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Students, university leaders, faculty, and Congressman Paul Tonko (D-20) were among those assembled on Tuesday afternoon at a rally advocating the renewal of the Federal Perkins Loan Program. The Perkins …

Few students unaffiliated with the Student Association, Graduate Student Association, or SUNY Student Assembly showed up at a rally in support of state legislation which would separate tuition dollars from …

      Kathy Sheehan will continue working with the University at Albany as the city mayor should heavy Democratic enrollment signal a November victory.       After her …

“I took a shot in the dark,” said 28-year-old owner of The Halal Shack, Jamal Rasoully. The recently opened Halal Shack is a New York City street food inspired restaurant, …

The latest of University at Albany’s presidents, Havidán Rodríguez assumed his position on Monday, Sept. 11. Rodríguez’s position as the 20th president of the university follows from a summer of …

Upgrade work on a water line underneath a parking lot in the Harriman State Office campus temporarily reduced water pressure on the uptown campus last Monday, postponing experiments and causing …

Alondra Berroa on Friday was elected to represent over 13,000 undergraduate students on the University Council, a 12-member board which oversees campus operations. “Oh my God, I won by 715 …

Discussing the story of his rise from poverty to privilege, James Hart, a writer, poet, and activist, shared with University at Albany students and several community writers the scenes that …

There isn’t a short term fix expected to reduce tight parking on Alumni Quad. Student parking is at max capacity most weeknights, sometimes pushing students to move into street parking. …

For her, the daughter of undocumented Ecuadorian immigrants, a future beyond the University at Albany became foggier last week. Jhoanna Haro is one of an unclear number of UAlbany students …