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Elise Coombs

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Elise Coombs, a Syracuse native, is the editor-in-chief of the Albany Student Press. She is the co-Vice President of the UAlbany Mock Trial team, a member of Presidential Honors Society, and a peer mentor for the pre-law section of Writing and Critical Inquiry. After her time at UAlbany, she plans to go to law school and become a First Amendment lawyer.

The University at Albany’s College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security, and Cybersecurity will welcome its new dean on July 1. Robert Griffin, who has spent 25 years working in local …

After a stunning, Brexit-like election, University at Albany students crowded into the Earth Science building on Thursday to hear panelists from the Rockefeller College discuss the context of the election’s …

Much different than the outcome of the Student Conduct System procedure, expelled University at Albany student Peter Benjamin, was found not guilty of sexual assault by a jury in Albany …

University at Albany students came together Thursday night to discuss role of technology in the limitation of First Amendment rights. The discussion was hosted by pre-law sorority Phi Alpha Delta …

For the second time, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sparred in a debate marked by personal attacks on the other while fact checkers scrambled to verify the candidates’ claims. The …

A University at Albany assistant professor has begun looking into how sex offender registries reveal the inequalities of the criminal justice system. The findings of Trevor Hoppe, an assistant professor …

Earlier this month, University at Albany public administration and policy professor Jennifer Dodge, received the Paul A. Volcker Research Grant Award. The grant enables Dodge to hire a graduate student …

Seeking to prevent sexual violence by informing students on how to become positive bystanders, the JustAsk campaign launched through the Sexual Violence Prevention Project will begin this week on Oct. …

Students and victims of sexual assault were informed of their rights to privacy and left feeling empowered by music after attending “A Changing the Culture of Rape” seminar held at …

Updates at the library this fall include a fivefold increase to the number of items students can check out, new furniture on all the floors, and iLearn workshops. In previous …