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Less than a third of students cast a ballot in the Student Association’s fall election — a sharp decrease from last year’s election numbers. A total of 1,253 students cast …
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The UAlbany Spirit Squad’s budget has been cut in half for the 2018-2019 season, a decision affecting 40 cheerleaders and dancers, both male and female. Last year, the Spirit Squad …
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Five-time Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman, who captained the United States to victory in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic games, headlines the New York State Writers Institute Speaker Series …
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After capturing back-to-back America East conference championships in 2016 and 2017, the University at Albany’s men’s soccer team is far from satisfied. They have unfinished business. The goal is clear …
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Like Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler once said, the Great Danes are ‘back in the saddle again’. The Danes, who started their 2018 season off with two rough defeats, took care of …
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It can be argued that Field hockey at the University at Albany is the most under-appreciated sport on campus. The team that plays on vibrant Alumni Field, tucked away behind …
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Students and chaplains welcomed a new Interfaith Center this academic year with mixed reactions, as well as plans for the future. Over the summer, the IFC moved from its spacious …
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The man in charge of academic affairs at the University at Albany will step down from his role in January, a sudden change in leadership announced by the Office of …
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There are good first impressions, and then there’s the impression Dev Holmes made this past Saturday. Holmes, the University at Albany freshman wide receiver playing in his first game as …
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By Alec Ambruso After winning back to back America East conference championships in 2015 and 2016, the University at Albany women’s soccer team took a step back in 2017, falling …
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