A Siena Saints Guide to Racism and Privilege

Fr. Dan Horan, O.F.M., a prolific writer and podcaster who serves on the faculty of St. Mary’s College in Indiana, Dan held a full slate of discussions with the Siena community on November 3 to explore the concept of white privilege, not to induce guilt, he said, but to encourage action and advocacy.

The Underdog Heads to Nationals

It’s known as the varsity sport of the U.S. Army ROTC, and a Siena-led cohort just earned a spot at its national competition.
In the News, Creative Arts, Psychology, English

Siena In the News: October 2021

Check out where Siena has been highlighted around the world during October 2021.
Admissions

FROM SIENA TO THE CENTER FOR INTERNET SECURITY: Q&A WITH SIENA ALUM KELLY LYNCH WYLAND ‘95

Chances are, you already know the person in this month’s Siena alum Q&A.

You’ve probably seen her broadcasting the news on WNYT NewsChannel 13, or you definitely heard over the radio on “Chuck and Kelly” in the morning.

She’s the amazingly talented Kelly Lynch Wyland, a Siena grad from Clifton Park with a major in English—and the perfect example of how careers these days can take unexpected twists and turns, and how Saints are always prepared for exactly that.
History, School of Liberal Arts, The McCormick Center for the Study of the American Revolution

Living in the Past

Kieran O'Keefe, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor of history, used to frighten the children every time he pulled out his surgical kit and prepared to amputate a limb.
Internships, Career and Internship Center

The Intern Journal: AGVideo

Nicholas Gross '23 was being flown to Ohio, but his exact destination was a secret. It was the height of the pandemic, and the dirt bike event organizers decided to host their event, but without fans. And because dirt bike legends would be in attendance, organizers feared that fans would show up anyway. So instead, it was essential personnel only. That included Gross.
Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Geneva

Translated from German, Interlaken means 'between lakes.' As the name suggests, Interlaken, Switzerland is nestled between two lakes, Brienz to the east and Thun to the west, and alongside the river Aare which flows between them. Interlaken is all of 1.7 square miles, and to Natalie Youseff '23, it's heaven on earth.

A Celebration of Fr. Dennis

In 1976, one year after graduating from Siena with a bachelor's degree in French and a minor in philosophy, Fr. Dennis Tamburello '75, Of.M., professor of religious studies, headed to novitiate at St. Francis Friary in Brookline, Mass. where he professed his first vows. Forty-five years later...