“Tell Us You Go To Siena Without Telling Us You Go To Siena…”

You’ve probably seen the viral tik toks “Tell me you ____ without telling me you ____”—and if you haven’t, then Siena’s got you covered!

We put our own spin on the popular trend and asked our Siena community to tell us that they go to Siena, without outright telling us they go to Siena.
Academics, School of Business

The Intern Journal: Gynesonics

Faragon is working on a team that pitches the virtues of the Sonata System to insurers, by dispelling the "experimental" notion and describing the benefits.
Modern Languages & Classics, School of Liberal Arts, School of Science, Chemistry & Biochemistry

'The Career Experts' Turn to Siena for Expert Advice

Two Siena faculty members were recently featured by the career search site Zippia to discuss job prospects for graduates in their fields.
School of Liberal Arts, Creative Arts

Creating the Soundtrack to a Martian Invasion

We may take sound engineering for granted in a theatrical production, but we shouldn’t, especially if that theater is performed on the radio.
Center for International Programs

Siena without Borders

Siena is changing the way students experience the world and rewriting best practices for marketing the experience... other colleges have noticed.
Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy

An International Expedition (passport not required)

International immersion trips sponsored by the Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy (FCSA) were not canceled this winter because of the pandemic; they were simply reimagined.
School of Liberal Arts, Political Science

Every Student Has a Story: Brendan Savage '21

Candidate Joe Biden finished fifth in the 2020 New Hampshire primary with less than nine percent of the vote. Two weeks later, his candidacy faced a must-win situation in South Carolina. Brendan Savage '21 was desperately knocking on doors all over the state.

A Night with 'The Voice of Selma'

In a presentation that was part speech, part concert, civil rights activist and singer Bettie Mae Fikes urged her Siena audience to elevate their education with spirituality to make progress in a fight that is far from over.