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By Daniel Pinzon 10/20/15 Halloween is known as a day to dress up, a day to be something either imaginary or real, a day to play pretend. However, some costumes …

By Megan Mahar 10/20/15 Ahmed Mohamed made national headlines when a clock he built was mistaken for a bomb. The 14-year-old ninth grader from Texas received a lot of support …

Russell Oliver 10/13/2015   Winter is coming. While University at Albany students don’t have to worry about the imminent threat of White Walkers, get ready for three to five months …

by Jon Miller 10/13/2015   I’ve lived near New York City for a great deal of my life and it is almost impossible to not hear of it’s “stop-and-frisk” program …

By Megan Mahar 10/13/2015   It was a Thursday evening and I was in the middle of watching the Steelers vs. Ravens game when the news appeared on my television: …

By Kevin Mercado 10/13/2015 We have arrived at the halfway point of the semester: midterm point. All of the students at the University at Albany are dusting off their textbooks …

By Daniel Pinzon  Student artist Ashley Powell hung several signs that read “White Only” and “Black Only” around the University of Buffalo campus in mid-September. This artist’s creation is real. It makes …

By Diego Cagara As a University at Albany student, each one of us is bound to have a mix of great professors, some of who we enjoy learning from and some …

Last week Pope Francis addressed the U.S. House of Representatives and spoke about many of the critical challenges of our time: serving the poor, world violence, and climate change. He urged …

By Kevin Mercado   Allow me to explain a concept that has been ingrained in our heads for centuries, but is now commonly misconstrued and misunderstood: feminism. I feel the need …