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Students listen in on successful tips for leadership roles. Photo by Nina Schirmer

Cabrini students take opportunity to grow at Leadership Summit

When students expose themselves to different opportunities they are able to grow as people and develop further as individuals. The Leadership Summit held at Cabrini University on Nov. 11 gave students the opportunity to enhance their skills and reflect on their lives to be able to build up and strengthen certain abilities. The event was […]

Follow these tips for a top notch resume. Graphic by Nina Schirmer

How to write the best resume and cover letter

Applying for a job and going into an interview for a position can be a very stressful experience. You might ask, “What might make this experience a lot less stressful?” The answer is a dash of a strong cover letter, a pinch of a well formatted resume and a hint of confidence. The entire process […]

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Working while in school: How students combat rising cost of tuition

College students are typically spending more time working than they used to. As hours worked rises, the time spent studying outside of class declines. But having a job is not an option for many students; it’s a necessity. Time management is essential for students struggling to balance class work with a job in order to pay […]


Cabrini communication department forms Loquitur Media

Video by Anna Laquintano and Renata McGrath    It has become a tradition around Cabrini’s campus, every week since 1959, to look at a newsstand and find a freshly printed copy of the Loquitur newspaper. Yet, this year that tradition was broken. Rather than weekly, or even bi-weekly, the newspaper has started printing monthly editions. […]


Campus Ministry’s auction raises funds for students service trips

Campus Ministry’s annual service auction was held on Thursday, Nov. 18 in order to help fund the service trips that Cabrini students are taking this year to New Orleans, West Virginia and Ecuador. Students, faculty and the surrounding Cabrini community gathered to bid on unique items in any of the 117 baskets that were donated […]


Trump’s election victory sparks protests and riots

With only 58 percent of citizens eligible to vote in this election, and less than half actually selecting Donal Trump, many are disappointed and upset by the results. Enraged citizens are outrageously protesting Donald Trump’s election victory across the country. Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by more than […]

Male birth control was being tested as a shot. (huntlh/Pixabay)

Male birth control: Paving the way to gender equality?

Our 21st century’s couture is designed with opinions of different colors. From beliefs on marriage equality and gender equality, topics of controversy are common, if not expected, among our social media feeds. It is common to scroll through Twitter or Facebook and come across an opinion with which you agree. But, it is even more […]

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Cabrini’s leadership graduate programs mold students for endless opportunities

From Cabrini College to Cabrini University, the campus has undergone a number of changes in the last few months. With academics among the best, Cabrini’s opportunities for education continues to grow. Going beyond Cabrini’s plethora of undergraduate programs, there are five graduate programs and two doctoral programs for individuals to explore. Dr. Stephanie Gibbs, Ed. […]


Male birth control: Study changes male contraceptions

Millions of men and women battle unplanned pregnancies every single day, doing their best to avoid the “child milestone” years before they are ready to cross it. From pills to IUDs, there are a number of options that couples can utilize. However, those options are catered to a women’s use, not a man’s. In the […]

Michelle Guerin (left) and ? (right) presenting their project about Syrian refugees.

The annual Cabrini Day mixes creativity with social justice

Cabrini Day took place at Cabrini University on Tuesday, Nov. 15, to once again celebrate the heritage and mission of its namesake, Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini. Many events took place on this significant and educational day, including mass, student presentations, award presentations, a social justice fair, a food insecurity walk and an interactive workshop. “I think […]


Quit smoking with the Great American Smokeout

Cabrini will have a booth at the Great American Smokeout on Nov. 16. The event will be held at 6 p.m. at the Dixon Center. Students are invited to visit the booth to learn more about the dangers of smoking. While the rate of American smokers has dramatically decreased, it is still estimated that 40 […]

Design Disrupters teaches viewers about what graphic design is like as a career. (Vimeo: HI INTERACTIVE)

Graphic design and fine arts department holds screening of ‘Design Disrupters’

    “Design Disrupters,” showcased over 15 companies who are overtaking billion dollar industries through design. Designers of big name social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest were included in the documentary. The Graphic Design and Fine Arts Department hosted a screening of “Design Disrupters.” This film gives viewers a behind the scenes insight […]


Academic honesty policy ensures authentic work is produced in the Cabrini community

Cabrini’s Academic Honesty Policy is, “to encourage a dynamic, open and honest intellectual climate based on the personal and academic integrity of all members.” It is a policy to ensure that the Cabrini community produces honest and authentic work. It is expected that faculty, students and administration accept this responsibility to uphold for themselves to […]

Pennsylvania was the 27th state to make medical marijuana legal. (Wikimedia Commons)

Medical marijuana legalization calls for possible policy change at Cabrini

  In the year 2016, Pennsylvania became the 24th state legalizing comprehensive marijuana. It has been proved that this medication can assist with serious health conditions. Any person cannot have access to the medication. There is a list of 17 diagnosed conditions a person has to qualify to receive this medication. Also, medical marijuana cannot […]


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 […]


Does your vote matter in this 2016 presidential election?   Nov. 8, 2016, a date that is considered by many to be one of the most historical and meaningful dates in our lifetime. For many people, this will be the first time voting in a presidential election, which can be simultaneously exciting yet nerve wracking. It is thrilling to feel the independence of […]


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 […]


President Donald Trump takes office: What now?

After a long and grueling presidential race, there is a new face entering the White House. Donald Trump has been voted into office as the 45th president of the United States, the first president with no political or military experience. So now what does this mean for the country? According to the Trump campaign website, Americans […]

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Radnor community members donate 35 units of blood

Every two seconds someone in the United States is in need of a blood transfusion. Cabrini members gathered in the Grace Hall Atrium for the first of two blood drives this year to donate blood and save lives. People are always in need of blood. According to Miller-Keystone blood center, approximately 43,000 units of blood is used […]


Clinton’s email scandal: FBI’s verdict leaves Clinton in the clear

A topic of controversy flooding America’s TV screens in the recent months is Hilary Clinton’s email scandal. Clinton was put under investigation for the deletion of thousands of emails and handling “confidential” information on a personal email and a personal server, while she held the position of Secretary of State. As Secretary of State, Clinton’s […]

Business majors Matt Keelan and Danielle Kinckner got to speak about their experiences in the business department. Photo by Hope Daluisio

Prospective students take interest in Cabrini’s business department

Video by Anna Laquintano and Renata McGrath   The business department concluded another successful open house with prospective students coming to see what being a Cabrini business major is like. Open house is an opportunity for prospective students to not only see the campus but to also attend information sessions regarding the major they are […]