Jack Porcari is a senior news/features editor at The Spectrum. He is a political science major with a minor in journalism. Aside from writing and editing, he enjoys playing piano, flow arts, reptiles and activism.
UB students will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 2 to cast their vote for mayor of Buffalo and other local races. Incumbent Byron Brown (I) is running a write-in campaign against Democratic nominee India Walton (D) in a showdown the city won’t soon forget.
For musician, poet and playwright Kae Tempest, 2020 was a year to ruminate on the small details of life and find meaning in the little things.
When Fiona Lombardo walked into the Center for the Arts dance studio last Tuesday afternoon, she felt butterflies in her stomach. Her fellow classmates weren’t on Zoom or six feet away — she was able to experience the intimacy that comes with putting on a show.
Wednesday marked the start of a new, dark era for women’s rights in The Lone Star State.
One World Café, a three-story, 53,500-square-foot dining hall boasting international fare and community dining spaces, will cost $38.7 million.
After attending night school for music production, learning the ropes as a club DJ in casinos and breaking with their older, less professional tracks, Bill Boulden created Downupright.
The UB Faculty Senate’s Academic Policies and Grading Committee will hold a closed-door meeting with Student Association Assembly Speaker Austin Wolfgang Tuesday evening to discuss a resolution calling on the university to add “mandatory wellness days” to the academic calendar.