Greiner Hall hosted a Celebration of Black Excellence (COBE), a two-day event to honor Black leaders, students and arts at UB last Friday and Saturday.
E-Week’s annual Battle Bot Competition took place last Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m in the Student Union.
Ventura took office as a New York State Supreme Court justice on Jan. 1, 2020.
A record-breaking outbreak of bird flu, or H5N1 avian influenza, is sweeping poultry, wild birds and mammal populations across the globe.
‘I’m the space where you could be yourself’: Jarael Adams speaks on his opportunity in the Buffalo art sceneBy JASMIN YEUNG | Mar. 1
Jarael Adams is the owner of two businesses in Allentown — Paint the Town, an art studio and The Ink Gallery, a tattoo and piercing studio.
The show featured looks inspired by artistic movements such as Surrealism, Afro-futurism, Romanticism, and Neo-Expressionism.
UB students will vote on which of six professors — each representing a different field of study — they’ll bring with them to create a new society during the university’s 12th annual Life Raft Debate on March 6 from 6-8 p.m. at the SU Theatre.
Twenty years after leaving school, Sonja Ta’shale Jackson was determined to get her bachelor’s degree in sociology.
Turkish UB students share stories about devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake, ask university community for helpBy VICTORIA HILL | Feb. 22
Nearly 47,000 people died in the Feb. 6 earthquake, with millions more being displaced.
Improv Club requires a surprising amount of preparation — but club leaders say it's worth it.
Panelists touched on AI-generated Seinfeld, political extremism and how AI interacts with culture.
Sherrilyn Ifill sat down with The Spectrum before her appearance as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series to discuss Supreme Court precedents, the importance of diversity and pushing through traumatic experiences as a community.
Intercultural and Diversity Center’s ‘Tough Topics’ program facilitates meaningful conversations on raceBy KATIE SKOOG | Feb. 15
The Intercultural and Diversity Center (IDC) hosted the first event in the Tough Topics Program last Tuesday, titled “The Pushback of Black History Month.”
Blackstone LaunchPad’s Galentine’s Pop Up event was meant to empower women, showcase small businesses owned by female-identifying students and give students with that entrepreneurial spark a place to connect.
‘Resilient, courageous, creative and unstoppable’: UB senior returns to the barre after cancer treatmentBy AJ FRANKLIN | Feb. 8
UB senior Kara Skrubis speaks on recovery, learning to dance again and dealing with stigma.
ChatGPT — a chatbot capable of providing information on command, generating content and explaining concepts — is turning heads at higher education institutions across the country.
After Tyler Lewis, a sophomore business major at Buffalo State University, was fatally stabbed outside of the Ellicott Complex in October, University Police released a statement saying that it had been “at least 30 years” since the last homicide on campus. The Spectrum dug into the archives and found that the last on-campus homicide occurred almost 40 years go.
Many students were shocked when they felt the 3.8 magnitude earthquake that shook Buffalo and surrounding areas Monday morning.
The Battle Bot competition is a highlight of E-Week and a day that many engineering majors have circled on their calendars.
Located just 10 minutes from South Campus on West Northrup, The Tool Library allows members to borrow a variety of tools for $30 a year, providing community members (UB students included) with access to tools they’d otherwise not be able to afford.