Siena College

23 May 19
Frank C's Sociology Blog

My name is Frank Cenname. I am currently a senior at Siena College looking to attain my Bachelors degree after completion of this course. I am majoring in Marketing and Sports Marketing Services. After graduation, I am looking to pursue a career in the sports industry or attain a graduate assistant position at an appropriate […]

23 May 19
SOCI130_The_Family

Hello, my name is Branden Dodenhoff. I am Finance major at Siena College, and this will be my last class at Siena College before I graduate. I am currently Employed with Nationwide working 40 hours a week as a new hire Financial Representative. My first task working with Nationwide will be to pass the Securities […]

23 May 19
Carly's Blog

My name is Carly Hildenbrandt and I will be a senior in the fall semester.  I’m majoring in Psychology with a minor in sociology.  During my free time, I love to hike and always find myself outside.  I have played softball since I was 5 and it is something that I have loved playing throughout […]

23 May 19
Sociology of the Family

Hi everyone, my name is Sarah Fisher and I am a senior psychology major with a minor in sociology. I actually already participated in commencement, and this is one of the final courses I need to complete in order to fulfill the 120 credits. I currently work as a teacher in a special needs preschool […]

22 May 19
Daily Republic

May 22– May 22–Syracuse, N.Y. — Midweek is still a time of relative calm for Charlie Bertrand as his Merrimack lacrosse team prepares for its Division II title showdown against Limestone on Sunday. School is over, so Bertrand has tucked away his 3.9 GPA in a mechanical engineering major in favor of video games. You […]

22 May 19
Sociology of the Family

Hi everyone, my name is Kristyn Kreutziger. I am a senior psychology major at Siena College. I like to read, fish and hike. My favorite type of adventure would be to hike to a fishing spot/ reading spot. I am from a small town named East Nassau, NY, which is southeast of Albany. Continue reading […]

22 May 19
Happening Hoops

By: Ethan Hennessy This post is wrapping up and looking back at the road trips I went on, the games I saw, arenas I visited, and experiences I had in this 2018-19 college basketball season (my junior year of college). I’m mainly writing this so that I’ll be able to look back and have a […]

