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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.

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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.

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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.

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Winged liner and dramatic lashes are in for Spring 2015. Use a liquid eyeliner, eyelash curler and volume mascara for the look.

New York Fashion Week reveals spring makeup trends

Spring makeup is usually full of bright and rosy pinks, pretty pastels and oozing with sugar- sweetness. Spring 2015 is pretty and sweet, with an edge. New York’s Fashion Week was packed with slim models walking down the runway in custom designs. Although most kept their faces forward, thinking about not tripping and did not […]

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Sixers make bold moves at trade deadline

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia 76ers were very active at the NBA trade deadline. The Sixers made some noise early by acquiring JavVale McGee and a first round pick in a three-team deal with the Washington Wizards and Oklahoma City Thunder. The big splash did not come till later in the day when the […]

Assistant coach Dana Wilber is in his first year here with the Cabrini Men’s Lacrosse team.

A players’ journey from the field to the sideline

There are many varying aspects that are working to prepare the men’s lacrosse team for the 2015 season. All teams need players and a head coach however the assistant coach is a critical part to a team’s success. Currently, the men’s Head Coach Steve Colfer has four assistance coaches and a strength and conditioning coach […]

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Jair Green and his team after their CSAC semi-final game.

Men’s basketball moves on to CSAC finals

The Cabrini Men’s basketball team hosted Gwynedd Mercy in the semifinals of the Colonial State Athletic Conference on Tuesday night. Four seed Gwynedd Mercy got to this point after hosting Rosemont in the first round and cruising to an 83-66 victory. Cabrini had a bye in the first round after earning the top seed and […]

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Junior guard Kristina Startare averages 6.8 points, 2.5 assists and 5.0 rebounds per game.

Kristina Startare wears her jersey while double majoring

Kristina Startare is portrayed as a perfect example of a student athlete. The 5’7” forward on the women’s basketball team has played in 25 games with roughly 25 minutes per game and has also had about 171 points, prior to the CSACs. Although she’s busy on the court, the criminology and sociology double major doesn’t […]

Women’s Lax fall in Cali

Unfortunately, the women’s lacrosse team took a tough loss with a final score of 18-15 against the Colorado College Tigers at their season opener in Santa Barbra Ca. Although the lady cavaliers were unable to pull out a win, their offense was well balanced and several players made contributions. Senior midfielder, Lacie Doubet, led the […]

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Seniors Megan Decker (No. 31) Amber Keys (No.44) and Se’Quia Bailey (far right, team manager), were honored during the Lady Cavs senior night win over Gwynedd Mercy.

Women’s basketball celebrates senior night

The women’s basketball team, supporters and staff all came together to celebrate and enjoy senior night. This night was historic as the Cavaliers left the game undefeated in the conference, topping Gwynedd Mercy University 66-56. The victory closed out the Cavaliers’ regular season with a 23- 3 record and 16-0 in the Colonial States Athletic […]


Seniors Vinny Walls (far left) Aaron Walton-Moss (left) Howard Blake III (far right) and Jason Williams (team manager, not picutred), were honored during the Cavs senior night win over Gwynedd Mercy.

Men’s basketball seniors honored at senior night

The Cavaliers ended their regular season with a win over Gwynedd Mercy University. Senior night at Nerney Field House was everything perfect for the Men’s basketball team. With a seventh consecutive win, the Cavs end their season with a overall 16-9 record and 13-5 conference play. The senior night win placed Cabrini as the top […]

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Calvin the Cavalier Continues to Pump Up the Cabrini Spirit

The mystery of who Calvin the Cavalier is remains a mystery but what we do know is that this mascot brings the spirit to Cabrini events. Students share their thoughts on why Calvin embodies the personality of campus events and we got some court time with the man himself! Check out the full episode of […]

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Do Students and Employers See Eye to Eye?

Recent reports have described that students and employers have different perceptions of how prepared a recent graduate is to enter the work force. Graduating seniors and the Center for Career and Professional Development place their intake on this startling topic for the class of 2015. Check out the full episode of LOQation only on their […]

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KOP Restaurant Week Attracts Students for Spring Break

From March 1-8, King of Prussia will be hosting their first ever Restaurant Week where certain restaurants will be offering special menus at a discounted price. We got a look at why this is a great outlet for students staying on campus during Spring Break. Check out the full episode of LOQation only on their […]

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Men’s lacrosse suits up for the season

Coming off of a strong win in their home opener, the men’s lacrosse team talks about what they’ve been doing to prepare for the new season and how they plan to keep on playing in a CSAC state of mind. Check out the full episode only on LOQation’s official YouTube channel!

