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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.


How are drugs handled on campus?

Drugs and alcohol are present, but students rarely are caught. The residence life office handles drug incidents on campus, but information is not taken to provide true statistics of how present drugs are on Cabrini’s campus, the assistant director of residence life at Cabrini said. Besides alcohol “we do have some incidents with marijuana, but […]



Many students grow up in different cultures than their roommates. It is common to think that certain things their roommates do are extremely strange. Students experience differences when it comes to the way they sleep. Some have common habits and others are just seem to be “crazy.” “My roommate sleeps on top of her covers,” freshman, Nicolette Morroni […]


Tour opinions, what are ambassadors showing off?

Campus tours are given everyday by the student ambassadors.  Giving prospective students a look at Cabrini’s beauty is something they take pride in doing. Sophomore business major, Tori Hall, is no stranger to Cabrini’s campus and pointing out all its attractive features. Hall said that she loves to show people the mansion because it is […]


Life as a NARP

There is a lot of work that goes into being an athlete. Between class, homework, practice and games they have a pretty busy schedule, but what about the non-athletes are they just swimming in free time or are they just as busy? NARP stands for Non-Athletic-Regular-Person and it’s what some athletes use to refer to […]

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Are over protective parents raising more rebellious kids?

Some students at Cabrini have strict parents while others are not so strict. Those who admitted to having protective parents seemed to want more freedom while those whose parents were not protective wanted more structure rather than freedom. Rory Early, a junior, said that he calls his parents more now than he did his freshman […]

Angelina Miller / Photo for Pub  Mr. and Miss Cabrini nominees get silly before the show, showcasing their school spirit.

Pageant prevails despite last-minute changes

Mr. & Mrs. Cabrini Pageant 2015 by Slidely Slideshow   The Mr. and Miss Cabrini pageant, hosted annually by CAP board, was filled with excitement in Grace Hall. However, this year, there was a bit of added stress in the crucial time before the pageant. Juniors, Ben Roda and Anthony DiMartino, dropped out with less […]

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Movies in class bring a new way of learning

Movies in class never seemed to be a problem for students. Movies that are shown in class have been considered a “free day” or a gift to students that they think the lesson will be an easy day. Not many students really consider why teachers show movies in classrooms. “I remember watching movies in high […]

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Fall Play is a Show Stopper

  Every director wants the response the fall play “You Can’t Take it With You,” received over its three-weekend-run. “I just enjoyed the whole show,” sophomore audience member, Danielle Kickner said.  “I couldn’t pick out a favorite scene.” The play directed by Cabrini alumna, Kait Finegan, put on seven productions. Cabrini took a chance and tried […]


Requirements must be reached in the classroom to perform on the court

Grade point averages are stressful for students to achieve, but when sports are thrown into the mix students-athletes are pressured more than than their classmates to perform. If a student does not obtain a high enough GPA, they will be ineligible to play or practice for their sports team. Truly an athlete’s worst nightmare. According […]


Freshman swimmer is determined to stay afloat

Photo Editor/Emily Rowan Betsy Czarkowski is a freshman on the swim team this year and she is already making a big impact as a Cavalier. Czarkowski was encouraged by her parents to try swimming competitively and it wound up growing on her. “I love everything about it [swimming] from meeting new friends, having different coaches, […]


Cheerleaders are looking for a fresh start

New coach, new members, new challenges, no problem. In a situation where most may be afraid to step up into a leader position, the captains of the cheerleading team see a time of adversity as a time of opportunity. “I have no concerns regarding our new team because we are all on the same page, […]

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Cavaliers can not be cavalier about social media presence

Diligence when posting online is highly important topic because while the fingerprints on screens and keyboards may eventually be deemed untraceable, the words and content you leave behind will not be. Social media presence is a topic of controversy because the content you place in the social media realm can never fully be erased. These days most people […]


Senior convergence class wins esteemed Silver-Davey Award

Yet again, Cabrini College students have been able to prove that although they are small, they are mighty. Out of 4,000 submissions the honors communication convergence class was presented The Silver-Davey Award for their remarkable study and website on food insecurity. The course is a year-long project in which students plan and produce a converged-media […]


The day the music almost died

Music makes the world go around, or so they say.  But what happens when musicians struggle to continue their music into their young-adult years? This is an issue that many students may experience.  Typically in high school, a student has access to any number of instruments at any given time.  When coming to college, students […]

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Cabrini students chat commuting

Cabrini resident students know the convenience of rolling out of bed 10 minutes before class and still being able to make it on time. Commuter students, however, do not have that same luxury. Morning commutes, fighting traffic and searching all over the Founders parking lot for a spot are only some of the daily obstacles […]