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Is ‘Grown-ish’ the new ‘A Different World’?

The challenge of being in college is already enough but being in college while going through what so many college students go through: politically, socially and personally is quite a challenge. You ever think to yourself that someone should be documenting a day in the life of college students or there should even be a […]

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Beyoncé turns Coachella into a historical event

More than 200,000 people arrived in Indio, California on April 15 and April 21 for the 19th annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. This is one of the year’s biggest festivals for live music fans. Traditionally seen as the kick-off for the summer music festival season, the festival boasts a wide variety of headliners such as Eminem, […]


Why no one talks about anxiety?

I find life humorous, a mess and hard to deal with but that’s just because I suffer from an anxiety disorder. As far back as I can remember I’ve shown signs of anxiety. Most people think that if you have anxiety you are weird or are socially awkward because they don’t how to manage anxiety. […]

Bullying causes significant problems in lives of many early teens

Puberty sucks for most teenagers; they’re not used to the changes that are happening to their bodies. They can get bad acne, their voices are starting to change and, boy, other people are starting to look attractive. Changes like this can make kids feel insecure about themselves so then they might pick on each other […]


Reverend Cheryl Parker helps the elderly stay spiritually well

Over the past few months, the term “wellness” has been buzzing around on the news, in magazines and books and with all kinds of different media outlets. Both men and women, young and old, have been increasingly encouraged to dive into the active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a more successful […]


Philadelphia to receive world’s largest Wawa

Get ready Philly, the world’s largest Wawa is coming soon. Not only did millions of Americans in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, D.C. and Florida get free coffee on Thursday, April 12, for Wawa’s 54th birthday, but they received some great news. The C.E.O. and president of the store chain, Chris Gheysans, made the […]


Look up and speak up against scrolling, the new smoking

“Scrolling is the new smoking.” This is a phrase that was said by Joshua Fields Millburn on the 27th of March this year. This is a phrase, an idea, and a concept, that many of us should be taking into consideration. Allow me to tell you why. Smoking According to today’s online Medical Dictionary… “Smoking is the inhalation of the smoke of burning tobacco encased in cigarettes, pipes, and cigars.” […]


Keep mentally healthy in May with CuspIt–a guide to a healthy life

“We all are on different journeys in our lives. Whether it is to graduate college, or build your dream career, each day can always be another step in the right direction.” Those are the powerful and uplifting words of Jaclyn DiGregorio, a 23-year-old personal trainer, nutrition coach and entrepreneur who is wise beyond her years. DiGregorio […]

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Demi Lovato brings more than just her vocals on tour

After Demi Lovato released her newest album, “Tell Me You Love Me,” most of her fans were waiting for her to announce her next tour. The album was released in Sept. 2017 and she announced her tour in Jan. 2018 via Instagram. Lovato has been extremely honest about the struggles she has grown up with. […]

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Living on $5 per day: Guatemala edition

In America, sitting on a couch with a snack in your lap, a remote in your hand and Netflix on a screen in front of you has become a norm for just about any time of day. My roommate, Cecelia Heckman, and I found ourselves in this norm a few weeks ago, before embarking on […]

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Who’s Who in the class of 2018

The offices of Academic Affairs and Student Life are pleased to announce that the following seniors have been selected to receive the 2018 Who’s Who at Cabrini University Award.  At Cabrini University, the Who’s Who Award is given to those seniors whose accomplishments and contributions reflect the University’s commitment to scholarship, leadership and service.  To […]


Cabrini Theatre: The Addams Family Review

Video by Kait D’Ambrosio.     After last year’s stunning performance of “Legally Blonde: The Musical,” Cabrini Theatre set the bar through the roof for this year’s show. However, after having the privilege to get tickets, despite them selling out within the first week, and seeing the show, the director, Kait Glenn and the cast have […]

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Connected digitally, disconnected in reality

Smartphones are a huge advancement and absolute necessity in today’s world. People carry them around to communicate with others, use the Internet, and a variety of tasks that would be time consuming or impossible without them. However, it comes with a price. A study conducted by researchers at The University of British Columbia revealed that smartphone […]

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Trees remain plentiful on campus despite building improvements

When walking around the Cabrini University campus, many students do not think anything of the trees surrounding them. No matter how little they are noticed, trees are a great resource for college campuses. According to North Carolina State University, one large tree can provide a day’s supply of oxygen for up to four people. Due […]


Locals enjoy living at the Jersey shore

The beach often reminds people of the summer vacation. A weekend getaway or the day trip to swell the salty air and grab an ice cream cone from Kohrs Brothers is a nice vacation for some individuals, but for the rest of locals living in one of America’s most popular vacation towns, it is just […]

Johnny’s big break: rehearsing for the role of a lifetime

Having a dream can make a person motivated to do anything. It can be especially motivating to an aspiring actor who has been working hard his entire life to be casted in his dream role. In late October of 2017, a big, exciting announcement was made that would change one student’s life forever. Junior Johnny […]

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Influx in social media use has altered news industry

The evolution of mobile devices over the course of the past 20 years has come with significant change in how things are done. In the 21st century, social media is a big component to this ever-changing society. Instead of opening the door and picking up the newspaper to read what is going on in the […]


Parents balance student life with raising children

Many college students have to balance classes, quizzes, homework, a job and a social life. For student parents, balancing the daily stress of student life with parenting can be even more difficult. This applies to young adults caring for a toddler and older adults raising a teenager. Administrative Assistant of Residence Life at Cabrini University Sonja […]

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Students begin preparations as housing selection nears

In just a few short weeks, the final push for the spring 2018 semester will be upon the Cabrini community. Although still finishing up this academic year, students across campus are beginning to make preparations for the 2018-2019 school year. With the recent influx of Cabrini’s enrollment, housing has become increasingly hard to come by. […]

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Music helps students study

Let’s be real: studying is the dreaded to-do that tops every student’s list. There are many varying techniques that help students study. For some, it involves writing notecards or doing practice problems. For others, it means color-coding notes. Research has shown that listening to music while studying activates both the left and right side of […]