Archive | Lifestyles

Your guide to what’s trending in fashion, dining, technology, music and the arts throughout world as well as on campus.


How to cook in your dorm room

If a student lives on campus in a dorm room, here are some ways to cook food in the room or in the lobby. Remember, be mindful of  roommates and floor mates with what the things being cooked or heated up. Freshmen do not have kitchens in their residence halls, but a microwave is available […]

Meek mill and Drake reunited after for years if drama and beef

Is celebrity beef real beef?

The Nicki Minaj and Cardi B fight that happened during New York fashion week has left many people wondering where the drama came from between the two rappers. Once the video of their fight went viral, the two females fanssupporters began to take action.  Although no one knows the real answers to whats going on […]


Why you should sign up for CRS regional training

What is CRS? On Saturday Sept. 29, Cabrini University is hosting the CRS regional training program. Cabrini has been an institutional partner with the organization for the past 13 years. CRS, which stands for Catholic Relief Services, is a global development aid agency of the American Catholic Church In The United States. CRS carries out […]

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Honoring the Hispanic Heritage; a month of celebration

Hispanic Heritage Month is a month to honor the Hispanic community, andcelebrate all of their accomplishments and culture. Parents have sacrificed their lives to give their children a better life than they had. Many people have migrated in hopes to have a better life than they did in their homeland. Hispanics take a lot of […]

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Working on campus: is it worth it?

Living as a student can be a difficult task, especially if you have no money to spend on books, food or other less necessary commodities. As the summer ends and the new school year begins, many students have to leave their summer workplaces in favor of a job closer to their current residence. Working can be […]

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Meet the Orientation Coordinators

Anna Russo Anna Russo is a senior sociology major who became orientation leader at the beginning of her sophomore year. She wanted to be an orientation leader because the orientation leaders during her freshman year had a big impact on her and showed her how to be successful in college. As a result, she wanted […]


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. […]

Shopping list for living on $5 a day in Guatemala

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 […]