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347 days later – Eric Bascelli revisited

347 days, 26 weeks of chemo and a 20 pound daughter that can be lifted by her father again. After being diagnosed with stage three esophageal cancer on Dec. 18, 2012, Eric Bascelli finally received the news that he is cancer free on Nov. 29, 2013. April 1, 2013, Bascelli went under the knife having […]

Montana Bray – from fitness to music to graduation

I've seen Montana around - we've met a time or two at a party or friend's place, but it wasn't until interviewing him that I was able to gain a sense of his ambition.

Walton-Moss and Sandone honored as All-Americans

Student athletes Aaron Walton-Moss and Brittany Sandone were honored by DIII News earlier this week. Junior Walton Moss was named First Team All American team and Sandone received an honorable mention.

Cradles to Crayons – Quality and Dignity for children in need

Cradles to Crayons, a non-profit organization located in Conshohocken, provides new and gently used clothing and items for those in need, free of charge, in the five county area.

LOQation News – March 27, 2014

This week, we take a look into the Brownie Social with incoming President, Dr. Donald Taylor, what Spring has in store for the city of Philadelphia and the Swazi Crafts for Care event.

Does the degree really pay off?

14 April 2014

There are approximately 37-million people in the United States borrowing money towards student loans and 40 percent of those borrowers are under the age of 30. Although it may seem like the problem is paying back the debt, the real issue lies in those borrowers like Lilly Welsh who are underemployed.

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Going green? or just trying to break even?

14 April 2014

When you buy something Fair Trade certified, what are your thoughts behind your purchase? Are you buying it to help make a difference? Are you following the crowd? Or are you making such purchases to make up for the fact that you don’t shop or act that way throughout the day?

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ECG classes open a world of opportunity

14 April 2014

I never thought I’d say that working on a group project for a class would lead to a pretty cool experience, but it did. My group for ECG is focusing on workers’ rights and fair trade in the clothing industry. This required a lot of research on the topic our group had chosen as well […]

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347 days later – Eric Bascelli revisited

13 April 2014

347 days, 26 weeks of chemo and a 20 pound daughter that can be lifted by her father again. After being diagnosed with stage three esophageal cancer on Dec. 18, 2012, Eric Bascelli finally received the news that he is cancer free on Nov. 29, 2013. April 1, 2013, Bascelli went under the knife having […]

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Want to check your safety? There’s an app for that!

10 April 2014

Like an overprotective mother, there is a new web app out that makes sure you get from point A to point B safely. Now-a-days, there is an app for everything. You can start your car with an app, watch videos, listen to massive online libraries of music for free, so it makes sense that there […]

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Skilled immigration reform and its benefits for the US economy

09 April 2014

Annwar Ahmadd, a resident of Philadelphia starts his day off by calling his family in India. Every morning at 5:30 a.m. he calls his wife and kids, along with his parents, siblings and other relatives asking about school, how much they have grown, and what they had for lunch.

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Katie Cashman: shedding light on those in the dark

09 April 2014

Cabrini missioner Katie Cashman is working towards fighting human trafficking through her work with the Cabrini Action and Advocacy Coalition.

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The Affordable Care Act: What does it mean for students?

09 April 2014

Millions of Americans were uninsured in previous years. Many couldn’t afford healthcare coverage, some simply chose not to be covered and still others in some minority groups had other ways of handling their own healthcare. Medicare and Medicaid were in existence, but the entire United States, remained under covered. But then, the president of the United States announced that all American citizens needed to be covered, and gave the people an opportunity to access coverage.

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Shephard releases ‘Post Crack Era’

08 April 2014

The generation of Hip Hop has many different angles, but the one type of Hip-Hop that lasts the longest are the relaxing type of Hip-Hop. When artists rap about killing all the time, that's okay sometimes but not all the time. There is a time and place for everything.

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Montana Bray – from fitness to music to graduation

08 April 2014

I've seen Montana around - we've met a time or two at a party or friend's place, but it wasn't until interviewing him that I was able to gain a sense of his ambition.

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The DJ behind the turntables

08 April 2014

Frankie Criniti has always been passionate and interested about music and has always pictured certain songs going together, and wanting to mix them himself. His passion for DJ-ing has landed him gigs at private parties, clubs, bars, and on campus events. Some of these gigs including some known places around Cabrini such as, McFaddens, 23 East, and The Deck.

