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By Rose Schneider Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com April 21, 2015    A University at Albany professor is developing means of smaller, more portable air pollution monitors.    James Schwab, of the …

By Jessica Zysberg Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com April 21, 2015    The original idea for the Open Source Festival at the University at Albany began five years ago, when no one …

By Connor Murphy Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com April 21, 2015 #FightFor15    On Tax Day, April 15, more than 100 low-wage workers rallied as part of a statewide movement to increase …

By Madeline St. Amour Associate News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com April 21, 2015    There’s one club on campus that helps dozens of students a month and asks for nothing in return. …

By Kassie Parisi Managing Editor production.asp@gmail.com April 14, 2015    The University at Albany community came together on Thursday, April 9 during the March for Justice. The event was a …

By Connor Murphy Staff Writer theaspnews@gmail.com April 1, 2015      It’s a noble work in progress.    So says University at Albany Professor David Hochfelder of the “98 Acres …

By Kassie Parisi & Madeline St. Amour Managing Editor & Assoc. News Editor March 31, 2015 *A previous version of this article stated that certain parts of the internal Student …

By Janie Frank Associate News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com March 31, 2015 Essayist Kent Russell visited the University at Albany in order to speak about his new book, “I Am Sorry to …

By Analucia Zepeda Contributing Writer theaspnews@gmail.com March 31, 2015 In 2008, three University at Albany students came together with an idea for a club. As business majors and members of …

By Madeline St. Amour News Editor theaspnews@gmail.com March 10, 2015    The University at Albany formed a committee this semester dedicated to investigating and studying contingency. James Stellar, Senior Vice …