Last Semester on the Heights
My name is Steve Siano and I am another one of your Student Ambassadors. Among our team I am the only one who is a current senior. As my time on the Heights draws to a close I want to give you some insight into some of the amazing opportunities this campus can afford you.
But before that, a little bit about myself and my role here on campus. I am from Liverpool, NY (about 20 minutes from campus), attended Liverpool High School, and have lived in Syracuse all my life. In may I will receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, with a health professions concentration, and a dual minor in Business Administration and Chemistry. I have lived in Dablon Hall (a First-Year residence hall) for three of my four years on campus. Two of which I have had the honor of serving as a Resident Advisor, and working directly with the first-year biology learning community.
In my time here, Le Moyne has given me the opportunity to wear many hats. I have worked for our Office of Admission since May of 2012, serving as both a student worker and an intern. I’m currently the President of TriBeta, our Biological Sciences Honor Society, a workshop leader for both Organic Chemistry and Anatomy & Physiology, a member of our Institutional Review Board, Comptroller for our Student Government Association, Chair of our Organizational Finance and Review Committee, and more.
When I’m not doing my school work or one of the above activities I usually find something else to keep myself busy. I love Pilates and yoga, especially aerial yoga, and frequent the studio right down the street. It’s also pretty much common knowledge that I love Shania Twain, and will listen to her music any chance I get. However, one of my favorite pastimes is shopping, I’ve even had the opportunity to meet up with our President, Dr. LeMura, in J.Crew!
While I have tremendously enjoyed my Le Moyne experience thus far, I am looking forward to what the future holds. I am currently interested in attending medical school in the hopes of becoming a Cardiologist. However, with my last semester fast approaching there is so much to look forward to right now. We have 100 Nights, a dance for seniors commemorating the last 100 days until graduation, Dr. LeMura’s Inauguration (and inaugural ball), Senior Week, and many more amazing things in store.
In the coming months I’ll be posting more about my last semester on the heights so stay tuned!
Follow me on twitter for even more updates: @StevenSiano_LMC
Contributed by Steve Siano '15 majoring in Biological Science