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Students will vote this week on the fate of the mandatory activity fee, a decision which could have potentially drastic effects on the budget of the Student Association. At the …

Student Association’s senate cancelled their weekly meeting Wednesday after a failure to implement a new bylaw. The Student Association budgets hundreds of student activities and clubs, and has its own …

Internet hackers continue to target University at Albany information technology systems with cyber-attacks. University systems recently experienced a total of 17 distributed denial-of-service, or DDoS, attacks in the space of …

Since the Interfaith Center’s official relocation in Fall 2018 the former Interfaith Building remains silent.     Now labeled “Building 511,” the building has seen no student or faculty activity since …

Using plastic straws seems unavoidable when they are the only options. The University at Albany’s Green Scene hopes to change that in a meeting this Wednesday with VP of Student …

In January of 2017, the Women’s March set records as a worldwide protest with over 5 billion participants, becoming an annual event for feminists and activists. Carmen Perez was one …

Sugars, sweeteners, and additives, oh my! The healthy options at the University at Albany’s Campus Center might not be as healthy as you really think; many are packed with “hidden” …

The room was filled with uncertainty, unsure of what actions to take as the guest of honor had arrived. The reception was lukewarm, as if everyone present wanted to make …

The University at Albany is moving a student-run photography organization out of the office they have occupied for over 50 years. On January 15, University Photo Services received a notice …

Roughly 3,000 Puerto Ricans, American citizens, died due to the category four terror of Hurricane Maria on September 20, 2017. Since that day, the event has spurred much speculation, economic …