A Companion for Life's Journey

Looking to talk to a trusted person about some of the big questions in life? Siena now offers spiritual companionship for all students.
School of Liberal Arts

The Intern Journal: Paste Magazine

Carli Scolforo '21 considers herself a "natural-born groupie." She's been traveling with musicians since she was a kid - mainly because she liked the music, but maybe because her dad couldn't always find a babysitter.
Student Life

Try it Tuesday

Ever wanted to trace your family’s roots? Take better photos on your iPhone? Get the most out of travel?
Biology, School of Science, School of Liberal Arts

Every Student Has a Story: Jenna Mantell '21

Jenna Mantell '21 considered staying close to home at the University of North Carolina, or maybe she'd head south to Auburn? But in the end, the decision was easy.
School of Liberal Arts, English

Faculty Present for a Student Audience

Students are always sharing their work with their professors. At the English department’s February 3 colloquium, the tables were turned, and professors presented their most recent writing efforts to their students.
Academics, Internships

Learning to Lead and Other Labs

The break between semesters has been especially long this academic year, so the College offered an added learning experience this winter to promote skill-building, professional development and mentoring opportunities. Jerry DeFrancisco ’68 DPS, LHD ’18 (right), distinguished executive in residence, taught Servant Leadership, relating it to Franciscan values and principles.