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We are getting to a point in which we have to pay to breathe. We are getting taxed for basically anything we can think off, and as people, is anyone …

We received an interesting piece of anonymous mail in the ASP office this week. Someone had clipped out an opinions piece by Erin Pflaumer that appeared in the Sept. 6 …

As of this semester, juniors and seniors attending the University at Albany no longer have the option to live in one of the four dorms on the uptown campus. Instead, …

When “The Birth of a Nation” made its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, the picture was almost immediately proclaimed as a contemporary masterpiece in both a technical …

The world has lost track over what should be considered inappropriate material. We are becoming too sensitive to minor things being said nowadays. We are overreacting towards the wrong things. …

The Pulse nightclub shooting left the LGBT community in a state of panic. Just like any other big disaster, it would not be surprising if ten years from now, people …

The one line I remember from high school history is “clear and present danger.” Established in the Supreme Court case Schenck v. United States, this phrase outlines that speech creating …

Social media has made it easier to spread inaccurate information, thus degrading the integrity of social experiments. While the dissemination of information has become easier, …. On Aug. 24, Zaida …

By Kaitlin Lembo 4/19/2016 The New York presidential primaries are happening today, yet many potential voters will be out of luck. The reason: New York has a closed primary and …

By Kaitlin Lembo 4/19/2016 As an American citizen, I make it my duty to vote in elections.   It doesn’t matter what kind of election. If there is an election being …