The "Olympics" of Irish Dance

Legend has it that Irish dancing developed its unique, straight-arm style over the centuries as a way for its practitioners to hide from prying (British) eyes peering through a window or over a fence to catch them carrying on an important part of Irish culture.
Kelly O'Donnell

Pawket vet wins the capital cup

Meghan Brewer ’22 and her Pawket Vet app lets pet owners check in virtually with a vet to see if an in-office visit is needed, or if the necessary treatment can be obtained over the counter, or with time and TLC. She won the Capital District regional semifinals of the New York Business Plan Competition on March 25 at the University at Albany.
School of Science, Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy

A Festival of Data

DataFest, sponsored annually by the American Statistical Association (ASA), is a celebration of data in which teams of undergrads work around the clock to find and share meaning in a large, rich, and complex data set. This year, Siena joined the party.
Student Presidential Leadership Council

A Lesson in Fine Dining

Lots of silverware. Lots of questions. How you proceed can have a big impact on how you’re perceived as a business professional. To help Siena students navigate those waters, the College’s newly formed Student Presidential Leadership Council (SPLC) hosted is first-ever event, an “etiquette dinner” held March 31 in The Norm.
School of Liberal Arts, Political Science, Psychology, Finance, School of Business, History

Siena in the News: March 2022

A monthly media roundup for the Siena community.
Internships, Career and Internship Center, communications

The Intern Journal: Marketing Choices

Most students learn about professional work through internships. Ifrah Mohammed '22 unintentionally turned the process inside out.
Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

Can't Pay? Won't Pay!

A timely comedy about inflation and workers’ rights is next up for Siena’s Stage III.
Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Cork, Ireland

Maggie O'Reilly '23 figured she would fit right in. Originally, she was nervous about studying abroad, though Cork, Ireland seemed to be the least intimidating destination. Afterall, she has family in Ireland and her ancestors (the O'Reilly clan) were once the kings of County Cavan, just outside of Dublin.