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OVER THE TOP. As this sign at Flint Circle indicates, UB's recently concluded SEFA campaign exceeded its goal of $825,000, raising $857,495—and counting—as of yesterday. The average gift was up by more than $10 per person this year, according to SEFA staffers. (Photo: Sue Wuetcher)

UB student-soldier dies in Iraq

David Roustum, a UB student who was killed in Iraq while serving as a member of the Army National Guard, was remembered by UB faculty members last week as a serious student who was popular with his classmates and instructors. » Full Story

December concert schedule. The Baird Trio and the Orion String Quartet will close the Department of Music's fall concert schedule with performances this month in Slee Hall.

Pop culture as educational tool. UB faculty member Greg Dimitriadis has found that acknowledging popular urban culture in his teaching methods can be valuable in reaching students.

No doubts about war in Iraq. Acclaimed investigative journalist Bob Woodward told a UB audience that President Bush insists that he has no doubts about the war in Iraq.

Input sought on undergrad research. The program coordinator for the new Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowship sought feedback from the Faculty Senate Executive Committee yesterday on how to ensure that the new center is successful.