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UB music faculty and students will be in the spotlight Dec. 11 at Pausa Art House in Allentown, presenting three performances in three musical genres.
Is law school worth the cost? As prospective law students nationwide struggle with that question, a leading magazine of legal education has named UB Law School one of the best in the nation for students’ return on their investment.
Budget-conscious music lovers will find a wealth of free concerts available in December at UB. 
Deviant Septet, an ensemble dedicated to promoting the ideals of composer Igor Stravinsky, will perform at UB on Dec. 5.
The Scholars on the Road lecture series presented by the College of Arts and Sciences will return for its second year, bringing alumni a new list of thought-provoking conversations on a variety of timely topics.
The performance of “The Rite of Spring,” featuring the Richmond Ballet and Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, scheduled for Nov. 21 in the Center for the Arts has been postponed.
Tonight’s appearance by political satirist John Oliver as part of UB’s Distinguished Speakers Series has been postponed until Dec. 3 due to severe winter weather conditions and travel restrictions that continue to affect the region.
Josh Kinsler, assistant professor of economics at the University of Rochester, will discuss his study, “Distorted Beliefs and Parental Investment in Children,” as part of the Department of Economics’ annual seminar series.
Lois Gibbs, the nationally recognized environmental activist who exposed and pushed for changes at the Love Canal toxic waste site, will speak at the School of Management on Nov. 21.
Advanced student choreographers will present new work at the Emerging Choreographers Showcase Nov. 20, 22 and 23 in the Katharine Cornell Theatre, 102 Fillmore Quad, Ellicott Complex, North Campus.