If the weather is clear, you can see almost all of London from the top of the London Eye observation wheel. Alyssa Guzman '21 (above, right) couldn't have known it at the time, but she could see all the way to her future.
Sophia Tavantzis '22 studied whales in her marine biology class, and then she went searching for them. Her class took a whale safari boat tour off the east coast of Denmark, and Sophia spotted several porpoises. It's one of the perks of studying abroad in Copenhagen.
The Capital Region has a direct connection to the Underground Railroad that was nearly lost to time. What does it look like? When Fr. Ken couldn't take his students there, he brought the railroad to campus.
Rose Wilson ’21 liked her First Year Seminar professor so much that when she saw an elective she was offering during Wilson’s last semester at Siena, she jumped at the chance to take it even though it wasn’t related to her major. Her class project led to an interesting discovery about her family.
As you can probably imagine, you're in for a lot of late nights at college. Hanging out with your friends, staying in to write a paper, studying with your roommates for tomorrow's test—you'll be doing a lot of all that.