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Co-ed dorms: what’s the big deal?

Officials at Rutgers University in New Jersey announced that they will offer co-ed dorms where men and women can room together for sophomores, juniors and seniors starting in Fall 2011. The announcement was made March 1. About 10 minutes later the world went bonkers. The story immediately surfaced on the internet, local news channels and […]

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App of the Week: Pose

Whether you’re a shopaholic or loathe trips to the mall, you’ll still find that Pose is an application sent from heaven. This application is for any smart phone and is easily identifiable for download by its royal purple little logo and elegant cursive text. It’s also completely free. As an application, Pose serves three main […]

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Technology in the classroom cannot replace imagination

Do you hear that? It’s the sound of us becoming progressively stupider as a nation. This isn’t about not being patriotic. America is the greatest country on earth but it’s no longer the smartest.

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Two very different students groups doing ‘something extraordinary’

Two of Cabrini College’s diverse student organizations are embodying their school’s motto and mission by truly trying to do something extraordinary. Psi Chi, the international honor society for the study of psychology and Delta Xi Phi, Cabrini’s first and only sorority are two different groups who have, in their own way, changed the campus for […]

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Cabrini holds Black and White Gala for Students

Cabrini College held the annual Black and White Gala on Nov. 5. The Gala was held on the bottom floor of the mansion from 8 until 12 a.m. Students enjoyed catered hors d’oeuvres and a night filled with dancing and friends. The event was open to all Cabrini students and their guests. Cost to attend […]

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Audio documentary takes students to finals

Recently, Cabrini College senior communication majors, Joe Cahill, Gianna Shikitino and Kerri Dougherty, were honored as finalists in the 2010 College Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) National Student Production Awards for their audio documentary about the Philadelphia Mummers. “Behind the Strut: A Look inside the World of the Philadelphia Mummers,” was named a finalist in the Best Feature […]

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America’s leading satirist holds rally at nation’s capitol

This weekend Comedy Central funny-men Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert made history at their Rally to Restore Fear and or Sanity the National Mall in Washington D.C.

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My ‘View’: please just grow up ladies

Why Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg should have brought their top notch arguements and not stormed off the set of The View after fighting with Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly.

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Seasons 52 in King of Prussia brings customers in with an always-changing menu

For those searching for something different in the dining department Seasons 52 is there to help.

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Market yourself effectively no matter what your major

It is more important than ever for current college students and recent graduates of all majors to know how market themselves effectively.

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Radnor aims for environmental changes

Radnor Township is taking dramatic steps towards becoming more environmental friendly. The Environmental Advisory Committee and Shade Tree Commission are just two examples of residents banding together for change.

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Cabrini College community gathers to celebrate during Family Weekend.

Members of the Cabrini community, their family and friends gathered together this past weekend to celebrate with games, honors, special events and fun activities for three straight days during Cabrini’s annual family weekend.

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Calling a foul on paying college athletes

Every year a whole myriad of controversies come to surround college sports.

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Professor Valerie Daniel brings her unique view of the world to Cabrini’s social work department

Professor Valerie Daniel believes that social justice means we should all live up to what our constitution says. That is why she went into Social Work and why she is starting her first year at Cabrini College as a full time Professor in the Social Work department.
Professor Daniel starts her first year as a full time Professor having taught as an adjunct at both Cabrini College and Temple University for the past three academic years and with nearly two decades of experience in the social work and therapy fields.

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