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King of Prussia 2014 Taste of the Suburbs

08 April 2014

The King of Prussia area is famed for their array of amazing restaurants and dining experiences and this was epitomized this past weekend. Sunday, April 6, the King of Prussia Rotary Club and Charitable Foundation, along with the King of Prussia Volunteer Fire Department sponsored the 2014 Taste of the Suburbs Food and Wine Festival at the King of Prussia Mall.

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Divergent – What’s your identity?

08 April 2014

Divergent is based on the best-selling book series by Veronica Roth. It’s a thrilling action filled movie with bits of romance sneaking in. The movie takes place in Chicago during present day. The city is divided up into five categories which define where each human belongs. Each person has a chance to take a test which will allow them to be placed into a category.

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Preview – So you think you can dance

08 April 2014

The auditions for the Epic Week event So You Think You Can Dance took place over the last couple of weeks. Auditions took place on Monday, March 31 and Wednesday, March 19.

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ASK Blue 24 – Internships?

08 April 2014

Dear Blue, It's that time....trying to find internships. I've signed up to get emails from my advisor and I've also been just doing random searches here and there for local internships, but nothing has caught my eye. And when I do apply, I feel like it takes forever for the company to get back to me..what should I do?

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Hoop Scoop: A look inside women’s basketball

08 April 2014

Cabrini College's women's basketball team is on the rise.

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Men’s basketball looking for No.1 spot

08 April 2014

Mens Cavaliers are on the move with a 16-0 overall record, their defeat over the Keystone Gaints is only the start of the road to the ship!

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Women’s Hoop Scoop-Lady Cavs look to continue great season

08 April 2014

The Cabrini Lady Cavaliers basketball team currently has a 19-4 overall record with a 13-1 conference mark. This past week, Blue and White earned two impressive wins, over Immaculata and Neumann. In the game against Immaculta, senior Brittany Sandone led the way and had 18 points, senior Annie Rivituso had 15 points, and sophomore Amber Keyes […]

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Another forced overtime, another Cavalier victory

08 April 2014

The Cabrini women's basketball team took on Gwynedd Mercy University on Monday, Feb. 17. For the second straight game, the Cavaliers would need overtime as they defeated the Griffins by a score of 59-56.

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Women’s Lacrosse beats Swarthmore College for 5th Straight Win

08 April 2014

Women's Lacrosse takes down Swarthmore College.

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Softball Drops DH to Eagle Road rival Eastern

08 April 2014

The Cabrini Softball team took on the Eastern University Eagles in a doubleheader on Monday for their first away games of the season. The Lady Cavs win streak came to a halt after losing both games to the Eagles. Things looked promising early in the first inning as freshman Amber Dietrich continued her hot hitting, […]

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Men’s lacrosse takes out No. 10 Ithaca College

08 April 2014

The men’s lacrosse stormed the rain-drenched Edith Robb Dixon field in a face off with No. 10 Ithaca Bombers this past Saturday, March 29. From the start the bombers put the Cavs on their heels, leading the game 4-0. Late in the first quarter juniors Damian Sobieski and Tyler Johnston each scored an unassisted goals closing […]

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Cabrini golf finished second at Swarthmore Quad

08 April 2014

The Cabrini men's golf team opened their 2014 season on Tuesday, April 1st at the Swarthmore Quad at Rolling Green Golf Course. The Cavaliers finished second with a team score of 321.

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#NOH8 – Unity Week

02 April 2014

Unity week started on Monday, March 31, at Cabrini as a weeklong event sponsored by the Office of Student Diversity Initiatives and featured many other clubs on campus. On Tuesday, April 1, there was one specific movement that led an uprise against “haters”. This fierce and reflective student movement took place in Grace Hall to take a stand together for equality by holding a photo shoot for anyone to model and show their support.

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How far will you go to pay your loans?

02 April 2014

Student debt has alumni stressing more about how they are going to pay it off rather than worrying about finding a job in their field of study. College students and graduates are entering the real world with hopes of landing a dream career. However, when they look at their mountain of loans they need to pay off, loans become the main focus.

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Google Glass; the future is here

02 April 2014

With much anticipation, Google Glass is finally here. Well, at least for a small selection of lucky buyers. Already being dubbed as the next big thing, it is only available to those in the US. In this small frame of time, the country has been in an uproar over Google Glass trying to see what to make of it. Being a 20 year old, I remember the futuristic cartoons of The Jetsons and Star Trek where we would fantasize about flying cars and voice induced watches. It’s safe to say that that era of gadgets is slowly but surely creeping it’s way tino society now.

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