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2007 News Articles


  • Flynn and Layne Receive Charles A Mastronardi Award

    Junior Bridget Flynn and senior Krystal Layne received the College's 2007 Charles A. Mastronardi Service and Leadership Award for outstanding contributions to community service projects and civic engagement during the College's annual Cabrini Day celebration.

  • Kozol and Vallas among Speakers at 21st Century Education Symposium at Cabrini College

    Award-winning author and noted educational critic Jonathan Kozol delivers the keynote address and Superintendent of New Orleans' Recovery School District Paul Vallas is the opening speaker at the Common Good Symposium, "Opportunities and Challenges in 21st Century Education," at Cabrini College on March 28-29, 2008.

  • Penn Philosopher Presents Catholicism and Science at Cabrini College

    "Catholicism and Science," the third in Cabrini College's Society for Religion and Science lecture series, features Dr. James Ross, professor of philosophy and law at the University of Pennsylvania. The presentation, Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 1 p.m. in the College's Grace Hall Board Room, 610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA, is free and open to the public.

  • Founder of Harlem College Prep School Speaks at Cabrini College

    Dr. Lorraine Monroe, founder of Harlem's Frederick Douglass Academy, presents "The Power of Education to Transform Lives: Yours and Theirs" at Cabrini College on Cabrini Day, Tuesday, Nov. 13. Dr. Monroe will speak at 2 p.m. in the Grace Hall Atrium.

  • Penn Professor Lectures on Spirituality and Neurology at Cabrini College

    "Born to Believe: God, Science, and the Origin of Ordinary and Extraordinary Beliefs" is the second presentation in Cabrini College's Society for Religion and Science. Dr. Andrew Newberg, director and co-founder of the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Spirituality and the Neurosciences, will speak Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 5 p.m. in the Grace Hall Atrium, 610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor.

  • Philadelphia Orchestra Violinist and Chestnut Hill Academy Pianist Perform FREE at Cabrini College

    Philadelphia Orchestra violinist Richard Amoroso will be accompanied by pianist Sheri Melcher for a FREE concert at Cabrini College on Sunday, Oct. 28. The concert is scheduled for 3 p.m. in the Mansion.

  • Cabrini Theater Stages "The Laramie Project" and Hosts Author for Q and A

    Cabrini College presents "The Laramie Project," a play written in reaction to the 1998 murder, a hate crime motivated by homophobia, of Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming.

  • Forum at Cabrini Tackles "The Wire," Negro Leagues, and Film Industry

    "The Wire," HBO's hit series on drugs and crime in Baltimore, and Philadelphia Negro League baseball stars are two of the topics of "American Popular Culture and the Media," a public forum at Cabrini College on Saturday, Nov. 10.

  • See Cabrini on NBC10

    Cabrini College joins "The Office," "30 Rock," and "My Name Is Earl" on NBC-TV this year, with promotions, 30-second vignettes, and sponsorship of a mini-documentary on high school seniors airing on Channel 10, the local NBC-TV affiliate, through June 2008.

  • Free Family Fun at Cabrini Community Kite Festival and Soccer Clinic

    Free kites, snacks, arts and crafts, and a soccer clinic are only part of the fun that families with children ages 14 and under will enjoy at Cabrini College's annual Community Kite Festival and Soccer Clinic. All of the day's events are free and open to the public.

  • Lecture - PSU Professor on Science vs Religion

    Cabrini College aims to reconcile two seemingly different concepts with the College's Society for Religion and Science lectures. As the first presentation for the fall 2007 semester, Dr. David Hufford, university professor and chair of medical humanities at Penn State's College of Medicine, offers, "Neurotheology or Theoneurology? Primacy or Symmetry in Religion and Science" on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7:15 p.m. in the Grace Hall Board Room.

  • Cabrini Student Newspaper Nominated for Best in Country

    The Loquitur, Cabrini College's weekly student laboratory newspaper, has been selected as a finalist for the Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Award as best non-daily college and university newspaper in the country.

  • Cabrini College FREE Concert - Master Pianist and Renowned Soprano

    A concert by a master pianist and an internationally renowned soprano is the next event on the Cabrini College Fine Arts calendar. Julliard-trained pianist Mikhail Yanovitsky and lyric soprano Galina Sakhnovskaya will perform selections by Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Scriabin and Sibelius on Sunday, Sept. 30. The FREE concert begins at 3 p.m. in the Mansion.