21 May 19
Times-Herald
More than 400 artistically inclined students from 27 schools throughout Solano County showcased their work in the Solano County Student Art Faire, held Saturday at the Solano County Fairgrounds’ McCormack Hall. The work ranged from computer art to sculptures to drawing to mixed media to painting to photography, with many students exhibiting their work for the first time. Ribbons were bestowed to students who placed first, second, third or won honorable mentions in each category. A Best in Show ribbon was given to one artist in each division, and every artist received a certificate just for taking part. “The Solano Student Art Faire is something we look forward to every year,” Lisette Estrella-Henderson, Solano County superintendent of schools, said in a statement. “It is a special time to bring students, parents, teachers, and the community together to honor the work students have completed over the school year and celebrate the importance of the arts in education.” Divisions were broken up by grade groupings. Adan Ponce, a fifth-grader at Cordelia Hills Elementary School, won Best in Show among fourth through sixth-graders with his drawing “Colorful Mess.” Chloe Sanchez, an eighth-grader at St. Catherine of Siena, won among seventh and eighth graders with her mixed media piece “Eve.” Sophia Kenoly, a sophomore at Early College High School, won in the ninth and 10th-grade category with her drawing “Kaepernick: Know Your Rights.” Finally, Armijo High School junior Liana Wong took Best in Show in the 11th and 12th-grade category with her sculpture titled “Shrouded.” Participating schools this year included Benicia High School and Benicia Middle School of Benicia Unified School District; Armijo High School, Cordelia Hills Elementary School, Crystal Middle School, Early College High School, Fairfield High School, Green Valley Middle School, KI Jones Elementary School, Nelda Mundy Elementary School, Oakbrook Academy of the Arts, Public Safety Academy, Rodriguez High School and Suisun Valley K-8 School of Fairfield-Suisun USD; Golden West Middle School and Vanden High School of Travis USD; Vaca Pena Middle School of Vacaville USD; Cave Language Academy, Franklin Middle School, Jesse Bethel High School, Pennycook Elementary School, Steffan Manor Elementary School, and Vallejo High School of Vallejo City USD; and the private and/or independent charter schools Holy Spirit School, Kairos Public Schools, St. Catherine of Siena and Vacaville Christian School.
21 May 19
The Reporter
More than 400 artistically inclined students from 27 schools throughout Solano County showcased their work in the Solano County Student Art Faire, held Saturday at the Solano County Fairgrounds’ McCormack Hall. The work ranged from computer art to sculptures to drawing to mixed media to painting to photography, with many students exhibiting their work for the first time. Ribbons were bestowed to students who placed first, second, third or won honorable mentions in each category. A Best in Show ribbon was given to one artist in each division, and every artist received a certificate just for taking part. “The Solano Student Art Faire is something we look forward to every year,” Lisette Estrella-Henderson, Solano County superintendent of schools, said in a statement. “It is a special time to bring students, parents, teachers, and the community together to honor the work students have completed over the school year and celebrate the importance of the arts in education.” Divisions were broken up by grade groupings. Adan Ponce, a fifth-grader at Cordelia Hills Elementary School, won Best in Show among fourth through sixth-graders with his drawing “Colorful Mess.” Chloe Sanchez, an eighth-grader at St. Catherine of Siena, won among seventh and eighth graders with her mixed media piece “Eve.” Sophia Kenoly, a sophomore at Early College High School, won in the ninth and 10th-grade category with her drawing “Kaepernick: Know Your Rights.” Finally, Armijo High School junior Liana Wong took Best in Show in the 11th and 12th-grade category with her sculpture titled “Shrouded.” Participating schools this year included Benicia High School and Benicia Middle School of Benicia Unified School District; Armijo High School, Cordelia Hills Elementary School, Crystal Middle School, Early College High School, Fairfield High School, Green Valley Middle School, KI Jones Elementary School, Nelda Mundy Elementary School, Oakbrook Academy of the Arts, Public Safety Academy, Rodriguez High School and Suisun Valley K-8 School of Fairfield-Suisun USD; Golden West Middle School and Vanden High School of Travis USD; Vaca Pena Middle School of Vacaville USD; Cave Language Academy, Franklin Middle School, Jesse Bethel High School, Pennycook Elementary School, Steffan Manor Elementary School, and Vallejo High School of Vallejo City USD; and the private and/or independent charter schools Holy Spirit School, Kairos Public Schools, St. Catherine of Siena and Vacaville Christian School.
21 May 19
Brittney Decker

My name is Brittney Decker and I am a sophomore attending Siena College. I am majoring in Social Work with a minor in Psychology. I hope to go on to pursue a job in a pediatric hospital working as a Medical Social Worker, or a Child Life Specialist. I chose this as my career path […]

21 May 19
StarMoon

Latest update (5/20): Somebody Feed Phil: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed; Chef’s Table: seasons 7 and 8 (Netflix) – Renewed; Humans: season 3 (AMC) – Cancelled; The Tick: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled; Snowpiercer: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed (ahead of season 1’s 2020 premiere); The Last O.G.: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed; Miracle Workers: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed; Madam Secretary: season 6 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final season); Jimmy Kimmel Live: Seasons 18, 19, and 20 (ABC) – Renewed; The Bold […]

21 May 19
Embrace Your Faith Journey

Pope Francis is very clear on the role of pilgrimage in Misericordiae Vultus as he states, “life itself is a pilgrimage, we are pilgrims on a journey from this world to the next, our souls pave the way to heaven.” I liken a pilgrimage to that of a time-out, similar to a child being disciplined […]

21 May 19
Jenna's Blog Posts for SOCI260

My name is Jenna Jewell. I am currently a senior at Siena College.  I am majoring in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice and Sociology. After graduating from Siena College, I plan on either going to graduate school for Criminal Justice and Social Work. My first semester, I joined Siena’s Women’s Rugby Football Club.  I never […]

21 May 19
Vicente Tinoco

Berkeley, Monday 20, 2019 11:40 PM Yesterday, I slept extremly late. 2:40 PM. I should get rid of that habit because the morning start late as well then. I checked the newspaper at breakfast. Opened a framed cork board that I bought for pining up my schedule and to do list. Still I need to […]