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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.


University or college, does it matter?

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few weeks and have been completely left out of the loop you would know that Cabrini has recently gone through the momentous transition from a college to a university. This was more than just a name change as it came with an updated campus, […]


Clinton uses personal email; disrespects American lives

Hillary Clinton demonstrated a disregard for rules and indifference towards the safety of American citizens when she discussed classified, government information on her personal email server. Clinton used her own personal email system during her time as senator through her career as Secretary of State. A month after Clinton stepped down as Secretary of State, […]


The stigma towards red solo cups

It is that time of the year again. The summer has ended and the fall has begun. It is one of the most exciting times as friends reunite after a long summer apart. Everyone is ready to celebrate the new school year and let the festivities begin. As you watch people’s snapchat stories or scroll […]

The University came with some nice new directory signs.

First week at the new U!

Over the summer Cabrini College became Cabrini University! The school has made some new additions to accommodate the title: the new and improved Dixon Center, new flag, signs and shuttles. The school’s new appearance is up to par. Overall, many of the upperclassman were in agreement that the school has not changed much and still feels […]

I looked into the future of VR, and I loved what I saw

I looked into the future of VR, and I loved what I saw

Virtual reality has intrigued humans for hundreds of years. From early attempts in the form of panoramic paintings to the lesser known Nintendo Virtual Boy, we have covered quite some distance. So far, in fact, that now it seems our most outlandish dreams are coming to reality, virtual reality to be exact. As of 2016, […]

Some of the soccer team move in helpers. Anyone can join the move in helpers through the SEAL office

A little recognition for Cabrini’s own move in helpers

Packing and organizing all of your belongings and moving them into a dorm room is, without a doubt, one of the most stressful things. Compacting various items, from a mini fridge down to paperclips, into a car and heading off to your new home is exciting and equally exhausting. Getting everything into the car is only […]


Residence Life welcomes new member to their team

Tatiana Baker is a new member of our Cabrini team! Baker recently just begin in a position working for Residence Life this year. Residence Life is the place to go for information or problems having to do with housing on campus. Baker takes care of housing problems, any other related incidents, problems with parties, sexual assault cases and […]

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Don’t Breathe Movie Review *Spoilers*

“Don’t Breathe” is a thriller/horror movie that kept everyone, including myself at the end of their seats. This movie came together with the directing of Fede Alvarez. Alvarez chose to have a special twist with this horror film. It takes place in Detroit where a group of friends plan to rob a blind Veteran’s house, assuming it […]


Why my ESPN fantasy football app did not work

Britton Colquitt, the kicker for the Cleveland Browns was about to launch the first kickoff of the 2016 football season to the Eagles at 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Just like millions of other Americans, I clicked my ESPN fantasy football app on my phone, waiting to see the first scoring update of the season from […]


The crazy path that two soccer players took to Cabrini

One of the coolest things about Cabrini becoming a University this past July is the allure that the word “university” provides. It represents a much larger group of people coming together as one, hence the prefix, “uni.” The term university warrants respect, both from onlookers and members of its community. It is not something to […]

American hero not so heroic anymore

During the early morning of Aug. 14, 2016, American Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte went out for a night on the town to celebrate the ending of his successful Olympic Games. What was intended to be a fun night with teammates ended up being a night which would cause a worldwide controversy. Lochte, an American Olympic […]

Public safety worked with Radnor police to institute safety policies and procedures for active shooter situations. (Photo by Emily Rowan)

Campus employees get trained for active shooters situations

Students and faculty members experienced their first mock active shooter drill on August 2nd, 4th, and 9th this past Summer. The Radnor Police Department along with Public Safety was highly involved in testing out the University’s new protocol. Colleges and universities across the country were rocked by the unexpected and numerous outbreaks of active shooters in the learning environment. […]


Woodcrest unveils new renovations as new students move in

  Woodcrest Hall went under renovations last spring in wake of a flood in the building. The project was completed in time to welcome new students for this coming school year. “It’s really nice here. It’s good to have a new space that no one has lived in before,” Bailey Janowski, a freshman Woodcrest Hall […]


New school year brings new parking regulations on campus

  Starting in the Fall semester of 2016, Cabrini will be implementing a zoned parking policy. Zoned parking is a simple idea, in which students are grouped based on their grade, then each group is designated to a certain parking lot. In the past few years, juniors and seniors were losing parking spots to the […]


Cabrini University grows as it looks to the future

  On July 1, 2016 Cabrini officially became Cabrini University. Students and staff interviewed said they are thrilled about the new name and for Cabrini’s future. Cabrini becoming a university is only the first step to the exciting new possibilities to come. “We are going to see more international students on campus and I think we […]

Transfer students are welcomed to the Cabrini community from day one. (Photo by Emily Rowan)

Transfer students find a new home at Cabrini

  Every year Cabrini has many new freshmen that come into the community. On top of all of the freshmen that come into the school there are the new students who transfer from other schools. Cabrini is not one of the biggest schools that a student can go to but it is a school that […]


Wifi creates difficulty for students trying to complete work

  Today, many people rely on the internet to complete daily tasks for work or school. Without internet connection, it makes it very difficult to complete these tasks on time and efficiently. Most professors require students to submit assignments though Cabrini Learn which requires internet access, or students may be enrolled in online classes which […]


New Center for Student Success replaces former Center for Teaching and Learning

    The Center for student success is a new center for students to stay on top of things. The services included in the center are Academic Counseling, Professional Development, Disability Resource Center, Enrollment Retention, First-Year Experience, Math Resource Center, Peer Tutoring, Professional Advising and the Writing Center. Most of these services have been around at […]


The end of an era: Social media grows as newspapers decline

In the age of instant gratification through social media platforms, a new way of being alerted to events happening across the world has emerged as well. Snapchat, Facebook live videos, live Twitter discussions and videos give you an immersive news experience that many turn to over its paper counterpart. Newspapers have seen its greatest decline […]