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The University at Albany required all Residential Life staff to complete a CPR training course this summer, a shift in policy from last year when several RA’s said they were …

Student groups looking to submit purchase requests, file for reimbursements or access the Student Association’s credit card, will first have to familiarize themselves with a newly revised Treasurer’s Handbook. Re-worked …

Stolen equipment. Damaged apartments. Food insecurity. College students face emergencies of all kinds — and the University at Albany is looking for ways to maintain a new fund to help …

Instructions not to touch students in a medical emergency have some Resident Assistants worried they could be fired for helping a student in need of immediate emergency care. Four RAs, …

An unaccounted-for withdrawal of $9,600 was discovered during a financial review of Student Association finances – just one of several deficiencies highlighted by the organization’s independent auditors this past week. …

The University at Albany announced last Tuesday that a complete ban on tobacco products on campus will be implemented in January 2019 – an initiative funded by a $20,000 grant. …

Following a series of claimed ongoing issues, the union representing police officers at the University at Albany contends that their relationship with leadership in the University Police Department and the …

As the University at Albany replaces heavy, narrow doors on academic buildings to make the campus more wheelchair accessible, several Student Association senators raised concerns that the campus is inaccessible …

A group of students who gathered outside the Student Association office Wednesday afternoon were applauded by members of the senate later that day after calling for greater financial transparency within …

Surplus funds remain unallocated as the Student Association senate on Wednesday voted unanimously to approve the Board of Finance’s proposed 2018-19 external budget. The $930,933.85 approved budget, which will be …