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Joe Hoffman

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Joe Hoffman is the managing editor for the Albany Student Press.

A violent felony rape reportedly occurred at Dutch Quad on Feb. 5, according to an incident report University Police Department released Friday. Assistant chief of police Aran Mull said Sunday …

Residents of Alden Hall at Alumni Quad woke last Tuesday to find their gym, two laundry rooms, and several bathrooms closed due to flooding. The University said Thursday that a …

Middle Earth peer assistance student group played a role in the decision for a Campus Center lounge, Damien’s, to not to serve alcohol. “There were a lot of concerns about …

Visual effects firm Branch VFX has begun its third month in partnership with UAlbany’s division of the START-UP NY program, which allows businesses to operate tax-free for ten years in …

“You’re not supposed to agree with me,” said Amanishakete Ani, assistant professor of Africana Studies at UAlbany. “This is politics and this is what’s not supposed to happen.” Ani’s professional …

The sports restaurant under construction in the Campus Center will not serve alcohol, per a decision by university leadership which overruled University Auxiliary Services’ plans to serve beer and wine …

State voters rejected plans for a constitutional convention last Tuesday, a ballot initiative which had received vocal opposition from United University Professions but little noticeable interest from students. Had voters …

Students, faculty, and staff are voicing both hopeful anticipation and logistical concerns as the construction of the Emerging Technologies and Entrepreneurship Complex nears its second stage. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced …

University at Albany President Havidan Rodriguez delivered his first faculty address last Wednesday, detailing membership of the Strategic Planning Committee and answering questions about textbook prices and contingent faculty, among …

There have been 14 reports of grand larceny in the past two weeks, as revealed by the University Police Department’s daily crime reports. The 14 reports dwarf the number of …