Author Archive | Jennifer Ford

National College and University News

Penn State University Twenty-six people protesting the Pennsylvania State University’s response to recent racist death threats were arrested Saturday afternoon in Beaver Stadium at the start of the Blue-White game. Criminal complaints will be filed against the protesters, who will be charged with criminal trespass, according to the Penn State Department of Public Information. The […]

Temp agencies aim to find quick employment

Where are you going to work? This is the question that plagues the minds of teens and graduates. There is no need to worry. Finding a job can be as easy as checking your email. Temporary employment agencies are a wonderful source for people looking for a job of interest or for people who need […]

Intercollegiate career fair to be held at Immaculata

On March 21, the Intercollegiate Career will be held at Immaculata College. The fair is co-sponsored by Cabrini, Eastern, Immaculata, Neumann and Rosemont Colleges. Seventy companies will recruit juniors and seniors for full-time and part-time jobs, summer jobs, as well as summer internships and co-op. All majors are welcome. The fair will be held Wednesday […]

National College and University News

Middle Tennessee State University Middle Tennessee Solidarity, a campus organization that promotes socialism, feminism and anti-racism, protested Mon., Feb. 12 afternoon against Al Gore’s course on community building. The protest began on the steps of the James Union Building at 3 p.m. The protesters marched across campus to the Business and Aerospace Building, the site […]

Dance Squad has great spirit

by Jennifer Ford staff writer Today, cheerleading and dance squads are more about strength and stamina. The people involved do more than look good; the participants display athleticism usually found in traditional sports. Cheerleading has grown as a sport itself with more than 600,000 young people in the United States participating. Cheerleading and dance teams […]

Our very own Saint

. . from that moment I was no longer of the earth . . . I knew the Holy Ghost had come to me,” St. Frances Xavier Cabrini said (from the online Catholic Saints web site). St. Frances was born in 1850, in Lombardi, Italy. She was one of 13 children raised on a farm […]

Intrigued by cultures, Halpern says `Hola'

Intrigued by cultures, Halpern says `Hola’

photo by Michelle Palandro by Jennifer Ford staff writer In 1984, Cynthia Halpern, department chair of the romance language department, began her teaching career at Cabrini College. She worked here part-time and spent the rest of her time getting her doctorate. In 1991, Halpern left Cabrini College. She returned as a full time teacher here […]

The dead will rise

by Jennifer Ford staff writer The woods on campus will be converted into a spooky site for the annual Cabrini College Haunted Trail. The Haunted Trail is an event that started at Xavier Hall and has been celebrated by Cabrini students and the Radnor community for years. Each year a group of 25 to 40 […]

Dixie Chicks fly high

by Jennifer Ford staff writer Saturday, Oct. 14 at 8:30 p.m. Martie Seidel, Natalie Maines and Emily Robison, a.k.a. the Dixie Chicks, played to a sold-out crowd at the First Union Spectrum. A crowd wearing cowboy hats, suede and boots danced in the aisles as Willie Nelson performed the opening show. He stood picturesque with […]