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     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, …

     After reading the opinion piece about the Academy Awards and their inability to include the common viewer, I felt compelled to chime in on the topic. Being a …

        The release of the Nunes memo without its Democratic counterpart paints an incomplete picture of important issues going on in Washington. The memo is a Republican-drafted …

The Eagles won Super Bowl LII with backup quarterback Nick Foles, who also won the game’s MVP award. For next year, the clear goal for the Eagles is to return …

I write this article with the intention of offering constructive criticism to the University at Albany administration and out of my concern for the full learning experience of my fellow …