Alumni affairs holds the classes together

By Staff Writer
February 14, 2002

While in college, many students have one thing on their minds, graduation and getting the perfect job. Students often do not think about how they can help their school after they graduate and how involvement with their school does not have to end after they receive their diploma. The Alumni Association makes it their priority to keep alumni connected with each other and their school.

The Alumni office is located on the second floor of the mansion. There, Alumni Affairs Director Martha Dale, Alumni Association President Jamie Miller Prince and two student liaisons Lisa Simonetti and Linda Cylc work to make sure current and future alums of Cabrini have a chance to stay connected to the school.

Dale describes four particular goals for the association. They work to keep all alum connected to Cabrini, make them aware of activities and events that students are partaking in, maintain the important friendships made during college and enforce the importance of being proud of their alma mater.

Often students complain about the letters that they receive in the mail asking for donations, even though they have not graduated yet. Dale and Miller Prince want to assert that although donations are very important to the college alum can also volunteer and get involved in many ways to support Cabrini.

Miller Prince graduated from Cabrini in 1984 as a history, political science and social science major. She said, “Cabrini was an enriching experience for me and took me from being a na

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