School of Liberal Arts, Philosophy

Giving Thanks, to Supernatural Entities

With Thanksgiving on the horizon, our thoughts may be turning as they do each time this year to gratitude. For Tony Manela, Ph.D., assistant professor of philosophy, that subject forms the basis of his academic research.
HEOP, health studies

Saints Don't Sit on the Sidelines: Karla Perez '20

Karla Perez '20 truly embodies what it means to be Siena Saint. With the world facing unprecedented times, she is playing an important role in the world of Public Health working with the New York State Department of Health’s Office of Health Insurance Programs.

A Son of Siena College Forever

Br. F. Edward Coughlin, O.F.M., was posthumously conferred the honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, during a Mass celebrated from the Grotto in his memory on October 10.

Come to Campus (virtually!)

Have you not had the chance to visit campus and want to see what it looks like? Missing your home away from home? We've got you covered.
Campus Events

The Saints After the Storm

The storm was unexpected, but the response was exactly what you would expect from Siena Saints.

Hunting for Campaign Keepsakes

Before the age of social media, one of the best ways to share your political preferences was a campaign button. Catherine Crohan has nearly 100 of them.
School of Science, Biology

Antique DNA Leads to New Discovery

Nearly 100 years ago, a scientist trapped a mouse in a stream in Ethiopia that's now believed to be extinct. Tom Giarla, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology, just verified the existence of this semi-aquatic mouse’s closest cousins.