Category: Perspectives

Opinions from editors, staff writers and members of the college community.

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Me and Him Vs. Quarantine: my relationship advice to you

Me and Him Vs. Quarantine: my relationship advice to you

For a couple months now, my boyfriend and I have been quarantining together. This has been a huge transition for us, due to the fact that he’s usu [...]
‘Never Have I Ever’ thought I would see a show like this

‘Never Have I Ever’ thought I would see a show like this

"Never Have I Ever" is a show I wish existed when I was in high school. It tells the story of an Indian American high school sophomore named Devi [...]
Why so few young Americans vote

Why so few young Americans vote

Voting is not only our right, but our power. So why are new voters from the age of 18-29 choosing to surrender their power of voting? Studies show [...]
The backlash for Eminem’s new album demonstrates the problem with ‘cancel culture’‘cancel culture’

The backlash for Eminem’s new album demonstrates the problem with ‘cancel culture’‘cancel culture’

“Music To Be Murdered By,” Eminem’s 11th studio album, was released by surprise at midnight on the 17th of January this year. The album garnered a lot [...]
Young people should vote this election season

Young people should vote this election season

Many young people often say that they want their voices heard. And while it is true that younger people can be looked down upon and not listened to in [...]
Precautions my job has taken during the COVID-19 pandemic

Precautions my job has taken during the COVID-19 pandemic

During the times of the pandemic, many businesses have been forced to shut down and lay off their employees to slow the spread of COVID-19. But so [...]
College students need to get politically involved

College students need to get politically involved

We’re about to see history being made in the 2020 election. The highly anticipated election is expected to be a historic and groundbreaking milest [...]
Quarantine through the eyes of a 21-year-old college student

Quarantine through the eyes of a 21-year-old college student

At no point in my lifetime has toilet paper ever been considered "hard to come by." It's never even been something to think twice about, you just get [...]
How COVID-19 has affected my small beach town

How COVID-19 has affected my small beach town

COVID-19 has affected everyone differently and I truly believe that nothing regarding social interaction will be the same after this pandemic is o [...]
Why Hollywood sucks: There’s no representation of a strong single father

Why Hollywood sucks: There’s no representation of a strong single father

I grew up with just my dad and my sister. My dad raised us both the best he could possible. I might be a little biased, but I’d say he’s done a great [...]
The quarantine quarantined the minds of students

The quarantine quarantined the minds of students

First, let's start by establishing what COVID-19 is, According to hopkinsmedicine.org “Coronaviruses are a type of virus. There are many different kin [...]
COVID-19 won’t stop this 78-year-old man

COVID-19 won’t stop this 78-year-old man

Being away from home at college doesn’t prepare you for the risk and precautions that must be taken due to COVID-19. With a once in a lifetime virus s [...]
What to do if coaches play favorites

What to do if coaches play favorites

Every player looks forward to each sports season. Whether it be getting into shape during pre-season, running drills during practice or simply picking [...]
Do you think cheating is getting bad?

Do you think cheating is getting bad?

If it’s not broken, then there's no point in fixing it. When it comes to being with someone you have to be committed, but commitment is different [...]
Being an essential worker during a pandemic

Being an essential worker during a pandemic

Working on a regular day for me is simple; brewing coffee, making sandwiches and greeting customers. Since the spread of COVID-19, health care and foo [...]
A tribute to the teachers and coaches that changed our life growing up

A tribute to the teachers and coaches that changed our life growing up

Growing up we encountered a lot of teachers and if you get into sports a lot of coaches as well. These people that we come in contact with in our [...]
Grades do not ultimately define us

Grades do not ultimately define us

Grade point averages appear to be critical when it comes to defining intelligence. Although many people, myself included, believe grades are an inaccu [...]
Should stores hire people to work during the COVID-19 outbreak?

Should stores hire people to work during the COVID-19 outbreak?

The outbreak of the Coronavirus has brought up a mysterious question that many people are critically thinking about. That question is about if stores [...]
I chose to change

I chose to change

Every little detail matters. I have been told multiple times by my best friend that we are our own worst critics. I believe that. I am not a perfe [...]
Choosing to stay positive amid the coronavirus isn’t a bad thing

Choosing to stay positive amid the coronavirus isn’t a bad thing

Many people believe that the world is going to end due to the coronavirus, or it’s on its way there. I’m not going to say that those people aren’t val [...]
I took things for granted before COVID-19

I took things for granted before COVID-19

I never thought I would see a time when a pandemic shut down my normal life.  When COVID-19 was first announced I didn’t think much of it. I was st [...]
The effects that COVID-19 has had on students and their families

The effects that COVID-19 has had on students and their families

In the middle of March, everything changed for Cabrini students when our semester was cut short due to the quickly spreading COVID-19 virus. Conflicti [...]
Local governments: intimate, immediate, impactful

Local governments: intimate, immediate, impactful

Political progress has become increasingly rare in America, allowing city and state governments to provide hope for the future. The federal governm [...]
The faster we social distance ourselves the faster we can go outside

The faster we social distance ourselves the faster we can go outside

Social distancing - means remaning out of congregate settings, avoiding mass gatherings, and maintaing distance (approximately 6 feet or 2 meters) fro [...]
Dear coronavirus, you suck. Sincerely, me.

Dear coronavirus, you suck. Sincerely, me.

You just had to come to America, you just had to come to Pennsylvania and you just had to come to Montgomery County.  The year 2020 was supposed to be [...]
Senior year cut short; coronavirus pandemic cancels the senior year experience

Senior year cut short; coronavirus pandemic cancels the senior year experience

With the coronavirus, better known as COVID-19,  becoming a pandemic and headlining every single major media platform, I knew that the fate of my coll [...]
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