Iadarola dines with student leaders

By Cristin Marcy
September 11, 2003

Toccara Buckley

As the night grew darker the student ideas grew greater as they discussed many new prevalent ideas with the President Antoinette Iadarola.

On Friday, Sept. 5th student leaders attended a barbeque at Iadarola’s house where they discussed ideas that could change Cabrini College. The president was very eager to chat about the upcoming year and what changes have been made and noticed in the few weeks that students have been back.

Students that were invited to this occasion included the executive members of the Campus Activities Programming Board, executive board members and class presidents of the Student Government Association, members of the Residents Hall Association, and captains of the fall athletic teams. Together, members of these organizations came up with ideas that would improve the school.

These ideas incorporated more school spirit by introducing the concept of a fan bus for athletic away games and pep rallies. Other things that were discussed were the freshmen matriculation ceremony, by having the seniors welcome the freshmen in years to come. And also about the SOLD program that would be new to the campus.

Many students were eager to participate in the conversation with the president and believe by having many different organizations working together they can achieve great things.

“It was great to get together with all the unique student leaders. We were all able to collaborate together as a team to solve problems that each of us individually had and come up with new ideas to make the school better,” Sarah Madden, SGA vice president of administration, said.

Not only could the organizations come up with ways to solve the current problems on campus, but they also gave their input about new and creative ways to make Cabrini a more likeable place for the current and prospective students.

Cap Board Vice President, Craig Vagell, said “it is a great idea for all organizations to work together, it builds communication on campus and creates a closer relationship with different people on campus.”

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