Buffalo Community Fridges debut in October 2020 and helped Buffalo become part of the nationwide community fridge movement.
Two alumni of UB Impulse Dance Force used what they'd learned on campus to found their own dance studio in Williamsville.
Eduardo Mercado III may have stumbled into whale song research, but he's prepared to "fight for every single paper.”
Full-time UB undergraduates paid over $1,800 in broad-based and student activity fees this semester.
UB’s Sociology Club got derecognized during the pandemic. This year, a group of students decided to rekindle it.
The intentionally disruptive tour was Lyons’ final project for their performative action class — and Mx. Ology’s last performance as a UB student.
The Spectrum sat down with Alika Turton, the newly-elected 2023-24 UB Council student representative, to discuss her platform and how she plans on approaching her new role.
‘Still alive’: Ukrainians at UB reflect on loss, heroism and resilience as Russian invasion continuesBy KYLE NGUYEN | May 3
Klymkovych, a junior nursing and global affairs major, is part of a Ukrainian community at UB that has endured more than a year of agonized prayer for their loved ones after Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022.
‘A community can change everything’: Founders of It’s On Us UB discuss sexual assault awareness and communityBy JASMIN YEUNG | May 3
With meetings every Tuesday from 7-8 p.m., UB’s It’s On Us chapter is one of 275 college chapters under the parent organization.
Sophia Veffer, now 94, spoke about her years in hiding to a packed room of UB students and Buffalo residents in O’Brian Hall on April 17 at an event hosted by the Jewish Student Union.
The “Trick Out Your Tassel” event, hosted by Student Engagement and the Class of 2023, took place last Tuesday afternoon. The Spectrum asked students how they feel about graduating in a post-COVID-19 world with a constantly changing workforce.
In honor of May 4, here’s the “Star Wars” saga ranked, from best to worst.
The science of attraction: How Lance Rintamaki turned years of research into one of UB’s most unorthodox coursesBy DOMINICK MATARESE | Apr. 26
Only one class at UB sends students to a strip club, discusses dinosaur pornography and has students talk to parents about “the talk”: COM 492.
Representatives from 34 colleges and universities across the globe participated in the seismic design competition.
The Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) was derecognized from SA in August, due to an SA error, according to club president Owen Farrell.