Sept. 15 marked the start of National Hispanic American Heritage Month. For students looking to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Hispanic Americans or learn more about Latinx/Hispanic culture, UB and the Buffalo community are hosting everything from mixers and movie nights to academic lectures.
For musician, poet and playwright Kae Tempest, 2020 was a year to ruminate on the small details of life and find meaning in the little things.
As the days get shorter and the calendar flips to autumn, here are some suggestions from the staff of The Spectrum about how to make the most of the fall semester.
Despite leaving her dorm 30 minutes before her lecture to get breakfast at 8:30 a.m., freshman biomedical sciences major Dina Dahhan had to settle for a partly frozen Smucker’s Uncrustables sandwich from the vending machine.
One World Café, a three-story, 53,500-square-foot dining hall boasting international fare and community dining spaces, will cost $38.7 million.
Indian students at UB have been forced to cope with the ongoing COVID-19 catastrophe in their home country.
Students sat by their easels and turned on their cameras for Student Association’s virtual paint and Q&A event with rapper Lil Yachty Saturday night.