For the past three years, UB — the largest public university in the state of New York — has been without a student-run radio station. It’s certainly not for a lack of student interest.
The works featured in the "Thinking in Indian" exhibition, now showing at UB's Anderson and CFA Galleries, span just about every format, medium and style one can imagine.
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.
Edreys Wajed is serious about his art. So serious that he put his life on hold — and everything on the line — to collaborate on his first professional mural, “Freedom Wall.”
The Coalesce BioArt Lab, one of only a few of its kind in the world, hosts courses in biological art, outreaches to the Buffalo community and supports multiple international residencies.
Telling the story of a washed-up anthropomorphic equestrian actor in his mid-50’s, “BoJack Horseman” is so many shows wrapped into one.
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.