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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 …

University Police Department arrested student Mohammed Sanogo on Wednesday following a reported rape on Colonial Quad last week, highlighting another of the University at Albany’s controversial decisions to not alert …

A divided Student Association voted down a resolution urging the University at Albany to keep the religious holidays off for the following academic year. Several weeks ago, Michael Christakis had …

As the #MeToo movement and increased awareness of sexual assault on campus progresses, student and professional groups on campus face new challenges this semester. “Teaching a year long course, and …

Two newcomers to Student Association senate have teamed up to try to address issues with transparency,  dating back to before they themselves arrived on campus. Last Wednesday, SA passed the …

Dozens of students have reported to campus voting initiatives that their applications for absentee voting never returned them a ballot — leaving them with no way to vote in the …

Poorly lighted walkways around campus have left some students feeling unsafe when walking back to their dorms or cars at night. Of the 10 students interviewed for this article, all …

The Student Association Supreme Court attempts to increase transparency, effectiveness, and fairness by creating a new sample constitution for student groups to follow. Anahi Tapia, Chief Justice to the SA …