Featured Student Media Projects


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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Electric substation explosion leaves parts of Puerto Rico without power

Efforts to completely restore Puerto Rico’s power was set back after an explosion and fire at an electric substation thrusted much of the U.S. territory into darkness. Electricity has been difficult to supply and stabilize since the hurricanes last fall. The morning of Sept. 17, 2017, the island of Puerto Rico faced one the biggest catastrophes […]

Jordan Krug going against a player from Dickinson
Photo by: Michelle Guerin

Cabrini lacrosse player receives preseason player of the year award

Jordan Krug has dominated the competition since his freshman year at Cabrini University. Recently, Krug was named the 2018 Warrior/US lacrosse Division III Preseason Player-of-the-Year. This is a very prestigious award as Krug is only the 3rd student-athlete in Cabrini University’s history to be named of the award. In 2016, Krug made his mark by […]


Domestic violence not just women’s issue, panel says

Dr. Karen Hudson experienced a tragedy that is every mother’s worst nightmare: the loss of a child. In 2015, Upper Darby police officer Mark Hudson was shot and killed by his girlfriend in his home. Hudson reached out to Lutheran Settlement House and helped create a short documentary to tell her son’s story in hopes […]

Photo by Coraline Pettine.

Young runaways, immigrants more likely to become trafficking victims

According to the Congressional Research Service, there are more than 1 million homeless youth living without supervision on the streets, in abandoned homes and buildings, in shelters, with friends or even with strangers every year. This estimation is considered to be lower than the actual number of homeless youth because this demographic is difficult to track. […]


North and South Korea unite as one team during the 2018 Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing in PyeongChang, South Korea. The games began on Feb. 9, with an opening ceremony that surprised viewers. North and South Korea, while divided as countires, marched under a united flag of Korea. The flag depicted the peninsula of both Korea’s.   The decision was made on Jan. 17, 2018 for the North and South Korean teams to march together. North […]

Photo credits: Body image collision. Learn to love yourself no matter what shape or size.

‘Fat shaming’ a social norm

According to Bullying Statics, “Fat shaming, also referred to as body shaming, is an act in which individuals are judged negatively based on their physical appearance. Generally, men and women are fat-shamed if they appear ‘overweight’ or don’t fit the idyllic image of ‘thin and beautiful.’” Some individuals will use any opportunity they have to […]

Sports Source Editorial Column

Sports Source: Get ready for March Madness

Every year, when the calendar changes from February to March, sports fans across the United States are prepared for the most iconic event in college athletics, the NCAA Tournament. Dubbed “March Madness,” the NCAA Tournament is comprised of 68 Division I NCAA institutions. The hype for the tournament builds as the regular seasons come to […]

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Credit cards more like debt cards

When I was younger, I was always that kid in the grocery store that begged her parents to be able to slide their credit card at the end of the order. Sliding that card meant that you were acting like a grown up. Now, at the age of 21, it is the total opposite when […]

Comic by Eric Stone

Americans fight the battle against the trade war

Imagine finally being confident in voting for a president who supports your field of work only to find out a year and a half later that you could possibly lose the job you have had your whole life. This is happening to millions of blue-collar workers all across the United States as the trade war […]

Photo by Michelle Guerin.

Basketball coaches reveal their formulas to success

Cabrini’s basketball teams have been very successful this year, causing everyone to wonder where this success comes from? Both coaches Kathleen Pearson and Timothy McDonald have been named a CSAC coach of the year. We reached out to them to dive deeper into how they manage to do it. Why were you named a CSAC […]

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Cav-A-Thon hosts ‘Spirit Night’ at Chick-fil-A

On March 6 Cabrini students decided to “eat more chicken” to raise money for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The committee of Cav-A-Thon are working with Chick fil-A. Every purchase a person made, 15 percent went towards CHOP and the overall fundraiser. Chick-fil-A’s website allowed students to reach out to the company and request a donation to […]

AR-15. Photo from Wikimedia Commons.

What is the need for an AR-15?

By no means do I believe that guns should be completely wiped off the face of the planet, but there does come a point where a discussion needs to happen on what guns should be readily available to the public. Take a look at some of the statistics regarding mass shootings in the United States […]

Graphic by Hope Daluisio.

Domestic violence in the NFL: still passive in progressive age

Football is regarded a classic American pastime and is beloved by millions of fans. Many people have a certain team that they love and are loyal to, as well as certain players they root for; however an epidemic has spread around the football universe, and it has been oddly specific and reoccurring. Domestic violence is […]

Photo from Wikimedia Commons.

Young adults favor coffee

Sixty-four percent of U.S. adults start off ever day by waiting anxiously to take a lovely sip of that freshly brewed pot every morning before the day begins. Nearly two-thirds of Americans 18 years of age and older drink at least one cup of coffee day, according to Gallup. This trend is especially present among millennials. […]

Graphic by Coraline Pettine.

Fans hesitant about Disney streaming service

Last August, it was announced that Disney would be pulling its titles from the streaming service Netflix. For a few months, Disney has been publicly discussing intentions to launch a streaming service of its own. Earlier this month, Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger said that while the company still plans to launch its own streaming service, […]

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Netflix’s ‘Neo Yokio’ receives mixed reviews

  “I absolutely love it. It has as unique feel to it. It appeals to a certain group of people who find this type of humor hilarious,” Victoria Whalen, junior at Chapman University and media communications major, said. “It’s not your stereotypical anime, so it’s something new and refreshing to watch.” The first season of […]

The cover art for Culture II. Featuring Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff

‘Culture II’ climbs charts, falls flat with fans

The group known for their smashing hit singles “Bad and Boujee” and “Versace,” their forever-memorable triplet rapping style and their ability to make a song out of almost anything, the Migos, recently released a new album. “Culture II” is the follow-up to their previous album, “Culture.” The album is doing decent economically, but how does […]


Should the voting age be lowered?

In the wake of tragedy, kids are ready to fight. After the horrific act of violence at Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 students and faculty members were killed, the students are calling for change. At the front lines, students are calling out politicians and advocating for gun control. Since they are high school students, many are not old enough to vote. This begs […]


College Survival Guide: Credit cards

Spiders. Clowns. Heights. Darkness. Death. These are some of the most commonly considered fears. Death especially can be a frightening thought. The fear of the unknown afterlife is one that affects 68 percent of people, according to Statistic Brian. But according to a survey by the financial-advice website Credible, young adults fear one thing more […]

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Philadelphia perfect fit for Amazon

Back in September, Amazon announced plans to build a second headquarters in North America, labeled the HQ2. Along with this announcement, nearly every major city in North America submitted a bid to Amazon, resulting in over 200 bids being submitted. Just a few weeks ago, Amazon released a list of the top twenty cities that it […]