SUNY Kicks Off Smart Track Campaign to Ease Loan Defaults
State University of New York chancellor Nancy Zimpher and the SUNY board of trustees announced on Tuesday the SUNY Smart Track campaign to combat student debt throughout New York and set a national model as college students across the country are taking on more loan debt than ever before.
Schneiderman Issues Tips to Avoid Texting Scams Following Game Theory Settlement
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Saturday announced a settlement with Game Theory, a mobile-content corporation based in San Jose, Calif., following an investigation that revealed the company was sending spam text messages to New Yorkers and then tricking them into signing up for texting …
New Yorkers Put Trust in Governor Cuomo
According to a poll released on Wednesday, New York voters want Governor Andrew Cuomo not legislators to clean up legislative corruption in New York State.
Schumer Cracks Down on Youth Football Concussions with New Legislation Efforts
U.S. senator Charles Schumer was joined by local high school football players, coaches and medical professionals in Rochester earlier this week as he launched his push for legislation to improve high school and youth football helmet safety standards, to help cut down on concussions.
Syracuse University Wins Mayor’s Cup in Oneonta
Syracuse University won the 2012 Mayor’s Cup with two impressive wins and a total of nine goals scored. Syracuse beat St. Bonaventure, 5-0, to secure the title on Sunday. The Orange did not give up a goal in the tournament.