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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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Dr. Margaret Madden Named Vice President for Academic Affairs

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Siena College has announced the appointment of Dr. Margaret E. Madden as Vice President for Academic Affairs. With a distinguished career in higher education that spans more than three decades as a faculty member and administrator at private and public colleges and universities, Dr. Madden succeeds Dr. Linda Richardson, who will retire in August after 12 years as Siena’s top academic administrator.

Class of 2015: ‘Go forth and serve’

Monday, May 11, 2015

“I firmly believe that we are going to excel at whatever we set out to do,” Meaghan Flatley assured fellow graduates of the Class of 2015 as she delivered the Senior Commencement Address. “More importantly, we’ll hold the door.”

From a Thought to a Think Board

Friday, May 8, 2015

Garrison Grant ’15 and his brother Hanson might make the world of scrap paper and planners obsolete with their creation of the Think Board. The portable, clear adhesive can turn any smooth surface into a dry erase board. Since returning from his study abroad experience in India, Garrison has taken over managing the flourishing project that has been featured in the USA Today.

Raising Funds To Battle Childhood Cancer

Thursday, May 7, 2015

In April Siena hosted the seventh annual Alex’s Lemonade Stand to raise proceeds for childhood cancer research. Students gathered in front of Lonnstrom Dining Hall to sell cups of the summer-time delight.