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Every date has it. That awkward moment when the bill is placed squarely down on the table. Sometimes the waiter assumes and places it slightly more within reach of the …

Last month on my way back to my dorm, I saw six to 10 students sitting in a circle, doing stretches. I wondered what exercise they could be doing, after …

Everywhere I look on the University at Albany campus there are Vans on people’s feet. The freshman walking to English class with her black and white Checkerboard slip-ons, the senior …
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If you have been scrolling through Instagram lately, it’s likely you’ve heard of the account that is capturing the true culture of being a University at Albany student. Started a …

22-year-old Japanese international student Haruka Hamamoto was enthusiastic about getting to share her political and social views with students at UAlbany, but soon encountered great difficulty connecting with non-international students. …

2/16/16 By MILO VOTAVA Isaac Chueke, professional Brazilian conductor, came to the University at Albany on Wednesday, Feb. 10 to host a talk about the history and importance of Brazilian …

By Kayla Popuchet 1/26/16 With the ever-growing Islamophobia spewing from the mouths of everyone from right-wing politicians down to citizens, World Hijab Day is much more than a celebration of …

By Elena Pollack December 8, 2015 Hillel and Shabbos House hosted Shabbat 360 to bring the Jewish community on campus together and to welcome in the non-Jewish community on Friday, …

By Francesca Mcguire: 11/10/15   Beny Poy, a junior from the Bronx, N.Y., is used to making an impact on the University at Albany campus. He’s a Resident Assistant and …