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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.

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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.

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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.

Meet some of this year’s Who’s Who award recipients

Meet some of this year’s 15 Who’s Who Award recipients. They reflect on their time at Cabrini and what this award means to them. Emily Rowan, Jordan Floyd, Sarah Davis, Jerome Bailey, Missy Matsanka Video by Marissa Roberto, Shannon Finn and Eric Stone. Profiles of Jerome Bailey Jordan Floyd Sarah Davis Casey Semenza Amber Dietrich Jill […]

Who’s Who: Sarah Davis

Video by Marissa Roberto, Shannon Finn and Eric Stone Sarah Davis is a senior at Cabrini University and is from Lancaster, Pa. She is the youngest of five siblings and is a first-generation college student. Davis has done many wonderful things here at the university and has achieved many different goals throughout her years of being […]

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Cost of living in Philadelphia, is it too pricey?

According to Expatistan.com, Philadelphia, Pa., is the 13th most expensive city to live in in North America and 31st most expensive city in the world. Can or should students coming right out of college move into the city? It depends. Costs are typically very high but with a stable job and decent budgeting, city living […]

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Students, at first enraged over lack of housing options, now settled

May the odds be ever in your favor…SERIOUSLY! Imagine waking up one day and realizing you have nowhere to live on campus next year. That is exactly what happened to some students this past Friday during the housing selection. This year, Residence Life changed the order of housing selection by starting with upcoming sophomores, juniors […]

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The harsh realities of suicide

Attention: If you or anyone you know is suicidal, please call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. On March 31st, Netflix released a new series “13 Reasons Why.” This series is based on the book by Jay Asher. The series tells a story of a girl, Hannah Baker, who has committed suicide. She leaves […]

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Write your future: Here at Cabrini University

“Writing is very essential to anything that you’re going to do in life, own a business, work in a corporation, whatever it may be you need to learn how to write,” Saleem Brown, executive director of Write Your Future, said. Write your future is a program dedicated to enhancing the writing skills of high school […]

Cabrini rowing takes on Dad Vail

On May 12th and 13th the Cabrini University women’s rowing team took on the Dad Vail Regatta. This is the largest collegiate regatta in the United States.  It is located right in Cabrini’s back yard at Boathouse Row.  Over 100 colleges and universities from all over including Canada show up to compete. The Cavaliers participated […]

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Syrian Refugee impacts student’s life

This year I met someone who is from the city of Aleppo. He is studying water engineering at Villanova University. He was one of the most humble people I have ever met.  I got the opportunity to spend the day with him in Philadelphia going to the Doctors without Borders exhibit.  I met him once […]

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How climate change impacts livelihoods in Guatemala

Guatemala is one of the most ecologically diverse nations on the planet. It contains a vast abundance of natural resources. Many are unaware, though, how the areas in this region are being impacted by threats from environmental degradation and climate change.   Rural food producers who depend on natural resources face challenges. Meanwhile, Guatemala is an underdeveloped country that is extremely […]

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Who’s Who profile: Erin Kelly

Since the beginning of her freshman year, Erin Kelly has been an active student at Cabrini University. Kelly will graduate this May 2017 with her majors in accounting and finance and with a minor in international business. In the summer and fall of 2017, she plans to return to the university to pursue her master’s degree in […]

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Best friends stay connected during the most difficult times

Just 20 minutes away from Center City Philadelphia resides two inseparable best friends. In the town of Roxborough, Courtney Ameye met someone she calls her sister, Alyssa D’Angelo. Alyssa and Courtney became best friends on Alyssa’s 17th birthday. Both of them have lived in the town of Roxborough  their whole lives. When the two were little […]

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Harry Styles premieres new solo music

A year after One Direction took its hiatus in late 2016, Harry Styles did not focus on his long-rumored solo career. He instead was spotted filming the movie Dunkirk, and stayed mostly out of the public eye. He shocked fans on March 31, 2o17 with an Instagram post announcing he was going to release a single. This single, “Sign of the […]

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Why your education at Cabrini is one of a kind

My last three years at Cabrini have been filled with tears. Tears of happiness, sadness and strength. As I walk down the aisle to receive my degree, all three of those emotions will come together as I remember everything Cabrini has given me. But the most important part that Cabrini has given me was their […]

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Finals are here. Treat yourself!

With finals quickly approaching, life becomes a little more stressful each day. Each day, another assignment gets thrown onto the to do list and with less time to be able to get everything done, it becomes difficult to set some time aside for yourself. Even though this time of the semester can become overwhelming, there […]

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The horror she thought she would never survive

“It was one of those phone calls as a parent that you never want to get.” Monday, April 4, 2005 was the day that changed Nicole Maher’s life forever. On that day she and her boyfriend Brian Meisner were struck by a drunk driver coming home from school. At the time, she was a high […]