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Siena Students Mobilize for Typhoon Relief

Monday, December 9, 2013

For days, Taryn Dwyer ’16 was uncertain if her family survived Typhoon Haiyan, the devastating storm that slammed the Philippines last month. According to the United Nations, it killed more than 5,230 people. Dwyer was worried about her grandmother and two uncles who live in San Carlos City and her cousins in Cebu City. Finally, her cousin DJ found Wi-Fi and sent a Facebook message to her sister Krista, saying that everyone in the family was okay.


PEEPs in the Classroom

Monday, December 9, 2013

For Siena students, living the Franciscan tradition means trying to make a difference in their world. For some, “making a difference” hardly scratches the surface. Students in the Peer Education and Empowerment Program, known as PEEPs, are committed to educating fellow students about sexual and relationship violence, which will enable them to become active bystanders in the College community.


Student’s Perspective: Anything Goes in the Job Search

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

With a degree in English and a background in the liberal arts, I can do anything. But first, I’ll have to convince a potential employer to let me prove it. That is why it was important for me to attend the Career Center’s annual Career Fair.