Students surged through the security line at the Governor’s Complex C Lot Saturday as the gates opened for the UB Student Association’s first Spring Fest since 2019.
The Student Association has released the dates of “Electrofest” and Spring Fest, the next two shows in its spring concert series.
The Academic Spine bustled with colors and costumes over the weekend as the UB community came together for UBCon XXXI — the first in-person fandom convention on campus since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sadly, like some of his other post-2016 projects, Yung Lean’s music feels like a creative mess desperately trying to find its footing, with a confusing combination of musical ingredients that often result in less than favorable dishes.
“The City Talks to Itself Pt. 2” — an exhibit which launched in September, and will run until May 27 — greets attendees to pictures that are meant to evoke the excitement of street art.
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, UB’s Center for the Arts Drama Theatre showcased an array of displays last weekend in the form of Choreolab, a showing of dances by various choreographers from UB’s Dance Program.
The album’s less-than-expected quality and innovation feels all the more disappointing because it features some of the biggest talents around and Nigo’s creativity, exemplifying that it takes not just creators, but a desire to adventure into the unknown in order to create a masterpiece.
Dreams Affirmed is UB’s first student-run diversity club that focuses on creating safe spaces, fighting against inequality and promoting opportunities for students of color in the performing arts.
No stranger to fast-paced alternative joy, Rex’s fourth album, “WHO CARES?,” presents the artist as open and honest as ever, providing an unfiltered portrait of a man who knows how to make some beautiful music.