For the past four years, thousands of members of the UB community have been telling me how they feel about me.
The city of Buffalo has put together several events to remember the victims of the mass shooting as a part of what the city has named “5/14 Remembrance Weekend of Reflection, Healing & Hope.”
The media has been telling me — and all of us — that to be sexy and beautiful we need to live up to the looks of a select few.
Darian Bryan is a personal chef for several Buffalo Bills as well as a local restaurateur who works to uplift his community.
From starring on Netflix to starting a cooking business, Smita Chutke puts a spotlight on authentic Indian foodBy AJ FRANKLIN | Apr. 5
With a migraine, less than 45 minutes on the clock and up to $18,500 on the line, Chutke was determined to make it work.
India Walton, a current candidate for the Buffalo Common Council’s Masten district and nurse, spoke to a small group of around 20 students on Feb. 27 in the Student Union.
Gov. Kathy Hochul visits UB to present $227 billion budget proposal, including over $124 million toward UBBy AJ FRANKLIN and VICTORIA HILL | Feb. 28
Gov. Kathy Hochul announced her Fiscal Year 2024 New York State Executive Budget proposal at UB’s North Campus on Monday.
Twenty years after leaving school, Sonja Ta’shale Jackson was determined to get her bachelor’s degree in sociology.
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.
‘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.