Top Menu

Featured Student Media Projects


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.

Screen Shot 2015-10-08 at 2.17.14 PM

We should not be scared of our education

This past Saturday, a gun threat warning was issued for all colleges in the Philadelphia region. According to TIME Magazine, schools such as Temple University, Drexel University and University of Pennsylvania received threats, which were confirmed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. After the recent shooting in Oregon, which took the lives of 10 students […]


Farrell breaks all-time points record

Kerry Anne Farrell, senior field hockey forward, closed out her September with a bang. Farrell broke the Cabrini field hockey record of most points scored on Friday, Sept. 18 at Widener University’s home field. Over her four years, Farrell has tallied 143 points beating the previous record of 141 held by Jessi Valerio. “Breaking the […]


Cabrini Workshop Gets You Familiar with You

On September 30, 2015, director of the center of Student Engagement and Leadership, Anne Filippone and assistant director, Amber LaJeunesse, held their second “Know Yourself” workshop in the Iadorola building in room 118. The LEADstrong hosts have been running self awareness workshops since the Fall of 2011, but this one marks only the second annual […]


Women’s soccer takes on NYU

The women’s soccer team returned to EdithRobb Dixon Field to play against the New York University Violets. The Cavaliers suffered a 3-0 defeat to the Violets.  The non-conference loss drops the Cavaliers to 2-5-1 for this season. The Violet’s grabbed an early lead as Olivia Braender-Carr, sophomore, netted a goal in the seventh minute.   Despite […]

Screen Shot 2015-09-30 at 7.47.55 PM

Philly Sports Box Oct. 4, 2015

Patrick’s Q&A Pat: The Philadelphia Eagles lost 23-20 to the Washington Redskins on Sunday. What did you think was the biggest reason for the loss? Kevin: I would definitely have to say the offensive line once again was the biggest reason for the loss. Every time Sam Bradford had time, the Eagles were able to […]

I do (2)

Young adults begin marriage consideration

  Several students engage in short-term, casual relationships in college. There are also many couples that decide to get married as undergraduate students. “Students think that the ideal marriage age is around 26 years old,” Frances Mota, senior marketing major and Spanish minor, said. The number itself is not the most important factor when students […]

tips (1)

Students start to be smart with money

It is quite common, in this day and age, for people to want to enroll in college and obtain a higher level of education that will benefit them in the future, though it comes with a price — a rather large price. It is chatter to hear around campus that college is expensive. Between tuition, […]


Dad bod, flab or fab?

For those who have not yet heard of the term “Dad bod,” it is one of the latest fads. This chubby dad-like body type has become extremely popular in the past few months. Instead of the usual six-pack beach body, men have been switching it up and intaking more calories to get that old dad […]


Kayne West to run for president in 2020

Just as we thought it could not get worse for politics than to have Donald Trump running for president, news comes out that Kanye West intends to run in the 2020 presidential election. In an interview with Vanity Fair in late September, Kayne had a lot to talk about. The interview was mainly all about […]


Transitioning from the East side to the West side

When I think about the many places I have stayed and lived, my freshman and sophomore dorm rooms are not up there amongst my favorites. Communal bathrooms, smaller rooms and strict policies for signing guests in are only a few things that can make the east side of campus a bit less enjoyable. After a […]

Screen Shot 2015-10-06 at 11.50.06 PM

Trump and Clinton continue to lead in polls for presidential election

Based on the most recent polls announced by major news outlets (including FOX news, CNN, NBC and Wall Street Journal, CBS and New York Times), Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton remain in the lead for their respective parties for the 2016 presidential election. More recently, Trump has faced growing opposition in the Republican Party from […]

Music that college students across the country listen to vary. Graphic designed by: Katie Muska

Music shaming creates unnecessary conflicts

A popular topic trending throughout the years that we do not commonly notice 100 percent of the time is called “music shaming.” Music shaming is the discrimination between two people or groups because of difference in music genre preferences and opinions. The two most frequent music fans that I see voicing their opinions to each […]

1000 (1)

New graduate program students are offered orientation

Cabrini College has many graduate programs and since they have been growing, the college decided it was time to get the graduate students more involved with the campus. The first orientation for graduate students was held over this past summer and they plan to have one this upcoming summer as well. “The orientation is for […]

Planned Parenthood statistics as of 2014

Plans for Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood has definitely made headlines lately and it has not been very positive. I do not really know how I feel about the whole Planned Parenthood situation. I am in the middle and I will tell you exactly why. First let us start off with this: if you are pro-abortion I cannot respect you. […]


Mental health plagues students

Mental illness affects the lives of thousands of students.  Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students averaging about 1,100 a year. Troubled by her brother Brian’s suicide, Alison Malmon was puzzled by how few people talked about mental health issues.  Two years after Brian’s passing, Malmon created Open Minds, a mental health […]

Untitled design

What is Active Minds?

Active Minds is the leading national nonprofit organization working to engage the student voice to change the conversation about mental health. “Through a rapidly growing network of more than 400 student-led chapters at colleges and universities, Active Minds is providing information, leadership opportunities and advocacy training to the next generation,” Maggie Bertram said. “Powerful national […]

Untitled design-2

Woodcrest Magazine portrays award-winning campus stories

Woodcrest Magazine is an award-winning literary magazine run by the English department.  The title of the magazine ste ms from the college’s old yearbook called Woodcrest Yearbook. Originally the magazine was only available in the print version, which was started by Dr. Seth Frechie, English professor. Since 2010, Dr. Amy Persichetti has been the faculty adviser […]