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By ASP Staff The ninth annual Energy Campaign at the University at Albany started today, aiming to reduce electricity consumption on campus by 10 percent. To get the ball rolling, …

By Aaron Cheris Sports Editor sports.asp@gmail.com September 1, 2015  The last time DJ Evans stepped on the floor as a Great Dane, he had the game of his life. Listed …

By Nick Muscavage Senior Staff Writer 6/22/2015 Jeffrey Haugaard has quite the academic brag sheet. He holds a bachelor’s in psychology and political science from the University of California in …

Janie Frank News Editor 6/22/2015 Most of the eateries at the University at Albany are more sanitary now than they were in the spring semester of 2014, according to an …

By Janie Frank News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com June 5, 2015 Rachel Cocca-Dott, owner of Coccadotts Cake Shop, said she was unaware that her store at the University at Albany campus had …

By Thomas Kika Staff Writer “Tomorrowland” is the sort of well-intentioned misfire that one feels bad for not liking. Director Brad Bird (“The Incredibles”) brings his favored retro-futuristic aesthetic and …

By Aaron Cheris Sports Editor sports.asp@gmail.com May 9, 2015   Cornell University’s Schoellkopf Field has hosted games for more than a century. In that time, it has probably not seen …

By Aaron Cheris Sports Editor sports.asp@gmail.com May 5, 2015    Even though University at Albany tight end Brian Parker wasn’t one of the 256 players picked in the 2015 NFL …

By Aaron Cheris  Sports Editor sports.asp@gmail.com May 3, 2015    The University at Albany men’s lacrosse team prides itself on being a family. When this season ends, the family will …

By Troy Farkas Contributing Writer sports.asp@gmail.com  April 28, 2015        It’s 7 a.m. on a typical spring day at the University at Albany. The majority of college students …