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LUCKY LADIES. Sarah Dayan (left), a sophomore communication major, and Gwen Anderson, a sophomore history major, were fortunate to snag the final two $20 tickets to Tuesday's performance of "Rent" in the Center for the Arts. The producers of the award-winning musical offer prime seats for each show at a discount price to people who would not otherwise be able to afford them. The students had been in line since 3:30 p.m. for the 6 p.m. ticket sale. (Photo: Nancy J. Parisi)

UB likely to receive funds for Pharmacy move

Despite the disruptions and legal disputes surrounding the state budget process, UB is likely to secure funds to cover the cost of moving the pharmacy school from the North Campus to the South. » Full Story

Engaging the community. The Community Engagement Task Force is recommending that UB create a community affairs unit to better focus its public and community service efforts.

Architecture lectures. Peter Dreier, a nationally recognized figure in urban and community planning who is the School of Architecture and Planning's 2005 Clarkson Chair in Planning, will be among the speakers in the school's spring lecture series.

Computer modeling applied to mattress design. A team of UB engineers is applying its expertise in virtual prototyping and simulation to mattresses.

Student Fulbrights. Four UB graduate students and a graduating senior are teaching and conducting research abroad as part of the J. William Fulbright Foundation Student Program.