Film: “Get Out”
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Film: “Get Out”
Latin American Student Association (LASA) examined the troubles of immigration policies through a familial theme at International Fiesta on Saturday night.
The Black Student Union brought afro-futurism to the runway Saturday night.
The contemporary and classical will soon morph together as dancers get ready on stage in the Center for the Arts.
Time is frigidly moving along as the Buffalo weather has seen its ups and downs. Your class workload may be increasing in the next few weeks but the Queen City will always keep you steady with great live music.
On a night full of fair performances, the Grammy Awards took a political turn toward when A Tribe Called Quest took a stand against President Donald Trump.
Ebony G. Patterson uses glamorous accents such as glitter and sparkles to draw viewers into the ideas of gender and death.
There are very few relaxing days ahead this semester as the leisureliness of syllabus week has come to a close. Don’t fret, as a number of respected acts will be making their way to musical destinations scattered throughout Erie County.
This week, students of different identities joined together to exhibit togetherness through an odd medium: yarn.
Hip-hop culture has previously failed to treat members of the LGBTQ community with open arms. Recently, the tides in the genre have changed and hip-hop has become fairer to LGBTQ artists.
Last year was marked by acts like Frank Ocean and Radiohead thoughtfully exhibiting their dexterity through song. Now, 2017 is set to be packed with records by established and rising artists alike. Here’s a peek at what this year will offer.
British comedian John Cleese is no stranger to silliness. Cleese presented his folly in the form of video clips to more than 1,000 people at the Center for the Arts on Friday.
Winter break offers up the perfect time to gather around the television and spend time watching movies with family. Here are some of the best flicks that the holidays have to offer.
Finals are now upon us. If you yearn to get away from the heavy workload and intense studying sessions in Capen, consider seeing a concert in the next couple of weeks.
It was last Tuesday evening, the day before Thanksgiving break. The typical “have a nice break” and “enjoy the food” exchanges occurred with friends and peers alike.
Thanksgiving is in the books but Buffalo’s concert offerings aren't. Some acts stopping by will be R&B artist Tory Lanez and alternative rock band Daughtry.
Charles Mingus’ greatness could be heard echoing throughout the first floor of the old Baird Hall – now Allen Hall – 45 years ago.
Album: We Got It from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service
On the eve of the presidential election, students made sure that their politician was noticed on North Campus.
This week will not only feature a significant presidential election but loads of musical opportunities. Buffalo will host soul artist Peter Wolf, metal band Asking Alexandria and other diverse acts this week. The most important decision you can make this week is to attend these magnificent shows.