Cabrini day: day of empowerment

By Sarah Luckert
November 10, 2010

Cabrini Day is a celebration of the mission and heritage of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini.  Cabrini Day was celebrated on Tuesday, Nov. 9. Daytime classes were cancelled to allow students and faculty members the opportunity to experience the events planned on this day. Cabrini Day has recently transformed into Cabrini spirit week, which is a week full of events. The theme for Cabrini Day 2010 was development and empowerment.

Student Poster Session

Grace Hall Atrium
During the student poster session, students were able to present semester projects to the Cabrini community. President Marie A. George welcomed everyone to Cabrini Day.

Cabrini Day Brunch
Brunch was served by Cabrini College faculty members. Sodexo Fair Trade displays were featured and Fair Trade products were for purchase.
Faculty-Student Panel
Widener Lecture Hall
This year’s theme was on development and empowerment, a theme chosen by members of the faculty. The faculty-student panel was composed of many different members of the Cabrini community.
Campus Discussion
Widener Lecture Hall

A discussion on the idea of development and empowerment was presented by faculty members. Audience members included students from all majors.

Featured Presentation by Wes Moore
Grace Hall Atrium
First-year students read “The Other Wes Moore” for their summer reading project. Awards were given to those students who wrote the best essay.

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