Walking (and Skating) with a Purpose

If you wondered why you saw a thousand people in purple walking the campus while you were headed to breakfast on October 21 (above), it’s all part of the College’s commitment to supporting important causes in the wider community.
School of Science, Environmental Studies and Sciences

Snapping Pictures to Protect the Wildlife

A porcupine lumbers through the brush, looking like an uninspired employee headed for the start of his shift. A hungry fox slinks about, looking for a tasty dinner of mouse or chipmunk. Curious deer stare right into the…camera lens?
Internships, Career and Internship Center

The Intern Journal: Albany Diocesan Cemeteries

Wyatt Cleinman '24 has been to more funerals in the past two months than in the past two decades. The frequent cemetery visits have provided him with a new outlook on grief... and marketing.
Management, School of Business

Saints Around the World: London, England

Allie Croce '23 has never met Jessica Salmon, Ph.D., associate professor of management, in person, but a brief note from the professor changed Allie's year and maybe her professional trajectory.

Franciscan Hearts Seek Justice

They were already passionate about making positive change in the world. After attending a national Franciscan conference on developing leadership skills to advocate for peace and justice, they are now even more inspired.