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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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Scott Pruitt’s new EPA: for better or for worse?

Scott Pruitt, attorney general of Oklahoma, is now the head of the Environmental Protection Agency after President Trump’s nomination. Pruitt’s past with the EPA has not always been a positive one, but with his new position, critics are concerned if he is the right man for the job. Some organizations are also choosing not to […]


Students find it is never too early for summer

Summer, summer, summer. The semester just started, yet college students want to scream. Shopping for the summer can be so hectic. Though it is winter, so many stores are already sending out summer deals and winter clothes are now on sale. Everyone gets so excited around this time and feels like there is actually hope that […]


Are passion and anger different?

Passion and anger can go hand in hand. Many times people mistake me for being angry because of my tone of voice or even my facial expressions. I realized this a few days ago when I was having a conversation with one of my classmates and he suddenly asked me the question, “Why you always […]


Stream it or go out and see it?

In the past year, I have only gone to the movie theaters a handful of times. It gets too expensive to go there. A ticket at the movie theater where I live costs about $12.00 then after buying a popcorn, drink and candy it’s almost a $25.00 trip per person. When it comes to going […]

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Stop trying to be Harley and be Jessica

One in three women and one in four men have been physically abused by their significant other, according to a report by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Domestic abuse is a serious and prevalent issue. We know the warning signs. We know to seek help if we are in one and to reach out […]

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Where will Cabrini play ball?

In just a couple of weeks Cabrini’s spring sports season will be upon us. This means that the inaugural men’s baseball team will take the field for the first time in Cabrini’s 60-year history.  One of the major questions that many Cabrini sports fans had was where would the team play ball. The questions have been answered as Cabrini University’s […]

Men’s lacrosse team lends a helping hand in the community

Members of the men’s lacrosse team swung by a recently repurposed home in Swarthmore on Feb. 4, 2017. Their efforts pushed towards the completion of HEADstrong’s Nick’s House, which will serve as a home for out-of-town families that are here for cancer treatments. Accompanying head coach Steve Colfer, was Riley White, Patrick Regan, Riley Michaels, […]


Marchers take a stand on climate change

  Video by Anna Laquintano   “Climate action is under attack and we must take a stand to continue the efforts we’ve pledged under the Paris Climate Agreement! Now more than ever, action must be taken to preserve our living planet; not just for us, but for our future generations,” reads the website of Pennsylvania […]

Engagements with the Common Good

Engagements with the common good courses further Cabrini’s mission

‘Engagements with the Common Good,’ is a common phrase that all current Cabrini University students and alumni know too well. For those who do not know what this phrase means, it is a course that is implemented into Cabrini’s curriculum. The course is a way to teach its mission, “Education of the Heart.” There are […]

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Cabrini adds principal certification through a shared $1.27 million grant

Last September, Cabrini University, LaSalle University and Eastern University were awarded a shared grant by the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Bureau of School Leadership and Teacher Quality (BSLTQ). The three universities are receiving this resource as part of the Eligible Partnership Grant Program. This $1.27 million dollar grant is divided equally among the three institutions to […]

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Sodexo accommodates students with dietary needs

Cabrini University ensures students with dietary restrictions have multiple food options to meet their needs. Tracy Eells, Cabrini’s dining services general manager, explained that Sodexo makes it a point that the needs of the students are met. Signs listing nutritional information are available at every station in CAVS Corner. Students with allergies are able to inquire about the ingredients at any […]


Overcoming my fear of the unknown: Standing with Syrian refugees

It has been approximately four weeks since the release of President Trump’s executive order on the national ban of immigrants and refugees from seven countries. Catholic Relief Services, a non-profit organization that provides assistance to those in need, was founded over 70 years ago to assist World War II refugees from violence. Today is no different […]

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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 […]


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 […]


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 […]

Being a commuter helped me to discover who my true friends are.

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 […]