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Trayvon Martin remembered

The saying, “I am Trayvon Martin” is not a whisper, but now known on Cabrini Campus as approximately 30 students and faculty, Circled at the Peace Poll, some hooded but all holding a lit candle for the life that was slain as they remembered the life of Trayvon Martin and raising awareness stood

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Cabrini College Theatre Presents: Working

Cabrini College Theatre will present the musical, “Working,” written by Stephen Shwartz and Nina Faso, based on the book “Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do,” by Studs Terkel.

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The Used makes comeback with new album

The Used have been releasing hit after hit without getting the recognition they deserve since 2002. But after a three-year absence from the music world, the band has produced their most anticipated album yet on March 27 called “Vulnerable.”

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Young vocalist leads grunge revival band

When you think of famous rock stars that have graced the musical world, you would think of artists who are over the age of 21 right?

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New website is go-to for college students

Do you want to know the best colleges to go to? Do you want to know all the information you need for college? Then CollegeCellar is the site for you.

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Hill, Thorp lead Cavs to 9-3 win over Haverford

The men’s lacrosse team brought home a huge win on Saturday, Feb. 25, when they defeated the No. 17 Haverford College Rams by a score of 9-3 at Edith Robb Dixon Field. The victory was the team’s first win over Haverford since February 2009.

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Men’s lacrosse ready to start 2012 campaign

After posting a 13-6 record in 2011, the Cavaliers are ready for the 2012 season to begin.

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Zabel leads Cavs to 85-55 victory over Philly Biblical on Senior Day

The Cabrini men’s basketball team defeated the Philadelphia Biblical University Crimson Eagles on Saturday, Feb. 11, by a score of 85-55.

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From Pasadena to Philly, basketball helps student thrive

To begin to talk about Jeremy Knowles is like beginning to talk about your favorite book: you don’t know where to begin.

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Swim teams come up short against Widener

Both the men’s and women’s swim team fell short to the Widener University Pride on Saturday, Jan. 28.

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Dallas named new men’s soccer coach

No other coach at Cabrini produces more astounding players than new men’s head soccer coach Rob Dallas. Dallas worked with the men’s soccer team for six years as an assistant before being hired as the replacement for Glen Jaskelewicz, who stepped down in late November.

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If I Died Tomorrow, What Would You Say?

Do you think you would ever hear someone ask you“If I died tomorrow, what would you say to me?”

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News Briefs | Issue 13

News Briefs (NY Times) Herman Cain gave up his presidential run for good? Herman Cain abandoned his republican presidential campaign on Saturday due to confronting his infamous past of allegations of fornication misdemeanors. For months, Cain has been facing a tough past of sexual harassment accusations that has surfaced from his alleged victims. A Chicago […]

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Faculty forum raises HIV/AIDS awareness

The HIV and AIDS epidemic in Africa is quickly slaughtering its people as the world just watches. Dr. Shelby Hockenberry, assistant professor of political science, opened faculty and student’s eyes about the rampant disease and the effect it has on children, during this year’s Cabrini Day events on Nov. 15. The country of Swaziland was […]

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A look ahead to Spring break in Appalachia

When students think about spring break, they picture partying and having a great time before they get back to school. But some students use their break for more of helpful and rewarding way with spending time in a place where poverty has shaped the people who inhabit it.

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Diary of a Non-stereotypical Black Girl

Stereotypes not only break us but shake us. Everyone stereotypes when they don’t even know it.

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A walk to remember: AIDS walk 2011

A sea of people in red washed up on the legendary Philadelphia Art Museum steps as the 25 Annual Aids Walk and Run, presented by Merck was in full swing on Oct. 16.

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Female-fronted rock band returns with mixed reviews

In past years, more female-fronted rock bands have dominated the music scene. But no other band stands out more than the AK. natives Evanescence.

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Spoken word poet addresses domestic violence

Two extraordinary poets graced the college campus with their works in Slam Poetry on Oct. 4 sponsored by the English Department.

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Blog of the Week: Beautylish

Do you need ideas on how to do your nails? Do you want to know what eye shadow would look great with your little black dress? Then Beautylish is right for you.

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Do something extraordinarily… moldy

The college responded to a serious problem of mold in Dixon House (House two) by requiring all the residents to move immediately.

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Fruit Ninja: App of the Week

There’s a new app sweeping the nation and it might just be bigger than Angry Birds. Fruit Ninja is the new, exciting and addictive game where players can slice all types of fruit with their trusty sword and rank up points with creative combos. Use your fingers to swipe through fruits with such precision, you […]

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First open mic night better than past years

Musicians from Cabrini’s campus came together to showcase their talent on this semester’s first Open Mic Night hosted by CAP Board. Held on the lawn of the prestigious mansion, musicians expressed their emotion through the art of music. The hour-long event had talent that ranged from guitarists, to poetry and rap. Performers included Small Town […]

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