The announcement marks the 10th time UB has canceled a day of classes in the past decade.
Marie Yovanovitch discusses diplomacy and Ukraine’s strength in 2022-23 Distinguished Speaker SeriesBy KAYLA ESTRADA and TENZIN WODHEAN | Nov. 17
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch spoke as a part of UB's Distinguised Speaker Series in the CFA Tuesday.
Ellicott stabbing investigation taking longer than recent murders and attempted murders at SUNY campusesBy GRANT ASHLEY | Nov. 17
According to news reports from the last five years reviewed by The Spectrum, similar homicides and attempted murders at SUNY campuses were solved much more quickly that the Ellicott stabbing, some in a matter of hours.
Buffalo is experiencing record-high temperatures this November.
Engineering professor Matthew Burge, who was abruptly removed as an instructor from all his classes in October, appears to be under investigation by the university, according to a Freedom of Information Law FOIL request filed by The Spectrum.
SUNY discontinues requirement that campuses report number of active COVID-19 cases and administer on-campus testsBy Kiana Hodge | Nov. 17
SUNY no longer requires that campuses report the number of active COVID-19 cases or administer COVID-19 tests on campuses as of September.
The Student Association Senate voted to amend its Ticketing and Merchandise Sales Policy during its meeting Friday, loosening restrictions for non-undergraduate ticket sales to club events.
Every day during his commute to work, Tim Tryjankowski would notice a “steady stream” of pedestrian and vehicular traffic at the roundabout in front of Greiner Hall, making some drivers “aggravated.”
Approximately 75 students were caught using “an automated enrollment script” to automatically enroll for classes in past semesters and the spring 2023 semester.
The Spectrum has put together a list of events hosted by UB’s offices and student groups throughout the month in celebration of Native American heritage.
Undergraduate students who attended UB during the COVID-19 pandemic are returning for subsequent semesters at some of the lowest rates the university has seen dating back to 2009.
‘There’s just no information flowing’: Math department TAs struggle with new duties, unclear communicationBy JASMIN YEUNG | Nov. 2
Graduate TAs in the math department are frustrated with a lack of communication from the department’s administrative board members.
Engineering professor Matthew Burge, who was removed as an instructor from all his classes over two weeks ago, is still a university employee, UB spokesperson John DellaContrada said in a statement to The Spectrum.
University Police have not taken any suspects into custody in connection with a stabbing that took the life of a Buffalo State College sophomore outside of the Ellicott Complex, a UB spokesperson said Wednesday.
UB Amnesty's International walk was held on Friday to protest human rights violations occurring in Palestine and American foreign military aid policy.
One worker at DMG Investments says it was clear from the start that construction would not finish in time for the beginning of the fall semester.
The UB community was shaken up by the fatal stabbing that resulted in the death of Buffalo State College student Tyler Lewis outside of the Ellicott Complex Friday night.
Students bound to a lease agreement with Air Buffalo face an uphill legal battle as they continue to wait for their apartments.
Fifteen University Police officers used force a total of 24 times in connection with nine incidents during the 2021-22 academic year.