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WALKING THE RUNWAY FOR LIFE. UB students Sarah Burneso and Paul Celenza model evening wear during a fashion show held on Monday to raise awareness of the critical need for organ donation. The fashion show was part of a campaign designed by students in an advanced public relations class taught by Deborah A. Silverman, visiting assistant professor of communication, School of Informatics. As of Reporter press time, class members have gathered more than 220 signed donor cards, distributed 1,000 organ donation brochures and given presentations to hundreds of students. (Photo: Sue Wuetcher)

Workshop to focus on post 9-11 immigration policy.

Scholars from the disciplines of law, history and the social sciences will come together to discuss the state of U.S. immigration policy in the post-9/11 era during a workshop to be held tomorrow in the UB Law School. » Full Story

Loyce Stewart dies at 60. Loyce Stewart, director of the Office of Equity, Diversity and Affirmative Action Administration, died at home on Monday after a long illness.

Beyond/In Western New York. The UB Art Gallery and the UB Anderson Gallery will exhibit the work of several local and regional artists as part of "Beyond/In Western New York," the largest collaborative art exhibition ever held in Buffalo Niagara.

Judges to attend law dinner. The chief judge and the six associate judges of the New York State Court of Appeals will be the honored guests of the UB Law Alumni Association at its 43rd Annual Meeting and Dinner to be held tonight in the Hyatt Regency Buffalo.

Recalling the essence of King. In a stirring adddress that mixed academic scholarship with humorous references to pop culture, Michael Eric Dyson sought to redefine, and recall, the essence of Martin Luther King Jr.

Art installations. The UB Art Gallery will host installations of work by four UB M.F.A. candidates.

Trading sunshine for service. Some UB students skipped the sunshine and volleyball this spring break for a week of service, spirituality and community in Brooklyn and Nashville.