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As the C-SPAN bus appeared before UAlbany’s journalism students this past Monday, people were gleaming with excitement. After a yearlong trip, C-SPAN completed their 50 States tour with the University. …

A small group of students organized a social protest outside the campus center Friday, covering a wide range of issues and attracting few students. The event was put on by …

Student Association wants to hear from you. The organization has plans to increase the number of town halls held throughout the year, with a goal of better engaging the student …

The Student Association urged the University at Albany Wednesday to take action regarding a broken crosswalk sign between Freedom Apartments and the Campus. Jonathan Cintron, an SA senator from Freedom …

The large bookshelf kitty-cornered on the wall in the new Interfaith Center is fully occupied. There are books for anyone to read. Free food, fruits, and cakes sit on the …

The Student Association is looking to fill nine vacancies in a special election following a string of resignations, impeachments and a lack of interest from candidates in the fall election. …

Shocked, uneasy, and anxious. These are words that describe how I felt leaving the doors of the haunted house at Student Association’s fright night held in Dippikill earlier this month. …

The University at Albany will begin work to make the campus more accessible by installing an elevator and ramps from the Podium to the Lecture Centers beginning next summer. Long …

The Student Association debated whether personalizing $1,500 in senate T-shirts was unfair to student groups before agreeing on a final design Wednesday night. The debate set a precedent, according to …

University at Albany officials are considering removing all breaks for religious holidays by next year, a change that comes with a long history of debate at the university. The Office …