Madeline Norton, a senior biomedical science major, was walking back from the UB football game on Sept. 15 when she and her friend were approached by two strangers.
Former U.S. Representative Bob Inglis (R-S.C.) cares about “climate realism,” and he’s going around the country to spread his message. Inglis spoke to over 30 UB community members in Student Union 210 on Thursday evening. Inglis talked about free enterprise, “high octane conservatism” and his justification for carbon taxes.
Your next walk across campus can be cashed in for a Starbucks gift card thanks to a popular app. Sweatcoin is a pedometer-like app that converts outdoor steps to credits. Users can spend credits on gifts in the Sweatcoin store, including Starbucks and Netflix gift cards, bookbags and even an iPhone 8.
Famed scholar and academic Spongebob Squarepants once declared the best part of secrets is “secretly telling someone your secret, thereby secretly adding another secret to their secret collection of secrets, secretly.” While The Spectrumis not a secret, fans and supporters of secret culture will not-so secretly hope these secrets are never seen.
If you want to use a meal credit at Sizzles on Saturday, you’ll have to wait until 9 p.m. Campus Dining & Shops changed its weekend dining options at the beginning of the fall semester.
Fall semester has begun and September is in full swing. As we near the end of summer and the beginning of fall, Buffalo has lots to offer students. If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, here are some activities happening around town this weekend. Niagara County Peach Festival Sept.
Giuli Bauman paid $250* for her textbooks last year, but until this semester, she had no idea how much she could save on her textbooks.
Students at Buffalo State College and Canisius College can use Buffalo’s light rail and buses, free of charge. But at UB, a number of students have to dig into their own pockets for each $2 ride. Buffalo transit company NFTA offers area colleges and universities the CRAM pass.
Eleven professional wrestlers have come out of Grapplers Anonymous, a wrestling gym in Lackawanna. Local wrestlers go to the gym Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings to learn to run the ropes, take bumps and trash talk like WWE Superstars.