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Serving Food Solutions

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors look at food insecurity from three directions: a description of why so many Americans go hungry, the consequences of being food insecure, and innovative solutions to this national issue.


Domestic Violence

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this web site both to educate Pennsylvania elementary school teachers about Domestic Violence and to give teachers ways to help students living with Domestic Violence.


Youth Voices Rise: the Arab awakening

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this site based on interviews conducted with young people and others involved in the Arab Awakening.

What’s up with getting down?

When first setting foot on campus as a student, one of the most evident realizations one has is the sudden freedom that they gain. These freedoms range from eating whenever and whatever, skipping classes without their parents having to know and of course, the freedom to slide between the sheets virtually whenever the time feels […]


Do some RAs abuse their power in their position?

This is not an attack, but a mirror reflecting what I have witnessed over my last four years living on campus. Through my time, I have met far more good RAs than bad, but there are undoubtedly bad apples in the bunch.  On any given night inside the residence halls on campus, the sentence “oh […]

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Is the classroom educating heads or hearts?

Some argue that education is not just learning inside the walls of the classroom, but taking what they know into other areas and educating something more — their hearts. In 1957, Cabrini College was founded by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Although the Sisters did found a college, what they started […]

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Volunteer experiences educate the heart

The Wolfington Center plays an important role on campus when providing volunteer opportunities to the Cabrini community to help the vulnerable in the surrounding towns. The center is a place where students go to learn more information about these volunteer experiences and are able to ask the staff questions if they are interested in volunteering. […]

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Body cameras can create positive interactions between community and police officers, some police say

#BlackLivesMatter is a movement protesting violence by police against African-Americans. Confrontations between police and community are frequent, and often bloody.  Articles about another person killed at the hands of a police officer or obituaries highlighting memories of a fallen officer are all too common.   Recently an officer was arrested for shooting a young black […]


2016 Election: The race for Iowa

The three main candidates the media are focusing on for the election so far are Bernie Sanders (D), Donald Trump (R), and Hillary Clinton (D). Other notable names in the presidential race are Ted Cruz (R), Marco Rubio (R) and Martin O’Malley (D). The upcoming Iowa caucuses are the main focus of these candidates. The predictions of […]


Robinson brings skills and leadership to the court

There are many players that have played on the court at the Nerney Field House. Sophomore in the classroom and a freshman on the court, Ivan Robinson, has played the role of a student athlete and this season for the Cavaliers. He is from Pennsauken, N.J. and attended Paul IV high school. Returning to the […]


Eat less, drink more: Scary trend takes campuses by storm

An average college student will take in about 900-1,200 calories from one night of drinking alone. Sound like too much? It is really not. An average beer has about 150 calories. But let’s be real, college students are not stopping at just one. So, how many is in a six-pack? A whopping 800 calories. When […]

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Students weigh in on the difference between steroids and supplements

What is the difference between steroids and workout supplements? According to Difference, steroids were originated to help rebuild muscle loss due to severe illnesses but were then later used to “bulk” up muscles before a workout by delivering the hormone testosterone to the body allowing the muscles to swell up. This overtime became dangerous […]


Religion on campus is not for all, students say

At one point in time the old saying “practice what you preach” was the centerfold for the American way of life. Sadly, nowadays people only preach what they do not practice. College students do not spend their time going to church but rather spend their time hanging out with friends and enjoying the social aspect […]

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Every day should be Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is that one day set aside for showing someone how much you love them. But should that not be every day? Why does a holiday have to dictate when you buy your girl flowers and take her out to a fancy dinner? Valentine’s Day should be every day! If you are lucky enough […]


College hires instructional designer to help with online learning

Over winter break, Dr. Andrew Pron was hired to help develop online learning and technology in the classroom. Before Pron was hired by Cabrini he worked for a company called the educational information Resource Center and an instructional designer for K-12 schools. “One of the goals is to increase our online presence as we develop […]

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I’d Tap That, student give their opinions about water on campus

Did you know that in 2015 Americans used almost 50 billion plastic water bottles? However, only 23 percent of those water bottles were recycled, meaning that 38 billion water bottles were wasted. Every year, factories use more than 17 billion gallons of oil to produce plastic water bottles. This is enough to fuel 1.3 million […]