The fraternity Sigma Pi, its former UB chapter and three former fraternity members will pay $665,000 to the family of Sebastian Serafin-Bazan to settle a lawsuit over the freshman's 2019 death following alleged hazing.
Kyle Nguyen is a senior news/features editor at The Spectrum.
‘Still alive’: Ukrainians at UB reflect on loss, heroism and resilience as Russian invasion continuesBy KYLE NGUYEN | May 3
Klymkovych, a junior nursing and global affairs major, is part of a Ukrainian community at UB that has endured more than a year of agonized prayer for their loved ones after Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022.
Young Americans for Freedom to host Michael Knowles next Thursday following months-long postponementBy KYLE NGUYEN | Mar. 2
Michael Knowles will speak at Slee Hall on Thursday, March 9 as a guest for the Young Americans for Freedom. The speech was originally slated for April 26, 2022, weeks after another YAF-sponsored speech by Allen West sparked student protests on North Campus.
A record-breaking outbreak of bird flu, or H5N1 avian influenza, is sweeping poultry, wild birds and mammal populations across the globe.
ChatGPT — a chatbot capable of providing information on command, generating content and explaining concepts — is turning heads at higher education institutions across the country.
Students living in ‘active construction zone’ after Air Buffalo begins moving tenants into unfinished buildingBy KYLE NGUYEN | Dec. 10
DMG Investments property Air Buffalo has begun moving residents into the apartment complex's fourth, fifth and sixth floors while the building remains under construction.
‘It’s an attack on education’: Students and faculty react to Supreme Court’s reconsideration of affirmative actionBy KYLE NGUYEN | Nov. 17
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Oct. 31 in two cases that could strike down race-based affirmative action in college admissions nationwide.
Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez’s initiative to provide free one-on-one virtual tutoring to students in need inspired UB Homework Helpers.
One worker at DMG Investments says it was clear from the start that construction would not finish in time for the beginning of the fall semester.
Students bound to a lease agreement with Air Buffalo face an uphill legal battle as they continue to wait for their apartments.