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Siena Sophomore Interns at White House

April 17, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

This fall the Creative Arts Department produced the premiere of “The Snow Queen,” a play with music based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story about a girl who travels barefoot in search of her childhood friend who was abducted by the Snow Queen.

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Pulitzer Prize Author Delivers 27th Annual MLK Lecture Address

April 17, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

This fall the Creative Arts Department produced the premiere of “The Snow Queen,” a play with music based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story about a girl who travels barefoot in search of her childhood friend who was abducted by the Snow Queen.

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Building A Career The Home Depot Way

April 17, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

This fall the Creative Arts Department produced the premiere of “The Snow Queen,” a play with music based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story about a girl who travels barefoot in search of her childhood friend who was abducted by the Snow Queen.

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Free Store Opens Doors and Minds

April 16, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

This fall the Creative Arts Department produced the premiere of “The Snow Queen,” a play with music based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story about a girl who travels barefoot in search of her childhood friend who was abducted by the Snow Queen.

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Roots Café

April 15, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

This fall the Creative Arts Department produced the premiere of “The Snow Queen,” a play with music based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story about a girl who travels barefoot in search of her childhood friend who was abducted by the Snow Queen.

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Entrepreneur of the Year

April 15, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

This fall the Creative Arts Department produced the premiere of “The Snow Queen,” a play with music based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story about a girl who travels barefoot in search of her childhood friend who was abducted by the Snow Queen.

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Copenhagen Connects History, Science and Theater

April 15, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

This fall the Creative Arts Department produced the premiere of “The Snow Queen,” a play with music based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story about a girl who travels barefoot in search of her childhood friend who was abducted by the Snow Queen.

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World Premiere: The Snow Queen

January 7, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

This fall the Creative Arts Department produced the premiere of “The Snow Queen,” a play with music based on Hans Christian Andersen’s story about a girl who travels barefoot in search of her childhood friend who was abducted by the Snow Queen.

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Defend Against Cyberbullying by Knowing the Tools

January 6, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

By Meg Fryling ’97, Ph.D. When used properly, cell phones are entertaining, educational and, at times, life-saving. When abused they can quickly become deadly, as was evident in Rebecca Sedwick’s case when the 12-year-old committed suicide, the apparent latest victim of cyberbullying. Knee-jerk reactions are common in the wake of tragedy. Parents are tempted to […]

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Siena Professor Makes Major Archaeological Find

January 3, 2014 by Editor in On Campus with 0 Comments

By Jim Eaton When Barry Dale, lecturer in modern languages and classics, enters his classroom it isn’t unusual to see him dressed in a pair of old blue jeans and a shirt that is lightly soiled. Chances are, he’s coming straight from the field sites where he serves as a project leader for excavations. Dale, […]

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