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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.

Alondra Berroa on Friday was elected to represent over 13,000 undergraduate students on the University Council, a 12-member board which oversees campus operations. “Oh my God, I won by 715 …

There isn’t a short term fix expected to reduce tight parking on Alumni Quad. Student parking is at max capacity most weeknights, sometimes pushing students to move into street parking. …

For her, the daughter of undocumented Ecuadorian immigrants, a future beyond the University at Albany became foggier last week. Jhoanna Haro is one of an unclear number of UAlbany students …

Don’t know who or what you’re voting for in the fall undergraduate student elections? The Albany Student Press has you covered. When is the election? Wednesday at noon to Friday …

Long waits and pricing errors in the Campus Center cafeteria are a result of staffing changes with the west addition opening, University Auxiliary Services officials say. Last week, some waits …

Dylan Mattson thought he was driving into a student parking lot on his first day of class. He wasn’t. “Wait what?” Mattson, a junior accounting student, recounted thinking while looking …

Campus policing has grown too lax, jeopardizing public safety, a state law enforcement union has jabbed at University at Albany police chiefs and senior administration. Orders to avoid penalizing traffic …

Havidán Rodríguez, a Texas public higher education leader, will be the next University at Albany president. SUNY Board officials announced on Wednesday that Rodríguez, 58, will assume the presidency on Sep. 14. …

The space is not ideal, but the location is. That’s how Student Association President Jerlisa Fontaine described the organization’s new office expected to open come Monday in the Campus Center …

Throughout most of its history, hard hats were required in the Campus Center west addition. Things are different now. As of Monday, the uncompleted new wing was open to the …