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Tyler A. McNeil

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Tyler A. McNeil is the current managing editor for the Albany Student Press. The Capital Region native previously served as managing editor for The Hudsonian, and as an intern for the Times Union and Capital Tonight.

May 14, 2010, two days after University at Albany graduation: The last number Neil Roche performed in a packed Ontario St. apartment referenced food service-induced diarrhea, smoking marijuana at Collins …

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 …

Unlike last semester, Phi Alpha Delta members aren’t bearing their Greek letters at the University at Albany. UAlbany’s PAD chapter — a co-ed pre-law fraternity with a historically heavy presence …

Minds were already set to pass conference oversight reform before last week’s senate meeting, Student Association President Jerlisa Fontaine claimed. Legislation to prohibit SA officials from touching conference funds without …

President Havidán Rodríguez ended a long-winded comment about the University at Albany’s research standing with three rhetorical questions. “Can we do better? We can always do better.” “Should we do …

The University at Albany remains uncertain how its partnership with a Pines Hills food pantry would work under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s ask to combat hunger on state campuses. All SUNY …

One seventh of Student Association senate voting power is up for grabs Wednesday. Here’s what you should know: WHAT IS THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION SENATE? SA senators vote on funding student …

Campus chaplains wanted to ask the University at Albany Foundation to scrap Interfaith Center plans. But they learned Friday when informed by the Albany Student Press, that’s not up to …

A growing STEM college would have enough banked to eventually open doors in Downtown Albany should the state fork over $20 million this upcoming budget cycle. University at Albany officials …

Social justice wasn’t mentioned in the University at Albany’s last strategic plan seven years ago. In a recently released draft for the next plan, social justice and sustainability are listed …