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Content from the Opinion section of the Albany Student Press

     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, …

      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, …