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  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 …

By Daniel Pinzon 2/23/16 Disney does represent minorities. It is not to our liking, but Disney went out and has captured other cultures aside from white culture. Disney is very …

By Jeffrey Rosenheck 2/23/16 Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jeffrey Rosenheck. I am a senior here at the University at Albany, preparing to graduate in May. Though …

By Jonathan Miller 2/23/16 During this time of year, vaccinations and proper attire to accommodate the shifting tone in weather are all too familiar. With flu season currently in full …

By Kevin Mercado 4/5/16   A new four-week “simulation” course was introduced for University at Albany students, taking the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity to the next level. …

By Jonathan Miller 4/5/16 Prison regulations have been a controversial issue for years, especially since the recent spike in incarcerations. With Clinton Correctional Facility’s prison escape scandal last summer and …

By Sean Kawakami 4/5/16 The power of social media has dwindled physical, intimate communication and, more precisely, love. It’s convenient nowadays to contact someone through Facebook Messenger or text messages, …

BY: SHALAYNA BURNS A little over two months ago we celebrated the New Year. Millions of people gathered around and watched the ball drop while we all said goodbye to …

By Kayla Popuchet 1/26/16 With the ever-growing Islamophobia spewing from the mouths of everyone from right-wing politicians down to citizens, World Hijab Day is much more than a celebration of …

Jonathan Miller 1/26/16    This month, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced many of its expected nominees, such as Leonardo DiCaprio for “The Revenant” and Saoirse Ronan …