Matthew Parrino

Articles

Finding My Future Took a Few Tries
It was Aug. 28, 2008. The day a part of me was jump-started; a part of me that was dormant for over a decade.
Finding My Future Took a Few Tries
It was Aug. 28, 2008. The day a part of me was jump-started; a part of me that was dormant for over a decade.
Sikander Khan Leaves Everlasting Black Eye on Student Association
I am the editor in chief of The Spectrum, but I am also a student at UB and for the past three weeks I've had a front row seat for one of the biggest scandals in Student Association history. The scariest part is that nobody in my office was surprised when SA Treasurer Sikander Khan wanted to fork over $300,000 of student money for a mobile application produced by a company that had no record or any discernable employees.
How I Like It
So before I get started I have to make sure you all know what you're getting into by reading this piece: I'm weird as can be when it comes to food.
How I Like It
So before I get started I have to make sure you all know what you're getting into by reading this piece: I'm weird as can be when it comes to food.
Hey UB! Wake Up!
Sorry for the abrupt headline, but I feel like this is my final plea. I know what you're thinking, ?What is this guy talking about?' Well, I'm the editor of this paper now, but I came from the land of pigskin and slam-dunks.
College Journalism Is a Learning Experience
So in case you've been busy studying or haven't been able to get to a computer, The Spectrum had an article "go viral" this week.
A Bond of Steel
Ashton Luffred has lived several miracles in his 19 years so it didn't strike him as unusual to be heading over to the Ride of Steel at Darien Lake with his wheelchair-bound uncle James last July.