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By Janie Frank A dead body was found in the tunnels at the University at Albany. On Saturday, Sept. 19, the University Police Department received a report of a deceased …

Photos and words by Hannah Brigida Infantado   The University at Albany made history on Thursday, Sept. 17 at the grand entry plaza with ceremonial dedication rites for the new state-of-the-art …

By Madeline St. Amour Photos by Hannah Brigida Infantado Tom Junod is a person just like the rest of us. Yes, he’s been nominated 11 times (and won twice) for the …

By Allen Enriquez Contributing writer Before entering my sophomore year at the University at Albany, there were many things I was looking forward to: seeing my friends and the gorgeous …

By Patrick Gareau Contributing writer Consider what kind of impact the nearly 18,000 University at Albany students could have on this election if most of them were registered to vote …

Nick Muscavage 9/15/15 Small, clean, quaint and quiet: These are a few ways to describe the Fuller Road restaurant Dave’s Gourmet and Exotic Burgers.  But Dave Kahn, owner and head …

Photos and words by Tomas Gomez Labor unions marched in downtown Albany for the Michael Burns Labor Day parade this past Friday. Union workers from United Steel Workers, New York …

By ASP Staff The ninth annual Energy Campaign at the University at Albany started today, aiming to reduce electricity consumption on campus by 10 percent. To get the ball rolling, …

By Nick Muscavage Senior Staff Writer 6/22/2015 Jeffrey Haugaard has quite the academic brag sheet. He holds a bachelor’s in psychology and political science from the University of California in …

Janie Frank News Editor 6/22/2015 Most of the eateries at the University at Albany are more sanitary now than they were in the spring semester of 2014, according to an …