Student Life, Environmental Studies and Sciences

Campus Bird Buddies

Whether it’s to feed our feathered friends who stick around all year, or those who head back up north after migrating to warmer climes for the winter, Siena Saints are taking a page out of St. Francis’ book by becoming campus “bird buddies."
School of Liberal Arts, communications

Every Student Has a Story: Casey Church '24

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...
Service/Advocacy

Habitat for Annalyn

Five vans full of Siena students traveled to the Carolinas (one group to North and the other to South ) to participate in a week of homebuilding for Habitat.

We Stand with Ukraine

A Siena professor born and raised in Ukraine looks back at his homeland and postulates that Russia’s gamble of invading its democratic neighbor will help spell the end of totalitarianism in Europe.
School of Business, MBA

The Intern Journal: Morgan Stanley

Patrick Williams '21, G'22 was 10 years old watching the NCAA basketball tournament with his dad. They lived in Washington, D.C., but the Siena game was appointment television.

The Spices of Life

The Refugee Center in Albany helps to meet the essential needs of refugee families, but there's one non-essential need that Siena students were proud to deliver .
Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Madrid, Spain

Albany is closer to Cape Cod than Madrid is to the Mediterranean Sea. In other words, you don't travel to landlocked Madrid for its non-existent beaches. But then again, that's the beauty of a semester overseas, it can be anything you want it to be.