Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

Music Ministry at the Cathedral

The artistic director of Siena’s Clare Ensemble Singers – and the College’s associate dean of liberal arts – is adding a new role to his repertoire.
Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Athens, Greece

Inspired by the books, Matty chose to study abroad this spring in Athens, a bucket list dream since reading the novels in high school.
Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

From the Stage to the Big Screen

A Siena production of Shakespeare’s timeless romantic tragedy that was temporarily derailed by the pandemic will finally debut on campus, via a full-length film produced by the crew. “Romeo and Juliet” will be screened on Saturday, March 5 at 7PM in RB202.
Center for International Programs, School of Business

Every Student Has a Story: Stacy Boucher '22

Réunion is a region of France that is nowhere near France. On a map, the island appears as a tiny dot east of Madagascar, if it's even on the map at all. Most people from Réunion never leave their dot, but Stacy Boucher '22 has a whole world to explore.

Free Food for Anyone

It’s a simple, easily accessible solution to hunger: set up fridges in underserved communities and stock them with nutritious dishes so those in need can pick up a ready-to-eat meal, produce or dairy products. No application, no paperwork, no questions.

In Simple and Reverent Ways

The life of St. Clare of Assisi can serve as a guiding example for modern-day women and men who wish to serve and heal their Church in their own simple and reverent way. In her February 23 Clare Center Lecture “Clare of Assisi: Women Working in a Wounded Church,” Sister Margaret Carney, O.S.F. explored how St. Clare’s life and work in the early 13th century offer lessons for modern society.
Admissions, MBA, communications

IS THE SIENA MBA WORTH IT? Q&A WITH ALUM CATE LAWYER

So you’re thinking about earning an MBA? Now’s the time to jump in.

The pandemic has forced employers to take a hard look at what skills are needed from their employees to not only come back stronger, but outlast the next huge curveball.

Here at Siena, we’ve built our MBA program to include exactly that: the timeless hard and soft skills employers want, and leaders need. And the best part: You can earn your MBA while you continue to work, if you prefer.
Social Work

Digital Legacy

An annual survey about “digital legacy” – people’s online presence after they die – has taken on new importance after changes wrought by the COVID pandemic.

The Intern Journal: The Fountains

Caroline Malles '23 was hunting for part-time work at grocery stores and restaurants. She even applied for an opening at a retirement community.