Category: News

What's happening on campus, in the community and around the world.

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Campus activities and programming board responds to COVID-19

Campus activities and programming board responds to COVID-19

Due to COVID-19, the campus activities and programming board (CAP Board) at Cabrini has had to double think their activity plans for the semester unti [...]
Virtual Cabrini Day: celebrating human resilience during the pandemic

Virtual Cabrini Day: celebrating human resilience during the pandemic

Cabrini will be hosting their annual Cabrini Day celebration on Tuesday, Nov. 10 in a mix of hyflex and virtual modalities.  This year, the Sch [...]
Pope Francis discusses same-sex civil unions

Pope Francis discusses same-sex civil unions

The pope, in a scene from an upcoming movie, said he believes in legal protections for same-sex couples. Later interpretations by Vatican spokesperson [...]
How COVID has affected college campus

How COVID has affected college campus

COVID-19 has taken the world by storm this year. It’s the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, Hubei province, and the [...]
Black bird watcher in Central Park accused

Black bird watcher in Central Park accused

Christian Cooper was enjoying the fresh Monday crisp air watching birds in Central Park when Amy Cooper brought her unleashed dog for a walk.  A po [...]
Students plans to come back after Thanksgiving break

Students plans to come back after Thanksgiving break

With the pandemic going on, it has made college and universities to think of different ways to keep students safe. Some colleges have been complete [...]
Explaining the preschool-to-prison pipeline and suggesting solutions

Explaining the preschool-to-prison pipeline and suggesting solutions

According to data collected from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, African American students in the United States, especiall [...]
Vote to be the voice of change, Cabrini grads say.

Vote to be the voice of change, Cabrini grads say.

Voting is such an important aspect of our lives that all people should take advantage of, Cabrini graduate panelists agreed on the “Why I Vote” panel. [...]
Say Her Name

Say Her Name

She slept in her home peacefully and did not wake up the next day. Her name was Breonna Taylor, an African American woman. She was a full time [...]
Are students’ school lives suffering due to the coronavirus pandemic?

Are students’ school lives suffering due to the coronavirus pandemic?

Are students receiving the education they want and are paying for? Is living on campus worth it anymore? Will students decide to stay living at their [...]
Students and faculty say online classes make learning passive.

Students and faculty say online classes make learning passive.

Just like the rest of the country Cabrini is has been affected by the coronavirus. Coronavirus has affected the way students are able to learn for [...]
Enforcing black studies at Cabrini University

Enforcing black studies at Cabrini University

2020 has been a monumental year so far. Not only is the world in a pandemic but it has erupted after the death of George Floyd, which caused protests [...]
Armenia and Azerbaijan conflict intensifies

Armenia and Azerbaijan conflict intensifies

The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has been in the news frequently over the past several weeks. Here is some background on the conflict.  [...]
Students and schools are anxious as testing procedures are put in place for the fall semester

Students and schools are anxious as testing procedures are put in place for the fall semester

Six months into a global pandemic and it is time for schools to make the hard decision to test or not test their students for COVID-19. Do schools [...]
Why was the second presidential debate cancelled?

Why was the second presidential debate cancelled?

Out of the many things to happen in 2020 the presidential debate has been canceled for the first time in modern history. The second debate came to [...]
Biden vs. Trump: Where do they stand on the issues?

Biden vs. Trump: Where do they stand on the issues?

With the election quickly approaching, people are looking at which candidate they think will best to lead America. For the Democratic party, Joe Biden [...]
What you should know about the upcoming election

What you should know about the upcoming election

After the president serves four years in office, it's election time. The people decide to elect someone new or re-elect the current president for anot [...]
Get to know the Center on Immigration at Cabrini

Get to know the Center on Immigration at Cabrini

  The Center on Immigration has been successfully promoting immigrant justice through research, education and advocacy since April 2017. T [...]
Amy Coney Barrett nominated for Supreme Court justice

Amy Coney Barrett nominated for Supreme Court justice

After the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court.  The Supreme Cour [...]
Cabrini’s staff and students voice their thoughts on the upcoming election.

Cabrini’s staff and students voice their thoughts on the upcoming election.

Many are calling the 2020 election the most important election in our lifetime. The 2020 election is headlined with the President, 35 seats in the Se [...]
Will Cabrini be extending its Wi-Fi anytime soon?

Will Cabrini be extending its Wi-Fi anytime soon?

Students that were kicked off campus due to COVID-19 were in for a surprise when they realized Cabrini’s Wi-Fi is still not top tier. Students say [...]
Company uses COVID-19 as a trademark

Company uses COVID-19 as a trademark

This pandemic causes people terror, but some have used it for their benefit.   This year COVID- 19 took the world by storm and killed more than a m [...]
The name change continues as formerly known Cru5h is now called the Grill.

The name change continues as formerly known Cru5h is now called the Grill.

One of Cabrini’s places to eat has received yet another name change: from Cru5h to The Grill. The Grill is one of three places to eat on Cabrini’s [...]
Is the younger generation more open to traveling during this pandemic?

Is the younger generation more open to traveling during this pandemic?

COVID-19 may have slowed down summer plans but certainly not for this younger generation.  The virus spread through China to Europe to the United S [...]
Diversity speaker says ‘It’s hard to hate close up’

Diversity speaker says ‘It’s hard to hate close up’

“It’s hard to hate close up,” Nydia Han, 6ABC News anchor and Emmy award-winning journalist, said. On Oct. 7, the Office of University Diversit [...]
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes away at age 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes away at age 87

America lost one of the most unexpected cultural icons on Sept. 18th, 2020. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away in her home due to preexisting com [...]
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