Siblings glimpse college life

By Jennifer Dalvano
February 14, 2002

Siblings of students were offered a glimpse into college life this past weekend. Events were planned, and arrangements were made to offer opportunities for siblings to spend quality time together. Overall the weekend was considered a success, even though things did not go over as smooth, as expected.

With an itinerary of events scheduled, students were looking forward to spending time doing the scheduled activities with their loved ones. Caricatures, balloon animals and even a magician, yet some students felt as though these events only caught the interests of the younger siblings.

“I was embarrassed to have my sister here on Saturday and my family come up on Sunday because they were so excited to come up and only disappointed when they left, since all the events were lame, ended early or deflated by 2:30,” Krista Michalowski said. “I know a lot of hard work went into to planning this event. I just think that next year maybe CAP board should plan more events for the teenage siblings.”

“The turnout for siblings weekend was much better then I expected,” CAP board member Michael Sofia said. He also noted that all difficulties dealing with power and so forth that were associated with siblings weekend were out of CAP boards hands.

Overall, this weekend would be marked down as a success. The main purpose of the event is to rekindle relationships of siblings and to provide an opportunity for siblings to spend quality time with one another. That is exactly what happened.

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