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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.


Have the best Autumn ever with this Fall Bucket List

Three words: PUMPKIN. SPICE. LATTE. We have reached that time of year where PSL’s are back and it is time to indulge. Say goodbye to hot sticky days and hello to the cooler weather. As we approach the fall season there are so many different things to do during the fall and we have you covered […]


Where did Pokémon go?

Pokémon Go, arguably the most popular app of the summer time, seems to be on the decline. Nintendo, the creators of Pokémon Go, saw nothing but success since it debuted in the app store and the Google Play store on July 6th, but it seems that recently the fad has sort of died out. Pokémon […]

Battling homesickness for college students

Everyone deals with the stresses of college in their own unique ways. Feeling homesick can be a big thing to overcome for a young adult that has never lived away from home before. Moving away to college is an acquired skill that takes a lot of adapting early on in the journey to a degree. […]

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What are students doing with their money?

College students every year are faced with hardships as far as academics, work and the worst…finances. Are students saving the cash in their wallets for a rainy day or are they spending it left and right? Cabrini University is located in a great spot of Pennsylvania with lots of clothing and food stores. Not to […]


What’s in your backpack?

College is one of the few places in the world where you could sit next to someone and have a conversation with them whenever you have classes for 15 weeks and never know their name or who they really are. What better way to get to know who someone really is than taking a peek […]

Friendships: staying together forever

Friendships could be one of the most important relationships people have in their lives. They go through ups and downs and they can hit rocky waters when it comes to fighting, distance, little misunderstandings and maybe even a significant other. Distance can get in the way of friendships when people go off to college, but […]


Meet the Mr. and Miss. Cabrini Pageant Contestants

Video by Emily Rowan and Marissa Roberto   Melissa Matsanka is a senior at Cabrini University and she is majoring in education from Pre-K to fourth grade with a Spanish minor. She is from Newark, Delaware. She loves photography and everything to do with arts and crafts. Her greatest achievement was that she taught English […]


Dr. Thomas Sugrue: 2016 Jolyon Pitt Girard Speaker

While social justice is in the air more than the daily fall flu virus at Cabrini University, it is not everyday that students get the chance to be submerged in information on one specific social justice issue by a knowledgeable scholar. From Monday, Oct. 17 to Wednesday Oct. 19, this year’s Jolyon Pitt Girard Scholar-in-Residence, […]

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Social media: Trump’s greatest weapon

Trump…Trump… and more Trump. That is all that we see throughout the day while scrolling on our Twitter, Facebook and even Instagram feeds. Whether you like him or hate him, follow him or do not follow him, Donald Trump, the Republican candidate in the 2016 election, is always there. The good, the bad and the ugly. […]

The Life of Someone Who Doesn’t Know Who to Vote For

I am a registered independent who was raised by a conservative family and goes to a liberal arts school. For somebody like me who doesn’t really know much about politics, an election—especially one as important as this one—is extremely stressful. Sure, I have opinions on a lot of the topics that are being pressed, but […]

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Last World Series champion leaves the Phillies

First baseman Ryan Howard played his last game for the Phillies on Oct. 2 against the New York Mets in Philadelphia. After playing in the Major Leagues for 13 seasons, Howard is leaving the Phillies after spending his whole career with the team. Howard, the last remaining member of the 2008 World Series team, prefaced the last game with […]


Men’s golf finishes second in the Eastern University Fall Inviational

  The Cabrini golf team played right across the street at St. Davids Golf Club in the Eastern University Fall invitational last Tuesday. Cabrini men’s team came in second place only 11 strokes behind Rutgers-Camden with a team score of 294. In individual play senior Joe Myers and sophomore David Gall were tied for fifth out […]

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Sports perspectives: NHL season previews: Prediction edition

So now that the team preview portion of this NHL Season Preview is finished, now it is time to look at what will happen during the 2016-2017 season. Metropolitan Divison Washington Capitals- Loaded once again for a President’s Trophy bid. With the help of Alex Ovechkin and friends, the Capitals will win the Metropolitan Division. […]

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Sports perspectives: NHL season previews: Western conference edition

The San Jose Sharks shocked the hockey world by reaching the Stanley Cup Final in 2015-2016. The team under first-year head coach Peter Deboer. While it took the team some time to gel initially, they were able to pull off big series victories against their biggest rival, the Los Angeles Kings, the Nashville Predators, and […]


The key to victory

  It is game day, you wake up and get ready to compete. Is there something specifically you need to do to ensure the win or something that you need to wear? Superstition is “a belief or notion, not based on reason or knowledge, in or of the ominous significance of a particular thing, circumstance, occurrence, […]

University hosts annual Campus Beautification Day

On Wednesday, Oct. 5, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the first Beautifying event of the year occurred at Cabrini University. Students, faculty, staff and community members came together to add to the beauty of the campus and made sure that it was spotless by the end of the day. Those who participated in Beautification Day planted shrubs […]

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Uber everywhere but Philadelphia

  Uber and Lyft rideshare services have been made illegal in Philadelphia. The regulation that allowed the services to operate in Philadelphia ended Sept. 30th at midnight. Under legal circumstances, the companies paid the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) one percent of their gross sales. Of that one percent, the PPA only kept one-third of that […]

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Devon Scharf: The girl behind the mask

  Sophomore Devon Scharf is a three sport goalie for Cabrini University and in her first year she won the championship in all three sports. Scharf plays for the field hockey team, women’s Lacrosse and club roller hockey here at Cabrini. She won the Colonial States Athletic Conference championship in both field hockey and lacrosse […]

Photo By Keith Brown

Cabrini women’s soccer ties with Marywood after two overtimes

It was a hard fought matchup and it showed on the ending scoreboard. The Cabrini women’s soccer team tied with Marywood University on Saturday, Oct. 15. With the tie, the Cavaliers are now 7-5-1 on the season and still the leaders of the CSAC conference. Meanwhile, CSAC foe Marywood now has a 6-5-2 record on the season […]

Saving flex or using it all!

Cabrini University has a flex program that students can use to buy food on campus. Usually there is either $200 in flex along with two meals a day or there is $100 in flex with three meals a day. Flex can be used at the RAC, Jazzman’s or Sandella’s. “I eat one meal at the […]


The 411 on internships at Cabrini University

Entering the ‘real world’ can be a scary and intimidating thing. Cabrini University offers a large variety of on and off campus opportunities that help guide students to discover what their true passions are in life. Internships are a big deal to college students. Students want to believe that what they do in these part time or […]