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A shift in spending oversight this past summer has led to the discovery of more than $600,000 in Student Association surplus funds – highlighting delays in the auditing process and …

The main university library has converted four former librarian’s offices into study nooks in the southwest end of the first floor. Signs outside the spaces, which are located behind the …

Students and faculty from the University at Albany gathered last week for a discussion on sexual assault and how the #MeToo movement has affected the campus community. Sexual Violence Prevention Ambassadors, …

Famed YouTuber Tyler Oakley filled SEFCU arena with students, fans, and faculty as part of the University at Albany’s Speaker Series last Tuesday. Now with 7.8 million subscribers, Oakley began …

The Student Association Senate has a $1,500 budget to buy themselves t-shirts, but they haven’t allocated a penny for t-shirts to any student group this year. In other words, the …

Following a competitive election, voters chose Langie Cadesca and Nicolas Pepe by a narrow margin to lead the organization for the 2018-19 academic year. The Cadesca/Pepe ticket beat the #UAlbanyUnited …

This year’s battle for Student Association president has seen an increase in bribery complaints from last year. Elections Commission Chair Danielle Haft did not indicate an exact number of complaints. …

The university is currently considering banning smoking on all parts of the University at Albany campus, a proposal controversial among students. The initiative is being propelled by the Tobacco-Free Steering …

In their first meeting in nearly a month, Student Association senate jump-started its legislative agenda with a debate surrounding by-laws and viewpoint neutrality, culminating in a vote to override President …

The University at Albany does not require professors and staff to go through active shooter training, a policy concerning to some members of the campus community after another deadly school …