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Catalonia is a semiautonomous region of Spain that shares a border with France to the north and overlooks the Mediterranean Sea to the east. If you know nothing else about …

President Trump and the NFL have stirred up quite a scene over the past couple of weeks. The president’s comments about firing NFL players were inappropriate because it is not …

I support kneeling during the National Anthem, because it is a respectful and peaceful way to protest. Our country was built on revolting when our rights were ignored and violated …

For decades, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or North Korea, has been an isolated aggressor, constantly trying to shout its way to the world stage without any real substance …

With the recent 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks recently passing, it is time we once again as students, alumni, family, and friends of the University at Albany recommit …

Politics and the things that we wear have long overlapped. The Women’s Liberation Movement of the late 1960s brought with it a slew of feminist shirts, buttons, pins, and other …

President Donald Trump knows humans are causing global warming, and he only denies climate change to protect his and other businesses financial gain. It is expensive to battle climate change …

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, the office of Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the repeal of Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA), a federal government created by the Barack Obama Administration …

Imagine you are at school and there is a controversial political issue all over the news. You feel strongly about it one way, but do not want to think about …

Dear Opinions, In response to Matthew Noyes editorial on higher education not being a human right. First off, I find your use of the word “slavery” both comical and ironic …