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Content from the Opinion section of the Albany Student Press

     A new poll came out that raises questions about the campus free speech debate. Conducted by Gallup, the poll interviewed 3,000 students and asked them whether protecting free …

    It took longer than expected to open, but Damien’s is finally here. It’s in a weird spot in the Campus Center, and its construction wasn’t without drama, but …

    The University at Albany has been accused by the Police Benevolent Association, the union representing state university police officers, for failing to disclose information related to campus crimes …

        Chuck Schumer is taking a step backwards by propagating racism under the guise of virtue signaling. Earlier this month, Schumer voted against Judge Marvin Quattlebaum who …

Two weeks ago, at the open forum for the 2018-2019 Student Association President/Vice presidential candidates, a little kerfuffle was had between vice presidential candidates Alexander O’Leary and Patrick Carrol. In …

    In the 1985 Supreme Court case New Jersey v. T.L.O., two teenage students were caught smoking in their high school bathroom by a teacher and were brought to the …

       Last week’s article supporting a tobacco-free Albany campus, supplemented by fines for smokers, is noble at best. But at its worse, it neglects the reality of smoking: …

     UAlbany is not a tobacco-free campus; therefore, I have moments where I can’t breathe and my chest burns because a fellow student is smoking. UAlbany needs to be …

      Libraries are by far the most common places for students to get their work done. They foster productivity, make students feel smarter, and have helpful resources to …

     His name is Xi Jinping. Officially, he is the General Secretary of the Communist Party in China, the President of China about to start his second term. Unofficially, …