Heather McGhee took to the CFA mainstage as UB’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. speaker and the third entry in UB's Distinguished Speaker Series.
Mylien Lai is an assistant arts editor at The Spectrum. Outside of getting lost in Buffalo, she enjoys practicing the piano and being a bean plant mom. She can be found at @my_my_my_myliennnn on Instagram.
Within the interweaving questions and responses, Linder’s “Belly” exhibit takes a unique perspective on how women are viewed in society by turning the stereotypes onto men, the gender often in power.
The Indian Student Association (ISA) took home first prize at this Saturday’s International Fiesta with a bold, exciting dance in homage to India’s struggles to free itself from British colonizers. The Filipino American Student Association (FASA) cemented second place while the Bengali Student Association (BSA) achieved third.
To the artists featured in the “Food for Thought” exhibit, it’s not the food itself that is meaningful, rather it’s the events, places and the people that the food is connected to.
With covers of well-loved pop songs, the Royal Pitches — UB’s only treble a cappella group — never fails to cause goosebumps with its members’ fierce voices in “Visions of Sugarplums,” hosted in the SU Theater last Saturday.
Despite its shortfalls, “Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” remained true to its source material and served as a warning of how easily humanity can cross the line between heroism and villainy.
UB hosted its annual “Art in the Open” event last week. The exhibit allowed visitors an immersive glimpse into UB artists’ creative processes without the formality of a typical museum.