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Unlike last semester, Phi Alpha Delta members aren’t bearing their Greek letters at the University at Albany. UAlbany’s PAD chapter — a co-ed pre-law fraternity with a historically heavy presence …

The race to be the next University at Albany Student Association president is officially underway. On the ballot this year are four tickets hoping to serve as SA’s president and …

Jewish student groups held their third annual Shabbat 360 dinner on Friday, Feb. 23 in the Campus Center Ballroom. The event was sponsored by Student Association, non-profit Jewish student center …

The 39 televisions in the newly-opened campus center restaurant Damien’s cannot currently display UAlbany sports events, despite the university’s hope for the space to garner support for their athletic teams. …

University at Albany officials said Friday they would decide in the “near future” whether to close Colonial Quad’s dining hall permanently. “A decision about Colonial dining service beyond the current …

Minds were already set to pass conference oversight reform before last week’s senate meeting, Student Association President Jerlisa Fontaine claimed. Legislation to prohibit SA officials from touching conference funds without …

A violent felony rape reportedly occurred at Dutch Quad on Feb. 5, according to an incident report University Police Department released Friday. Assistant chief of police Aran Mull said Sunday …

Portions of the Student Association senate’s website haven’t been updated to reflect the current legislative session for nearly two years ― a violation of the organization’s transparency by-laws. According to …

Residents of Alden Hall at Alumni Quad woke last Tuesday to find their gym, two laundry rooms, and several bathrooms closed due to flooding. The University said Thursday that a …

President Havidán Rodríguez ended a long-winded comment about the University at Albany’s research standing with three rhetorical questions. “Can we do better? We can always do better.” “Should we do …