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Serving Food Solutions

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors look at food insecurity from three directions: a description of why so many Americans go hungry, the consequences of being food insecure, and innovative solutions to this national issue.


Domestic Violence

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this web site both to educate Pennsylvania elementary school teachers about Domestic Violence and to give teachers ways to help students living with Domestic Violence.


Youth Voices Rise: the Arab awakening

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this site based on interviews conducted with young people and others involved in the Arab Awakening.

Thanksgiving traditions is more than just a turkey

Thanksgiving has become a time where families and loved ones get together to catchup and feast, also a time for being thankful for the things you have. This is also a time in history where we remember the pilgrims and natives first feast which has become tradition throughout the world. Another tradition that was added onto […]

What are you doing for Christmas break?

With winter break beginning and the start of a long month without school, the only question to ask yourself is, what are you planning to do? Students during the winter break do many things, like working to save up for next semesters book, relax and enjoy the vacation with their families or some even choose […]


Social media help recruit college students

Social media is starting to become an increasingly big platform for advertising to prospective and current college students. With Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat, campuses all around the country are using social media as a form of student recruitment. In recent years social media has become a part of millennium’s daily lives. Many young people […]


Cabrini CRS Ambassadors hold vigil for Syrian refugees

Eleven million people have fled from their homes due to the war in Syria.  400,000 Syrians have been killed.  Most recently reports have come out of Syria that women of Aleppo were killing themselves so they did not have to get raped. According to Catholic Relief Services, half of the 11 million refugees are children.  These […]

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Can the transition to green jobs prove to be beneficial to the U.S.?

Many Americans believe that helping the environment will hurt our economy.  Although generally accepted outside the United States, U.S. politicians and their followers still argue about Climate change.  According to Pew Research, only 20 percent of Republicans believe that climate change is a very serious problem.  This is in stark contrast to 68 percent of […]

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What happened in Aleppo two weeks before Christmas

While I finish up my finals in my dorm, the young people of Aleppo are dying.  While I groan about walking out to my car in freezing temperatures, the people of Aleppo are suffocating from the debri caused by imploded buildings.  While I get ready to go home for a month, the people of Aleppo […]

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Leaving jobs for dreams

In his 1971 best selling song “Imagine,” English musician John Lennon said, “You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.” While Lennon was dreaming of a peaceful world without division of religion and nationality, his lyric can also apply to those who are stuck in steady standstill jobs, afraid to take […]


Advertising professor makes her mark with Cabrini Clio Awards

A majority of college or university professors typically end a semester by giving their classes a final exam and wishing students luck on the rest of their college endeavors. However, professor Pilchik, a marketing and advertising instructor at Cabrini, decided to award one of her last classes by throwing a unique unexpected party.   On […]


A letter to self: there are no redo buttons

This is what a letter would like look to Bridget of August 2016, written by her future self, Bridget of December 2016.   To Bridget of August 2016: I am writing this to you at the bitter end of the semester. I am almost there, which is crazy because it feels like just yesterday I […]


Rethinking New Year resolutions

It is almost that time of the year again. 2017 is right around the corner and with that comes a new year of goals and expectations that you want to accomplish. There are some people who feel as though New Year’s resolutions are a let down and a waste of time while others swear by them. […]

Public Safety: What needs to be changed?

If you are a current student or alumni of Cabrini University, you have probably received at least one or two parking tickets from Public Safety. They are notorious for giving out multiple tickets and even putting boots on people’s cars. As a current third-year student I have luckily not received a parking ticket, but with […]

‘In our shoes..’ the Disability Resource Center stands tall

Video by Molly Seaman, Casey Semenza and Patrick Smith   Coming into the Cabrini community, students are often taught about social justice issues. We are taught to ensure everyone is treated equally and everyone is accepted. However, sometimes a disability can keep students from being apart of a certain event. It is important for the […]


The land of the free and home of the brave?

This past fall you could not watch the news or go online without hearing about Colin Kaepernick or some type of protesting against the national anthem. The San Francisco 49ers quarterback went down on one knee in protest for the first time during the national anthem Aug. 26, 2016 against the Green Bay Packers. The protest was […]

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The journey of a lifetime: 11 countries in 106 days

Ever since I was a senior in high school, I had dreamed of studying abroad. When a Cabrini representative visited my school for an information session, there was a part of the presentation that included study abroad opportunities. From that moment I knew Semester at Sea was something I wanted to participate in during my […]

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Vaping on campus: what’s the hype?

I remember when I was a junior in high school back in Bethlehem, PA. We were all at an age where habits began to form. Some of my friends began smoking cigarettes daily, leaving the school between classes to catch a smoke break. To me this was a disgusting habit. I had experimented with tobacco […]


College: Your most valuable years

College is a very important time in our lives that everyone should take very seriously. I do not think it matters whether you graduate on time or not, it just matters that you get all of your school work done while getting good grades. You are paying so much money to go to school, so you […]


First time voting as a college student

On Nov. 8, Americans decided who they wanted to run their community, state and country. It is a great privilege to live in the United States and be able to have the option to choose who we want to lead our nation whereas citizens of other countries could be killed for trying. That is one […]

Student-athletes balancing sports and homework: Which comes first?

Student-athletes at Cabrini University learn skills like time management when it comes to balancing school work and athletics. These athletes spend long hours at practice and the rest of their time focusing on their academics. The passion these athletes have to be successful resides deeply in their hearts. This is because of their dreams to […]


Cabrini volleyball team blows Keystone out of the water

Coming off with another victory last week, the Cabrini women’s volleyball team came prepared to face Keystone College. In the first quarter, the Cavaliers had a slow start trailing by six points in the first half with the score being 7-13. After the first time out, head coach Eric Schaefer told the players to relax […]

Cabrini athletics appreciate their fans

Though Cabrini is a Division III school, its athletics program has many titles and CSACs to their name. Cabrini’s athletes love what they do and they love the fans that come to their games, it makes doing what they love that much more fun! “The fans that come to our games are awesome. Honestly, they are […]

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Sodexo cook retires after 16 years at Cabrini

Video by Keith Brown and Hayley Curtiss Marcellus Hawkins Jr. (Mr. Marcus or ‘POPS’), a Philadelphia native, has decided it is time to hang up his apron and retire at age 75, after working for Sodexo for 16 years. For the past 16 years, Cabrini has had an extraordinary human being amongst them. If you […]

You can’t handle the truth: The oversensitive millennial generation

Nobody likes to be insulted, oppressed, treated with prejudice or abused, but in our society’s efforts to not offend anyone, has the pendulum swung too far in the other direction that we cannot communicate with each other effectively without fear of offending others? George Carlin, an American comedian, discussed the speech restriction that is known as […]