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.


Cav-A-Thon surpasses fundraising goal heading into event

The very first Mitch Kline Cav-A-Thon will take place this year and has been in the planning process since May 2017. Named after late softball coach Mitch Kline, the Student Athlete Association Committee has been working hard to organize this event and is on a mission for success. Everyday, 43 children are diagnosed with cancer. Cancer […]


Deportation tears family apart

Editor’s Note: The surname of the subject in this article has been omitted to protect his the identity. Imagine waking up to go to a court date and then being brought to an unfamiliar place. Then imagine not talking to the person you love for a whole day, being left only with their belongings with no clue where they […]

Traffic Trails 

Uber, Lyft to contribute taxes to cities

Ride-hailing services, such as Uber and Lyft, have threatened the taxi industries and public transportation in the past few years all around the country. Public transportation pays for some of the city’s expenditures. Since ride-hailing services have swept the nation, the income for public transportation has went down tremendously. According to an article in the […]

The dark side of college: Depression, anxiety

Editor’s Note: The name of a subject in this article has been omitted to protect their identity. The college experience can be filled with all sorts of excitement, freedom and wonders; however, this may not be the case for all students. A recent study by the American College Health Association indicated that one in five college students […]

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Saint Patty’s Day or Saint Party’s Day?

No matter their backgrounds or ethnicities, people far and wide get together and celebrate on March 17. To a vast majority, that date marks a day reserved for drunken celebration and green-themed activities. In actuality, March 17— or better known as Saint Patrick’s Day— is a religious feast day to remember the death of Saint Patrick; it […]

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Snapchat update causes major uproar… again

Once again, Snapchat has updated the look and feel of the popular social media app. As frequently is the case, change is not welcome to those who become attached to one way of doing something. If you are active on any social media platform other than Snapchat itself, there has been no hiding the past […]

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What college students need to know about their taxes

April 17 is right around the corner, and you know what that means? Well, that’s the problem. Not many people, especially college-aged people, know what that means. It’s tax season, and the last day to file your taxes this year is April 17. Often times, when young people hear the word “taxes,” they think: “Oh, […]


Documentaries and chill

With the phenomenon of Netflix, I have gained a rapid interest in documentaries. I can openly say I am a fan of documentaries. But there once was a time when documentaries were classified as “boring,” which probably translated as “too educational.” The tables have now turned. Documentaries are a sudden go-to for “Netflix and chill” […]


“Love, Simon” brings LGBT representation to the romantic comedy genre

“Love, Simon,” starring Nick Robinson in its titular role, premiered on March 16, 2018. It’s your typical coming-of-age romantic comedy but with a twist: the main character is gay.   Gay characters and characters on the LGBTQ+ spectrum are typically uncommon as leads in films. According to a study released by the University of Southern California, one […]

Sports Source Editorial Column

Sports Source: Should Fultz play this season?

The Markelle Fultz situation is something that has been unprecedented in sports. The Philadelphia 76ers’ first round draft pick, the first overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, has only played four games this season because of what the team called “right shoulder scapular muscle imbalance.” For months, it appeared Fultz lost the ability to […]

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Education majors learn about domestic violence, education in low-income schools on spring break trip

Over spring break, 16 students from the education department, as well as advisors Dean Beverley Bryde, Dr. Martha Ritter, Dr. Amber Gentile and Dr. Coleen Lelli, traveled to Naples, Fl for an immersion experience. This was the second year that the department offered this trip. It was brought about after a planning phase which included interaction […]

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Sports video games: athletes in the real and digital world

Video games are a very popular form of entertainment and come in a variety of genres, such as action, first-person shooter, survivor, massive multiplayer online, sports and so much more. Video games related to sports have also proven to be popular, especially among athletes. Sports games cover a variety of sports and leagues such as […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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‘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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]