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Milo Votava

Milo Votava

Following the March 22 terror attack on Westminster Bridge, University at Albany students may be left wondering what safety measures are in place if they choose to study abroad. UAlbany …

A National Public Radio editor returned to the University at Albany on Wednesday to discuss the role of media ethics in today’s society. Mark Memmott, NPR’s Standards and Practices’ Editor, …

Roughly 100 prospective journalists, academics and public relations professionals filled the SEFCU Arena’s Hall of Fame room to attend a panel discussing fake news, its history, and how it will …

Over 75 people gathered for a talk about spreading nonbinary awareness on Wednesday at the Campus Center.   Kaleb Dornheim hosted the talk, Nonbinary Myths and Realities, as part of …

The weather in Albany this past week may seem like a direct effect of climate change, but it may not adequately explain why the Capital region is experiencing unusual weather …

A veteran journalist of forty years and founding member of the Boston Globe’s Spotlight team discussed the defining moments of his career at the University at Albany on Nov. 14. …

Commuter Students at the University at Albany were welcomed into the community as part of Commuter Appreciation week. The week-long series of events, held by the UAlbany Driving Force, was …

This week we asked the Danes: “How would you react to seeing a clown while walking back from classes?”           Louis Orldan- Senior- 29- Sociology “I guess …

Joyce Carol Oates is a prolific writer and recipient of many awards, including the National Humanities Medal in 2010.  As such, she was a great person to start the Creative …

Most artists consider their studio space to be something personal, where they create art that can hold great meaning to them. Artist Colin Boyd, however, has given the Art Museum …