Every Student Has a Story: Angela Fini '24

The Army ROTC program intensely demands a cadet's full-time commitment, much the like commitment required to participate in a Division 1 sport. It would be almost impossible to participate (let alone excel) in both. Almost.

Hoop Dreams

Basketball season is still a few months away, but Saints fans had the opportunity to meet and greet the 2022-23 Siena men's and women's basketball teams at an August 10 court dedication and ice cream social.

Basking in a New, Energy-Saving Glow

Thirty new energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures are now brightening the Siena campus. The retrofit of the outdoor lights, completed ahead of schedule, is the first energy-saving and and cost-saving project paid for by proceeds from the College’s new Green Revolving Fund (GRF).
Physics & Astronomy, School of Science

From Inside the World's Superlab

Some of the world’s best and brightest physicists and their students converge at CERN, the world’s largest particle physics lab. This summer, those best and brightest included a team from Siena.


The Bleacher Brothers – Fr. Casey Cole and Br. Tito Serrano, associate campus minister – are on a 17,000 mile, 11-week tour of all 30 Major League Baseball parks. They're spreading the Franciscan message "where people are" and throughout their trip, they'll be sharing many of their stories and encounters in the SCoop.

A Center of Excellence!

How good is Siena’s food service? So good that Siena Fresh has been named one of three “Centers of Excellence” in the country by AVI Foodsystems, Inc., the College’s contracted food service provider.
Career and Internship Center, Marketing

Congratulations, You're Hired!

Soon after Nick Pepe '21, G'22 was hired as a marketing analyst at RenderTribe, the marketing agency asked for a headshot. Nick supplied his LinkedIn profile picture which the company used to create his own avatar.
Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Graduate School

The pandemic sabotaged study abroad opportunities for hundreds of Saints. Some students were forced to cut their experiences short, others graduated without getting the chance to travel. But what if there was another way?