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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.

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How are other students earning money?

Every year, college students around the United States struggle to pay for books, food, tuition and daily life necessities. Even the small things like a cup of coffee begin to add up when paying for things becomes a challenge. Because every student is brought up in different financial situations, each individual has their own ways of […]

Those who attended the conference were encouraged to fill out a worksheet with strategies towards community ideas and assisting towards solutions to health problems. Photo by Eric Stone.

Obesity and hunger: different, yet connected

Childhood obesity and hunger are two of the leading public health issues in the nation. These topics are usually addressed separately as two different topics in a variety of organizations and by representatives. The Convergence of Childhood Obesity and Hunger: Moving to Action symposium subverted the stigma by combining two of the topics together, treating them […]

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Robots taking over mankind and possibly our jobs

As we enter into a more digital age, the use of humans in the workplace is becoming obsolete. As computers and tech services become more advanced with each coming year, it only seems to make sense that humans would no longer be needed for certain jobs. But what does that mean for the future? Only […]


Saint Patrick’s Day 2017, what to do?

Saint Patrick’s Day is a traditional and religious celebration in honor and remembrance of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. On March 17th every year, people across the world, Irish or not, celebrate the patron saint of Ireland in many different ways. When speaking to different people, you often hear that this day is […]

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Women’s history month calls for a Brawny-woman

A key theme in the coming of 2017 has been the fight for women. Their equality and rights are humanities for which they are still fighting. From the Women’s March in January to the 2017 Forward Feminism Conference  being held by the National Organization for Women in June, steps are being taken to increase and correct the […]


Hip-Hop and R&B fans: Welcome 6LACK, pronounced “black”

The qualities and features that draw a person to an artist and turns them into listeners can be a difficult process, especially for a young artist. To essentially take the path less traveled by and create music true to the musician’s passion, intended purpose, soul and artistry is even more of a struggling feat, especially […]


God is still speaking

Video by Eric Stone Jennifer Timmerman, senior sociology major at Eastern University, has suffered through tension and turmoil within the Catholic church and the Christian religion in general for years. Those who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or queer have not been accepted by all Christian denominations, despite the recent and progressive legalization of gay marriage […]


This is not a drill

The topic of fire drills have come into conversation recently regarding whether or not they help students be aware of the possibility of a fire on campus. As fire drills are regularly practiced in grade schools and high schools, it would seem that the average person would be conditioned to know what to do when […]

Syrian refugees face uncertain future in US

One in 10 people let into the United States this past year was a refugee.  The United States lets about one million lawful permanent residents in each year. Of that, about 85,000 were refugees from all over the world. A refugee, according to the United Nations, is someone “fleeing conflict or persecution.” The ceiling for […]

Cabrini hosts first annual skating party: “This is How We Roll”

On Saturday March 18th, Cabrini University’s Student Engagement and Leadership organization hosted their first annual skating party, “This is how we roll.”  The event was hosted in The Dixon Center and lasted from 8 p.m.-12 a.m. Students, faculty and alumni were all invited to join this fun night which included not only skating but tons […]

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Beauty and the Beast: The Lefou controversy

In the upcoming movie Beauty and the Beast, there is discussion about one of the characters being openly gay. The character everyone is buzzing about is Gaston’s chubby, fun-loving side kick, Lefou. I think this is great and should be welcomed always whether it be in the music industry, film and etc. The world is […]

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Grammy’s: Is race really the issue?

The recent Beyonce snub at the 59th annual Grammy Awards for album of the year has been causing controversy in the music world, causing some naysayers to throw the phrase “systemic racism” into the topic of discussion. Pitchfork media, the self-proclaimed most trusted voice in music, called the Grammys a “scripted event.” Such a statement would […]


Money burns a bigger hole in our pocket than flex

Why do we do it? As a current student ambassador for Cabrini’s Office of Admissions, one thing that I have grown to learn is how eager prospective students and their families can be to get to the cafeteria portion of our campus tour. Typically, after I explain all of the stations of our cafeteria, a […]

Living a double life: College student and Youtuber

Living a double life: College student and Youtuber

Being a student in college is possibly one of the hardest things one could go through education wise. There are so many challenges students face in college like deadlines from multiple classes, making time for studying and finding some way to fit rest somewhere in between all of that. My college experience so far has […]

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Sesame Street introduces newest muppet friend: Julia, who has autism

Sesame Street, a television show that aired for more than 50 years ago, decided to take on a new project, introducing their newest muppet friend Julia, who has autism.   Throughout the years, Sesame Street has taken on the challenges of addressing subjects such as death, disability, skin color and prejudice. Jeanette Betancourt, Sesame Workshop’s […]

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Cabrini rowing team ready to come back into the new season with a bang

The fall semester marked the first in Cabrini University history for its rowing team. Serving as a learning experience, the team hopes to continue its development and improve “Rowing revolves around teamwork, and I think our fall season really helped to create a stronger team and lots of friendships,” Lauren Markowitz said. “Sometimes negative times approach […]


Cabrini alumni assisting in athletics

They say experience makes for the best teacher, and here at Cabrini, alumni with experience in the athletic program are welcomed back to share those experiences with the next crop of athletes. Cabrini offers 19 athletic avenues to its students, with many of these teams having multiple assistant coaching positions filled by alumni. One team that […]


Connecting with Cabrini alumni

Kristen Mariana graduated from Cabrini College in 2009. Mariana spent her time at Cabrini majoring in psychology and minoring in history. When not studying, Mariana also was a part of psychology club, Psi Chi, the international honor society for psychology, and Phi Alpha Theta, the international honor society for history. After graduating from Cabrini, Mariana […]

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Cabrini men’s lacrosse rolls to 102nd straight conference victory

Video by Brian Nestel Cabrini’s 2017 made history with their latest victory, a dominant showing over the Rosemont Ravens. The Blue and white recorded their 102nd consecutive Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) win under head coach Steve Colfer. With the 20-1 conference-opening win at Edith Robb Dixon Field, Tuesday, Mar. 21, the Cavaliers improved to […]


The trees have eyes

“Never shall I forget that night, the first night in camp, which has turned my life into one long night, seven times cursed and seven times sealed….Never shall I forget those moments which murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to dust. Never shall I forget these things, even if I am […]


Beauty & The Beast review

The live-action “Beauty and the Beast” was released on March 17, 2017 and made over $170 million opening weekend. The movie pretty much follows the plot of Disney’s 1991 movie. A curse on the castle, Belle taking her father’s place, an eventual love story and what an emotional finale. But, there are additions. There are […]

Golf teams are teeing off in hopes of becoming CSAC champions

Golf season is quickly approaching and the players are ready to get back on the green with their eyes on one prize: the Colonial State Athletics Conference (CSAC) championship. The recently released CSAC preseason coaches poll ranks Cabrini’s men’s golf team as the one to win the CSAC championship this season above Marywood, Rosemont and […]

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Cabrini Cavalier athlete inspirations

A love for sports is something that can passed down as it’s natural for mothers and fathers who’ve participated in them to introduce their children to them. Others just happen to gravitate towards sports on their own. Either way, it’s always interesting to hear how athletes got their starts take inspiration from. Ryan Givens, a […]


Her body, her choice

Americans. Women are concerned about a potential reduction in areas that pertain to women’s health care. The Past From the first Women’s Rights Convention in 1848 to the Women’s March on Washington in 2017, women have scratched and clawed and fought their way to achieve equality with their male counterparts. The 1920s brought the right […]