UB’s Theatre and Dance Department streamed this year’s spring semester musical, “Living in a Topsy Turvy World: The Theatre of Gilbert and Sullivan,” from March 26-28.
Anastasia Wilds is the senior arts editor. She has been writing for newspapers since her junior year of high school, and she has appreciated all forms of art for even longer. When she’s not writing, she is either reading, listening to music, hanging out with her friends on discord or streaming on Twitch.
Victoria-Idongesit Udonian launched the collaborative project “Adápé” on Feb. 27. The project will be open to the public on Fridays and Saturdays from 12-4 p.m., with free admission.
Over the past few months, the staff at the UB Art Galleries have learned an unexpected lesson: the technologies UB used to keep the galleries running online are likely here to stay, even after the pandemic ends.
Since August, Morgan Woodbeck has been working to spread information on menstrual health in rural Tanzania through one of UB’s study abroad programs. But unlike in previous years, Woodbeck hasn’t needed to leave her house.
Daniella Bertrand was one of many students who participated in the fall semester’s only dance concert.
Lauren Bilancia clicked the wrong answer on her daily health check.
The rise of mental health symptoms during quarantine is caused by more than just the stress of current eventsBy ANASTASIA WILDS | Nov. 6
I’m sitting in my bathtub with all the lights turned off. Tears are streaming down my face as my mind races at a million miles a minute. “I’m a failure, I mess everything up, I’m afraid to lose everyone I care about, I wish I wasn’t here.”
Sarah Gawlak, a senior biochemistry major, has played the trumpet in the UB Concert Band since her freshman year. But this semester introduced new challenges that even this long-time musician never experienced before.