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Lindsey Riback

Lindsey Riback

Free tuition may become a reality for University at Albany students if Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed Excelsior Scholarship is passed. The plan was first announced on Jan. 3 during Cuomo’s …

On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the decision to prevent President Donald Trump’s executive order to temporarily restrict immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, yet students and faculty at …

The presence of biased speech and propaganda appears to be on the rise since Donald Trump was elected to office, and the University at Albany has not been left untouched. …

With the aim of bringing together generations of Great Danes and their families, the University at Albany’s Homecoming Weekend did just that with its first Speaker Series event of the …

Administrative changes and rebranding are not the only transformations that the University at Albany is undergoing this year; the East Campus was renamed the Health Sciences Campus last Monday. The …

The launch of University at Albany’s Merit Program encourages students to share their experiences with the greater community. First introduced over the summer to freshmen and sophomores, the program officially …

Medical school is challenging enough, but attempting to complete courses while lacking a physical place to learn and call home and fleeing a war-torn country certainly does not help. This …

After nearly four years as president, Robert J. Jones will be leaving at the University of Albany to assume the dual roles of Chancellor of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign …