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About 20 students gathered around the small fountain at the University at Albany on Nov. 13 for an event held by the Student Association in solidarity with the recent actions …

Eight percent of voting power in the Student Association senate will change early next semester.   Nearly a handful of seats are expected to be up for grabs in a …

One University at Albany student has picked up mumps, an infection known for causing severe swelling. The case was confirmed on Wednesday by the Albany County Health Department. Since then, …

Lois Lowry, author of many award-winning novels including “Number the Stars” and “The Giver,” visited the campus on Nov. 8. Lowry is an internationally known author with 45 books ranging …

The number of Excelsior Scholarship recipients at the University at Albany has increased by over 200 since late August, bringing the current total to 1,043 students for the fall semester. …

The Student Association senate passed new guidelines Wednesday for investigating ethical complaints leveled against members, sparking concerns over the organization’s autonomy from the Office of Student Involvement among several senators. …

The status of a decades-old provision restricting owners from repurposing Interfaith Center property is unclear, leaving some vigilant over the building’s future. An unsigned document recently passed down to interfaith …

State voters rejected plans for a constitutional convention last Tuesday, a ballot initiative which had received vocal opposition from United University Professions but little noticeable interest from students. Had voters …

The University at Albany and the university’s athletic director, Mark Benson, are currently facing a lawsuit over an alleged Title IX violation after cutting the women’s tennis team. Former Women’s Tennis …

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, …