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Food on Demand, a new restaurant-style dining service at Alumni Quad, will serve its first students next week. Students will enter their entree orders at four touchscreen kiosks in Waterbury …

The University at Albany website has been the same for roughly ten years — an architecture that hadn’t been touched since the day it went online. Now, Vice President of …

Newly minted Student Association State Quad senators believe residents don’t know enough about asbestos despite notices provided in housing documents and dorm signage. Cassandra Jones, a recently elected SA State …

What Jerlisa Fontaine described as an aura of positive energy from her Caribbean birth-nation has disappeared. Fontaine referenced a cell phone video taken from a family friend in Dominica taken …

Last month’s pipe maintenance which temporarily denied students hot water was the most recent incident of a costly, recurring problem on campus. The total cost of the maintenance was $13,500, …

The University at Albany’s Office of Student Engagement hosted its second annual Munch with the Majors event Wednesday evening in the Campus Center. The event offers students an opportunity to …

Faculty occupy 40 percent of the Flex parking lot on State Annex at peak hours and 25 percent of the 177 spaces at non-peak times. “We definitely understand the Flex …

A former dining hall on Dutch Quad will serve a new purpose: health care and counseling. Student Health Services is expected to run on site of what is now a …

Students, university leaders, faculty, and Congressman Paul Tonko (D-20) were among those assembled on Tuesday afternoon at a rally advocating the renewal of the Federal Perkins Loan Program. The Perkins …

Few students unaffiliated with the Student Association, Graduate Student Association, or SUNY Student Assembly showed up at a rally in support of state legislation which would separate tuition dollars from …