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Condoleezza Rice discusses representation among faculty, Julian Assange and foreign relations in exclusive Spectrum Q&A
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.
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.
Buffalo is known around the world for beef on weck and wings, but Buffalonians have so much more to say about local cuisine.
Gerald O’Grady was a man married to his work, and his work was revolutionary.
The Nickel City Housing Cooperative holds its potluck dinner on Monday or Wednesday nights, where a mix of people sit around a large dinner table eating a vegetarian meal, almost like a family.
I know that I haven’t technically entered the workforce yet, but I can’t wait to retire.
The 34th annual Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival — the longest-running film festival in Buffalo — will take place March 22-28. The Jewish Community Center-run festival will feature critically acclaimed documentaries and dramas from around the world.
When UB alum Aman Singh and his brother Ajay Singh opened the doors to Naan-Tastic this past weekend, they were hoping to start a revolution in Buffalo.
If you’re looking for a job, you’re in luck because help-wanted signs seem to be strewn everywhere these days. I waited in line for 20 minutes at Tim Hortons drive-thru just the other day for an egg and cheese croissant.
Thrifting: it’s like getting hand-me-downs, only they come from strangers and you pay for them. But thrifting is really the best way to update your closet while on the college budget.
The Buffalo winter is here, and students are shuffling through the slush and zipping parka coats up to their noses to stay warm.
Krystina Minckal* was struggling.
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.”
Father Roy Herberger, a priest at UB’s Newman Center, returned to active ministry in December.
It was 1970 and Bruce Jackson was eating his typical dinner near South Campus.
One of the most celebrated American holidays is fast approaching: Black Friday.
It’s a Sunday night, and Alexa Ringer just returned home from her three-day excursion in Canada’s Algonquin Provincial Park.
Have you ever crashed a networking event on campus just because you saw a lavish refreshment table or attended a club meeting you had no interest in because it had pizza? Have you ever considered donating blood just for the free chips and cookies?
If students, faculty or staff sense danger, they can connect with University Police with just a tap on their phone from now on.