The Promethean

The Promethean is Siena College's student newspaper and oldest running club. We were founded in 1937 and are published bi-weekly. The Promethean includes a variety of campus and community stories for News, Sports, and Arts & Entertainment, as well as columns from faculty and student clubs. In addition to printed issues, the Promethean has also launched a new website so that students may access Siena news online.

What we do

The Promethean is the oldest student run club on campus, predating even the Student Senate. It was established as the Chevalier in 1938 and has undergone numerous name changes, including the Siena News and The Indian. In 1989, the newspaper’s name was officially changed to The Promethean. It continues to be the voice for Siena College students today. The Promethean is published twice a month and produces a total of fourteen issues per school year.

Online Blogs

Here, you’ll find exclusive articles and blog posts not published in the physical print Promethean.

Arts and Entertainment
Campus Events listing
Microwave Rescue Meals
Movie Review

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Contact Information

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