English, School of Liberal Arts

Beatboxing is Equal Parts Beats and Boxing

Todd Snyder, Ph.D., associate professor of rhetoric and writing, is out with his third book Beatboxing: How Hip-Hop Changed the Fight Game, which explores the connection between hip-hop and the “sweet science.”

How Students Become Better People at Siena

As you're deciding between where to apply or where to enroll, you're no doubt comparing facts like graduation rates, average salaries of recent alumni, examples of employers and so on.
But there's another factor we hope you'll also consider:
Do the colleges you're interested in produce not just successful professionals, but good people as well?

6 Things Every College Student Says BEFORE Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just around the corner!

For college students, that means a brief respite from studying to enjoy some family time, lots of food, and perhaps a Turkey Trot. (Or napping, that’s totally fine, too.)

The Intern Journal: Vibrant Brands

Shannon Bergin '22 doesn't have a car. Typically, that's not a problem, but it became a burden when she started looking for internships.
Center for International Programs, School of Science

Saints Around the World: Uganda

Golden is studying wildlife conservation and political ecology in Uganda. He's learning about different strategies to conserve endangered wildlife, and through an independent study, he's exploring ways to implement new conservation tactics.
Damietta Cross-Cultural Center

A Damietta Center Redesign

A major reno for the Damietta Cross-Cultural Center is making for a more welcoming space for diverse students and their allies.

Every Student Has a Story: Mathis Tremblay '25

Tremblay grew up in Montreal playing hockey. Replace the name and the city - and Tremblay says that's a sentence that could just as easily be applied to a large majority of Canadian youth.

Through Tears and Smiles, Remembering Dominic Paglia

Dominic Paglia died unexpectedly on October 24. According to friends, he lived with a purpose to brighten the world through laughter. The echoes of that laughter have lifted his friends and family through their grief.