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Diversity is a quality colleges not only strive for, but also pride themselves on. At the University at Albany, we have both an Office of Diversity and Inclusion and a …

    Net neutrality is dissolving the economic model our country was founded upon. What seems like a fair way for each and every consumer to obtain information online is …

      Right now, when we use the internet, we have net neutrality, meaning that the internet is free and open. In 2015, the Federal Communication Commission was pressured …

  During the last election, I was an unabashed supporter of Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign for president, believing at the time that a bit of radicalism was necessary to give …

You don’t have to be queer to be inspired by the results of Nov. 7 elections and what they mean for LGBTQ people. In an era of malice and discrimination …

It has become evident that, of all the resources the University at Albany has to offer, feminine hygiene products aren’t included. While this may not be obvious to everyone, there …

Besides turkey, loved ones, and a big dinner, one of the first things that comes to mind about Thanksgiving is Pilgrims and Indians. As a kid, I remember making turkeys, …

Thanksgiving break is practically here, and for most of us students, that means making the long trek home to spend the holiday with our families. But that doesn’t apply to …

     Our society is based on a government formed by a social contract in which everyone must follow certain rules that are in the interest of the general will. …

     School spirit differs tremendously from high school to college, but the University at Albany seems to pride itself on school spirit. Our school even has a page dedicated …