One of the enticing ensembles in early April's 3rd annual Fashion Trashion Show is displayed in the Campus Center. The show promotes environmental sustainability by challenging students and staff to emulate haute couture with reclaimed and recycled materials.
Movement for Musicians, a workshop placing an emphasis on the relationship between kinesthetic awareness and musicality, is part of a four-day residency by Dance Heginbotham that culminates in a performance tonight at the PAC.
Mara Bureau sprints past the New Hampshire defense during Saturday's game at John Fallon Field. Dakotah Savitcheff's goal with 18 seconds left sealed a 9-8 win and clinched a Great Dane birth in the America East Tournament.
UAlbany's Connor Fields attacks the Maryland defense in Wednesday's showdown between nationally ranked powers. The #5 Great Danes fell 12-11 to the #3 Terrapins. Fields finished with 3 goals and 5 assists.
Junior Riley Moriarty and senior Sean Johnson, above, are joined in the Student Success Center by freshmen Julia Ericksen, Yichen Hu, Emilly Gilot and Michael Drante in an afternoon of egg decoration in preparation for Easter activities.
Students at work in LC-20 on Wednesday in Great Danes, Dollars & $ense, UAlbany's financial literacy program that provides training for financial success. It includes workshops in personal budgeting, saving, credit, loans and identity theft.
Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence winners from 64 SUNY campuses, honored in a ceremony Wednesday in the Empire State Convention Center, included UAlbany's Mathew Boll, Caitlin Qingyang Briggs, David Bunn, Cassandra Edwards, Kayla James, Ermida Koduah, Akeela Makshood, Naomi McPeters, Stuti Misra and Aritra Saha.
The opening battle scene of the new rock musical REBEL/Sister is staged at dress rehearsal on Tuesday. The show opened Wednesday at the PAC and runs through April 5, presented by the Theatre Program and featuring a cast of 23 undergrads.
Junior Jessica Féquière battles between two defenders from reigning national champion UConn in Saturday's NCAA Women's Basketball first round game. Féquière scored 16, but the Huskies ran their historic winning streak to 108 by defeating the Great Danes at home 116-55.