Emily Dalton Smith column in Monday's issue of the Spectrum notes that she could do without "nasty e-mails and snide comments zinged by lazy armchair quarterbacks to bolster their fragile egos." First and foremost, it is stereotypical and irresponsible to suggest that everyone who writes an e-mail to her paper is lazy.
Carolee Schneeman, world-renowned visual artist, writer, and Renaissance woman, screened some of her analytical, segmenting films this past Monday in UB's Student Union as part of the art department's speaker series.Schneeman opened the discussion with a reminiscence of the last time she had been in Buffalo.
Are you excited about performing at Fall Fest?Yeah, it's going to be a load of fun. I love Buffalo.
Charles Atkinson Haynie, a retired UB lecturer, coordinator for UB's Leo Tolstoy College, and former "Out of the Chaos" columnist for the Spectrum, died Jul.
You've got to respect the football team - and not because they won. I'll grant you one in the W column, especially as it's the team's first in 18 road games, is something of a novel triumph and deserves the appropriate accolades, but the reason they deserve respect is not that they won, but that they played.
Stirring character portrayals, perverse humor and a touch of history all contribute to the charm of the off-beat musical "Assassins."A production of UB's department of theater and dance, "Assassins" is a satire of the American dream, and those who just can't seem to find their place in it.