UB students from the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Theatre and Dance have spent countless hours of planning and creating to help contribute to the efforts of transforming an 1898 tri-domed glass and steel structure into a work of art with light, sound and movement.
USA Today quoted Diana Aga, in an article that reported on a study by an environmental watchdog group that found heightened levels of potentially toxic PFAS in tap water supplies serving dozens of major America cities.
Contact: Richard Blondell can be reached most quickly through Ellen Goldbaum in University Communications at 716-645-4605 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Douglas Sitler in University Communications at 716-645-9069 or email@example.com.
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Contact: Shibley can also be reached through David Hill in UB Media Relations (716-645-4651, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rachel Teaman in the School of Architecture and Planning (716-829-3794, email@example.com).