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The Disability Resource Center: Here to lend a helping hand

Video by Hope Daluisio and Chris Fonte   Students who need a helping hand in their studies or have been experiencing a struggle throughout their academic career can find the help they need on campus inside the Disability Resource Center (DRC) located in Founders Hall rooms 93-99. The staff works to, “offer support and appropriate […]


Dr. Thomas Sugrue: 2016 Jolyon Pitt Girard Speaker

While social justice is in the air more than the daily fall flu virus at Cabrini University, it is not everyday that students get the chance to be submerged in information on one specific social justice issue by a knowledgeable scholar. From Monday, Oct. 17 to Wednesday Oct. 19, this year’s Jolyon Pitt Girard Scholar-in-Residence, […]

University hosts annual Campus Beautification Day

On Wednesday, Oct. 5, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the first Beautifying event of the year occurred at Cabrini University. Students, faculty, staff and community members came together to add to the beauty of the campus and made sure that it was spotless by the end of the day. Those who participated in Beautification Day planted shrubs […]

Many students rely on ride services like Uber to get around. (Flickr:

Uber everywhere but Philadelphia

  Uber and Lyft rideshare services have been made illegal in Philadelphia. The regulation that allowed the services to operate in Philadelphia ended Sept. 30th at midnight. Under legal circumstances, the companies paid the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) one percent of their gross sales. Of that one percent, the PPA only kept one-third of that […]

Breast cancer can be caught early by having mammograms. (Ashley Sierzega)

Cabrini University thinks pink for breast cancer awareness month

  Cabrini University spreads breast cancer awareness throughout the month of October Breast cancer is a disease that affects millions of people all across the world. According to, about 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. For years, breast cancer awareness organizations such as, Susan G. […]

Recycling is just one step people can take to help the planet. (Ashley Sierzega)

Does Cabrini reduce, reuse and recycle?

  As you take the last gulp of gatorade, you look around the room and notice there is no opportunity to recycle, only a big gray trash can. Do you place it in the trash can, confront faculty and staff about not having a recycling bin, or put the bottle in your bag and wait […]

Cabrini says NO to rape culture

Brock Turner, champion swimmer, was recently released from prison three months earlier than his six-month sentence. Many planned to protest outside of San Jose Hall of Justice to have the judge retained. There is now a bill inspired by the case to support the victims of sexual assault. The bill will change state law and […]


Wolfington Center hosts VP debate watching party

Video by Emily Rowan and Devon Johnson   October during a presidential election year brings about many debates between candidates. This year, the Wolfington Center decided to host “parties” so students could come together for each of these debates and learn, discuss and enjoy. While there are three separate debates for the candidates for president, […]

The "Simply to Go" case has been broken since the start of the semester.

Food shortage at the RAC grille

How many times have you been to your favorite fast food spot and they were out of your favorite item? What if the next food stop is miles away and you are without a car? That is the predicament that most of Cabrini students are in due to the food shortage at the RAC Grille […]

Students at presidential debate at Hofstra University.

2016 Presidential Debate through the eyes of Cabrini and Hofstra

From tax justice, to living wages, to democracy, healthcare and citizenship, it was expected that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump would share their perspectives on multiple topics over the ninety minute period of the first presidential debate on Monday, Sept. 6, 2016.   Two perspectives that were not given in the debate or discussed in just […]

CBP Border Patrol agent conducts a pat down of a female Mexican being placed in a holding facility. (Creative Commons: Gerald L. Nino)

Immigration attorney fights to keep unaccompanied minors safe

“My youngest client who was not in immigration court with a parent was six years old.” David Bennion is a Philadelphia-based immigration attorney who specializes in fighting to keep families together in the United States. He especially works with unaccompanied youth who travel to the United States to seek safety. “Right now I am representing […]


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 […]


Wolfington Center: Helping you cast your vote this November

As November inches closer, so does the deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 8 election. The Wolfington Center, located on the third floor of Founder’s Hall, is the go-to place for all information about casting your vote. The Wolfington Center is the center for social justice, community engagement and social teaching. “We deeply believe that people should engage in […]


Successful turnout for SGA-hosted 3v3 basketball tournament

The Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a three-versus-three basketball tournament Wednesday, Sept. 21. Calling out all of the ball players on campus, they were lured in through free admission, water and pretzels! SGA member and sophomore Jack Sanders was apart of the organization of this year’s tournament. “I do not know who came up with […]

Shuttle bus maintenance causes headaches for Cabrini students

Shuttle bus maintenance causes headaches for Cabrini students

Cabrini students who rely on the school’s shuttle bus system recently became frustrated when one of the shuttle buses went out of service due to maintenance problems. Students of all kinds use the bus system for different purposes. Commuters use the bus to get home and some students who work off campus rely on the […]

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 […]

Mother Teresa devoted her life to serving "the poorest of the poor." (Creative Commons)

“We don’t pray to Mother Teresa, we pray through Mother Teresa”

  Mother Teresa has preformed two miracles for the sick in her lifetime which is the number of miracles required for sainthood. In 2002, Mother Teresa healed an Indian woman’s cancer of the abdomen, and in 2008 she healed a Brazilian man of numerous brain tumors. In December of 2015, Mother Teresa’s second miracle was […]

Students take shelter to stay warm and safe from the elements. (Jerry Zurek)

ECG students head to the woods to learn what it is like to be a refugee

    The world today is very complicated. We aren’t always shown everything that happens. In today’s society people are only shown the fighting going on between different countries but are never shown what happens to the families or those who aren’t fighting. Cabrini University has classes known as Engagement for the Common Good (ECG). All […]