Chris Friel helps Campus Outreach reach further

By Heather DiLalla
November 14, 2002

Angelina Wagner

Campus Outreach is where a person can go to make a difference in the world, and still have fun, according to freshman Chris Friel. She is involved with the Campus Outreach Program. She believes that the program is for educational purposes along with helping those in need.

“Dr. Mary Laver likes to say that when I moved in on my first day I unpacked and then went up to the Wolfington Center about 10 minutes later. I think it was more like an hour or two, but I wanted to meet all these people that I kept hearing about,” Friel said.

Friel has been on campus for three months and has tried to immerse herself in all the various activities that outreach, campus ministry, the radio station and the theater are doing. She is an 18- year-old education major who is contemplating the possibility of getting into religious studies and teaching religion on a high school level.

“I like to help people. I always have, I grew up in a family that was known in my parish. It is something I want to continue with later in life. I have done missionary work with the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (not the Cabrini ones, but the ones from Germany) to the Dominican Republic the past two summers, and was heavily involved in my high school Community Service Corps. I think that service is deeply rooted in my entire self, and I really do want the old clich

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Heather DiLalla

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Special Project

Title IX Redefined Website

Produced by Cabrini Communication
Class of 2024

Listen Up

Season 2, Episode 3: Celebrating Cabrini and Digging into its Past


Scroll to Top
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap