Celebrating LGBT history month, National Coming Out Day and the Student Association Gender & Sexuality Concerns Coming OUT Reception, Courtney D’Allaird ( Coordinator Gender and Sexuality Resource Center and UAlbany grad ‘09), and Deidre Dumpson (UAlbany senior and Director of SA Gender and Sexuality Concerns) pause below the Rainbow Flag hung for the first time in front of the Campus Center. The flag will be displayed there through October 24th.
Students Amanda Moffitt and Shannon Tierney from Melissa Thorne’s Intermediate Drawing class meet with exhibiting artists Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley during their 2-day residency at the University Art Museum.
Members of the new student group Grow Green build a new garden behind Indian Quad. Students designed, planned, and coordinated the project with academics and other groups on campus and are reaching even farther out into the community to create partnerships with organizations like Capital District Community Gardens.The garden will be an important first step towards the goal of growing fresh, healthy food right on campus.
NY Senator Kirstin Gillibrand poses with UAlbany students, Marc Cohen (Vice President of UAlbany’s Student Association), Rose Avellino, Christina Mamone, Raymond Webb, Jr. at her recent visit to the University at Albany sponsored by the New York State Writers Institute to speak and promote her new book.
UAlbany quarterback Will Fiacchi breaks a tackle as he looks downfield for a receiver during Saturday night's game with Columbia at Bob Ford Field. Fiacchi threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another in the Great Danes' 42-7 victory. UAlbany, ranked #24 in the The Sports Network Top 25 Poll, improved their record to 4-0 with the win.
Up to 85 businesses, non-profits, and government agencies participated in a career fair held at the SEFCU Arena. The event, sponsored by Delta Sigma Pi, was open to matriculated UAlbany students and alumni.
UAlbany senior Sarah Pelletier pens a sentiment on the Freedom of Speech Wall in front of the Campus Center. The activity, sponsored by Rockefeller College Dean's Leadership Council in celebration of Constitution Week and the expression of free speech, is set up today and again on Thursday for student/staff/faculty participation.
UAlbany fans show their spirit during Saturday's football game vs Holy Cross. The Great Danes staged a come from behind 14-13 victory over the Crusaders, the inaugural game of new Head Coach Greg Gattuso's tenure. It was the first victory for UAlbany Football at Bob Ford Field.