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A Student Association alumnus’ call to rename Julie’s Lodge after a 9/11 first responder carries little weight for the Dippikill board chair. Casey Crandall, chair, rejects former senator Conner Dunleavy’s …

Eight percent of voting power in the Student Association senate will change early next semester.   Nearly a handful of seats are expected to be up for grabs in a …

The Student Association debated a $100 appropriations bill for over 15 minutes on Wednesday. The bill, which previously passed the appropriations committee by a margin of 5-1 with three abstentions, …

Few students unaffiliated with the Student Association, Graduate Student Association, or SUNY Student Assembly showed up at a rally in support of state legislation which would separate tuition dollars from …

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, the office of Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the repeal of Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA), a federal government created by the Barack Obama Administration …

Alondra Berroa on Friday was elected to represent over 13,000 undergraduate students on the University Council, a 12-member board which oversees campus operations. “Oh my God, I won by 715 …

Don’t know who or what you’re voting for in the fall undergraduate student elections? The Albany Student Press has you covered. When is the election? Wednesday at noon to Friday …

Dylan Mattson thought he was driving into a student parking lot on his first day of class. He wasn’t. “Wait what?” Mattson, a junior accounting student, recounted thinking while looking …

Student Association President Jerlisa Fontaine earlier this month closed a long-mulled decision to expand the Camp Dippikill wilderness retreat for the first time in decades. Acquisition of the property had been considered to prevent other potential …

Jerlisa Fontaine broke down in tears around a huddle of her supporters watching a historic Student Association presidential race unfold. It was a landslide victory. Fontaine, running with Madeeha Khan, …