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Meet Our Newest Intern, Anissa Williams

Hi Everyone! My name is Anissa Williams and I am currently a senior at the University at Albany, majoring in Communications with a minor in Public Health. I am originally from Queens, NY, traveling to Albany my freshman year to broaden my horizons and get the full university experience. My journey at a SUNY university […]


The Growth of Open Educational Resources Will Continue to Provide Textbook Savings to Students

For college students, textbooks have always accounted for a portion of the average students’ debt. Students spend an average of $150 per course and an estimate of over $1000 a year on books and materials. With this in mind, seeing how many students are burdened by this is no surprise. To combat this ongoing issue, […]


8 Tips for a Great Spring Semester

SUNY students across New York State have kicked off their spring semester. The excitement from the new year (and the new decade!) are even more amplified now with new classmates, courses, professors, and events. As you embark on this new journey, we are here to provide advice on how to make the most of this […]


Seeking Solutions to Alzheimer’s Disease Through Focused Research

There is currently no known cure for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), the most common form of dementia. This malady causes sufferers to endure increasingly debilitating cognitive and behavioral problems, eventually reaching the stage where patients can no longer recognize familiar faces or accomplish simple daily tasks. AD is the sixth leading cause of death in the […]


How to Combat The Winter Blues

While students are home for winter break, their time is usually filled with holiday parties, hanging out with friends, and downtime to recharge before the Spring semester begins. When transitioning back to school, getting back into the swing of things with coursework and developing a routine can be challenging. These changes can be even more […]