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UB’s fall musical leads share their audition experiences
While audiences won’t see the finished product until later this fall, performers in UB’s upcoming musical have been hard at work since the beginning of May.  Even though the actors are students, they receive the same treatment as professionals, and are expected to work just as hard.
Department of Media Studies puts class cap on lab fee charges for semester, looks into changing fee
Students who have taken a media study production class know the department requires an extra $125 lab fee.  Students have had to pay this fee for each production class they take –– regardless of how often the course uses the resources. 
Jim Norton brings his honesty to the Buffalo comedy scene
Jim Norton became interested in stand-up comedy when he was 12 years old. Now, Norton performs at sold-out shows across the country and runs a radio show on weekday mornings. He has also created several podcasts, appeared in a few comedy shows, published two books and may have a small role in the upcoming Netflix feature film “The Irishman.” 
UB-exclusive app to help students with daily tasks
College students have apps for everything.  They have Top Hat for classes, Instagram for their social lives and Google Calendars to balance it all. But with students’ notoriously busy schedules, they often struggle to find time for chores. 
UB Theatre and Dance prepares ‘The Threepenny Opera’
“The Threepenny Opera” has been pushing boundaries for 91 years.  And UB’s Theatre and Dance Department is continuing that push. There will be an advisory sign on the door for “risque” content on the opening night of the play this week.
I am literally allergic to all food
I am not a picky eater.  During my childhood, the only food I struggled with was anything that was spicy.  Now I don’t have problems with spicy food.  But technically my body hates all food.
‘Julius Caesar’ opens on the CFA Mainstage
UB’s production of “Julius Caesar” took a modern twist on the classic Shakespearean play.
UB students bring ‘Julius Caesar’ show to campus
William Shakespeare is no stranger on a college campus, but students are taking his work one step further with UB’s newest reimagining. UB Theatre & Dance will present Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” at the Center for the Arts. Performances on Friday and Saturday are available to the general public. But the production isn’t without surprises.

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