A civil rights pioneer and leader of the Cambridge Movement spoke of retaliation and social justice during the challenging time when races fought for freedom and equal rights. “Demonstrations were illegal, picketing was illegal, but after that was over and at night, don’t come in and try to burn down my house,” activist Gloria Richardson, the […]
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This week, we see how students can learn useful networking tips from alumni, an exclusive interview with Director of Athletics, Brad Koch, as well as the recent Battle of the Chef’s event and an interview with the 2014 Ivy Young Willis honoree, Sister Simone Campbell.
The Ivy Young Willis Award was presented to alumna Joan M. Buzzallino of the class of 1996 in a ceremony at the Mansion on March 21.
William G. Willis founded the award as a means to honor his late wife, whose work in Pittsburgh, Pa. paved the way for reading to be taught on public television.
With a commitment to social justice and all those who carry that mantle, Cabrini College honored the Montgomery County District Attorney with an award and guest speaking opportunity for their exemplary work in the field of justice and the community.
Pat Ciarrocchi, anchor of CBS 3 Eyewitness news was presented with the 2011 Ivy Young Willis Award amidst Cabrini students, faculty, the Willis family and other members of the community.