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By DIEGO CAGARA 4/5/16 Illuminated smartphones and cameras were held up by frenzied tweens and teenagers who were eagerly waiting for the Canadian singer and songwriter to come onstage. It …

By AMANDA CASE 3/1/16 Pop star Kesha Rose Serbert, formerly known as Ke$ha, 28, has been fighting for her freedom after claiming that her producer at Sony Music, Dr. Luke …

By AMBER SPENCER-KNOWLES 3/8/16 Every spring, the University at Albany’s Black Theater Productions presents a play that catches your attention from the plotline to the characters, all the way down …

By ELI ENIS 3/8/16 They waded through the dense crowd of chattering twenty-somethings, stepped up onto the stage, and picked up their respective instruments. One of them sipped from a …

By HANNAH BRIGADA INFANTADO 3/8/16 To conclude Black History month, the University at Albany hosted the Grammy award-winning musical ensemble, Sounds of Blackness, at Page Hall at the Downtown Campus …

By KEVIN MERCADO 3/8/16 The University at Albany Department of Music and Theatre’s spring production, “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” wanted to be both educational and offensive. It managed to accomplish …

By KARISHMA PERSAUD 2/23/16 Many college students worry about where they may end up post-graduation. In the everyday hectic life of a college student, there are constant worries of how …

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 …

2/16/16 By AMANDA CASE Chris Martin and his band Coldplay headlined the 2016 Super Bowl Halftime Show, held at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 7, in Santa Clara, California. The …

2/16/16 By AIDEN BEAN Australian rock group Hands Like Houses has never been one to stray away from a challenge. Their past two releases, “Ground Dweller” (2012) and “Unimagine” (2013), …