Washington is indeed a fascinating figure 235 years after the American Revolution and there is no better place to learn about our founding father than right down the street at the Valley Forge National Historical Park.
Author Archive | Eion ONeill
While “True Grit” has been out since before Christmas, local theaters such as Clearview’s Anthony Wayne and the United Artists King of Prussia still have showtimes available and if you do ultimately miss it in theatres, add it to your Netflix or rent it at Blockbuster. It’s worth every moment even if right away it […]
How worth it is the TSA Pat-down procedure? What is the fine line between safety and violating one’s privcy?
Coach Ken Prothero earned his second straight CSAC Coach of the Year award this year, earning the nomination in both 2006 and 2010.
The Men’s and Women’s basketball teams are leaving back, leaving last season behind & ready to win a CSAC championship
The Cabrini field hockey team battled hard but lost 2-0 against Alvernia University Thursday,Oct. 28. The Lady Cavs at 10-7 set some numbers but they weren’t enough to give the team its finishing touch on an incredible 10-7 season.
Cabrini College women’s volleyball team crushed both Valley Forge Christian College and Philadelphia Biblical University 3-0 Saturday, Oct. 23 as part of a tri-match at Philadelphia Biblical’s Mason Activity Center gymnasium.
U.S. soccer team draws with Colombia in friendly match The U.S. men’s soccer team went to 4-5-4 after drawing with Colombia in a scoreless match Tuesday, Oct. 12. The draw adds to the U.S.’s three-year winless streak versus South American nations. The Americans finished it’s home stand of the 2010 schedule in front of 8,823 […]
In recent years, there’s been a push for green energy but it’s important to understand that while some energy sources may be cleaner than others, there’s a consequence to everything.
The Fall Honors Convocation was held in Grace Hall on Saturday, Sept.25. The event saluted students for their academic achievements the previous semester.
People tend to feel guilty when eating chocolate but the campus bookstore might just rid one of their shame. The campus store has been providing Cabrini students, faculty and staff with fair trade chocolate for the past three years.
Global to campus news
What are carbon footprints? What really is global warming? What’s the cost of climate change to those around the world today and future generations? Why should we care? These are the questions that Dr. Eric Malm, assistant professor of business administration in Cabrini’s Business Department, tried to help the crowded mansion sunroom understand during his […]
Being a commuter is like any other college experience. You can either make the most of it or not. There are some who argue that college is best experienced by living in a dorm but that’s only because that’s what they did. You can have the best four years of your life without stepping foot inside […]