How do I say goodbye to the first home I made for myself? The friends I loved, lost and kept between Aug. 23, 2018, when I moved into Governors Complex, and May 22, 2022, when I will walk across the stage? All I can say is thank you.
Julie Frey is a senior news/features editor at The Spectrum. She is a political science and environmental studies double major. She enjoys theorizing about Taylor Swift, the color yellow and reading books that make her cry. She can be found on Twitter @juliannefrey.
When a UB student goes into crisis at 2 a.m., they will more often than not end up calling University Police, not UB Counseling.
New York State’s $220 billion budget passed on April 7. The budget includes dedicated money for initiatives intended to elevate SUNY into a “nation-leading public higher education system,” according to the state's briefing book.
Life as a 20-something is stressful and overwhelming. Sometimes I need to cry (there’s nothing wrong with that, it happens). Other times I feel so happy that when I laugh, my whole body shakes. But if there’s anything I’ve learned and am continuing to grapple with, it’s that I can’t compare myself to others.
Throughout April, UB Sustainability is hosting events focused on the celebration of a more sustainable future while acknowledging the challenges of the present. Each event during the month corresponds to one of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
When the CVS in the Commons closed its doors in January, The Elli convenience store in Ellicott Complex became the only place on campus where students could purchase dish soap and a snack in the same transaction.
Four years after announcing plans to study whether a metro expansion to UB’s North Campus would be feasible, a project manager for Niagara Frontier Transit Authority says the organization is planning to release a draft environmental impact statement this fall.
On-campus students will no longer have access to cable or streaming services provided by Campus Living after June 30, 2022.