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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.

The University at Albany’s Student Association is on the hunt for its next head of finance after senior comptroller, Robert Warshauer, made a sudden exit from office. As Nikash Nanavaty, …

  University Auxiliary Services Director Stephen Pearse anticipates that a new meal plan could bring students to dine in the Campus Center if approved come December. Under the plan, up …

Awaiting trial for corruption charges, Alain Kaloyeros, former University at Albany Vice President and CEO of the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, resigned from his post as SUNY Polytechnic …

Despite operating in a temporary storage space since 2014, the University at Albany’s Graduate Student Association expects to face continued challenges while seeking a new home as the university remains …

Temporary compensation changes for the University at Albany’s students working for Residential Life has had a mixed reception among resident assistants across campus living areas. For over a month, resident …

Recently minted Interim President, James Stellar, discussed topics ranging from the future of the University at Albany to the challenges ahead for higher education in a one-on-one interview last week. …

Anton Andriyanov walks to class twice a week on ground that he once dreamed of stepping on 18 years ago. Inspired by his uncle, at 10 years old Andriyanov started …

Competition reached new heights off campus in the Student Association election. Student housing outside of university property drew in SA campaigning for the first time. Aspen Heights, 277-bedroom private student …

Last week’s Student Association election was one of the largest fall competitions in recent University at Albany history. From Wednesday to Friday, 117 candidates (excluding write-in candidates) competed for SA …

Most student groups in the Campus Center will lose their offices next year as part of an effort to fit more organizations into the building’s West Addition expansion. “There’s a …