College Day kicks off Campus Philly

By AnnMarie Chacko
September 30, 2005

The start of Campus Philly, which is a week-long event, took place on Saturday, Sept. 24 in Center City, Philadelphia.

As advertised, College Day proved to be an amazing experience for all college students who attended.

College Day was a chance to meet others from various local campuses. Students were seen around the city wearing their school’s shirts and hats proudly.

College Day offered free admission to many of the museums located in Center City. Popular destinations of the day were the Franklin Institute and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Each showcased old favorites and new eye catching exhibits.

Many Cabrini students were present. Some took the free shuttle buses in the form of yellow school buses. Others chose to venture out to the city by way of train. Some decided to visit the museums and check out the food while others chose to stay later on through the night and see the various artists perform.

All throughout the day, different things were going on besides the free admissions. Companies were displaying their products, vendors were selling their food and musical groups and dancers performed. Moreover, there were giveaways and contests for people to win trips, gadgets and many other items.

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Posted to the web by Tim Hague

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