Author Archive | Keith Brown


Views from a fan: 2017 NBA MVP Race

Around this time last year, May 10th to be specific, we learned that Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry would be winning Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive season and in unanimous fashion. It was the first time it ever happened in the 61 years that the award has been given. via GIPHY It’s […]

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Cabrini basketball life lessons: Renee Oliver

When people play sports, they aren’t just playing to learn the skills of that specific sport. Through athletics, student-athletes are able to learn life lessons, ones that they can look back on to trace their progress and maturation in life This saying rings true to the single senior forward on the women’s basketball team from […]

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Cabrini basketball life lessons: Kane McGovern

It’s a common theme for those who play a team sport together to become more like family as time goes on. Playing a sport takes dedication, making those who go through the rigors of being an athlete more relatable to each other. For senior guard on Cabrini’s men’s basketball team, Kane McGovern, it is that […]

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Cabrini basketball life lessons: Ryan Charity

While athletics are a great way to keep ourselves in shape, open opportunities, become a part of something bigger than ourselves, and gain us recognition, it could be argued that the most important aspect of sports are the life lessons that we take away from them. According to senior player Ryan Charity, Cabrini basketball has […]

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University selects education major as 2017 undergraduate valedictorian

Video by Keith Brown and Hayley Curtiss   The valedictorian for the first class graduating as Cabrini University has been decided. Senior Natalie Trerotola will be honored as the 2017 class valedictorian. Trerotola is a Pre‐K‐4 education major with a concentration in special education Pre‐K‐8. The recipient is chosen by the Academic Review Board for having the highest […]

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Cabrini men’s lacrosse rolls to 102nd straight conference victory

Video by Brian Nestel Cabrini’s 2017 made history with their latest victory, a dominant showing over the Rosemont Ravens. The Blue and white recorded their record-tying 102nd consecutive Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) win under head coach Steve Colfer. With the 20-1 conference-opening win at Edith Robb Dixon Field, Tuesday, Mar. 21, the Cavaliers improved […]


Cabrini University blasts Cairn University

Video by Brian Nestel and Angelina Miller The Cavaliers scored two goals in the first half of the game and then it was never close again. Cabrini University’s men’s soccer improved to 4-5-1 and notched their first CSAC win of the season, defeating Cairn University 7-0. The Cavaliers set the season’s highest scoring total after losing to Centenary […]


Grass vs. turf: which side is greener?

The 2015 U.S Women’s National Soccer team made waves when they called out FIFA for making them play on artificial turf in the World Cup and most of the Victory Tour, while 100 percent of the U.S Men’s National Soccer Team World Cup games were played on natural grass. A group of international women’s players […]

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The reality of domestic violence: men are victims too

Living during the time of advanced technology and social media has allowed us to observe a lot of things that happened behind closed doors in the past. One of those things happens to be disturbing instances of domestic violence. Domestic violence is defined as violent confrontation between the members of an household or personal relationship. Abuse can […]


The Rosemont Ravens are no match for the women’s lacrosse team

  In their fourth CSAC game of the season against the Rosemont Ravens, the women’s lacrosse team did what they have done for the last three years consecutively; win. Sophomore attacker Sasha Wozniak scored the first two goals of the game and the Cavaliers never looked back in route of a 16-1 victory over the […]

Will Cabrini minority voters turn out this year?

The primaries are right around the corner for the 2016 presidential election. They take place Tuesday, April 26, for Pennsylvania and Tuesday, June 7, for New Jersey. There are five candidates left. For the Democratic party there is Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. For the Republican party there are three candidates. Donald Trump, John Kasich […]

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Women’s lacrosse crushes Notre Dame of Maryland 16-2

The Cavaliers dominated from the start and never looked back as they cruised to their first victory of the season. They scored a season high 16 goals and held the Notre Dame of Maryland Gators to only two. Sophomore attacker Sasha Wozniak led the Cavs with four goals on five shots, two assists and one […]


US Government fear mongering against Apple

The job of our government is to protect its people and put the policies that they want into place. In this process, people give up liberties so that the government has the power to watch out for us. Is it possible that they go too far sometimes though? A major debate is currently taking place worldwide […]

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Men’s basketball loses 90-87 shootout versus Gwynedd Mercy

The Cavaliers went into halftime with a 49-40 lead over Gwynedd Mercy, but after a wild second-half shootout, were not able to finish the game with the lead on senior night. Cabrini finished up the regular season with a 15-10 record overall and 13-5 conference record. The Cavaliers are now entering the CSAC tournament with […]


Sex stereotypes from a different perspective

“The only thing men want is sex.” “All women think about is sex.” Everyone seems to have an opinion these days. Opinions to the side for a second, is there any actual factual evidence to back this up? Go ahead, hit up the quick Google search and what do you stumble upon? Most likely an […]

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’Tis the season to cope with winter blues

As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, it is normal to feel a bit bluer. Do not feel alone. The bed becomes impossible to get out of, the TV remote is irremovable from the hand and eating while doing nothing is definitely a better option than working out. The clinical diagnosis and […]


Gift-giving season stays strong for college students

If there is one thing to look forward to during the winter time, it definitely is the holidays. Gift giving season. For children, Christmas is the time when they usually receive their latest want. The newest action figure, the latest toy car or maybe even that cool video game that they have been mentioning all year around. […]


Gifts in the workplace

Who does not love holidays and special occasions? Spending time with people that we actually like (hopefully), enjoying some good food and snacks, the decorations and just overall having a good time. What really makes these times unforgettable for people though is definitely gifts. College is a great tool that prepares people for future careers, […]


Winter time for Cabrini students is easier when busy

Winter time is rolling around which means that the end of the fall semester is near. With finals being dropped on top of projects and papers, most student’s minds are already miles away, filled with thoughts of being in the comfort of their own home being with family and friends and not having to deal […]


Starbucks cup causes controversy

*Sniff Sniff* Smell that? Holiday season is approaching quickly! Some have started already, but it is about to be time to break out the tree as well as the rest of the holiday decorations you have. Something else that has become a norm for this part of the year is to visit a local Starbucks. […]

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Transfer students speak up about their decision to come to Cabrini

Holiday season is approaching quickly as Thanksgiving break has already passed. That means the semester is drawing close to an end and professors annual flooding of work is in full affect for most students. At this point, daily routines are in place with a little bit of the expected college stress served up on the […]