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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 …

By Russell Oliver: 11/10/15   The University at Albany’s School of Social Welfare is collaborating with the newly formed HEARTS (Healthy Environments And Relationships That Support) Initiative to increase research …

By Kevin Mercado Opinions Editor opinions.asp@gmail.com April 28, 2015 What is Autism? “Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a range of complex neurodevelopment disorders, characterized by social impairments, communication difficulties, and …

By Madeline St. Amour Asst. News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com Feb 3, 2015    STEPS 2.0 is a student health program currently in development at the Counseling Center at the University at …

By Kyle Plaske Senior Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com Nov 11, 2014    South End residents are subject to an increased risk of developing cancer and other health problems resulting from prolonged …

By Janie Frank News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com    The Advocacy Center for Sexual Violence at the University at Albany is a resource available to students as of this year.    The …

By Madeline St. Amour Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com On Oct. 2, the University at Albany was one of 56 schools that signed up to be a part of the Jed & …

By Madeline St. Amour Staff writer theaspnews@gmail.com    New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has provided funds for several SUNY schools to get naloxone kits and train their campus …

By Jessica Zysberg Contributing writer theaspnews@gmail.com    In today’s society, students deal with various struggles such as depression or suicidal thoughts on their own and often feel alone. But the …

By Kyle Plaske Staff writer theaspnews@gmail.com   A committee of University at Albany officials is continuing to monitor the Ebola outbreak raging through West Africa, despite the comparatively low risk the …