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By Meg Dwyer Contributing Writer theaspnews@gmail.com     The American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk attracted more than 5,300 participants to Washington Park on Oct. 19, including …

By Madeline St. Amour Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com Members of the State University of New York’s police department system were recently invited to attend an investigators roundtable to discuss major campus …

By Jessica Zysberg Staff Writer theaspnew@gmail.com  Oct 28, 2014    University Police Department received a report from the College of St. Rose on Friday Oct.17 about a missing student. That …

By Kassie Parisi Managing Editor production.asp@gmail.com Oct 28, 2014 Yik Yak, the recently developed social networking application, is becoming more popular at the University at Albany. Yik Yak, which is …

By Kyle Plaske Senior Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com On Oct. 9 Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Finkel visited the University at Albany to promote his newest book “Thank You For Your Service,” …

By Janie Frank News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com    The Advocacy Center for Sexual Violence at the University at Albany is a resource available to students as of this year.    The …

By Madeline St. Amour Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com On Oct. 2, the University at Albany was one of 56 schools that signed up to be a part of the Jed & …

By Michelle Checchi Editor-in-Chief asp_online@hotmail.com Oct 16, 2014 Three SUNY campuses were the recipients of military weapons and vehicles, along with the Albany Police Department and the Albany County Sheriffs …

By Ada Mbogu Copy editor theaspnews@gmail.com    The story of the abductions, sexual assaults and murders of poor girls working in the factories of Juarez, Mexico was showcased in a …

By Zoe Hicks Contributing Writer theaspnews@gmail.com “Your voice matters. Be heard,” were some of the words with which United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand signed her new memoir to the women …