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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.

Women’s soccer: the Portugal experience

With another successful season under their belt, the Cabrini women’ s soccer team took a trip to Portugal during the offseason. While there, the Lady Cavs experienced a new land and culture, competed in games and hosted soccer clinics for underprivileged youth. The Lady Cavs saw their first game action against FC Castrense on June 29. Unfortunately […]

Cabrini Day: lead for change

Once a year, the campus comes together to honor Cabrini’s heritage and mission. Cabrini Day is a day of celebration of the college’s mission to deliver academic excellence, while keeping a commitment to social justice. Students and staff are encouraged to take advantage of this day full of mission-oriented activities. Classes are not held during the […]

Cabrini Lacrosse

What to Expect from Cabrini’s Spring Athletics

Lacrosse and softball are two of Cabrini’s major teams that have yet to begin their season and they have been preparing for a big future! We sat down with Jackie Neary, Steve Colfer and Mitchell Kline as they gave us an insight into what students can expect from the Cavs. Check out the full episode […]

Students paint the East Res walls

East Side of Campus Allows Students to Paint the Walls

The residence halls on the east side of campus are allowing students to do something that they would have been scolded for at home: painting and drawing on the walls. In an effort to make the dorms feel more like home, students with an artistic edge have began transforming the blase, white walls into a […]

In the swirl of the holiday season, the controversy of saying “Happy Holidays” or Merry Christmas” can cause headaches and stress. It was evident when the name of the Christmas Village in Philadelphia came into question. (Creative Commons)

Merry Christmas or happy holidays?

It’s normal to hear some Americans every year in December engage in the controversy of whether we should say “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays.” This argument falls right in the midst of the political and cultural battles of the saying ‘War on Christmas.’

The Sims has been a game enjoyed by many since the year 2000. (Creative Commons)

Applicaton low down: The Sims Free Play

Make a family as you spend your time with your family during this holiday. Playing this game you can build and make relationships. Your dream home can be made including decoration customizing for Christmas. From infants to adults you can watch and give them the essentials to grow or the opposite. It reflects reality of […]

Howard Blake III co-sports editor (Black) and Jason Williams co-sports editor (Blue). (Amarra Boone/Photo Editor)

Philly Sports Box: Week of Dec. 4, 2014

EAGLES Howard’s Point of View The Philadelphia Eagles demolished the rival Dallas Cowboys 33-10 on Thanksgiving Day. The win improves the Eagles record to 9-3 and places them atop the NFC East. The Dallas Cowboys came into the game as the favorites due to the historic season running back Demarco Murray is putting together and […]

Catch the cheerleaders flying high and stunting at every home men’s and women’s basketball game. (Amarra Boone/Photo Editor)

Cheerleading: more than just an activity

Dolan who is a sophomore psychology major, begins her first year with the cheerleaders. She believes that most people fail to realize that there is more to cheer leading than what meets the eye. “I think the reason people don’t see us as being a competitive sport is because it used to be something when […]