UAlbany Students Celebrate Diversity at Third Annual Cultural Connections Festival
The event transformed the Campus Center Great Hall into a hub for cultural appreciation and expression.
Indigenous Students Honor National Native American Heritage Month
National Native American Heritage Month is celebrated every November in the United States. The commemoration officially began in 1990 when Congress passed a joint resolution designating the month as a time to celebrate and educate people on the history, culture and contributions of Indigenous peoples in America.
Basketball Teams Debut as Winter Sports Heat Up
The men's and women's basketball teams ready for their first games in the newly refurbished Broadview Center, indoor track preparations begin and UAlbany's football team vies for a piece of the Colonial Athletic Conference regular season title as the winter sports season gets underway.
CEHC Hosts Annual Lego Challenge for Elementary Students
The free event was open to children ages 6 to 10 in the Capital Region, with support from faculty, staff and students in the CEHC community.
UAlbany Spotlights Senior Faculty for Research, Creative Arts and Scholarship
As part of Research and Entrepreneurship week, the University at Albany hosted a senior faculty recognition ceremony on Oct. 17.
UAlbany Performing Arts Center Matinees Give High School Students Taste of Campus Life
Over the course of this academic year, the Performing Arts Center at UAlbany estimates it will bring approximately 3,500 high school students to campus for matinee performances and a taste of college life.
Rockefeller College Student Shares Personal Story of Advocating for New York Medical Aid in Dying Act
Choosing how you die is one of the most personal decisions a person can make. Ari Klein, a junior at UAlbany, knows this after losing his grandfather to terminal cancer in 2021.