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Voters Don’t Think New Laws Will Reduce Corruption; Say Cuomo was Right to not Hold Up Budget for Bi

Monday, April 27, 2015

Voters Don’t Think New Laws Will Reduce Corruption; Say Cuomo was Right to not Hold Up Budget for Bigger Changes
Voters Say (50-44 Percent) Parents Right to Opt Out of State Exams; NY Doesn’t Spend Enough on Education but Voters Are Divided on Increasing Their Income Taxes to Pay for More Education Funding
Dems Happy with Clinton as Nominee; Reps Divided on Their Choice

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A Scholarship For Life After Siena

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Susana Diaz '15 is this year's recipient of the Lonnstrom HEOP Excellence Award. The Bronx, N.Y. native will receive her bachelor’s degree in Social Work.


From the Front Lines to the Front Lawn

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

The annual Day of Living History brought volunteers and professional reenactors to campus to share their love of history. On display were 18th century toys and games, live firing demonstrations from the French and Indian War, Revolutionary War and Civil War reenactors.


Marketing Major’s Logo Wins Contest

Monday, May 4, 2015

Specialty Silicone Products, a company with a strong Siena alumni presence, is celebrating their 25th Anniversary. To commemorate the occasion they sponsored a logo contest where Colin Scherff ’16 received a $500 cash prize as the winner.


Three Students Win Fulbright Awards

Thursday, April 30, 2015

For the first time in the College’s history, three students were awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantships in the same academic year. Jamie Desrosier ’15, Keva Luke ’14 and Matt Schiesel ’15 were selected for the competitive program that requires students to have a study abroad experience, strong academic record and a demonstrated interest in serving as a bridge between cultures. The application process is a year-long effort that includes essays, an interview by a campus committee and scrutiny by both a national Fulbright panel and a committee in the host country.