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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.


Increasing The Peace: Peacebuilding after conflict and natural disasters

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this website based on over 60 interviews conducted with individuals and peacebuilding organizations worldwide.

Christle’s book corner – Week of Oct. 23, 2014

Alfie Deyes, a budding British, YouTube star, has been making his mark on teen and young adult pop culture through online videos and now, he is published. A nod to his YouTube channel name, Pointless Blog, The Pointless Book is all about interaction and exclusive content for his viewers. The book is categorized as an […]

Bassnectar brings the bass

Synthesizing trickling sounds of giggles while mixing a deep baseline with euphoric echoes, this bass god has truly outdone himself with Noise Vs. Beauty. Working with artists such as Ellie Goulding and Lupe Fiasco with his past two albums, Lorin Ashton, also known as Bassnectar, went a different path for his album Noise Vs. Beauty.

The Cabrini Women’s basketball team begins season vs Eastern University in the Battle for Eagle Road on Nov. 17. (Amarra Boone/Photo Editor)

Women’s basketball looks to repeat history

Star player and forward of the women’s basketball team, Amber Keys, says she’s looking forward for this years upcoming women’s basketball season. Keys who is now a Senior says she cant wait to be with her team and is looking forward to having another good year. Last year the women’s basketball team made history with […]

Eagles at 49ers

The State of the Eagles after the bye week

After a 5-1 start to the season, the Eagles are tied atop the NFC East and tied for the NFL’s best record. After an impressive start to the season, many wonder if the Eagles have earned the right to be considered an elite team after nail-biting finishes and inconsistencies from the offense and defense.

Dr. Amy Persichetti teaches the Dating and Domestic Violence as an ECG class. (Jessica Paradysz/Perspectives Editor)

ECG raises awareness of domestic violence

Students and teachers have whispered and talked about the media blitz of domestic violence stories. The media runs these stories of professional athletes beating their wives with gripping headlines and footage, yet these are real lives. How is this truly promoting intelligent conversations about such a terrible issue? There is a vital need for educational […]

Members of club at the workshop. (Maria Monastra/Submitted Photo) hosts self-defense workshop

The Dixon Center was packed with people this Saturday. However this time it was not the lacrosse team occupying the gym. A crowd of unfamiliar faces loaded into the Dixon Center Dance Studio as, Cabrini’s self-defense class was held from 1p.m. to 3 p.m.

Students attending the leadership summit. (Samantha Jacobs/Staff Writer)

First annual Leadership Summit teaches students tips for success

Sleeping in is never an option for student leaders. The First Annual Student Leadership Summit was held on Friday, Oct. 10, better recognized as the dean’s fall holiday. This enabled busy student leaders to earn the LEADStrong points they had been striving for or to discover ways to better their leadership roles in clubs with […]

Jordan Floyd hard at work. (Najah Dingle/Staff Writer)

Some students take more than 4 years to get degree

The “Finish in Four” poster tells us how to get through college in four years. Will it work for every student? If you’re a student that knows your major right away. Do not have too many expenses so work study is enough for you every two weeks. Have good time management then the advice of […]

The trivia night was presented by CAP Board and Student Diversity. (Jill Nawoyski/Staff Writer)

Students attend LGBT trivia night

In 1984, what city became the first in the United States to extend domestic partnership benefits to lesbian and gay city employees? Stumped for the correct answer? Well, that would be the city of Berkeley, CA. On Wednesday Oct. 15, Student Diversity and CAP Board hosted LGBT Trivia night with text breakers.

Cabrini students wrap up midterms

Overcoming the mid-point of an academic term can often come as a challenge to college students. Students often start their academic semesters off right, they tend to be bombarded as the term progresses. Students run into difficulties understanding the content of particular course.

A screenshot of the app once you download it.

Application low down – Week of Oct. 23, 2014

There is Tinder for politics. Who would have known that there would be an app for senators meeting up? It makes sense for many of them to dedicate their time to traveling, speeches, planning, and other objectives for politics. They barely get to have time to go out there and date.

Former Cabrini guard Brittnay Sandone is now a special-ed assistant, at Hatfield elementary. (Amarra Boone/Photo Editor)

Brittany Sandone cherishes Cabrini memories

All-American honorable mention, CSAC player of the year, 1,000-point scorer and fifth place on the all-time scoring record. The list of accolades and awards stretching over the past four years goes on and on. Brittany Sandone, or “Britt” as her teammates and coaches called her, a Harleysville, Pa native and Cabrini class of 2014 graduate, […]