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Content from the Opinion section of the Albany Student Press

      Right now, when we use the internet, we have net neutrality, meaning that the internet is free and open. In 2015, the Federal Communication Commission was pressured …

  During the last election, I was an unabashed supporter of Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign for president, believing at the time that a bit of radicalism was necessary to give …

You don’t have to be queer to be inspired by the results of Nov. 7 elections and what they mean for LGBTQ people. In an era of malice and discrimination …

It has become evident that, of all the resources the University at Albany has to offer, feminine hygiene products aren’t included. While this may not be obvious to everyone, there …

Besides turkey, loved ones, and a big dinner, one of the first things that comes to mind about Thanksgiving is Pilgrims and Indians. As a kid, I remember making turkeys, …

Thanksgiving break is practically here, and for most of us students, that means making the long trek home to spend the holiday with our families. But that doesn’t apply to …

     Our society is based on a government formed by a social contract in which everyone must follow certain rules that are in the interest of the general will. …

     School spirit differs tremendously from high school to college, but the University at Albany seems to pride itself on school spirit. Our school even has a page dedicated …

       The University at Albany Student Association set a political event, Kneel with Kaepernick, on Nov. 13 to spread awareness on police brutality. Some may have an issue …

       The University at Albany Student Association claims to represent all students paying the activity fee. It “strives to include and accept a diverse community and is committed …