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The man in charge of academic affairs at the University at Albany will step down from his role in January, a sudden change in leadership announced by the Office of …

This school year, both the Indian and Colonial Fitness Centers’ hours have been shifted earlier in response to the feedback Campus Recreation was able to obtain from students. There are …

When you think of video games, a first-person shooter might come to mind — something like Call of Duty, Halo or more likely one of the new popular battle royale …

As many freshmen Great Danes begin their fall semester classes, some first-year students in Indian Quad are feeling extra pressure from their crowded living arrangements. Several students and university representatives …

The Office of Environmental Sustainability kicks off their 12th annual Energy Campaign this year with a focus on water conservation. The Energy Campaign is a 10-week competition between residential and …

The former Patroon Room is now offering meal plan discounts after undergoing renovations this past summer which transformed the space into a buffet-style restaurant. The new eatery, 1844 Restaurant, gets …

A reported sexual assault on Colonial Quad grew more complicated Friday when police reported making no arrests after meeting with both suspect and victim. The alleged incident reportedly took place …

Shortly after students moved out in May, construction crews moved in, beginning work on dorm renovations, asbestos abatement, and pavement projects around campus. The renovations are part of the University …

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 …