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Thursday, October 15, 2015

Festa Vino 2015

Once again, Siena College, in conjunction with Rose & Kiernan, Inc. and Craig Allen ’91, owner of All Star Wine & Spirits, is pleased to present Festa Vino, our annual food and wine tasting festival.

Friday, October 16, 2015

No Classes

Monday, October 19, 2015

A talk with Louis A. DeCaro, Jr., Ph.D.

Please join guest speaker Louis A. DeCaro, Jr., Ph.D., associate professor, Alliance Theological Seminary, on Monday, October 19,2015. His topic is "American Martyr: 'Why John Brown is thought of as a terrorist instead of a hero!'"

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Vocomotion 2015

The Siena Chamber Singers and Drawing I Students, directed by Scott Nelson Foster and Timothy Reno.

Vocomotion 2015

The Siena Chamber Singers and Drawing I Students, directed by Scott Nelson Foster and Timothy Reno.

NY Consumer Sentiment Dips Second Consecutive Quarter

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

NY Consumer Sentiment Dips Second Consecutive Quarter; Index Remains Positive and Approaches National Score as U.S. Rate Falls
Upstate/Downstate Confidence Gap Widens to Almost 12 points, Largest in 2 ½ Years
Buying Plans All Above Historic Averages; Home Buying at 10% Highest Ever; Gasoline Worries at New Low; Grocery Concerns Continue for Two-Thirds

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George Maloney ’54 Awarded St. Bernardine of Siena Medal

Thursday, October 8, 2015

On October 1 Siena College honored Trustee Emeritus George Maloney ’54 with the St. Bernardine of Siena Medal at a Board of Trustees meeting. Maloney has been part of the Siena community for over 65 years, serving on the Board for 16 years.

St. Francis Week: A Celebration of Faith, Scholarship, and Community

Thursday, October 8, 2015

While St. Francis week is celebrated around the world during this time of year, Siena put its own twist on celebrating the College’s patron saint through various events and lectures on campus.

History Department Publishes Textbook through Oxford University Press

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Siena History Professor Wendy Pojmann, Ph.D., Department Chair Karen Ward Mahar, Ph.D., and former Associate Professor Barbara Reeves-Ellington, Ph.D., published their textbook Doing History: An Introduction to the Historian’s Craft, through Oxford University Press. The textbook is aimed at preparing students for a Capstone course, and includes workbook activities that allow students to properly locate primary sources in the library, properly citing sources, and more.

Annual Constitution Day Addresses Judgement and Racism

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

On September 28, Siena held its annual Constitution Day, a day which brings the community together to celebrate the signing of the Constitution of the United States by our founding fathers.