Zykierah Dennis, a sophomore Criminal Justice and Psychology major, attended a R.I.S.E. workshop on Social Identity earlier this semester. Below, she talks about her experience and why she thinks its important for students to attend these workshops and its relevance … Continue reading A Student’s Take on R.I.S.E. – Zykierah Dennis
As we continue to process our feelings regarding the polarity in our country and within our communities that was a result of our election process while simultaneously endeavoring on in our everyday business of life, work, school, etc. we pause to reflect on the HOW. As we approach the conclusion of our fall semester let’s channel the energy we’ve felt (both positive & negative) in meaningful ways that move us towards that HOW- living and working on purpose. The Office of Student Diversity Initiatives would like to remind some (and point out for others) that what we have been dealing … Continue reading End of Semester Message from OSDI
For Cabrini Day 2016, Student Leader Ahtziry Lopez-Santiago created a project in her Foundations of Education course at Cabrini University entitled “Undocumented Immigrants” that focuses on the educational experiences and perspectives of one undocumented student and a teacher. With her permission, we posted her project here. Student Hello my name is Ale, short for Alejandra. I am junior at the University, I am a 3.97 student, I have many leadership roles on campus and I am Undocumented. I moved to the United States when I was 4 and have been in the US ever since. I refuse to let my … Continue reading “Undocumented Immigrants” – A Student Project (Cabrini Day 2016)
“The leaves on our fingerprint tree represent our colors of diversity. Just like no two fingerprints on earth are alike, no two personal experiences are alike. Thus, the tree signifies that while we are unique – like a leaf or … Continue reading Welcome to our Cabrini CommUNITY Class of 2020!
Check out this blog post written by diversity leader and ALANA Community Scholar Vanessa Lawrence-Fulton about being bi-racial, family, and social justice. This article was originally posted on The Odyssey Online and re-posted here with permission from the author. Continue reading Student Post: An Open Letter to my Mother
Yesterday, at the Cabrini Student Leaders Awards Banquet, Student Diversity Leaders Zykierah Dennis and Cali-Ani Diaz received awards as the Student Diversity Office Emerging Leader of the Year and the Student Diversity Office Leader of the Year awards (respectively). For … Continue reading Congratulations to Zykierah Dennis and Cali-Ani Diaz!