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, 2022
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.
Kenneth Regan, an associate professor in UB’s Department of Computer Science, has spent the past month wading through the “paranoia” gripping the chess world after a series of cheating allegations and renewed scrutiny over integrity in the sport.
UB students and staff were relieved to have their debt burdens reduced, but some were concerned about rising tax burdens and national debt figures.
On July 30, Donisha Gant opened Plantae, the city of Buffalo's first vegan grocery store.
Air Buffalo, a new ‘high-end’ student housing complex, informed would-be residents that their move-in dates would be postponed, in emails sent out during the week of Aug. 25.
Award-winning director and UB alum Rob Lieberman has a lot of love for the place that raised him, which is why he continues to come back to the Queen City.
‘I don’t think it’s a relationship that could ever happen again’: Alice Cooper reflects on becoming the ‘Godfather of Shock Rock’By TENZIN WODHEAN | Sep. 15, 2022
Alice Cooper, along with UB alum Shep Gordon, visited UB’s Center for the Arts Tuesday to discuss their partnership over the past 50 years.
UB student-athletes scored some of the highest GPAs in program history last year, but not all teams contributed to that success in the classroom equally.
The secret to getting the most value from your meal swipe? Eating at UB’s dining centers.
The 26th annual ALANA (African, Latinx, Asian and Native American) Celebration of Achievement, a pre-commencement ceremony honoring graduates who belong to ethnic minority groups, was held Thursday.
The Spectrum sat down with Tripathi for a half-hour on May 3 to discuss his interactions with students, the university’s plans to address mental health concerns and the recently rebranded UB Top 25 Ambition initiative.
UB’s climate captains came together on Earth Day to discuss the changes the university will need to make in order to reach its goal of net-zero emissions by 2030.
@ubmunchies is a one-stop nutrition resource for students launched by five PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics) minors seeking to advocate for healthy and affordable food options and tackle food insecurity on campus.
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month aims to celebrate and recognize the culture, history and achievements of the AAPI community. With May finally here, celebrate with events run by UB’s Intercultural and Diversity Center (IDC) and organizations across Western New York.