Cabrini College sits comfortably along a stretch of King of Prussia Rd., nestled among the the trees that line its winding driveway. It may seem as though the college is a secluded one, but there is a town full of entertainment and satisfying eats only minutes away from Cabrini's scenic campus.
Articles by Michelle Costa
To aid relief efforts and increase donations from the Cabrini college radio station stepped up its contributions and held a successful event that raised over $2,100 dollars. The radio station, 89.1 WYBF FM The Burn, under the direction of Heather Shanley-Fullerton, put together a 24-hour broadcast event and dance to help the people of Haiti.
How many times a day do Americans use their cell phones? Too many and too much would be the answer. But within a week, texting has not only become the "it" thing to do, but the absolute answer to success and donation. We have welcomed the year 2010 with hope and change, establishing quick and sufficient ways to donate to relief efforts for Haiti.
Cabrini Mission Corps also held an information table in Jazzman's Café, where three of the most knowledgeable and experienced representatives shared their information and passion. Michelle Sherman, Mary Meleski and Crystal Catolon all work in the New York City area at different locations affiliated with Cabrini and work alongside Scarpello and the Cabrini Mission Corps as volunteer missioners.
The Cabrini Mission Corps provides opportunities to do service work after graduation to those who are interested in social justice issues both in the United States and internationally. On Friday, Nov. 6, Cabrini Mission Corps, led by director Gina Scarpello, held an all-day workshop to advise current students to "healthfully enter where God is calling them.
Cabrini's Body Image Coalition has extended its services by providing guest speakers to the college community. The purpose of the speakers is to help students come to peace with one's body and form an overall acceptance. On Nov. 3 "Andrea's Voice" was presented on behalf of those involved in this organization.
Johanna Berrigan, co-founder of medical clinics in both the Kensington section of Philadelphia and in Haiti, explained the dire need of Haitians both before the January earthquake and even more so now.
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