Hilbert has a new club: the Law Society Club.
Meet Corey Boice, member of the 2017 Scribe staff.
Meet Amanda Figueroa, a member of the 2017 Scribe staff.
By Kashyah Williams The Never Miss Dance team raised $1,690 for Roswell Park Cancer Institute at the club’s hosted annual 50 … More
Each place that we visit is fun and informative; however, as a club, we have a bad habit that we cannot seem to break. We always tend to get lost. For instance, the time we took what was supposed to be a fun trip to Griffis Sculpture Park.
Every fall semester, Hilbert’s Office of Mission Integration and Campus Ministry schedule a week full of activities for students called St. Francis Week, created to bring us back to the Franciscan values that the college was founded on.
A new Director of Student Activities, Jessica Todd, was appointed this year at Hilbert.
Hilbert Horizons, the college’s literary magazine whose content is entirely student-generated with poems, short stories, drawings, and photographs, has already started hosting events to garner submissions, and the deadline is fast approaching.
The Franciscan Spirit Club hosted the year’s first Agape Latte early last month. Jeff Papia opened with a talk about what Agape meant and how it is about selfless love and was brought up in thought about hearing from those who teach the students.
Jennifer Thompson-Cannino is an advocate for judicial reform as well as a member of the North Carolina Actual Innocence Commission. Jennifer is one of the authors in Picking Cotton, a rape survivor, and a mother of three