  • President Iadarola Announces Plan to Retire

    Cabrini College President Antoinette (Toni) Iadarola, Ph.D., announced today that she plans to retire effective June 30, 2008, concluding 16 years at the helm of an institution that has experienced enormous change and transformation.

  • Philadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham Reveals Personal Leadership Success Story at Cabrini

    "How Elected Officials Can Become True Leaders—I Did It My Way," Philadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham's personal story, is the first presentation in Cabrini College's Leader Lecture Series for the 2007-08 academic year. Abraham will speak at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the Grace Hall Atrium.

  • Cabrini College Calls for Proposals on 21st Century Education

    Cabrini College is accepting proposals for individual, panel and student presentations for the Common Good Symposium, "Opportunities and Challenges in 21st Century Education," March 28-29, 2008. Paper presentations and panel sessions will consider such issues as equity in school funding, the impact of No Child Left Behind, and the role of higher education in supporting K-12 education, especially in under-resourced districts.

  • Inquirer Columnist and Author Alfred Lubrano to Speak at Presidents Convocation Philadelphia Inquirer columnist and author of "Limbo: Blue-Collar Roots and White-Collar Dreams" Alfred Lubrano will deliver the keynote address at Cabrini College's second annual President's Convocation.
  • Cabrini Student Interns at Washington Post and Philadelphia Inquirer

    Former Editor-in-Chief of the Loquitur Amanda Finnegan, a senior English and communications major, is interning at the Philadelphia Inquirer for the Fall 2007 semester. At the Inquirer, Finnegan will serve as part-time online reporter and help develop multimedia for philly.com.

  • Cabrini Student Earns Fellowship from National Business Honor Society

    Cabrini College junior Shannon Santangelo recently was named the Richard C. Scott 2007 Sigma Beta Delta Fellowship recipient from the international business honor society Sigma Beta Delta. Santangelo, who has a double major in finance and mathematics and a minor in accounting, was chosen from among thousands of Sigma Beta Delta members throughout the country.

  • Recent Grad Travels with Faculty and Staff to Mexico to Study Immigration Issues

    Eight Cabrini faculty and staff members and Class of 2007 graduate Meghan Hurley traveled to El Paso, Texas and its sister city across the Rio Grande River, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, to study and research aspects of immigration.

  • Sociology Professor Named Finalist for National Service Award

    Dr. Jeff Gingerich, associate professor of sociology at Cabrini College, recently was named one of seven finalists for Campus Compact's national 13th Annual Thomas Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service-Learning. Dr. Gingerich, who teaches a joint class of Cabrini students and inmates inside the walls of Montgomery County Correctional Facility, was nominated for his innovative approach to social justice, service-learning, and community-based research and advocacy.

  • Cabrini Student-Athletes Named to PAC All-Academic Team

    The Pennsylvania Athletic Conference announced Tuesday that 42 Cabrini College athletes from the Cavaliers' winter and spring sports teams have been named to the All-Academic team.

  • Student Receives One of Four Delaware Valley Scholarships

    Carolyn Wilson, a junior English and secondary education major at Cabrini College, has received a $1,000 Hannah Amgott Memorial Scholarship from the Delaware Valley Education Consortium based on her strong academic record and an essay, "Why Teach: A Glance into My Passion for Education."

  • Lacrosse Players Earn All-American Honors

    Cabrini College seniors Kevin Quinn, Bill Cordts, and Rob Tinsley have been named to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division III honorable mention All-American team.

  • Cavaliers Garner All-American Honors at NCAA Championships

    The Cabrini College women's track team wrapped up another record-setting year by walking away with five All-American accolodes at the NCAA Division III Outdoor track and field championships Saturday at Oshkosh Wisconsin University.

  • Mens Lacrosse Makes History

    The Cavaliers (15-2 overall) ended the regular season by wrapping up a record-setting seventh straight Pennsylvania Athletic Conference Championship with a 16-0 win over Wesley last Saturday.

  • Society for Collegiate Journalists Lauds Cabrini Newspaper

    Cabrini College's student newspaper, the Loquitur, recently earned second place for Overall Excellence in the Society for Collegiate Journalists' (SCJ) national competition.In addition to the newspaper award, Nicoletta Sabella '07, Katherine Brachelli '07, and Brittany Liberatore '08 earned individual honors from the SCJ.

  • Inquirer and Daily News Publisher to Deliver Commencement Address

    Brian Tierney, chief executive officer of Philadelphia Media Holdings L.L.C. and publisher of The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News, will deliver the Commencement address at Cabrini College on Sunday, May 20. Three hundred and ten graduates will receive baccalaureate and master's degrees during the College's 47th Commencement, and Tierney will receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree in recognition of his extraordinary career and service to the community.

