Psychology, Health Professions

The Intern Journal: HealthyMe Living

Emily Pomeroy '21 is a member of the Siena lacrosse team. As an athlete, she's careful about what she eats, and she's concerned about the snacks children (and their parents) often settle for.

For Everyone Who Ever Felt Like Giving Up

Dale Taylor '02, M.S., assistant director of admissions, endured constant struggles early in life: a school shooting, his best friend's murder, school dropout as a teenager. These are the privileges that shaped his life.

Democracy from Up Close

Riley Smith '23 went to a polling location for the first time... and stayed for 17 hours.
Political Science, Academics, School of Liberal Arts

Healing Begins on Common Ground

Two U.S. Representatives from opposite sides of the aisle came together virtually on November 10 for a bipartisan panel discussion on racial justice and police reform.
Political Science, Academics

Putting Her on a Future Ballot

A career goal of bringing better educational resources to children in need led to a spot at a national conference on empowering young women to get involved in politics.
Biology, Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, School of Science

See What Saints Do: Hannah Hagearty '21

Ever heard of Light Emitting Diodes? Bet you have. LEDs. Hannah Hagearty '21 is working on a project that could lead to new LEDs.