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Past News Briefs

10/19/15
Composer Jonathan Wolff, best known for composing more than 75 prime-time TV series theme songs, including the music for “Seinfeld,” “Married with Children” and “Will and Grace,” will speak on Oct. 21 at UB.
10/15/15
UB faculty and staff interested in learning about the latest advancements in medicine can sign up for UB’s Mini Medical School, the popular lecture series that presents subjects traditionally covered in medical school and highlights clinical advances brought to Western New York by UB faculty. 
10/15/15
The Department of Theatre & Dance will present “Who Will Carry the Word?” Charlotte Delbo’s story of members of the French Resistance who struggle to survive in Auschwitz, Oct. 28 through Nov. 1.
10/15/15
UB faculty, staff and students can show their support for healthy, seasonal eating by taking part in the fourth annual “Big Apple Crunch” on Oct. 23.
10/12/15
Liz Murray, the best-selling author of “Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard” and this year’s UB Reads author, will speak on Oct. 14 as part of UB’s Distinguished Speakers Series.
10/12/15
Braces just became a whole lot more affordable.
10/8/15
Budget-conscious music lovers at UB can find much to keep them busy this month.
10/8/15
Social justice is the theme of the Zodiaque Dance Company’s fall program, “The 42nd Season,” taking place Oct. 21-25 in the Drama Theatre in the Center for the Arts, North Campus.
10/8/15
A three-day program next week organized by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra on the life of celebrated composer Aaron Copland will feature a talk at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery by UB faculty member Bruce Jackson.
10/2/15
Rethinking the concept of sustainability in this time of climate change is the topic of the Fall Environmental Law and Policy Gathering, to be held from 4:40-6 p.m. Oct. 8 in 509 O’Brian Hall, North Campus.