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Chad Arnold

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Chad Arnold is a reporter for the Albany Student Press covering Student Association affairs. He is also an die-hard heavy metal fan.

A Student Association debate over a Board of Finance appointment Wednesday night highlighted a need for better senate training according to some within the organization. SA President Jerlisa Fontaine sought …

The Student Association’s comptroller has failed to provide written bi-weekly reports regarding internal expenditures – a violation of the organization’s bylaws. According to the job descriptions portion of SA’s bylaws, …

Students and faculty discussed shared experiences surrounding immigration and racial prejudice on Thursday during a panel discussion as part of the Conversations for Change series. Sponsored by Student Association’s Department …

A shift in spending oversight this past summer has led to the discovery of more than $600,000 in Student Association surplus funds – highlighting delays in the auditing process and …

Following a competitive election, voters chose Langie Cadesca and Nicolas Pepe by a narrow margin to lead the organization for the 2018-19 academic year. The Cadesca/Pepe ticket beat the #UAlbanyUnited …

This year’s battle for Student Association president has seen an increase in bribery complaints from last year. Elections Commission Chair Danielle Haft did not indicate an exact number of complaints. …

In their first meeting in nearly a month, Student Association senate jump-started its legislative agenda with a debate surrounding by-laws and viewpoint neutrality, culminating in a vote to override President …

Campaign season will continue for one more week as the highest voter turnout in the last six years was not enough to determine a winner in the race to be …

Documents show Student Association leadership spent $500 on Uber rides while attending a weekend conference in New Orleans during Mardi Gras. The documents show a total of 12 Uber receipts …

The race to be the next Student Association president is down to three. Alejandro Gonzalez and MikaElla Rectin-Hernandez formally ended their campaign to be the 2018-19 SA president and vice …