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Hip-Hop and R&B fans: Welcome 6LACK, pronounced “black”

The qualities and features that draw a person to an artist and turns them into listeners can be a difficult process, especially for a young artist. To essentially take the path less traveled by and create music true to the musician’s passion, intended purpose, soul and artistry is even more of a struggling feat, especially […]

Homeland Security

Starting in 2018 Pennsylvania state ID’s will not meet Homeland Security’s approval for travel

A new federal law will be implemented in Jan. 2018 making Pennsylvania and other various state IDs invalid for all air travel, federal buildings, military bases and nuclear power plants. Citizens with a Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Washington or Pennsylvania identification cards starting on Jan. 22, 2018 will be required to […]

Cavalier Field Hockey team crushes Keystone 3-0

The Cabrini Cavalier Field Hockey team dominated Keystone College three to zero on Saturday, Oct. 8. All in the first half, juniors, forward Sara Johnsen, midfielder/forward Maddy Worley and midfielder Jackie Neary scored the only goals for the rest of the game. “We knew that today was a very important game, it being a conference […]


Megan Rapinoe kneels to continue the conversation on the oppressed

  On Sunday, Sept. 4, Seattle Reign FC midfielder, Megan Rapinoe was found exercising her right to kneel during the playing of the national anthem during a home game against the Chicago Red Stars. Inspired by Colin Kaepernick’s silent protest due to the oppression of African Americans, Rapinoe expressed that as a homosexual citizen in […]

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The damage of societal expectations

No matter how many days I swam during the summer, played soccer in the fall, participated in softball in the spring, and figure skated all year, I always had some baby fat during my adolescence that clung to my midsection. I was never the smallest girl in the room, and it never seemed to matter […]


What happened to Whitney Way Thore?

The morning of the second day of the bi-annual Body Image Conference on Thursday, Oct. 27, a frantic message blasted across social media and through Cabrini emails subjected: WHITNEY WAY THORE POSTPONED. Suffering from laryngitis and the loss of her voice a few days leading up to the conference, Thore had woken up the morning […]


Daylight Saving: What, when, why?

It’s that time of year again; the weather is frigid and the sky is dark blue when walking to class at 4:35 p.m. On the first Sunday in November every year, our clocks “fall back” an hour because in the second week in March, our clocks “spring forward” an hour in order to have a […]


Cabrini Cavalier men’s soccer team triumphs over Clarks Summit

The Cavalier men’s soccer team dominated 3-0 on Saturday, Oct. 15 during a home game against Clark Summit. Senior midfielder AJ Bishop scored two goals, one in the first half that was assisted by junior midfielder Ben Roda, and another goal in the second half, kicking the ball down the field and shooting the far […]


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 […]

Women’s soccer: reloaded

There is no doubt that the Cabrini University women’s soccer team has a lot to live up to in the 2016 season. With five consecutive CSAC championships under their belt and under the wing of their head coach of fourteen years Ken Prothero, the team’s dynamic is under drastic reconstruction this year. With only three […]