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    If hearing “ladies and gentlemen” offends you, you’re probably a college student.     The concept of political correctness is oppressive in nature. People deem certain words PC (politically correct) …

     A new poll came out that raises questions about the campus free speech debate. Conducted by Gallup, the poll interviewed 3,000 students and asked them whether protecting free …

    The University at Albany has been accused by the Police Benevolent Association, the union representing state university police officers, for failing to disclose information related to campus crimes …

     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 …

     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: …

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 …

     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 …

By Troy Farkas 4/5/16   The University at Albany Athletic Department will not offer women’s tennis beyond the 2016 spring season. The announcement, made last week by Athletic Director Mark …

By Madeline St. Amour  Kassie Parisi, Russell Oliver and Brittany Gregory contributed to this report 2/1/2016   Hundreds of people gathered around the small fountain at the University at Albany …

By Russell J. Oliver 1/26/16 The winter can be a very dull and cold time of year, especially in areas with such unpredictable weather patterns like New York. With months …