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By Clarissa Schmidt 4/12/16 Over the course of the next six years, the School of Public Health at the University at Albany will receive $700,000 to aid the Alzheimer’s Disease …

By Stefan Lembo-Stolba 4/12/16 The life-saving overdose antidote naloxone is becoming more available throughout New York, including on SUNY campuses, through programs that help safety officials, students and others combat …

By KARISHMA PERSAUD 4/5/16 The University at Albany’s Jamaican Student Association (JAMSA) hit a huge milestone on Friday, April 1 when their first dancehall team, “Madd Shott,” performed for JAMSA’s …

By DIEGO CAGARA 4/5/16 Somewhere atop an apartment building in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan, a mysterious vigilante, equipped with a plethora of guns, grenades, hand-to-hand combat and a foul mouth, is …

By LEE McPETERS 4/5/16 The highly anticipated film, “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” was released in theaters on March 25 to harsh reviews by critics. At the core, it …

By NICOLE WALLACK 4/5/16 “Hello, My Name Is Doris” is something of a coming-of-age story for someone who technically should have already come of age. The indie film stars Oscar-winner …

By LEE McPETERS 4/5/16 Time travel. Heroes. Action. Three things that are always exciting to watch. The new DC Comics show “Legends of Tomorrow,” which airs at 8 p.m. Thursdays …

By AMBER SPENCER-KNOWLES 4/5/16 Sean “Diddy” Combs: hip-hop artist, businessman, entrepreneur and now, school founder. Capital Preparatory Schools announced Monday, March 28 that they have joined forces with Combs to …

Mike Slifer 4/11/16   Tuesday: The day starts off cloudy and rainy, giving way to sunny skies by late afternoon. Day time highs will be around 50, with a low …

  By Stefan Lembo-Stolba 2/23/17 Justice Antonin Scalia, top-conservative voice on the Supreme Court of the United States, died recently leaving the burning question of who will succeed his seat …