’s Newman Center, returned to active ministry in December.