Cabrini final exams to begin on Dec. 7
Cabrini’s final exams will take place the week of Dec. 7 to 11. A full schedule is posted online at www.cabrini.edu/Finals.
Monday, Dec. 7 will also be the last day that students can declare Pass/Fail. For more information students should contact the Registrar.
Residence halls will close at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12. They will remain closed until the spring semester begins on Monday, Jan. 11 at 12 p.m.
Cabrini students receive WYBF air awards
Cabrini communication students and the radio station WYBF-FM, received Philadelphia College A.I.R Awards and the International Silver Davey Award.
Seniors Gillian Davis, Caitlin Friel and Mallory Terrence were honored for their audio documentary on the global food crisis. “Road to Insecurity: The Global Food Crisis,” received an award for the Best Documentary at the Philadelphia College A.I.R. awards and Silver Davey Award. The documentary not only explored this global crisis but speculates ways in which to alleviate hunger.
Junior Joseph Cahill received the Best Public Service Announcement Philadelphia College A.I.R., Award for “Listen.” “Listen” promoted the March of Dimes, which is an organization that helps families with premature babies.
Juniors Arielle Friscia and Rob Stoop along with senior Noelle Westfall and sophomore Danielle Alio and received the Philadelphia College A.I.R. award for Best Public Affairs Hosts. The award recognized their bi-weekly news and entertainment talk show “We Need to Talk.”
College to host weekend holiday shows
Two free holiday shows, a dance performance and choral concert, will be hosted the weekend of Dec. 5 and 6.
The Cabrini Contemporary Dance Company will be featured in their debut performance on Saturday, Dec. 5. The Company is under the direction of instruction Rennee Banson. Performed pieces will include jazz dance and lyrical ballet. Cabrini alumni and the Cabrini College dance team will also perform.
The Cabrini College Chorus will perform at its annual Christmas concert on Sunday, Dec. 6. The holiday melodies will feature selections from Handel’s “Messiah” and traditional carols such as “Angels We Have Heard on High.”
New regional flu clinics to be available
The first death for the H1N1 for Chester County was reported last week. Three more Philadelphia residents also died from swine flu according to the Department of Health.
In response the swine flu vaccine will be regionally available in about a dozen public locations. New public flu clinics will be schedules when the vaccine arrives.
To find out these clinic locations go to http://go.philly.com/flu.
ESH majors will present final projects
The Exercise Science & Health Promotion majors will be presenting on their internship experiences and final projects on Monday, Dec. 7.
The ESH majors are required to complete an internship and presentation before graduation.
All are encouraged to attend. The presentation will be held in the Iadarola Center Seminar Room 101E from 3:15 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.