ALBANY, N.Y. (October 20, 2011) -- More than 7,000 people of all ages from the campus and regional communities enjoyed a bountiful harvest of fun, foods, faculty authors and festivities at the third annual UAlbany fall festival – this year dubbed "Fallbany" – on Saturday, October 15.
Current students and alumni mixed with local families and football fans – the Great Danes topped Robert Morris 28-17 to take first place in the Northeast Conference – to observe or take part in sheepherding, a farmer's market, Great Dane adoptions, student song and dance performances, science demonstrations, a tailgating party, and much more.
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