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In January of 2017, the Women’s March set records as a worldwide protest with over 5 billion participants, becoming an annual event for feminists and activists. Carmen Perez was one …

Sugars, sweeteners, and additives, oh my! The healthy options at the University at Albany’s Campus Center might not be as healthy as you really think; many are packed with “hidden” …

The room was filled with uncertainty, unsure of what actions to take as the guest of honor had arrived. The reception was lukewarm, as if everyone present wanted to make …

The University at Albany is moving a student-run photography organization out of the office they have occupied for over 50 years. On January 15, University Photo Services received a notice …

Roughly 3,000 Puerto Ricans, American citizens, died due to the category four terror of Hurricane Maria on September 20, 2017. Since that day, the event has spurred much speculation, economic …

A new resource for students through the University At Albany was inaugurated on February 1st as the new “clothing closet” Purple Threads opened in the Campus Center, garnering support and …

The University at Albany is kicking off a new rebranding initiative this spring, focusing on the new tagline “Unleash Greatness,” which aims to promote the greatness that exists within the …

University at Albany College Republicans and College Democrats squared up in front of an almost packed lecture center Friday for a formal debate between the two clubs. Around 150 people …

Residents of Alumni Quad on the University at Albany’s downtown campus were kept awake by two fire alarms for roughly six hours last weekend, leaving many students confused, frustrated, and …

The University at Albany will be removing all religious holiday breaks from its academic calendar beginning next fall. That means classes will be held on Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, and …