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On Jan. 3, 2017, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced his plan for the Tuition-Free Degree Program at Queen’s LaGuardia Community College. Standing confidently at the podium, he shouted to a roaring …

Even students who qualify for the Excelsior Scholarship could be forking out additional tuition money this year. A tuition increase of $200 follows from a SUNY Board of Trustees vote …

Ten University at Albany students were awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. The Chancellor’s Award, noted as the highest award within the State University of New York’s system, was …

The student activity fee cannot be adjusted for next semester, Student Association senate leaders learned after talks with university officials throughout the past week. Hopes to lift funding worries early …

Full-time students will pay $10 more for next semester after the Student Association senate — in a decision met with praise, scorn, and confusion — raised the three-year steady student …

By Stefan Lembo-Stolba 4/12/16 The life-saving overdose antidote naloxone is becoming more available throughout New York, including on SUNY campuses, through programs that help safety officials, students and others combat …

By Madeline St. Amour 1/26/16 If you’ve watched TV since being back on campus, you might have noticed a familiar face on the screen. Rebekah Tolley, a fine arts professor …

Kevin Mercado: November 17, 2015   Let’s talk about race. At face value, it’s only a social construct. We created it. Now in the case of the SUNY Plattsburgh “racist” …

Meghan Mahar: November 17, 2015   Last week, controversy surrounded SUNY Plattsburgh concerning the image on the front page of its school’s paper, Cardinal Points. The story, with the headline …

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 …