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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.

Magnani excels as student and star athlete

James Magnani has performed beyond expectations as a freshman on the Men’s Lacrosse team. Magnani, the 6’0 freshman business administration major who plays attack on the field, is excited to be doing what he loves and has the history to prove it. “I have been playing lacrosse since I was in the 2nd grade,” Magnani […]

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Hispanics transforming American Catholic church, speaker says

This is a journey of the transformation of Catholicism and without faith you cannot have culture, a Boston College professor of Hispanic ministry said Wednesday, March 18. “From the 1930s there was no official word for Latin Americans. The unofficial word used around the United States was ‘The Spanish Speaking.’” People became offended because some […]

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LLC leader receives award for integrating freshmen faster

Staff have the opportunity to do something extraordinary too. The director of the first-year experience was one of 10 people in the nation to receive the Outstanding First-year Advocate award from Cengage Learning and The National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition on Mar. 3. “Ultimately at the end of the […]

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More men and women in college are deciding to live their lives, have fun and find their careers instead of getting married right away.

Say yes to the career, not the dress

When I was little, I did not know much about my parents lives before me. Obviously, in my child-aged brain, they were married before they had me but that is  all I really knew. As I grew up, I learned a little more about where my parents were born, where they grew up and what […]

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SEARCH: A chance for reflection

Campus Ministry offered an experience for students to take a step back from everyday life and reflect on their personal and spiritual image. The Search retreat was held in the Pocono Mountains of White Haven, Pa., which provided a very scenic aspect filled with stars and lakes for the three-day event. “The main focus of […]

Jill Smith, Jake Verterano and Nick Guldin presenting to senior communication majors. (Jill Nawoyski / Asst. News Editor)

Alumni return to address senior communication majors

“Being a Cabrini alumni does not just mean that a student graduated from Cabrini. It means that they will have a lifetime worth of connections,” a Cabrini alumnus said to a group of senior communication majors. “If you’re really passionate about something, don’t let go of it. You never know when an opportunity will come […]

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Students get a second chance at housing lottery

Following “much consideration,” the Residence Life office decided to re-open the housing applications for students who did not receive a lottery number for housing next fall. Emails were sent out at 8:00PM on Tuesday, March 24 from Akirah Massenburg, assistant director for housing and programming. While Massenburg declined to give a statement, the Email said […]


Students face challenges as they transition to 21

Transitioning from age 20 to age 21 is a different experience for different students. Oct. 15, 2014 was the big day for junior education major Jessica Austin where reaching the desired age of 21 opened to doors to a different type of social life. “You’re still celebrating your birthday and it’s still a big celebration […]

Murray hopes to be good fit for Eagles

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia Eagles have shaken up the running back fold this offseason. The first move came when they traded the franchise’s all-time leading rusher LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso. Then came the reports that the Eagles had agreed to a contract with former chargers back Ryan […]

Jackie Neary: living up to Neary family name

Majority of student-athletes that come to Cabrini do not know that this is where they will be continuing there collegiate athletic careers until they are upperclassman in high school. This was not the case for freshman field hockey and lacrosse player Jackie Neary. “I always knew I was coming here. I didn’t want to go […]

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Society places high standards on women’s beauty, many people suffer from body image issues and diseases.

Sorry society, I am not giving into you today

Imagine shaking as hunger cuts you deep down to your core because you skipped breakfast and lunch. Face pressed against the toilet hoping that you will soon have a body like the girls in the magazines. We have been there. I get it. We live in a society where achieving a look of skin and […]

Men’s golf looks to start season off on par

Last year the Cavaliers had a solid year as a team. There are nine golfers who are returning from last season’s roster. Last season was a great season for the guys. Winning the CSAC was great especially for their three seniors who showed tremendous leadership and commitment. The team reached new heights, witnessing their coach […]


Academic advising helps students make better choices

Academic advising aids students who realize its rich benefits. Before signing up for classes every semester, Cabrini requires students to meet with their academic advisers. On March 26, juniors will be able to register for their classes during senior year. “I prepare for advising by looking at all the classes I have to take and […]


Passion for music—the thrill of live concerts

 Music is an annoyance for some and a way of enjoying life for others, but the experience of a live concert that connects fans and artists can be extremely magical. It is important to note that there are different kinds of concerts. For example the rules and ethics of a classical concert requires silence and quiet […]

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Clarkson performing at the 2013 Grammy’s. The singer has been criticized for her appearance but responds with empowering messages.

Kelly Clarkson shakes off hateful tweets

Kelly Clarkson is one of America’s sweethearts; a powerhouse vocalist, singer, songwriter and the first winner to grace the American Idol stage. The 32-year-old singer has been in the spotlight ever since she tearfully sang “A Moment Like This” as she accepted her “Idol” win as a 20-year old. Fast forward12 years and the singer […]

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The Dominican Republic is a country rich is culture and history. Cabrini students have Dominican heritage.

Embrace Spanish culture, not stereotypes

Spanish culture is a very popular culture and talked about considerably these days. At Cabrini College there  was not a lot of diversity on campus. Now, Cabrini College is trying to expand their diversity and experience a different environment on campus.  The majority of the Spanish people at Cabrini are from the Dominican Republic. They get offended […]

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The Disabilities Resource Center, located in the hallway outside of the cafeteria, offers help for students in need. Above: Poster of Celebrities with Disabilities outside the center.

Accepting and accommodating students with disabilities

Words to describe people with disabilities are amazing, smart, kind and misunderstood. In our society, students with disabilities are looked upon as unequal and not intelligent because they seem slower than other people. Many times students with disabilities get teased and sometimes even bullied in school because they are seen as less capable than their […]

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Facebook updated its feature to report suicidal content and keep users safe.

Facebook steps its game up with suicide prevention

Every now and again we hear people talk about the negative impacts of technology and social media. Well, for those who love to hate, here is something to appreciate. Facebook is helping individuals through social media who may be going through a rough patch in hopes of the prevention of suicide. Still interested? Here’s how […]

Find your passion in college

  Determination is setting goals for yourself and making sure you achieve those goals by any means necessary. This is exactly what I have done my entire life; never giving up and always fighting until the end. I believe dreams do come true and I believe you can do anything in this world if you […]

Walkzee: help for both humans and dogs

Dogs. It’s almost impossible not to love them, but when it comes down to paying for them, I can be a bother to your wallet. Dog lovers are passionate, and those who can’t afford a dog and their services are now being given a way to enjoy a day with a local sheltered dog. “Walkzee,” […]