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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.

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Before I graduate…

I hope this story will resonate with many readers from many different paths in life.  Whether you’re a senior in college like me with only three months left of the four years of hard work, friendships and life experiences college has given you, or if you’re someone who has been out of school for quite […]

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Cabrini community reacts to Trump’s inauguration

Video by Brian Nestel and Angelina Miller   The Cabrini community was no different from the rest of the country in having very mixed emotions after Donald Trump was elected into office and inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2017. For many students on campus, this was their first experience being able to vote for a president […]

New music radar: Jon Bellion

A mixture of hip-hop and R&B, with blends of pop and indie rock, Jon Bellion is an artist who can no longer be ignored by the music world. With beats that groove and great storytelling within his songs, Bellion’s style is an unfamiliar one to pop music, which truly sets him apart. Bellion was born […]

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Drunk texting: A college student’s worst nightmare

Technology is a wonderful thing… most of the time. As a global community, the world can find the answer to almost any question in the click of a button. Humans have been sent to space, surgeons can perform surgery with minimal incisions and yet technology can backfire and create awkwardness. Yeah, that is right. You […]

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Cabrini unofficially claims Guinness World Records™ title at Sox for 60 event

Video by Jess DiProspero and Rahmere Griffin   In honor of Cabrini University’s 60th Anniversary, the community attempted to break a Guinness World Record™ for the largest single-location sock drive in eight hours. The previous record is 2,459 socks. The Cabrini community unofficially claimed that record by collecting a total of 3,916 socks in Grace Hall on […]

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Your college experience is in your hands

When I first found out I would be a commuter my freshman year of college, you can bet that I was hugely disappointed. As someone who thrives off of social interaction, it was a depressing idea that I would be stuck at home for possibly my entire college experience. All of my friends were headed […]

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Tips to stay semi-sane while balancing life

Video by Keith Brown and Hayley Curtiss   If you were to ask a junior at any college or university across the country if they have a lot of time on their hands, the majority of them would say no. Long nights, early mornings, and A LOT of caffeine. But, what happens when you throw […]

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Cabrini University’s new drug testing policy

  According to the NCAA student-athlete substance use study,  ‘Of the student-athletes surveyed, 9% reported using ADHD medication without a prescription.’   Cabrini University recently instated a new drug testing policy. This drug test is mandatory for all student-athletes. It is conducted randomly. According to the Cabrini University athletic directory, “Student-athletes will be selected for […]

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Cabrini basketball: Tyheim Monroe scores 1,000th point

Tyheim Monroe joined the 1,000-point club during Cabrini’s game against Montclair State University on Dec. 30, 2017. The 37th Roosevelt’s 21st Greyhound Classic First Round Game took place in Bethlehem, Pa. Monroe had a total of 26 points during this game. “We knew going in that Tyheim was close. He had a good game and got […]

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Softball Preseason: Cabrini looks to end CSAC title drought

Before you know it, spring will be here. With that comes the start of Cabrini’s spring athletic season. One team to really look out for is Cabrini’s women’s softball team. The Cabrini Cavaliers added several different freshmen to the roster this season with the hopes of heading in the right direction and making it back […]

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Athletes are confusing field position with a political position

This year has been a rollercoaster in terms of politics. Some individuals were confusing their position on the field with a position in politics. An athlete, according to Google, is a person who is proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise. There are multiple levels among the athletic community in terms of ability, […]

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The psychology behind the unknown

The Big Questions As we get older, we begin to ask ourselves the big questions: who are we? Why are we here? What is the point of existence? One of the more pressing questions that has arisen more and more in recent years, however, is the idea that we may not be completely alone in […]

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Should I go to Law school? Cabrini can guide this decision

In Founders Hall at Cabrini University, students and faculty members gathered for a visit from Widener University Delaware Law School where they conducted a mock trial. The trial was lead by Dean Rod Smolla who presented a case to the students who acted as a court and presented questions to Smolla about the case leading […]

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Clay Anders: Putter by day, skater by night

Typically, a majority of families will take time out of their busy lives to bond by going to a movie, visiting an amusement park or simply sitting around a kitchen table for dinner. Although, others such as junior marketing major David Clay Anders are fortunate enough to have a mutual love for sports that bring […]

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The Travel Ban explained

President Trump’s travel ban has left many confused on what the ban actually means and how it will affect refugees and people with green cards and visas. Trump’s order titled, “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States,” has had many people asking questions and concerned for others trying to get into […]

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The 14th day of February

Xoxo love hearts and kisses. Seems to be the only “holiday” around this time of the year. Feb. 14, known to most as Valentine’s Day, is a man-made holiday loved and hated by many. When people are asked about the holiday, the reaction is always unexpected. “When I hear Valentine’s Day I think of presents but I’ll […]

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A single person’s guide to Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air! That’s right, it’s officially Valentine’s Day. Store isles are vibrant with pink plush items and heart- shaped everything. Many know this day as the end of “cuffing season,” as they have faced the cold winter months together and can now fully embrace the most romantic day of the year.   […]

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Body Image Coalition celebrates Galentine’s Day

Valentines Day is a day for all couples to go out and celebrate a night of romance. There are those who are single who do not particularly care for this holiday mostly because they do not have a special someone to share their day with. The Body Image Coalition planned an event called Galentines day. The evening event […]

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Humans unsheltered: Homelessness, cold feet and the Joy of Sox

As the temperature dropped to bitter single digits and the snowflakes began to fall on a dark winter night, Cabrini University students fell asleep warm in their beds dreaming of waking up to the first snow day of the year. On that very same night, homeless men and women in Philadelphia sought protection from the […]

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Spring Involvement Fair encourages students to get involved

Grace Hall was filled with laughter and excitement on Jan. 24 between the hours of 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. The Involvement Fair was organized by the center for Student Engagement and Leadership, also known on campus as (SEaL). Getting involved in student organizations on campus allow students to build relationships and friendships with one another. […]

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Starting in 2018 Pennsylvania state ID’s will not meet Homeland Security’s approval for travel

A new federal law will be implemented in Jan. 2018 making Pennsylvania and other various state IDs invalid for all air travel, federal buildings, military bases and nuclear power plants. Citizens with a Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Washington or Pennsylvania identification cards starting on Jan. 22, 2018 will be required to […]

Sports information director gets new position

In his sixth year at Cabrini, David Howell has just been named Athletics Communication Director in the university’s athletic department. This entails being responsible for the day-to-day public relations efforts for the Cabrini Athletic Department. Howell also serves as the primary media contact for the Cavaliers, maintains the department’s web site – www.cabriniathletics.com – and coordinates all game […]