Casey Church '24 is often asked, "What is it like?" He typically answers with one of two analogies: it's like racing a trashcan down a mile of ice or, if you'd prefer, it's like steering a rollercoaster at speeds eclipsing 90 miles an hour. Of course, there's only one way to really find out...
The textiles are woven in earth and jewel tones forming geometric patterns, processions of nobles and elites, and nature motifs. They were crafted by ancient peoples in what is now modern-day Peru and are hundreds if not a thousand years old. Arrangements have now been made to return them to their rightful home.
If you’re thinking about attending college in Upstate New York, social media is the best way (aside from visiting) to get familiar with the area and learn about what New York is known for besides New York City.
Upstate is unique in its own way—from the capital buildings to the Adirondack Mountains, it's honestly an awesome place to study, intern, and have the time of your life in college.
Amir Taylor ’22 emceed the April 28 Unity Day event at Nigro Plaza that featured contributions from students to observe Juneteenth and demonstrate Siena’s commitment to strengthening the bonds of racial justice.
Ryan Piser '22 assumed he had done something wrong when his professor, Soyoung Joo, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing, uttered the dreaded, "See me after class." Turns out, he had done nothing wrong at all. He was just unusually specific.
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Alexander spent the spring semester studying in London. The management major took 15 credits while juggling a 20-hour per week internship, and he always managed to get where he needed to be on time using the Tube.
Elham Malik '22 and her first grade friends from many years ago will all be graduating this year, just not together. Her former classmates will be earning their high school diplomas; Elham may just be the youngest Siena graduate in College history.
Rachel Bryk '22 changed her major three times, dropped out of college, took up landscaping, then found her calling and her way home to Siena. The walk across the graduation stage is the same distance for every student, but no student's journey to the stage has ever been like this.
Martin Luther King III spoke May 3 at the UHY Center on “Strengthening the Bonds of Racial Justice,” which echoed Siena’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. He was also awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters. It was the College’s 35th annual Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King Lecture.
Hotspotting is a health care method aimed at reducing costs while improving patient health and experience. It works by identifying “super-utilizers” (those with frequent hospital visits or admissions), and provides hands-on, individualized interventions for patients with complex social and health care needs.