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Brook’s hot hand helps men’s lacrosse down Stevenson.

The game Cabrini men’s lacrosse won convincingly as the rain fell at Edith Robb Dixon Field, beating non-conference rival no. 14 Stevenson 15-9 on April 21. The offense was on fire in the game scoring goals in bunches. Cabrini never really gave Stevenson a chance to get into the game, with a wire to wire […]

Men’s lacrosse upsets number 1 Salisbury in overtime thriller

The Cabrini men’s lacrosse team came out victorious in an incredible upset over undefeated Salisbury. The Salisbury Sea Gulls were ranked number one in the Division III USILA polls, the Cavs were ranked 14. The game took place at Edith Robb Dixon field on April 14, and as the sun set, the Cavs scored an […]

Women’s lacrosse over powers Immaculata

Video by Keith Brown and Hayley Curtiss The Cabrini women’s lacrosse team came out on top of the Immaculata Mighty Macs on Wednesday, April 5. The Cavaliers controlled the game and the final scoreline read 18-6. The Cavs have been hot lately and pushed their win streak to eight games. The ladies also took sole […]

Cavaliers snap two-game winning streak losing to SUNY Cortland

The Cabrini men’s lacrosse team suffered their third loss of the season on Saturday, March 25, falling in a tough match to the number 11 ranked team in division III, SUNY Cortland. The Cavaliers looked to continue their winning ways after two straight victories this past week, but fell short losing 18-13. The loss follows […]


Attacking the stigmas of lacrosse

There is a common argument among sports fans about what the most popular sport in America is. One sport is always sorely overlooked, which happens to be the country’s oldest sport. Lacrosse has been around for centuries. Known as the “Creator’s game,” it was played by Native Americans in the northern parts of what is […]

New music radar: Jon Bellion

A mixture of hip-hop and R&B, with blends of pop and indie rock, Jon Bellion is an artist who can no longer be ignored by the music world. With beats that groove and great storytelling within his songs, Bellion’s style is an unfamiliar one to pop music, which truly sets him apart. Bellion was born […]


Feasible and flexible: The 5-year plan

Video by Molly Seaman, Casey Semenza and Pat Smith   A vision in life is important. But more important is for the vision to be feasible and flexible. Lives can change in a matter of moments and the vision that is set could be completely different. The art of the 5-year plan is specific from […]


A walk through Arlington National Cemetery

Nov. 11 is the day that marked the signing of the armistice between the Allied forces and Germany to end World War I. Most recognize this day as Veterans Day, which is a federal holiday that recognizes all veterans from all wars for their sacrifice. On Veterans Day I think of the trips that I […]

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The tough relationship known as college

Choosing where you go to college is an enormous task, and one of the biggest decisions that one makes in their life, if not the biggest. Most people tour a variety of schools to see what types of majors they offer and what opportunities are given both academically and socially, in hopes that they fall […]


Wolfington Center presidential debate-watch party considered a huge success

Students gathered in Widener Lecture hall on Monday to watch the first Presidential debate. The event was hosted by the Wolfington Center. The idea was brought to prominence in coalition with the communications department and inspired by the national College Debate ’16 group. Cabrini along with the Wolfington Center stress the promotion of Civic engagement […]

Make your voice heard this election. (Graphic by Ashley Sierzega)

Civic engagement: a standard of Cabrini University

Civic engagement is a very broad idea. Simply put, it is someone’s involvement in his or her community, as well as how active they are in politics, whether it be on a local, state or national level. The 26th Amendment of the Constitution changed the national voting age from 21 to 18. This makes it […]

The roommate you didn’t know about

Is that crumb on your floor magically moving? Are you waking up in the morning with bites on your arms and legs? Perhaps more than just you and your roommates are living in your room. Many students on campus report having insect infestation in their dorm rooms. Such infestations include ants, fruit flies and in […]


New school year brings new parking regulations on campus

  Starting in the Fall semester of 2016, Cabrini will be implementing a zoned parking policy. Zoned parking is a simple idea, in which students are grouped based on their grade, then each group is designated to a certain parking lot. In the past few years, juniors and seniors were losing parking spots to the […]

Military weapons should be kept to those using them in the armed forces. (Creative Commons)

Military-grade weapons should be kept out of our homes

In the recent attacks in Orlando, a private security officer, Omer Mateen, pledged his allegiance to ISIS and proceeded to murder 49 people and injure 53 more at the Pulse Night Club. He wielded a legally purchased assault-style rifle and pistol. The AR-15 is an American-made, military-grade automatic rifle. It was created in the 1950s […]