Staying small to stay real at Cabrini

By Nina Scimenes
September 11, 2003

Steph Mangold

Cabrini College has been going through several changes lately. The S.E.T building in processes has altered the landscape as well as the attitude of Cabrini. Everyone is forced to be extremely patient; whether its waiting on line for lunch even longer than you’re waiting it for, or driving around the one road in Cabrini to find a parking spot. Instead of the changes being advantages, we are all sacrificing a little. The construction on campus is taking away from some of the things that we used to take for granted. Maybe we should rethink if Cabrini is ready to trade what we already felt at home with. We should not be ashamed of our school, and complain a lot about it. Granted there are always things that need improvement, and deserve to be complained about, but constant bashing needs to stop. Cabrini is a small school with a lot of potential, but not keeping it a small school will not be keeping it Cabrini at all. Imagine if on your drive back to campus you pulled into the King of Prussia driveway and you saw no trees in sight. Instead of the canopy of leafy green trees in a forest, there was nothing but cement buildings. That would change the whole meaning of that driveway to ‘Cabriniland”. At a small school if you make too many changes and keep growing, you will out of space, and money and ideas. So rethinking the plans for the future would be a benefit to everyone.

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