WRUB alum, Subject Media founder, and published author Mike Vago views the world as a series of challenges to be solved with music, articles, and visuals. Tune in to part 1 of this 2-part nostalgia fest. The interview can’t go […]
Buffalo transplant and Long Island native Keely Guiliano talks about running a DIY punk venue, being a spicy bartender, and hating the sound of her own voice. Our very own DJ Radio Face (Subject Board of Directors member, David Chevrestt) […]
Subject Program Director Thomas Dias interviews Subject Radio DJ, UB student, and self-described music nerd Jack Galvin on this first episode of 5-Minute Profile. Jack talks about his academic focus, post-undergrad plans, and maybe goes a bit over time.
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. […]
Alongside virtually every other aspect of our society, the coronavirus pandemic has forever shaped the movie industry and the way in which we get to watch movies. All studio sets were shut down for months, movie theaters were temporarily closed, […]
If you’re from New York, and have never seen the Milky Way galaxy due to light pollution, this is something that you must add to your bucket list, preferably towards the top. This may come as a surprise, but the […]
November 2020 brings new gaming consoles from both Microsoft and Sony. Here’s our side-by-side comparison of the Xbox Series X and the Playstation 5.. Tech Specs The Xbox Series X pulls ahead slightly with performance and many tech lovers may […]
On August 8, Donald Trump held a campaign event at his own Bedminster Golf Course in New Jersey, giving a speech for an audience of country club members. The appearance was criticized for a number of reasons: It’s unconstitutional for […]
Whether you’re reading this from inside your dorm, your family’s house on Long Island, or even halfway across the world, you know where you want to be this fall. Buffalo isn’t paradise, but the friends and memories you make there […]
The phrase has been around for decades, so what makes it important now?