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University at Albany ID cards were replaced nearly 4,500 times within the first eight months of this year. Of over 11,000 cards printed within this time, 44 percent were replacements, …

With less than a year until graduation, Rey Muniz III left his role as chief of staff for the SUNY Student Assembly for a new project: the New York Institute …

Title IX changes will not change how University at Albany administration conducts on-campus sexual assault probe procedures. The federal change made by the Department of Education on Sept. 22 offers …

Students, faculty, and staff are voicing both hopeful anticipation and logistical concerns as the construction of the Emerging Technologies and Entrepreneurship Complex nears its second stage. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced …

University at Albany President Havidan Rodriguez delivered his first faculty address last Wednesday, detailing membership of the Strategic Planning Committee and answering questions about textbook prices and contingent faculty, among …

Andrew Kennedy, president for the Center of Economic Growth, believes the University at Albany would experience an uptick in out-of-area students along with greater alumni numbers in the region should …

For the second time in two weeks, Student Association’s legislative agenda was bogged down by a debate surrounding an appropriations bill, paving the way for a rule change in how …

There have been 14 reports of grand larceny in the past two weeks, as revealed by the University Police Department’s daily crime reports. The 14 reports dwarf the number of …

Bullets pierced an area Souhimbou Doh Kone’s father often went to pray. He remembers that experience from over a decade ago in Ivory Coast, his home nation. Growing up in …

More than half of all parking spaces on State Annex handed to faculty over the summer will be given back to students. Parking & Mass Transit Services last week announced …