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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.


Cavaliers ready for CSAC rivals

There is nothing in sports like a good old-fashion rivalry game. The tension picks up along with the intensity, the electricity can be felt in the air. Being that Cabrini is in the CSAC conference, they have 11 teams that stand in their way of their ultimate goal of a championship. The history of the […]


Meet Cabrini’s notable Nearys

At the helm:  From field hockey, to lacrosse, to soccer and tennis, one specific family from Logan Township, New Jersey, has been making their mark on Cabrini University’s athletics throughout the past two decades. This all began in the fall of 1997 when mother Jackie Neary was hired as Cabrini’s first official full time athletics […]


Do division III players go pro?

Being a college student athlete entails going through trial and error learning to balance out being a full-time scholar school and trying to prosper in a sport. The intensity of sports differs betweens the different divisions of the NCAA, but from division I to division III, there are athletes who dream and work towards making […]


A call to action: How to address the college affordability crisis

The financial burden of loans that a student will have to pay off for many years after graduation creates considerable stress throughout one’s four years of college. According to The Institute for College Access and Success, the average debt that a college student graduated with in the state of Pennsylvania in 2015 was approximately $34,798. […]


Young and Motivated educates and empowers members

Video by Caelan Woryk and Daniel Jackson   Young and Motivated’s motto,”women with purpose,”  shows that its members are women with big goals. Young and Motivated is a new club that aims to empower and motivate women on Cabrini’s campus. Young and Motivated was formed by its president, Meghan Dougherty who wanted to create a […]

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Traveling the world turns from a dream to a reality

For those who dream of going to another country and going on an adventure, the time has come. Cabrini University offers study abroad programs in countries such as the U.K., Italy, Ireland and Australia. Through Cabrini’s affiliation with the Semester at Sea program, a student could also travel the globe while taking college courses on […]


6 seconds too late: The end of Vine

The people behind the Vine app announced that in coming months they will be discontinuing the mobile app. Although content will still be available on the website version and no profiles or videos will be deleted, the mobile app will be no more. Vine is a social media mobile app that allowed its users to create content […]


Instagram VS. VSCO

Popular apps for smartphones include social media, games and photo sharing apps. Two specific photo sharing apps that are particularly popular, especially on college campuses, are Instagram and VSCO. These apps are similar and different in many ways and every user has their reasoning for why they like both, just one or just neither. Instagram […]

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Thanksgiving: A time for food, family and traditions

For college students, Thanksgiving is a time to take a break from school work and relax. Each family has their own traditions but they all have two things in common: good, homemade food and family. The first Thanksgiving took place in 1621 when Plymouth colonists shared a meal with the local Native Americans to celebrate their first […]


25 acts of kindness for the holiday season

Acts both large and small created to spread some goodwill and inspire hope this holiday season. 1. Give the gift of hope Catholic Relief Services is an international humanitarian agency that encourages giving gifts that will go far beyond the holiday season. For a mere $25 you can provide 12 heath exams for children in […]


CSAC tournament through the eyes of a freshman

The Colonial States Athletic Conference tournament takes place at the end of each season for the sports teams here at Cabrini University. Throughout each fall sports teams’ season, the teams play against opponents who are in the CSAC conference. These games determine where the teams will be placed for the CSAC tournament. Teams could either […]


Interest in science, passion for communication

When going to college, one of the first decisions for most students is what major they will be studying. For me, it was a no-brainer that I wanted to pursue a science degree and go into the pharmaceutical field when I graduated. This proved to be quite more of a task than I had originally […]


What college means to me

My whole life, I never really questioned if I was going to go to college. Attending college was always just something that I always wanted to do, and I knew that I would someday. Growing up, education was always important to me. Maybe it was because my mom was a teacher, but I always wanted to […]


Do C’s get degrees and friends?

In college, I have learned a few things about choosing people to surround myself with, especially pertaining to grades. During my freshman year of college, I spent the first semester in my dorm doing nothing other than watching Law and Order SVU and completing my homework. I did not spend time hanging out with my Living and […]

Students listen in on successful tips for leadership roles. Photo by Nina Schirmer

Cabrini students take opportunity to grow at Leadership Summit

When students expose themselves to different opportunities they are able to grow as people and develop further as individuals. The Leadership Summit held at Cabrini University on Nov. 11 gave students the opportunity to enhance their skills and reflect on their lives to be able to build up and strengthen certain abilities. The event was […]

Follow these tips for a top notch resume. Graphic by Nina Schirmer

How to write the best resume and cover letter

Applying for a job and going into an interview for a position can be a very stressful experience. You might ask, “What might make this experience a lot less stressful?” The answer is a dash of a strong cover letter, a pinch of a well formatted resume and a hint of confidence. The entire process […]

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Working while in school: How students combat rising cost of tuition

College students are typically spending more time working than they used to. As hours worked rises, the time spent studying outside of class declines. But having a job is not an option for many students; it’s a necessity. Time management is essential for students struggling to balance class work with a job in order to pay […]


Cabrini communication department forms Loquitur Media

Video by Anna Laquintano and Renata McGrath    It has become a tradition around Cabrini’s campus, every week since 1959, to look at a newsstand and find a freshly printed copy of the Loquitur newspaper. Yet, this year that tradition was broken. Rather than weekly, or even bi-weekly, the newspaper has started printing monthly editions. […]


Campus Ministry’s auction raises funds for students service trips

Campus Ministry’s annual service auction was held on Thursday, Nov. 18 in order to help fund the service trips that Cabrini students are taking this year to New Orleans, West Virginia and Ecuador. Students, faculty and the surrounding Cabrini community gathered to bid on unique items in any of the 117 baskets that were donated […]


Trump’s election victory sparks protests and riots

With only 58 percent of citizens eligible to vote in this election, and less than half actually selecting Donal Trump, many are disappointed and upset by the results. Enraged citizens are outrageously protesting Donald Trump’s election victory across the country. Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by more than […]