  • Top Country Group Performing at Cabrini College

    Emerson Drive, Billboard's Top Country Artist of the Year for 2002, headlines a concert at Cabrini College on Friday, April 20 in the Dixon Center. Emerson Drive recorded the top-five hits, "Fall Into Me" and "I Should Be Sleeping," and has toured with Shania Twain.

  • Judge Who Ruled Against Intelligent Design to Speak at Cabrini

    The federal judge who ruled against intelligent design in the Dover, Pa. School Board case will speak at Cabrini College on April 24. Judge John Edward Jones III will discuss the trial and his ruling as part of Cabrini's Society for Religion and Science series.

  • State Environment Official Receives Ivy Young Willis Award

    Kathleen McGinty, the first woman to head Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), received the 2007 Ivy Young Willis Award at Cabrini College on March 26. The award recognizes a woman's public affairs activities and McGinty spoke about her service in government and the environment.

  • Cabrini College FREE Concerts - Renowned Pianist and Academy of Vocal Arts Opera Singers

    A concert by a master pianist and opera selections by a trio of singers from the Academy of Vocal Arts are the next events on the Cabrini College Fine Arts calendar. Julliard-trained and internationally acclaimed pianist Mikhail Yanovitsky will play selections from Schumann, Mendelssohn, Liszt, and Ravel at Cabrini on Sunday, March 18. The FREE concert begins at 3 p.m. in the Mansion.

  • Roberts Named NCAA Academic All-American

    Cabrini junior Carolyn Roberts, an Ambler resident with a 3.9 GPA, has earned NCAA Academic All-American honors in cross country for the second straight year. Roberts, who was named first team All-Region after competing in the NCAA championships last fall, is a three-time Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (PAC) medalist.

  • "Father of Environmental Justice" Headlines Cabrini Founder's Day

    Dr. Robert Bullard, widely regarded as the "father of environmental justice," will present "For Our Children's Sake: Environmental Justice for All" at Cabrini College's annual Founder's Day Celebration on March 19. The presentation is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Mansion and is free and open to the public.

  • Cabrini College Theatre Presents Hit Farce "It Runs in the Family"

    Cabrini College Theatre proudly presents It Runs in the Family, a British comedy that the London Times calls, "The Rolls Royce of farces." Written by British comic and playwright Ray Cooney and directed by Dr. Tom Stretton, assistant professor of education at Cabrini, It Runs in the Family will be staged on March 23, 24, 29, 30, and 31 in the Cabrini College Theatre in Grace Hall.

  • Support, Strategies, Intervention Topics at Autism Conference at Cabrini

    On the heels of a national report stating that autism is more common than previously estimated, Cabrini College is hosting "Perspectives on Autism," a conference offering workshops on support, strategies and early intervention for children and families.

  • Author and Lehigh Professor Makes Case for Intelligent Design at Cabrini

    The author of "Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution" will make the case for intelligent design as part of Cabrini College's Religion and Science series.

  • Cabrini Athletes Named to All-PAC Academic Team

    Thirty-six Cabrini College athletes have been named to the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference All-Academic team for the fall season.

  • Cabrini Students Help Special Olympics Winter Games

    Twenty-five Cabrini College honors students recently served as the Games Organizing Committee for the Special Olympics Pennsylvania (SOPA) Winter Sectional at Jack Frost Mountain.

  • Cabrini College Hosts 2007 Science Olympiad

    More than 1,500 teenage inventors will present their unique and innovative creations in team competitions Tuesday, Feb. 27, when Cabrini College hosts the prestigious 2007 Southeastern Pennsylvania Science Olympiad Tournament.

  • Spirituality in the Age of Science: Foundations, Challenges, and Surprises among Topics at Cabrini

    This month, Cabrini College launches a three-year program on "spirituality in the age of science," funded by a grant from the Metanexus Institute, a national organization dedicated to advancing research, education and constructive dialogue on science and religion.

  • Area Chefs Present Gourmet Fare at Cabrini to Benefit Saint Jude Children's Hospital

    Up 'til Dawn, a student fundraising association at Cabrini College, hosts the third annual St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Benefit Dinner on Friday, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m.

  • Bangs and Grant Receive Mastronardi Leadership Award

    Sophomore Brenna Bangs and senior Kathleen Grant received the College's 2006 Mastronardi Service and Leadership Award for outstanding contributions to community service projects and civic engagement.