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Even if you have been following the preliminary stages of the Democratic Primary, Mayor Pete Buttigieg (boot-edge-edge, according to his Twitter bio) of South Bend, Indiana may only be in …

There has been a firestorm of attention surrounding Duke basketball player Zion Williamson since an incident on the court last Wednesday that caused his foot to blow right through a …

On February 14th, Amazon cancelled their plans of building a headquarters in Long Island City, Queens due to intense protest from residents, workers, and politicians. Many were outraged over the …

The issue of climate change is, without a doubt, the most important issue of our time. The stakes are enormous: if we curtail our carbon emissions and convert the United …

There is much need for honest and progressive conversations about anti-LGBT violence. Even though it is 2019 there is still many reports daily about these hate crimes still occurring and …

Last week, the internet went into a frenzy over Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s tweet about the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), a secular Israel advocacy group. In these tweets she …

By Stefan Dela Riva In an unexpected, unity-driven celebration of the United States’ achievements, the State of the Union Address saw President Trump bring together Democrats and Republicans for the …

After a ten year long battle between sexual assault advocates and institutions like the Catholic Church and the Boy Scouts of America, many advocates were relieved when the Child Victims …

        Overall, I have enjoyed my years here at the University at Albany. It may seem like I don’t at times but this was, and still is, my first choice …

In 1787, our Founding Fathers met in Philadelphia’s Independence Hall and, after months of intense debate, hammered out a complex and incomplete document. The United States Constitution was the basis …