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Introducing: Reflections Now

Editor’s Note: In an effort to keep Siena Heights University alumni and friends up-to-date, we are introducing “Reflections Now.” This exclusive digital content will feature ongoing stories, videos and photographs between print editions of Reflections Magazine. Keep current with Siena Heights with Reflections Now!

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The Siena Effect: Jordan Chambers ‘16

Chambers is a business major who started his own custom apparel company. One of his customized jackets was featured on the hit television show “Empire.” Jordan talks about his Siena experience and what he is doing in his career.

All in the Family


Best, Griffith Triplets Continue the Siena Heights Legacy

By Julie Bonk—Student Writer

<span class="captions" style="font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 9pt; line-height: 1.5em;">The Best (left) and Griffith (right) Triplets are leaving their mark at SHU.</span>
The Best (left) and Griffith (right) Triplets are leaving their mark at SHU.

The Siena Heights tradition runs deep in the Best and Griffith families.

Triplets Ashley, Cameron and Lauren Best followed in their father’s footsteps, Steven Best, who graduated from Siena Heights in 1982. After graduating from Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic High School in 2015, they all individually chose to attend SHU.

And the Bests aren’t the only triplets on Siena Heights’ Adrian campus. Marley, Madison and Brady Griffith are sophomores at SHU. They also have a younger brother who could be a potential future Saint. Their father, Dr. Kyle Griffith, is a three-time Siena Heights graduate who received the Outstanding Graduate Award from SHU in 2017. He is currently the assistant superintendent of the Lenawee Intermediate School District. Their mother, Amy, received her master’s degree from SHU in 1996.

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