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After months of rallying for a living stipend, English TAs and GAs are finally seeing a rise in their pay. Starting in Fall 2018, average stipends for English Ph.D candidates will increase to $18,000 per year, which is $3,000 more than current levels.
UB’s past two athletic directors left for more lucrative positions after brief tenures. As UB begins the search for a replacement, both in-house and outside hires present advantages and drawbacks.
Dennis Black got an insultingly light sentence — a mere $5,000 fine and five years probation although the former vice president admitted to stealing more than $300,000 from UB student and faculty funds.
For our final paper of 2017, we at The Spectrum want to reflect on our stories –– the stories we kept thinking about weeks after they left the stands.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, unless your family insists on forcing “White Christmas” and “The Christmas Song” down your throat.
The UB Foundation used an offshore fund to invest in fracking and fossil fuels, despite publicly insisting it is committed to environmental sustainability.
UB’s only student health care facility, Michael Hall, is located on South Campus. But six times as many students live on North Campus than South.
A local businessman wants to open up a bar on Main Street near South Campus. The proposed bar, called Main Place, has sparked controversy. University Heights residents fear the night life destination will cause disruption in their neighborhood. The owner wants to put in black tinted windows, which would violate Buffalo’s Green Code Ordinance. The venue also masqueraded as a restaurant in its liquor license application, which raises ethical concerns. And because the bar will host 18 and up event nights, there are underage drinking concerns.
UB removed popular African-American studies adjunct professor Kushal K. Bhardwaj from his classroom of 90 students two-thirds of the way through the semester. Over two weeks, students heard rumors of why “Dr. B” had not shown up for class and then, on Oct. 17 his students met their new professor.
Every 20 years, New Yorkers vote on whether or not to hold a constitutional convention that could change how the state operates.
UB President Satish Tripathi and SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson joined several other university presidents and chancellors, lawmakers and “dreamers” in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to urge Congress to pass the DREAM Act.
UB students charged with misconduct cannot have a lawyer or law student represent them when they go before UB’s Student-Wide Judiciary panel. It doesn’t matter what the charge is. It could be for smoking pot, for cheating or for assault or rape. It also doesn’t matter how well-suited the student is to put up the defense. The shy introvert must mount a defense alone, as must the anxiety-ridden, the mumbler and the non-native speaker.
You’ve likely noticed several “#MeToo” posts on your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram feed, starting on Sunday evening.
UB used to have several newspaper stands throughout campus that offered students copies of The New York Times and USA Today with a quick swipe of their student ID.
While Christopher Columbus has been a celebrated figure throughout American history, he is no hero.
The Spectrum commends UB Transportation’s decision to bring back weekend night busing.
The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Maria is affecting 3.4 million Americans in Puerto Rico. But the humanitarian crisis hasn’t received nearly as much political attention or aid as Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey.
Violent white supremacists are “very fine people” but a football player exercising his First Amendment right to peaceful protest is a “son of a b*tch,” according to President Trump.
UB administration can afford a $90,000 Putnam’s renovation and a $18 million football field house. President Tripathi earns $696,970 per year. Meanwhile, TAs struggle to put food on the table.
Dennis Black has embarrassed and betrayed the entire student body.