Siena drink program extends alcohol consumption after keg parties
For many, drinking in college meant keg parties, Long Island iced teas, and cheap pitchers of beer with friends at the local bar. For some students at Siena College in Loudonville, drinking in college means oak-paneled lounges and fine liquors to be enjoyed while stretching their research muscles.
The new Siena College Beverage Institute, founded this spring by a group of faculty and staff, grew out of bi-weekly Zoom meetings within the group to have drinks together, explore new minds, and discuss various work and research projects. that each one undertook. during the COVID-19 pandemic. The community and friendliness that was offered in these virtual meetings, while having the opportunity to share their work and gather ideas on how to solve problems and gather new ideas, has been so beneficial to them. participants that some of the group asked themselves: benefit our students from Siena?