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Life of a student-athlete at a DIII school

“Being a student athlete benefits me in a wide range when regarding school and it drives me to try harder academically. Knowing that your coach is watching your grades and that if you slip up you could lose your spot on the team really pushes me to do my best in school,” sophomore field hockey […]


Grass vs. turf: which side is greener?

The 2015 U.S Women’s National Soccer team made waves when they called out FIFA for making them play on artificial turf in the World Cup and most of the Victory Tour, while 100 percent of the U.S Men’s National Soccer Team World Cup games were played on natural grass. A group of international women’s players […]


SAAC’s new snack shack in Dixon

The expansion of Cabrini’s Dixon Center, the Pavilion, will include many new renovations to the building. Hopefully the changes will draw the attention of oncoming freshmen and increase current students interest. The center’s new makeover will include a new fitness facility gym and studio space for yoga and other activities. It also will include dedicated […]

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Cavs hockey wins back-to-back PCRHL championships

PAIGE WAGNER / PHOTO FOR PUB   Cabrini College has captured their third overall and second consecutive PCRHL Championship. The Cavs won game one and two by 6-3 and then a 5-4 overtime win against Widener University. Game 1: The Cavs got things going early with a goal 50 seconds into the game by sophomore Clay […]


Carol White: A true inspiration to the men’s tennis team

The men’s tennis team, has had the pleasure of having someone push them to do their best at getting a solid victory. Carol White, assistant coach for the last two years, has showed so much passion for both her teams and the game of tennis. “I enjoy the people, the campus and the players show […]


Gender inequality in the workplace: The wage gap

Everyday is payday?  Not so much for women. American Association of University Women (AAUW) defines Equal Pay Day as the symbolic day when women’s earnings “catch up” to men’s earnings from the previous year. This year, this so called “holiday” was celebrated on April 12th. Why is a “catch up day” needed for women? In […]

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Wozniak leads on the field and in the classroom

Balancing school is not easy, add athletics to the mix makes and it makes the entire process even harder. “Balancing lacrosse and schoolwork can be challenging at times,” Sasha Wozniak, junior attacker, said. “Time management is very important when you are a student athlete. You need to plan out when to do your homework around […]

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Cavaliers sweep Falcons in double-header

Game 1: The Cavaliers looked to rebound from their last time out on the diamond, two losses in a double header against Neumann University this past Saturday. Cabrini College bounced back with a 10-1 victory against Cedar Crest in the first game of their double header on Tuesday, April 19, 2016. The Cavaliers improved to […]

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Women’s national soccer team looking for equal pay

The United States women’s national soccer team (USWNT) filed a complaint against the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for wage discrimination. This complaint was filed on Thursday, March 31 just five months ahead of the 2016 Olympics, in which the USWNT is picked to win the tournament. “We definitely […]

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Domestic violence is becoming a problem among professional athletes

Professional athletes tend to be looked at as role models for young kids and even teens. Almost every sports fan has the one athlete they love to watch play, has their jersey, checks their stats weekly and just keeps up with their personal life. But recently, cases of domestic abuse from professional athletes have been […]

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Student-athletes go through several precautions to prevent injuries

Injury happens easily in sports if an athlete does not know how to protect themselves. At school their coaches and trainers are there to educate them on protection and safety. Lacrosse and football are some of the harder sports that cause more injuries than sports like swimming. “Helmets, gloves, shoulder pads, elbow pads and shin […]

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Kyle Chevalier: A true Cavalier

A concussion is defined as a complex pathophysiological process that affects the brain, typically induced by trauma to the brain. It can be caused either by a direct blow to the head, or an indirect blow to the body, causing neurological impairments that may resolve spontaneously. An estimated 1.6 to 3.8 million sports related concussions […]

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Concussions have the ability to be a major setback for athletes

Concussions have affected sports players all around the world but believe it or not, many Cabrini sports players have had more than one. Sarah Martinez, freshman on the women’s basketball team has had three concussions within a four-year span. “After getting multiple ones you kinda start to realize like, maybe I should stop fooling around,” […]


The Rosemont Ravens are no match for the women’s lacrosse team

  In their fourth CSAC game of the season against the Rosemont Ravens, the women’s lacrosse team did what they have done for the last three years consecutively; win. Sophomore attacker Sasha Wozniak scored the first two goals of the game and the Cavaliers never looked back in route of a 16-1 victory over the […]


The softball team has a new head coach but a familiar face

It was announced in early November that the head coach of Cabrini’s softball team, Mitchell Kline, would not be coaching for the spring 2016 season due to sick leave. Instead, Cabrini alumna Sammy Thompson took on the role as interim head coach, amidst her various other jobs around Cabrini College. “Back in October Mitch sat […]