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Child Health Forum informs Cabrini of food insecurity

On Friday, Feb. 20, Cabrini hosted the Child Health Forum which brought in over 150 industry professionals to talk about the ongoing issue of food insecurity. We got to sit down with two of those experts to get their insights on the topic. Check out the full episode of LOQation only on their official YouTube […]

Faculty forum informs staff about rites of passage

Rites of passage is a socialization program to empower girls by giving them a set of experiences, a presenter said Wednesday. “Once a week these girls met and did activities about conflict resolution and learned about female heroes,” a faculty member told an audience of approximately twenty-five faculty members at the Faculty Forum on Wednesday […]

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Student diversity: not just an office

Diversity should be appreciating everyone’s differences. There is no reason for all of us to be the same – that is boring, so just celebrating those differences is a start. A diversity office should celebrate differences but realize that we each are at a different stage of openness to differences. As Cabrini becomes more diverse, […]

The lunch and learn session informed students on enrollment trends in higher education for African American students. It was held Feb. 10 in Grace Hall. (Marina Haley / Staff Writer)

Graduation rates of African American students discussed at panel

The graduation rate of African American students is less than that of Caucasian students, said a speaker at the brown bag luncheon. The brown bag luncheon is a place where students and faculty can come and learn about the enrollment rates at Cabrini in comparison to student rates on a national level. This information is compared […]

Dr. Alia Sheety presenting on honor killings at the faculty forum on Feb. 11. (Jill Nawoyski / Asst. News Editor)

Professor sheds light on honor killings

In the 21st century, some Palestinian women in Israel are being murdered to save the honor of their families, a Cabrini professor revealed in a research presentation on campus. Dr. Alia S. Sheety, a Palestinian Israeli herself, presented her research on honor killings at the Faculty Forum on Wednesday, Feb. 11. Sheety addressed her fellow […]

Student creates play as senior capstone project

Making the senior capstone project something extraordinary is a goal many Cabrini students hope for. Alyssa Reape is a senior English major with a minor in theater and writing. Completing and passing the capstone project is essential to graduating. Her capstone was a play she wrote, directed, and acted in. Her friend, George Nave also […]

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Emma Watson took to Twitter to put a halt to dating rumors.

Emma Watson shoots down royal dating rumors

Emma Watson, who we all grew up admiring as the precocious Hermione Granger in the “Harry Potter” movies, could be dating a Harry in real life. To be exact, Prince Harry of Wales, the bad-boy with ginger hair that is fourth in  line to be King of England. This is what dreams are made of. […]

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Cabrini is not known for it’s Greek life. It may not be as crazy as the movies, but embraces charity and sisterhood. Is it worth the cost to join?  Below:  Logo of Delta Xi Phi, a multicultural society with 23 chapters.

Pledging Delta Xi Phi— is it worth it?

Most members of any sorority would say it is about “being part of a sisterhood” which is the most cliched response of all time. This could be true when seen on the surface but as most of us know there is way more substance than what is on the surface.  Nowadays society has portrayed sororities […]

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Convergence of childhood obesity and hunger

9 a.m. Welcome “Both childhood obesity and childhood hunger go hand in hand,” an experienced advisor to Philadelphia food recovery projects, teacher for innovative sustainability and researcher on food security, water security and global food waste, said. Steven M. Finn, along with many other professionals, gathered throughout the day on Fri., Feb. 20 from 8 […]

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Room pick is quickly approaching. Do you know where you want to live on campus next year?

Winning the room pick lottery

As the winter is coming to an end, room pick is getting closer and closer. Seniors will graduate, juniors will become seniors, sophomores will turn into upperclassmen and freshmen become a little more relevant. The way that room pick works is simple. Seniors go first followed by juniors which is followed by, well you get the point. Freshmen […]

New VP for marketing and communications Celia Cameron. (cabrini.edu)

New V.P. appointed for marketing and communications

Celia Cameron has earned the title of vice president for marketing and communications for the college and has the background to prove it. Cameron has the experience of working at educational institutions, prior to her current position at Cabrini. She has worked at Lehigh University, The University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, Fordham University as well […]