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Tyler A. McNeil

Tyler A. McNeil

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.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday vetoed legislation supported by several University at Albany groups which would require the state to pick up all costs at SUNY and CUNY campuses. Cuomo …

Student Association Senate Chair Jarrett Altilio won’t consider exiting the senate early if certain the legislative branch would be left “weaker” by result. He has mulled over leaving senate. Working …

The number of group study spaces to remain on the second floor of Science Library after renovation hasn’t been fleshed out. With advisement services slated to move into the area …

A Student Association alumnus’ call to rename Julie’s Lodge after a 9/11 first responder carries little weight for the Dippikill board chair. Casey Crandall, chair, rejects former senator Conner Dunleavy’s …

Eight percent of voting power in the Student Association senate will change early next semester.   Nearly a handful of seats are expected to be up for grabs in a …

One University at Albany student has picked up mumps, an infection known for causing severe swelling. The case was confirmed on Wednesday by the Albany County Health Department. Since then, …

The status of a decades-old provision restricting owners from repurposing Interfaith Center property is unclear, leaving some vigilant over the building’s future. An unsigned document recently passed down to interfaith …

University at Albany ID cards were replaced nearly 4,500 times within the first eight months of this year. Of over 11,000 cards printed within this time, 44 percent were replacements, …

Andrew Kennedy, president for the Center of Economic Growth, believes the University at Albany would experience an uptick in out-of-area students along with greater alumni numbers in the region should …

Bullets pierced an area Souhimbou Doh Kone’s father often went to pray. He remembers that experience from over a decade ago in Ivory Coast, his home nation. Growing up in …