Enter the Haunted Mansion – If You Dare! On Friday, Oct. 31, 7 p.m. in the Mansion, CAP Board invites students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members to celebrate Halloween by walking through the “haunted” mansion.
For more information, contact Lisa Podolsky (610-902-8755, email@example.com).
Register for the One-Credit Course, “Faculty on Parade” On Saturday, Nov. 1, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. in the Widener Center Lecture Hall, all Cabrini students are welcome to attend the one-credit, History and Political Science Club Forum: “Faculty on Parade.” Featured speakers include:
Registration by Oct. 31 is required. To register, speak to your academic advisor.
For more information, contact Courtney Smith, Ph.D. (610-902-8335, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Be a Hero – Give Blood On Nov. 3, 10 a.m.–3:45 p.m. in the Grace Hall Atrium, students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to give blood at the annual Cabrini Blood Drive.
Blood cannot be replicated in a laboratory, so it must be donated by extraordinary people like you! Each donation potentially saves three lives.
Registration is required by Friday, Oct. 31. To register, visit www.redcrossblood.org, call Cabrini Health Services (610-902-8400), or visit the information table outside Cavs Corner the week of Oct. 27.
Register for Spring 2015 Classes Registration for the spring semester is approaching. Registration for undergraduate and graduate classes opens at 7 a.m. on the below dates:
Students need written approval from their advisor when visiting the Cavalier Express Center for assistance with registration.
For more information, visit www.cabrini.edu/Registrar or contact Anita Brusstar (610-902-8546, email@example.com).
Apply to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges Until Friday, Dec. 5, seniors who are prospective graduates for December 2014 or May 2015, and who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, are invited to apply for the 2014-15 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Award. The award recognizes scholarship, leadership and service. Applications are available in the Office of Residence Life (Founder’s Hall, Room 113). Seniors should have received an email to their Cabrini accounts. All completed applications should be delivered to Office of Residence Life. Don’t wait! The deadline for submitting applications is Dec. 5. If you would like to apply but require additional time to submit the application and request a recommendation, you can request an extension by contacting Lorraine Verde (610-902-8410, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Busy Person's Retreat Sunday, Nov. 9 through Thursday, Nov. 13, the Cabrini community is invited to a Busy Person's Retreat. A Busy Person’s Retreat is a chance for those with hectic schedules to take a step back from everyday routines.
Over four days, participants will make time throughout each day for 30 minutes of personal prayer (they will be emailed materials to help with personal prayer), and 30 minutes of meeting with a guide (at a mutually convenient place, on or off campus). All experiences of prayer, spirituality, and faith are welcome! Registration is required. To register, or for more information, contact Matt Kaehler (610-902-8408, email@example.com).
Philosophical Panel Discussion on Religion On Monday, Nov. 10, 7:30–9 p.m. in the Mansion Dining Room, the Cabrini community is invited to a panel discussion, “Does Religion Make the World a Better Place?” Are you interested in discussing religion in a new context? Do you believe religion is the ultimate determinate of values and morals in any given society? Or do you think that religion is not the basis of what makes a good person good? If you have questions about theism, atheism, or anything in between, this is the place to bring them. This free event is sponsored by Philosophy Club. For more information, contact Danton Moyer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Order Your Class Rings From Monday, Nov. 10 to Wednesday, Nov. 12, 11 a.m.–3 p.m., outside of the Bookstore in Jazzman’s Café, students and alumni are invited to meet with a Herff Jones representative to order a Cabrini Class Ring. There will be samples on hand! For more information, visit www.herffjones.com or contact Bill Briddes (610-902-8526, email@example.com).
Cabrini Spirit Photo Contest The Wolfington Center invites the Cabrini community to participate in a photo contest to best capture Cabrini Spirit leading up to Cabrini Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11.
Submitted photos will be reviewed by a panel of judges, and winners’ photos will be enlarged and displayed in the Wolfington Center and may be printed in select Cabrini College publications. All photos are due by Friday, Nov. 7 at 5 p.m. Winners will be announced on Nov. 14. For more information, contact Matt Kaehler (610-902-8408, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sign up NOW for Two Cabrini Day Events
Tuesday, Nov. 11 is Cabrini Day, an annual celebration of the College’s heritage and mission.
If you plan to attend Cabrini Day’s Walk/Run for Social Change, and/or the Dinner and Service Event, please register now at https://cabriniday2014.eventbrite.com.
The entire Cabrini community is welcome to attend and participate in these free events, sponsored by Cabrini Day Planning Committee.
3:30–4:30 p.m.: Walk/Run for Social Change around Cabrini College campus All members of the Cabrini community are encouraged to don their sneakers and walk/run on a one-mile loop around campus to raise their own awareness of homelessness and mental health.
5–7 p.m.: Dinner and Service in the Mansion Dining Room Serve adult homeless men and women in Montgomery County by working with members of the campus community to package personal hygiene items collected by Cabrini’s Administrative Leadership Team (ALT). These items will be packaged and given to CHOC, the Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center in Norristown. Members of CHOC will engage participants in informal conversations about homelessness during the dinner and service event.
Get the full details about Cabrini Day events at www.cabrini.edu/CabriniDay or @CabriniDay on Twitter.
For more information, contact Dawn Francis (email@example.com, 610-902-8379).
RA Interest Meeting – Join the Family On Wednesday, Nov. 5, 9–10 p.m. in East Residence Hall, students are invited to an information session about becoming a Resident Assistant (RA) at Cabrini College. Come find out what it takes to be an RA at Cabrini College. Speak to current RAs and get your questions answered! This free event is sponsored by Residence Life. For more information, contact Akirah Massenburg (610-902-8410, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ski Trip – Mont Tremblant, Quebec Jan. 4–10, 2015, Cabrini Recreation invites the Cabrini community (ages 18 and older) to the annual Canada ski trip to the slopes of Mont Tremblant in Quebec.
To learn more about Mont Tremblant, visit www.tremblant.ca.
For more information, contact Orlin Jespersen (610-902-3909, email@example.com).
See ‘Shakespeare on the Green’ Beginning Thursday, Nov. 6, Cabrini Theatre presents “Shakespeare on the Green,” a fun, frantic, and slightly fractured introduction to the works of Shakespeare. The show is a condensed presentation of “Taming of the Shrew,” “King Lear,” “Comedy of Errors,” and “A Winter's Tale.” It's a delightful evening for people who love Shakespeare, and for those who have yet to make up their minds. Performances in the Grace Hall Theater:
Free tickets are available in the SEaL Office or by calling 610-902-8328. For information about the Cabrini Theatre, contact Thomas Stretton, Ed.D. (610-902-8328, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Donate Travel-Size Products for Homeless
From now until Tuesday, Nov. 11, donate travel-sized personal hygiene products and toiletries to support the Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center in Norristown. Cash donations will go to purchase of products.
Faculty and students may donate any item; staff members are asked to contribute based on their division:
Supplies can be dropped into collection boxes:
Cash donations can be dropped in locked boxes:
Gift cards to Target, Walmart, Dunkin Donuts, McDonald’s, and grocery stores also are welcomed and can be submitted to Diane Crompton (Mansion, Room 22) or Kathy Johnson (Founder’s Hall, Room 95 in the Disability Resource Center).