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Content from the Opinion section of the Albany Student Press

      We’ve seen movement on the political landscape in recent days on the issue of voting rights. This time the suffrage movement is for even younger teenagers being …

As my fourth and final year at the University at Albany winds down, I am excited to bear witness to what should be one of our campus’ most rigorous and …

     SUNY campuses are gun-free zones for everyone but police and criminals. If, God forbid, someone wanted to commit violence against our student body or faculty there would be …

This past semester, I graduated from University at Albany’s undergraduate sociology program after just five semesters. For 2.5 years as an undergraduate, in addition to my studies in sociology, I …

     As the midterm season rolls around, students from all walks of life reach out for the only thing that can help them through this difficult and harrowing time: …

    The latest news out of Washington regarding the status of welfare recipients comes off as a tad strange. President Trump has proposed an alternative to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance …

    Since the dawn of America, citizens have been told to believe that taxation is bad. The notion that “taxation is evil” reinforces our belief that socialism is bad, …

    When I was a freshman, I walked from my dorm on Indian Quad to campus, and every day, I was greeted to a nice, big, mound of dirt. …

    It is Black History Month. Before writing this article, I never understood why Black History Month was in February, the shortest month of the year. I felt it …

     There are 323 million people living in the United States of America, the world’s third largest population. By and large, this collection of peoples are forced, by default, …