Internships, Career and Internship Center, communications, School of Liberal Arts

The Intern Journal: Delta Air Lines

Lizzie interned in the corporate communications office for Delta, based out of Atlanta. She spent the summer in the city, but she never actually went into the city. She was too busy exploring the world.

Every Student Has a Story: Will Gibney '26

Living with a dog means living with ubiquitous clumps of fur (a vacuum's nemesis) and uncomfortably wet kisses. All that shedding and all that drooling – it's the scourge of dog ownership. But not in this story...
School of Science, Physics & Astronomy

A Great Escape from the Classroom

When you’re hurtling down the tracks of a roller coaster with the wind and your fellow passengers screaming in your ears, physics is probably not the first topic on your mind.
Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

Wines of the World

Winemaking is a science and an art, and students in the Wines of the World class pitched in at a local vineyard to find out just how much of both are involved.

New Name, New Location, Same Purpose

Siena professors are always up for helping their students, and even further support is available through the College’s Academic Success Center (ASC). The department has a new name and a new location, but they are keeping the same important goal: to work with Siena students to help them achieve their best.


It's no wonder Cory Klafehn '05 can easily manage huge teams of people, move millions of cartons a week, and make decisions that affect Target stores across the globe.

During his time at Siena, the Oneonta, NY native was b-u-s-y.

Five Reasons to Apply Early Action to College

Quick refresher on the types of college application deadlines you may come across in your college search: Early Decision (December 1 at Siena), Early Action (October 15 at Siena), Regular Decision (April 1 at Siena) So which one should you choose?

Still Leading the Way After 85 Years

St. Francis of Assisi was watching over Siena when it first opened its doors on September 22, 1937. The Franciscan spirit was palpable 85 years to the day later as faculty, staff, and administrators gathered to observe not only the College's birthday, but a new building and new guideposts to lead Siena
into the future.