Author Archive | Kate Pelusi

Best bang for under 20 bucks

By Kate Pelusi staff writer Cabrini’s tuition got you down? Do you find yourself strapped for cash when looking for some leisurely fun? Take note when reading this article on some fun things to do in the area for under $20. Feeling lucky? Philadelphia Race Track in Bensalem, Pa, offers live racing all year and […]

Campus Ministry invites students to become part of family

Campus Ministry invites students to become part of family

photo by Anita Pirri by Kate Pelusi staff writer Despite what you think you already know about Campus Ministry, you probably don’t know about it at all, nor people who run it. Campus Minister John DiMucci came to Cabrini in the fall of 1995. In 1993 he received his undergraduate degree in liberal studies from […]

MLA research helps the salaries of adjunct faculty members

Salary information for part-time and non-tenure faculty members has been poorly documented over the years. Recently, the Modern Language Association (MLA) noticed this lack of information. In 1999, the MLA contacted the 5,245 English and foreign language departments within its college and university database and sent them a survey regarding the salaries and benefits of […]

Flutist jazzes it up in food court for audience

Ordinarily, the afternoon hustle and bustle of the Widener Center Gathering Area is accompanied by the sporadic sounds of early ’90s rock from the jukebox. However, on Wed. Feb. 21, Keith Marks and his band graced the eatery with their melodious brand of jazz during Cultural Kaleidoscope Week. Marks, a flutist, was accompanied by Karl […]

Flutist jazzes it up in food court for audience

by: Kate Pelusi assistant copy editor Ordinarily, the afternoon hustle and bustle of the Widener Center Gathering Area is accompanied by the sporadic sounds of early ’90s rock from the jukebox. However, on Wed. Feb. 21, Keith Marks and his band graced the eatery with their melodious brand of jazz during Cultural Kaleidoscope Week. Marks, […]

Siblings Weekend offers much fun for youth

Siblings Weekend offers much fun for youth

Lindsey Heiser The usual weekend debauchery found on Cabrini’s campus was down to a significantly low roar at the presence of several virgin ears and eyes during the annual Siblings Weekend. Unlike some other schools that offer sibling weekends directed at older high school students, Cabrini directs the weekend’s activities to the younger crowd. This […]

Siblings Weekend

The usual weekend debauchery found on Cabrini’s campus was down to a significantly low roar at the presence of several virgin ears and eyes during the annual Siblings Weekend. Unlike some other schools that offer sibling weekends directed at older high school students, Cabrini directs the weekend’s activities to the younger crowd. This gives Cabrini […]

The 12 days of Christmas come to Cabrini

by Kate Pelusi staff writer It’s about that time of year again. Yes, my holiday friends, the 12 days of Christmas at Cabrini are finally here. On Friday, Dec. 1, come to the Widener Center Lecture Hall at 8p.m, to watch a Christmas Movie Marathon. On Saturday, Dec. 2, there will be an ice skating […]

Bali, religious rugs topics at latest faculty forum

by Kate Pelusi Monkey Dances? Tooth Filing? Mail- order brides? Burlesque Houses?!? Don’t you wish your professors would talk about these things in class rather then their usual lectures? Well, you might not know it, but these are topics of concern to fine arts professor Dr. Adeline Bethany and Religion professor Dr. Leonard Primiano. Bethany […]

`Cruising,' relationships are topics at recent forum

`Cruising,’ relationships are topics at recent forum

Mike Fenn by Kate Pelusi assistant copy editor No matter what generation you are from, there seems to be some sort of popular culture ritual that involves some sort of aimless adolescent group gathering such as scouring the malls and movie theaters or in the case of English/communications professor Charlie McCormick, “cruising.” Professor McCormick along […]

Bali, religious rugs topics at latest faculty forum

by Kate Pelusi assistant copy editor Monkey Dances? Tooth Filing? Mail- order brides? Burlesque Houses?!? Don’t you wish your professors would talk about these things in class rather then their usual lectures? Well, you might not know it, but these are topics of concern to fine arts professor Dr. Adeline Bethany and Religion professor Dr. […]

Amnesty International wants you

by Kate Pelusi staff writer If you are looking for an activity at Cabrini to join and are overwhelmed by all the different choices, consider joining Amnesty International. Amnesty International,or AI, is a worldwide movement that promotes human rights. Azeen Keramati, a member of AI at Cabrini, explained that AI is an organization that helps […]