Gianna Damico has a résumé that would impress even the most accomplished student: she’s a presidential scholar, pole vaulted for UB’s Division I track and field team, is interning at the Jacobs Institute, studied abroad in Italy and has been a student ambassador for the Honors College.
The Buffalo and Erie County Public Library’s Blind Date with an International Book program pairs readers with a random non-English book.
The 2000s gave Gen Z so many sitcoms that still are, as the “How I Met Your Mother” star Barney Stinson always says, “legen … wait for it … and I hope you’re not lactose intolerant, because the second half of the word is … dary! Legendary!”
Victoria-Idongesit Udonian launched the collaborative project “Adápé” on Feb. 27. The project will be open to the public on Fridays and Saturdays from 12-4 p.m., with free admission.
When “WandaVision” was announced in April 2019, fans did not expect the “Twin Peaks”-esque show to create more questions than answers.
Over the past few months, the staff at the UB Art Galleries have learned an unexpected lesson: the technologies UB used to keep the galleries running online are likely here to stay, even after the pandemic ends.
Throughout his prolific career, Buffalo native Conway the Machine has earned his place among the elite class of living MCs, as he blurs the lines between underground acclaim and mainstream success.
Netflix has saturated its platform with thousands of hours of original content over the past few years, with programming becoming more bold as time progresses. But sometimes, all we really need is something minimal.
Whether performing as Zev Love X of KMD, mad scientist Viktor Vaughn, space monster King Geedorah or metal-faced supervillain MF DOOM himself, the mystery surrounding the masked rapper transcended the stereotypes of contemporary hip-hop.
Daniella Bertrand was one of many students who participated in the fall semester’s only dance concert.
With Hogwarts houses, voice projecting headsets and humming, vocal classes look a little different this year.
In 1981, Princess Diana dazzled the world in her iconic wedding dress. In 2020, the public can see a near perfect replica of it at the Brooklyn Museum’s virtual exhibition: “The Queen and The Crown.”
Kai Mikolajczak, owner of second-hand clothing store Queen City Vintage, has been thrifting in Buffalo for 15 years, but he’s never seen the scene surge as much as it has in the past few years.