Five Cavs Win Inquirer All Academic Honors
Five Cabrini athletes were named to the Philadelphia Inquirer's Fall 2006 Academic All-Area teams on Sunday, and juniors Chris Sweeney (men's cross country) and Carolyn Roberts (women's cross country) were named Runners of the Year.
History Professor Looks at "Ordinary" Heroes of Civil War in Latest Book
Dr. James Hedtke, professor and chair of the history and political science department at Cabrini College, recently published Civil War Professional Soldiers, Citizen Soldiers, and Native American Soldiers of Genesee County, New York: Ordinary Men of Valor (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006).
Benner Named to ESPN All-Academic Team
Cabrini College senior Brent Benner, the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (PAC) scoring champion on the field and a dean's-list student off, has been named to the ESPN The Magazine all-academic team for the Mid-Atlantic region.
Student Earns Good Citizen Scholarship at Cabrini College
Francine Clement, a junior sociology major at Cabrini College, recently received a $1,000 Commonwealth Good Citizen scholarship for her extraordinary service and extracurricular activities at Cabrini.
Nobel Prize Winner and Author Elie Wiesel to Speak at Cabrini College
Renowned author, professor and Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel will deliver the keynote address at Cabrini College's 2006 President's Convocation on Tuesday, September 26. The event is open to the public.
Cabrini College Journalist One of Five Receiving Broadcast Pioneers Scholarship
Cabrini College student Laura Van De Pette, a junior majoring in English and communications with a concentration in print journalism, is one of only five students out of a record number of applicants receiving the 2006 Broadcast Pioneers Scholarship.
'Don't Make Us Criminals' Say Students From 5 Area Colleges
Students from five area colleges and universities collected hundreds of letters addressed to Senator Arlen Specter regarding an immigration bill (HR 4437) that would make 11 million undocumented people in the U.S. (including 3 million children) into felons, and would make crimes of the work of teaching (which many students and colleges do) or in any way helping these immigrants.
Author of "Dead Man Walking" to Speak at Cabrini
Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, author of the best-selling book, Dead Man Walking, will address the topics of death-row prisoners and the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the poor during Cabrini College's annual Founder's Day.