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Campus chaplains wanted to ask the University at Albany Foundation to scrap Interfaith Center plans. But they learned Friday when informed by the Albany Student Press, that’s not up to …

Visual effects firm Branch VFX has begun its third month in partnership with UAlbany’s division of the START-UP NY program, which allows businesses to operate tax-free for ten years in …

A growing STEM college would have enough banked to eventually open doors in Downtown Albany should the state fork over $20 million this upcoming budget cycle. University at Albany officials …

“You’re not supposed to agree with me,” said Amanishakete Ani, assistant professor of Africana Studies at UAlbany. “This is politics and this is what’s not supposed to happen.” Ani’s professional …

Following a string of resignations and impeachments last semester, the Student Association senate is seeking to add new life to its ranks while preparing to lose many of its senior …

Social justice wasn’t mentioned in the University at Albany’s last strategic plan seven years ago. In a recently released draft for the next plan, social justice and sustainability are listed …

A month after graduating from the University at Albany, the daughter of undocumented Ecuadorian immigrants is utilizing her bilingual skills as a secretary in a personal injury law firm. At …

Laura Schweitzer, vice president of the University at Albany Health Sciences, has been the spearhead of talks that have created the Early Assurance Pathway Program. The program will focus on …
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STAFF REPORT – Update 4:30 p.m.: It’s unclear if one or two suspects of an alleged Quail St. armed robbery reportedly fled towards Alumni Quad Thursday afternoon. Earlier in the …

STATE CAPITOL –  From old to new, several pieces in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s spending plan would impact the University at Albany if passed in the final state budget. Out of a …