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STAFF REPORT – Update 4:30 p.m.: It’s unclear if one or two suspects of an alleged Quail St. armed robbery reportedly fled towards Alumni Quad Thursday afternoon. Earlier in the …

STATE CAPITOL –  From old to new, several pieces in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s spending plan would impact the University at Albany if passed in the final state budget. Out of a …

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday vetoed legislation supported by several University at Albany groups which would require the state to pick up all costs at SUNY and CUNY campuses. Cuomo …

A vote to remove two Student Association senators from power following a string of unexcused absences raised questions of professionalism for some SA members, while revealing potential issues in how …

Student Association Senate Chair Jarrett Altilio won’t consider exiting the senate early if certain the legislative branch would be left “weaker” by result. He has mulled over leaving senate. Working …

University at Albany mail services and rapid copy centers will be relocated for approximately three years beginning this winter. Students on Nov. 21 received an email from Institutional Services announcing …

The number of group study spaces to remain on the second floor of Science Library after renovation hasn’t been fleshed out. With advisement services slated to move into the area …

A Student Association alumnus’ call to rename Julie’s Lodge after a 9/11 first responder carries little weight for the Dippikill board chair. Casey Crandall, chair, rejects former senator Conner Dunleavy’s …

The Student Association settled a weeks-long debate on Wednesday, passing legislation that bars student groups from requesting appropriation money for gifts. The new legislation, which updates SA’s current finance regulating …

The sports restaurant under construction in the Campus Center will not serve alcohol, per a decision by university leadership which overruled University Auxiliary Services’ plans to serve beer and wine …