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By Daniel Pinzon 4/19/2016 Coffee was, at first, just a cup of coffee. It was caffeine that would help me stay awake. I didn’t care for the taste and I didn’t …

Editorial Staff 4/19/16 The Albany Student Press has prided itself on its independence for 100 years. This independence is a luxury that we have learned how to handle, how to …

By Sue Chen 2/16/16 Admit it, we love porn—well, at least those of us who actually watch it love it. However, things can get a bit distasteful as we look at …

By Stefan Lembo 2/16/16 Religion and politics are two words that, when put together, make most Americans cringe. The issue of politicians leading with their religious values is a point …

By Milo Votava 3/8/16 For the first time since its debut in 2014, the University at Albany’s mobile app, available on both Apple and Android devices, recieved a much-needed update …

By Daniel Pinzon 2/16/16 We are now capable of simulating tragedies through technology. Video games make the realistically impossible virtually possible. Video games enable people to create worlds where the imagination …

By Kevin Mercado 3/1/16 The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) on campus provides economically disadvantaged college applicants a fair opportunity to apply and get accepted into a university that they could not …

By Daniel Pinzon 3/1/16 It’s hard enough to wake up in the morning for class – it’s even worse when I can’t even take a nice shower. The same thing …

By Jonathan Peters 3/1/16 The University at Albany was among three other SUNY schools in 2011 to evenly split $140 million given to them by the New York state Governor’s …

  By Stefan Lembo-Stolba 2/23/17 Justice Antonin Scalia, top-conservative voice on the Supreme Court of the United States, died recently leaving the burning question of who will succeed his seat …