As the days get shorter and the calendar flips to autumn, here are some suggestions from the staff of The Spectrum about how to make the most of the fall semester.
Despite leaving her dorm 30 minutes before her lecture to get breakfast at 8:30 a.m., freshman biomedical sciences major Dina Dahhan had to settle for a partly frozen Smucker’s Uncrustables sandwich from the vending machine.
One World Café, a three-story, 53,500-square-foot dining hall boasting international fare and community dining spaces, will cost $38.7 million.
Indian students at UB have been forced to cope with the ongoing COVID-19 catastrophe in their home country.
Students sat by their easels and turned on their cameras for Student Association’s virtual paint and Q&A event with rapper Lil Yachty Saturday night.
The Buffalo Chips formed as an a cappella group 26 years ago under the name “Cadence” after members of the UB Choir wanted a musical activity that “was more fun, and not necessarily as organized or classicalist as choir.”
“Yeet, defeat, repeat.” That is the motto of Aurora Orientem Productions, a small local film production company founded by junior media study major Rachel Jennetti.
After attending night school for music production, learning the ropes as a club DJ in casinos and breaking with their older, less professional tracks, Bill Boulden created Downupright.
Before clocking in a fourth re-watch of “The Office,” why not try something new and check out this list of underrated series that can be binged in under a weekend?
In August 2019, Kaisan Lewis founded @kay.fitnesslife, an Instagram account dedicated to posting workout videos and personal training tips for fellow UB students.
As students continue to deal with challenges wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, UB Health Promotion seeks to improve student wellness through yoga.
Students have taken to social media to express their displeasure with UB Counseling Services, dating back years. These students say they are concerned about the 10-appointment limit and scheduling difficulties.
Out of this once-in-a-generation challenge, Kamal Patel has found a unique opportunity to meet new people who have compelling stories about how they discovered their passions and started living their best lives.
Hate crimes against Asians increased by nearly 150% nationally and by 833% in New York City in 2020. And things are only getting worse.