Daily Archives: April 17, 2017

People

WNY Muslims presents Collective International Film Festival at UB

By Lucas Smith (as originally published in The Spectrum) Courtney Chiappone, a local high school student, wanted to present ...
Poetry

Poems By Gul Rahman

 Untitled I, me and myself falling apart three friends juggling minds bouncing souls no desire to thrive no ...
Global Events

Situation in Syria

By Brian Nowak On April 3rd, a Sarin gas attack in Syria attack on the rebel-held town in ...
Apr-2017ArtsGlobal EventsLocal Events

She is American: Interview With Vianca Colon

By Tehniyet Azam Vianca ColÒn is a 16 year old sophomore at Kenmore East. She was born and ...
Apr-2017Local EventsOpinion PiecesPeoplePolitics

Buffalo Needs Ridesharing

By Daniel Azzinaro Ridesharing has become one of the major industries in any largescale city. Being able to ...
Apr-2017Local EventsOpinion PiecesPeoplePolitics

Uber comes with too many Problems 

By Staff Writer New York Lawmakers have been debating the benefits and drawbacks to Uber for the last ...
Apr-2017ArtsPeoplePoetry

Poems by Umar Azam

Don’t Turn Them Away By: Umar Azam They come here in need of a home When their own ...
Apr-2017Global EventsLocal EventsPeoplePolitics

The Refugee Impact On The West Side

By Mike Powell People walking down Grant and the neighborhoods of the now bustling West Side will notice ...
Apr-2017Global EventsOpinion PiecesPolitics

The Promise and Practice of Worker Cooperatives

By Michael Heubusch In America’s dire political climate,  the fight for progressive change on the national level has been ...
Apr-2017Local EventsOpinion PiecesPeople

Opioids: An American Crisis

By Lisa Battaglia In this country, we have a crisis of extraordinary circumstances that this current administration as well as ...