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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Thanksgiving Recess

Friday, November 27, 2015

Thanksgiving Recess

Friday, December 4, 2015

A Festival of Lessons and Carols

The Siena College Choirs and Psalm 150 Music Ministry. Directed by Kate Kaufman Burns and Timothy Reno

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Fall Semester Concert

Siena Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Paul Konye

Friday, December 11, 2015

Transfer Lunch Chat

Quick and casual, this visit offers a student-led tour of campus followed by lunch in the dining hall with Jen Sloan, transfer advisor. Bring your appetite and your questions.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Last Day of Classes for the Fall 2015 Semester

49 Percent NYC Residents Living Comfortably or Doing Alright

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

49% NYC Residents Living Comfortably or Doing Alright; But One in Five Have Struggled to Buy Food or Housing Over Last Year; Findings Vary by Race, Ethnicity, Borough

Majority Expect Typical Young NY’er to Graduate High School, 50% Say will Graduate College, Less than Half Predict Good Job; 41% See Drugs, Alcohol in their Future, One in Four Think Neighborhood Youth will Be in a Gang

Police, Parks, Availability of Goods & Services Get High Grades in All Boroughs Except the Bronx; Local Gov Responsiveness Found Lacking; As a Place to Raise Children NYC Gets Mixed Reviews by Borough, Race & Income

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Alumnus Jim Treacy Returns to Siena with Words of Wisdom

Monday, November 23, 2015

Former President/COO of Monster Worldwide, accomplished public speaker and writer, and 1980 Siena graduate Jim Treacy came back to his collegiate roots on Monday, November 16 to lead a lunchtime lecture titled “Work Hard, Play Hard, and Enjoy the Ride.”

Five reasons to choose Siena by…a Capital Region native

Friday, November 20, 2015

If you know what the following words mean—Stewart's, the TU, Crossgates, the Northway, cider donuts, SPAC, the track—you're clearly a local. And since your hometown is right here in the Capital Region, you may be wondering about life at Siena. Is it too close to home? Will you know too many people? Should you apply? This Q&A is for you.

The Drowsy Chaperone is a Success on Stage

Thursday, November 19, 2015

After its opening weekend, November 12 to November 15, Siena’s Creative Arts Department and Stage III’s fall 2015 musical theater production of The Drowsy Chaperone has surely been a success.

Watching History Happen: Studying Abroad in Budapest

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Siena student Kenneth Tousignant is currently studying in Budapest, Hungary at Corvinus University and has a unique opportunity to learn about a culture largely unknown to many Americans. His courses in Hungarian language and culture are offering him a glimpse into the relationship that Hungary has with the rest of Europe and the progression of its artistic culture throughout history, including during the Communist regime. While Budapest may be off the beaten path for many Americans, it has been a path well-traveled for recent Syrian refugees.

Siena student Kenneth Tousignant in Budapest