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The weather in Albany this past week may seem like a direct effect of climate change, but it may not adequately explain why the Capital region is experiencing unusual weather …

University at Albany students filed into the Campus Center on Wednesday for a discussion on ISIS led by an expert from at the Institute for Policy Studies. During her 60-minute …

Should the student activity fee become optional with next month’s referendum, the Student Association at the University at Albany is prepared to slash over half of its budget. Passed on …

Free tuition may become a reality for University at Albany students if Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed Excelsior Scholarship is passed. The plan was first announced on Jan. 3 during Cuomo’s …

On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the decision to prevent President Donald Trump’s executive order to temporarily restrict immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, yet students and faculty at …

Strapped with a message of perseverance, former NFL player, Michael Sam, shared his emotional life story during the University at Albany’s Sexuality Month. The Texas native took the Campus Center …

In the lobby of the Egg on Saturday afternoon, eager voices could be heard inquiring if tickets were still available to the sold-out Amazing China event that marked the height …

Ambitious University at Albany student Jacob Wasserman is about to turn 21, graduate a year early from college, and pursue a career in comedy. Last year Wasserman, who spends his …

Talk of social justice filled the air on Wednesday as the Interfaith Center held its monthly meeting of “Java and Justice.” The conversation was centered around the outcome of the …

Roughly 50 more cases of sexual violence were reported last year than in 2015 at the University at Albany. Once finalized, these numbers are expected to be higher. So far, …