Social Justice in the Age of Mass Incarceration: Global & Domestic Perspectives
Cabrini Day is an annual celebration of Cabrini’s heritage and mission, honoring the College’s namesake, Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini, and the College’s foundress, Sister Ursula Infante, MSC.
Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to participate in a day filled with mission-oriented activities. Events for the day focus around a different theme each year.
For more information about this year’s event, contact Andrew Owen, Ph.D., (610-902-1074, firstname.lastname@example.org).
No Day Classes – A Day of Alternate Educational Programming Educational programming in the morning and afternoon of Cabrini Day takes the place of regularly scheduled classes. Classes resume at 4:30PM.
Full participation in Cabrini Day by all members of the campus community—students, faculty, staff, administration, alumni, and trustees—demonstrates our commitment to the mission of the College.
Show Your Cabrini SpiritStudents, faculty, staff, family, alumni, and friends are invited to wear Cabrini College gear or the school colors—blue and white—on Cabrini Day to show their Cabrini pride.
Cabrini Day Agenda
8:30 – 9:00AM: Mass
Bruckmann Memorial Chapel of St. Joseph
9:30 – 10:20AM: The Really Big Quiz Game Show of Doom …and Social Justice Dixon Center Boardroom
10:30 – 11:45AM: Student Presentations - Mass Incarceration & Social Justice Nerney Fieldhouse, Dixon Center
11:45 – 1:30PM: Celebrity Lunch Sponsored by the Wolfington Center, Served by Staff and FacultyCavs Corner, Founder’s Hall
1:45 – 3:30PM: Awards and Keynote Presentation
Marc Mauer, Executive Director of the Sentencing Project
3:30 – 4:30PM: Walk/ Run for Social Change
Begins outside Grace Hall, entrance facing the Mansion
4:35 – 6:00PM: Panel Discussion - “The School to Prison Pipeline: The Effect of Criminal Justice Policies on our Children’s Education”Mansion
7:00 – 9:30PM: Film - City Of God Hosted by the Film & Media LLC Film Festival Iadarola Center Lecture Hall
7:15 – 9:00PM: Panel Discussion - “Collateral Damage: Unforeseen Consequences of Imprisonment in America”