SUNY Chancellor John King kicked off his statewide tour of every SUNY campus with his visit to UB on Friday.
After 10 days of treatment for a pelvic fracture that left her temporarily disabled and wheelchair-bound, Thraptthi Perumal came home to her apartment near UB’s South Campus. Less than 24 hours after she was discharged, Snowstorm Elliott hit her neighborhood — hard.
‘You’re left alone to figure everything out’: CAS students voice frustrations with academic advisingBy VICTORIA HILL | Dec. 9
Students in the College of Arts and Sciences have have expressed a frustration with UB advising.
Outside of a French study group in Lockwood or a classroom in Clemens, the chances of hearing a casual French conversation around campus are fairly low. UB French Club’s new conversation table is aiming to change that.
Many students say they don't have access to the piano located in the Student Union.
From graphic design to death notices: Josh Sticht’s career path from illustration major to police deputy chiefBy ALEX NOVAK | Dec. 9
“I’m sorry, but I have to inform you that your husband is dead,” Josh Sticht announced.
‘I see myself in something big’: How one UB student went from cookie jar salesperson to confectionerBy JASMIN YEUNG | Dec. 9
Clad in a Santa hat while roaming around her local mall, DeAnna Scott sold cookie jars, her first product, to shoppers on Christmas Eve in 2020.
‘It’s an attack on education’: Students and faculty react to Supreme Court’s reconsideration of affirmative actionBy KYLE NGUYEN | Nov. 17
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Oct. 31 in two cases that could strike down race-based affirmative action in college admissions nationwide.
‘Everything seems to get harsher’: Students prepare to struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder during this upcoming winterBy KAYLA ESTRADA | Nov. 17
The APA suggests that living farther from the equator can increase the risk of developing SAD. This puts UB students at risk, given that Buffalo is located nearly 3,000 miles away from the equator and is infamous for its brutal winters.
AASU’s Night Market restores the nostalgia of upbringing for Asian students and the novelty of communityBy TENZIN WODHEAN | Nov. 17
Familiar cultural delights of the Asian diaspora, from the physically digestible to the visually digestible, hosted over 300 students who were in attendance for Asian American Student Union’s (AASU) Night Market last Saturday.
When Lyn Karrick moved into Goodyear Hall at the start of the fall 2021 semester, she was thrown off by the dirty tile floors and beige cinder block walls that made up her new home for the next two semesters.
‘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.