Buff Stuff, our sports podcast, is back for another year! And just in time as the baseball playoffs approach, football gets into full swing, and basketball and hockey are just around the corner.
At only 16, the Virginia-born hyperpop starlet was swept into the tidal wave of popularity that the internet genre got caught up in in early 2020. We are still slowly feeling the waves of it today but it’s obvious the […]
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, so this week we have a true-life story from Kate Ranta, author of Killing Kate: A Story of Turning Abuse and Tragedy into Transformation and Triumph. Her seemingly happy marriage turned into a nightmare […]
“Being a leader starts with you” — Michael Ayalon Tune in to hear about Mike’s leadership journey, from UB to his current position of CEO of Greek University.
Something different this week, as we’re talking about something that already is a movie: The Moment, a film that’s edited in real time by an audience member’s brainwaves. Director Richard Ramchurn talks to us about the technology behind his remarkable […]
“Being a leader is about taking responsibility and setting a good example” — Christian Oliver This week we are talking to UB Alumnus Christian Oliver, who reflects on his experience at UB as part of his own leadership journey. During […]
This week we chat with Krista Muscarella, who received her masters from UB in 2016, and now serves as a school psychologist in L.A. In this episode, we talk about Krista’s leadership journey, and how she doesn’t always see herself […]
Welcome back to Season 3 of Why Is This Not a Movie?! Every schoolchild knows the story of the Wright Brothers’ first flight at Kitty Hawk. But less well known is what came next — a tense couple of years […]
Welcome back and happy first day of classes! Today we had a great conversation with our new Vice President of Student Life, Dr. Brian Hamluk. Dr. Hamluk talked to us about what it means to be a leader at a […]
It seems we’re at a point in our zeitgeist where social media is the new norm for sharing information. People, especially our generation, rely more on posts shared and direct messages to get their daily news than actual news sources. […]