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By Lauren Mineau Editor-in-Chief asp_online@hotmail.com   Professor sabbaticals at the University at Albany are sometimes not within official guidelines, according to an audit by State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli at the …

By Kassie Parisi News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com The College of Nanoscale Engineering has separated from the University at Albany as of July 16, 2013. The structure now functions as the SUNY …

by Lauren Mineau Editor-in-Chief asp_online@hotmail.com After a meeting of the SUNY board of trustees on Tuesday, votes decided to separate the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) from the …

by Lauren Mineau News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com   WCDB lost an alumni DJ and friend on April 10. 2013. Joseph Bowman, hosted a radio show titled “The Maiden Voyage” starting in …

SA and former UAlbany Rowing team battle for boats By Lauren Mineau Incoming Editor-in-Chief theaspnews@gmail.com   Members of the former UAlbany Rowing team are back on the water, but restrictions …

By Lauren Mineau Incoming Editor-In-Chief theaspnews@gmail.com  After the loss of their contract with the University at Albany, Chartwell’s Dining services plans to lay off 471 employees, according to a WARN …

 By Kassie Parisi Assistant News Editor  theaspnews@gmail.com On April 22 the University at Albany was recognized in the Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges. The schools that are mentioned …

Fuller Road between Tricentennial Circle and the new Washington Ave. Extension roundabout is scheduled to close this Friday night, May 3 until May 13 to reconstruct the pavement. The closure will …

Student-run operation charges money for completion of online assignments Staff Reports ASP Editorial Board asp_online@hotmail.com “Plagiarism and cheating are serious offenses and will not be tolerated in this class. If …

  By Kassie Parisi Assistant News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com On April 20, Liberty Terrace hosted its first official Earth Day Food and Art Festival. The free event was open to students, …