‘The support I desperately needed didn’t exist’: Hispanic students say UB isn’t doing enough to support and protect themBy KAYLA ESTRADA | Nov. 2
Latine students say that they’re still dogged by discrimination and underrepresentation following them around campus.
UBWHWA, a new club on campus, is looking to to promote for the healthcare and sexual wellness of women.
Many students with food sensitivities have expressed that UB gives them limited options for substitutions, and in the cases where there are substitutions available, it is a very complicated process.
Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez’s initiative to provide free one-on-one virtual tutoring to students in need inspired UB Homework Helpers.
Montour was the first Native American elected to a state-level position in New York in 2013, and he is the first Native American justice appointed to the state Appellate Division.
‘Heartbroken’: Students and faculty reflect on overturning of Roe v. Wade, weigh on-campus reproductive care and expanded abortion accessBy KYLE NGUYEN | Oct. 20
Three months after the Supreme Court ruling, students and faculty experts at UB sat down with The Spectrum to offer concerns and perspectives on reproductive healthcare on campus in a post-Roe v. Wade reality.
The official application for federal student loan debt relief opened Monday, Oct. 17.
UB has the largest student population of any SUNY, but has the 41st largest percentage of Latinx students out of 61 SUNY schools.
It might be hard to imagine a world without root canals, but researchers at UB’s School of Dental Medicine just might make it a reality.
Last week, Sol Messinger, a UB alum and Holocaust survivor, sat down at Spot Coffee for an interview with The Spectrum.
Joe Perry doesn’t have a lot of time to practice his accordion while juggling his classes, so he usually practices while walking between classes on campus.
Ken Jeong sat down with The Spectrum before his speech as a part of UB’s Distinguished Speaker Series to talk about his start of his career in acting, becoming Mr. Chow in “The Hangover” and finding his path in college.
‘It’s very emotionally demanding… but very rewarding’: UB alum speaks on his work at Bikers Against Child AbuseBy JASMIN YEUNG | Sep. 28
The Spectrum interviewed Caribe, a member of Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.), an organization that provides comfort, safety and support for abused children.