college was a-mazing. it's probably in my best interest not to share too much here. . .Cabrini was like Vegas - what happened there - stays there.
here are the facts: I went to Cabrini College in Radnor, PA. I majored in Accounting and graduated with the class of 1990.
Thanks to the internet (and Al Gore) i keep in touch with a pretty impressive number of people I knew in college - my year and the years around us.
The absolute BEST thing about college, was that Cabrini was like a community - like family. It was small - everyone knew everyone else (and their business). You got to know your professors and the rest of the college staff. You knew where everything was - you could walk from one side of the 100 rolling acres (they have since found a few more acres) to the other in a matter of minutes.
A car was nice - but not necessary. You could walk to the Wayne Tavern - even in a snowstorm. There was pool - but it wasn't for students. Nuns lived on campus.
I played God one year in an Irish Minstrel show . . .there is ALL kinds of irony to that story - almost as much as the next year, when I was assigned the part of a nun. The lovely Doc Feighen who headed up the project went to the trouble of securing ACTUAL Nun vestments. . .I told him it was probably best if we kept them off my body - we didn't want any spontaneous combustion or lightning strikes.
i didn't play sports - i was in the accounting club (hard to believe no?) I belonged to kappa sigma omega (a service club NOT sorority) and gave campus tours to prospective students. I was voted class flirt, most hook ups and best dressed by my fellow classmates (thank you for 2 of the 3!) Six out of 7 days, I wouldn't trade my experiences there (good and bad) for anything in the world.
|my college yearbook picture|
i truly could go on - it could be a a blog all of it's own - My Cabrini Life.
i still keep in touch - returning for reunions and events. i served as President of the Alumni Board for 2 years and served as a board member for 2 years prior to that. I was our Class Agent for more than 10 years.
|a Cabrini event I brought Ryan to|
so that was college - in a nutshell.
there's plenty of time to join in the summer blog camp fun at Creating Motherhood!
catch you soon -