‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ brings 50th anniversary tour to Shea’s
When “Jesus Christ Superstar” debuted in the ‘70s, it shocked audiences with its loud rock music, modern themes and non-traditional biblical interpretations.
While rock is no longer the radical genre it once was, the latest U.S. tour has updated the revolutionary musical with aspects such as hip-hop choreography to help keep the show relatable for new generations.
Games to warm up with this winter
For many students, winter break is an excellent time to recover from the exhausting fall semester.
But as the January days grow colder and drag on, a break can become boring. So what to do when you have an entire month to yourself?
Play video games of course.
Where do you fit on the political spectrum?
Everyone has heard of political parties, but many don’t know what they actually mean.
What makes a Democrat different from a Republican? And what the heck is a Libertarian?
Dance transcends beyond the stage
Zodiaque Dance Company doesn’t always have to be on stage to entice its crowds.
During this weekend’s performances, Zodiaque won over audiences with “As Within, So Without,” a pre-recorded, on-stage visual display.
Cosplay artform brings UB students together
When Jennifer Dudzinski started her freshman year at UB, she had one friend and a casual interest in cosplay –– an artform where people create and wear costumes of characters from movies, books, video games and other forms of media.
After her friend persuaded her to join the UB Cosplay Club, Dudzinski, who had no prior experience making costumes, says she fell in love.
From ghosts to 1980s China: The best upcoming video games
Video games can be a welcome distraction from university life, whether you game alone or with friends.
Some people turn to the classics: Mario Kart, Dark Souls, Halo. But for those who are bored of their usual gaming go-tos, some interesting titles are hitting shelves soon.