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Five Questions at Casey’s with Siena President Br. Ed Coughlin, O.F.M., Ph.D.

Siena has launched a new video series called “Five Questions at Casey’s.” The short, interview-style segments are recorded inside Casey’s, the Sarazen Student Union’s beautiful new lounge and eatery. They will give you a chance to learn about...

A Legacy of Love: Siena Dedicates Snyder Hall

We’ve all heard the old cliché, “A picture is worth a thousand words,” and if you ask Dennis Winger ’69, he’ll probably tell you it’s true. During his 45th Siena College reunion last summer, Winger came across a yearbook photo of Jim Snyder,...

Student Perspective: Cyberbullying Research

By Lauren Mathews ’15 Lauren Mathews ’15 is a senior computer science major at Siena College with a minor in philosophy. She and Shauna Pratico ’14 conducted research about cyberbullying as CURCA Summer Scholars in summer 2013 with Siena professors...

Siena Alumnus to Lead USA Team at World’s Fair

Secretary of State John Kerry has named Siena alumnus and trustee Doug Hickey ’77 commissioner general for the United States’ exhibit at next year’s world’s fair. Hickey will lead the American exhibit called USA Pavilion, which, according to its...

Sugam Langer ’07 Serves the Siena Way

It’s been a busy fall for Sugam Langer ’07. The former Siena tennis player, who won a MAAC Championship in 2006, spoke at the United States Tennis Association Foundation’s opening night gala at the U.S. Open. Two months later, Langer ran in the...

A Scholarship to Pay it Forward

Everyone knows that scholarships help students and their families afford college. At Siena, students receive more than $36 million in scholarships each year. That aid is further illustrated when you look beyond the statistics. For Megan Salavantis ’17,...

Br. F. Edward Coughlin, O.F.M., Ph.D., Named New Siena College President

The Siena College board of trustees has announced that Br. F. Edward Coughlin, O.F.M., Ph.D., has been appointed the 11th president of Siena College, lifting his interim title effective immediately. A Franciscan brother for more than 40 years, Coughlin...

Two Students Receive Scholarships from Veteran and Cadet Fund

By Jenna Kersten ’17 Veterans’ Day gives all Americans – soldiers, vets, and civilians alike – the chance to reflect upon the service and sacrifice of members of the United States military. Former Navy chaplain and current guardian of the Siena...

Siena Posts 92% NCAA Graduation Success Rate

Siena student athletes continue to outperform their Division I peers in the classroom by a wide margin. Using the most recent data released in the NCAA’s Graduation Success Rate (GSR) report, student athletes who entered Siena as freshmen in 2007...

Siena’s Grotto Opens With Beautiful Blessing

By Romey J. Romagnoli ’15 With a warm blessing on a chilly autumn afternoon, The Grotto at Siena College was officially opened. The Most Reverend Bishop Howard J. Hubbard, D.D., H ’77, bishop emeritus of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany, joined...