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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 reported grand larceny involving several thousand dollars missing from Student Association has raised more questions than answers this week as leaders within the organization say they know nothing of …

Following a string of resignations and impeachments last semester, the Student Association senate is seeking to add new life to its ranks while preparing to lose many of its senior …

A vote to remove two Student Association senators from power following a string of unexcused absences raised questions of professionalism for some SA members, while revealing potential issues in how …

The Student Association settled a weeks-long debate on Wednesday, passing legislation that bars student groups from requesting appropriation money for gifts. The new legislation, which updates SA’s current finance regulating …

Concerns over campus safety led the Student Association senate to call on University at Albany officials to repair and better maintain emergency blue-light telephones across campus in an unanimously passed …

Robust laughter and insightful dialogue filled the Huxley Theater on Thursday as the New York State Writers Institute played host to iconic cartoonists Roz Chast and Robert Mankoff of The …

The Student Association senate passed new guidelines Wednesday for investigating ethical complaints leveled against members, sparking concerns over the organization’s autonomy from the Office of Student Involvement among several senators. …

With less than a year until graduation, Rey Muniz III left his role as chief of staff for the SUNY Student Assembly for a new project: the New York Institute …

For the second time in two weeks, Student Association’s legislative agenda was bogged down by a debate surrounding an appropriations bill, paving the way for a rule change in how …

The Student Association debated a $100 appropriations bill for over 15 minutes on Wednesday. The bill, which previously passed the appropriations committee by a margin of 5-1 with three abstentions, …