Minerva Weekly Wrap Up, April 9, 2018

Good Morning,

Minerva Daily —University at Albany gains $22 million in capital funds. up $6.7 million from last year. UAlbany failed to get $20 million earmarked for the Schuyler Building.

Daily Gazette — No. 1 UAlbany lacrosse was dominated against UMBC, 11-7 on Friday.

Albany Student Press — Office space: former librarian offices in the University Library have been converted into study nooks.

WNYT — Mary Lyall, the mother of Suzanne Lyall, a UAlbany student who went missing 20 years ago, was honored with a Senate Liberty Medal from state Sen. Jim Tedisco. Mary and her now-dead husband Doug helped found the Center for Hope.

PRWEB — Reg Harnish of Greycastle Security was appointed to the university’s Cybersecurity Board.

Minerva Daily — Student Association leaders forgot about a $600,000 surplus for nine months. Promised a chunk of the surplus months ago, programming director Joey Fambrini believed he had enough funding for both Fallapollooza and Parkfest. With eroded funds, the Board of Finance made an emergency line transfer to boost the department.

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