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A Toast to the Class of 2018

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

As Senior Week rolled into Commencement Weekend, the Annual Champagne Toast Reception symbolized the transition from student to alumni life for those Siena College seniors who were about to graduate.


Siena Commencement 2018

Monday, May 14, 2018

Siena College held its 78th Commencement ceremony at Albany's Times Union Center on Sunday, May 13.


90% Agree: Current Opioid Crisis Worse than Previous Crises

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Part IV of Four-Part Siena College Poll: What Do We Believe? What Do We Support?
Conducted as part of the Prescription for Progress*

90% Agree: Current Opioid Crisis Worse than Previous Crises

Most Say Addiction a Disease, Abuse a Sign of Untreated Mental Health Problems & Drug Companies Must be Held Responsible

Public Supports Prescription Monitoring, Punishing MD’s that Over-Prescribe, Needle Exchange Programs, Improving Access to Meds like Methadone; Oppose Supervised Injection Sites


Math Predicts Marital Success

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Haskell first analyzed the work of the world-famous Gottman Institute, which studies marital stability and relationship analysis through scientific observations. The lessons derived from this work have guided couples counseling for many years. Mathematics


Only 24% of NY’ers Get 8 or More Hours of Sleep; Nearly Half - 6 or Less

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Only 24% of NY’ers Get 8 or More Hours of Sleep; Nearly Half - 6 or Less
42% Drink Coffee Everyday; Over Half Check into the Digital World within 1st Waking Hour; 75% Check E-mail, Texts, Social Media Every Day
Laughing Out Loud, Thinking About Money & Doing Something Nice for Others are
Part of Daily Habits for At Least 6 in 10 New Yorkers