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Less than a third of students cast a ballot in the Student Association’s fall election — a sharp decrease from last year’s election numbers. A total of 1,253 students cast …

The UAlbany Spirit Squad’s budget has been cut in half for the 2018-2019 season, a decision affecting 40 cheerleaders and dancers, both male and female. Last year, the Spirit Squad …

Five-time Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman, who captained the United States to victory in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic games, headlines the New York State Writers Institute Speaker Series …

Students and chaplains welcomed a new Interfaith Center this academic year with mixed reactions, as well as plans for the future. Over the summer, the IFC moved from its spacious …

The man in charge of academic affairs at the University at Albany will step down from his role in January, a sudden change in leadership announced by the Office of …

This school year, both the Indian and Colonial Fitness Centers’ hours have been shifted earlier in response to the feedback Campus Recreation was able to obtain from students. There are …

When you think of video games, a first-person shooter might come to mind — something like Call of Duty, Halo or more likely one of the new popular battle royale …

As many freshmen Great Danes begin their fall semester classes, some first-year students in Indian Quad are feeling extra pressure from their crowded living arrangements. Several students and university representatives …

The Office of Environmental Sustainability kicks off their 12th annual Energy Campaign this year with a focus on water conservation. The Energy Campaign is a 10-week competition between residential and …

The former Patroon Room is now offering meal plan discounts after undergoing renovations this past summer which transformed the space into a buffet-style restaurant. The new eatery, 1844 Restaurant, gets …