Spring 2019

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Open Dialogue

During Orientation, incoming students packed the house in Vasey Theatre for a special performance by the Association for Change and Transformation.

Based on actual Villanova students’ experiences, the Touch of Diversity skit challenges prejudices, encourages uncomfortable conversations and provides space for first-year students to discuss allyship at Villanova.

Since its inception 17 years ago as the senior thesis project of Sean Camoni ’99 CLAS, the skit has continually earned a spot as the highest-rated and most memorable workshop of the Orientation program.

PHOTOS: JOHN SHETRON

A female student in glasses with a yellow shirt and denim shorts, speaking with her hand against her chest
Backs of two female students talking with a male student wearing a gold chain and backwards baseball cap in Vasey Theatre
A male and female student seated and a standing male student in Vasey Theatre all looking at a phone
Two female students seated in Vasey Theatre in conversation and another female student slightly off to the side listening
A female student standing speaking to a crowd in Vasey Theatre with several male and female students seated listening

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