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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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Wi-fi troubles yet again

It is no secret to students that have been on Cabrini University’s campus of the inconsistency of the Wi-Fi. To be exact, there has been many issues and complaints coming from the residence halls. West Residence seems to have it the worst, where some of the students have just gotten Wi-Fi for the first time since […]

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iPhone 7 dares to impress

It is that time of the year again where Apple holds a special keynote event to announce their new line of phones, tablets and watches for consumers to spend their money on. On Wednesday, Sept. 7, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, hosted the function that featured the highly anticipated and controversial iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The newest […]

Photo by Katie Briante

Homecoming weekend is now!

As Cabrini University is preparing for their annual homecoming there has been a lot of talk on what will be going on within the weekend. This weekend is full of excitement. This past week was very eventful. There was the pep rally, bon fire, basketball tournament and many more things that kept students occupied and pumped for homecoming […]

Welcome to the cribs!

The battle of the best dorm rooms is on! Making half of a room feel like home can be stressful but also so much fun. What exactly does a cool dorm room entail? How can students make living on Cabrini’s campus their home away from home? For a first year student, dorm life is an […]


Cabrini volleyball beats Centenary Cyclones 3-0

Video by Chris Fonte and Hope Daluisio   Coming off last Thursday’s victory, the Cabrini women’s volleyball team was ready for their home game against the Centenary University Cyclones. The Cavaliers started out strong in the first match and the score was 7-1 before the first time out. Cabrini continued consistently scoring throughout the match, with […]


Free the nipple?

Free the Nipple. The last word of that sentence probably made you uncomfortable. Nipple. And, you probably associated ‘nipple’ with the female body, not the male body, as if it is exclusive to a woman’s physique. But, that is the problem in today’s world. The female body is censored and shunned because, as far as […]


Pumpkin spice not so nice

There does not seem to be anything that does not come in pumpkin flavor nowadays. It used to be that pumpkins were around pretty much for just the month of October. Now, it is the middle of September, yet it seems like every place I go is ready for Halloween. Considering Halloween isn’t until the […]

The roommate you didn’t know about

Is that crumb on your floor magically moving? Are you waking up in the morning with bites on your arms and legs? Perhaps more than just you and your roommates are living in your room. Many students on campus report having insect infestation in their dorm rooms. Such infestations include ants, fruit flies and in […]


Women’s tennis falls to Stockton Univeristy

Wednesday, Sept. 21, the Cabrini Women’s Tennis team faced Stockton University at home in non-conference play. “As long as we are on our game, I think we can come out with the win.” Junior Kimberley Pepenella said. Despite their positivity, Cabrini fell 9-0 to the division 2 program. “I know they’re a tough and competitive team,” […]


Cavaliers tie with Albright Lions in men’s soccer

The battle between the Cavaliers and the Albright Lions ended in a draw after two overtimes. Freshman forward Ibrahim Kallie scored the Cavaliers only goal with five minutes left into the first half from a junior midfielder Ben Roda assist. Albright tied the game around three minutes into the second half. “I think we all expected a […]

U.S. goalie Hope Solo arrives at LAX on Monday, July 6, 2015, after winning the FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada Sunday. (Lawrence K. Ho/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Perspective: Hope Solo suspended for sore Sweden comments

Hope Solo is one of the most renown athletes around. She is known for being one of the best American soccer goalkeepers in the world and proved that last year with the U.S. Women’s National Soccer team at the World Cup, which they won. The U.S. Women’s National Soccer team set out to prove to the […]


Perspective: A debilitating disease plaguing athletes remains in the dark

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, also known as CTE, should be taken as a serious matter in the world of athletics. As a disease discovered by examining the brains of deceased football athletes and recently publicized in the blockbuster hit “Concussion,” all athletes who engage in sports that include physical contact need to be educated on this debilitating […]


Coach Mitch Kline, a one of a kind, dies at 64

Former head coach of Cabrini’s softball team Mitch Kline died from brain cancer On Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. Kline was diagnosed with a brain tumor in August of 2015. Since then, he was in and out of treatments and chemotherapy. Doctors were only able surgically remove about 90 percent of the tumor out before his […]


Zero days without an incident: A country in denial

Shootings, threats, explosions, stabbings. When was the last time our country has gone a week, sometimes even a day, without some sort of multiple casualty situation? Looking at gun violence alone, there has been a mass shooting almost every day since this year has begun. Simply in the past weekend, there were 25 people shot […]


Cabrini’s women’s soccer team takes on Arcadia University

Coming into their fourth game in the season, Cabrini University’s women’s soccer team lost 4-2 against Arcadia University. With a challenging start, the two teams went back and forth until Arcadia began making stronger attempts to get the ball to the goal. Junior goaltender Gabby LeGendre continuously prevented the ball from getting past her with […]

Cavaliers volleyball oust the Neumann Knights 3-1

“The season isn’t going as planned,” junior middle-blocker Chelsea Jones said, “but we’ve faced some really tough teams. It’s making us a lot stronger as a team.” After a long start of the season spent on the road, Cabrini women’s volleyball team brought their first victory to the Nerney Field House tonight against the Neumann […]


Cabrini University bookstore: Charging too much?

Cabrini University’s bookstore, located next to Jazzman’s cafe, offers a variety of items such as t-shirts, sweatpants, pens, pencils, snacks and other miscellaneous items. The students at Cabrini are not allowed to use their flex dollars as a form of payment for these items. Is the bookstore charging too much? “I enjoy the bookstore and […]

Graphic by Angelina Miller

Eat clean and avoid the freshman fifteen in Cavs Corner

In the morning, it is the waffles and french toast sticks. In the afternoon, it is the buckets of freshly cooked french fries. At night, it is pizza or pasta and an array of tasty desserts that are practically calling your name after a long, stressful day. Basically, no matter what time of day it […]