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Women’s LAX captain Means ‘rolls with the punches’

If you were to tell a 16-year-old athletic in high school that they were going to walk with a limp for the rest of their life the farthest thing from their mind would probably be playing a sport. That didn’t stop junior women’s lacrosse captain Sarah Means from playing the sport she loved.

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Always trust your gut

Trust is like a paper, once its crumpled it can’t be perfect again.

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Whats the job market for Psychology?

The course of study for psychology majors is based on a generalist model that is designed to prepare students for a range of fields within psychology as well as in related disciplines.

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Which Holidays Should Government Recognize?

If we took off every holiday, we wouldn’t really get much work done would we? But the question is why some holidays and not others? The federal government recognizes Christmas but not Mawlid and New Year’s Day but not the Orthodox and lunar new year. Even Washington’s Birthday but not Lincoln’s. Honestly, I think that […]

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A Necessary Evil: Effects student loans have on Cabrini parents

How do student loans affect Cabrini parents?

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Teachings around the world

Studying Abroad is a great opportunity that all students should be able to explore.

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Book Review: Skinny Bitch

A no-nonsense, tough-love guide for savvy girls who want to stop eating crap and start looking fabulous

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Just think what professors go through

How do you think teachers feel about dealing with Finals during the holiday season?

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Having an Arranged Marriage

Having an Arranged Marriage

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Cavs move to semi-final with victory over Immaculata

Cabrini men’s soccer took the field against Immaculata University under the lights at home in the CSAC quarterfinals on Thursday, Nov.1. They took the home win by a score of 3-1 to move to the CSAC semi-finals.

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What if: Romney

A Critique of Obama’s policies and their impact: “How a Romney Administration would increase economic productivity and stability”

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College’s by the number…What’s a ranking anyway?

I believe that if students get to listen to graduates thoughts on the education that they received from the institution, it will be more valuable than just attending a school for its ranking.

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Russian professor enlightens campus

Nikolai Klushin, the professor from the University of Nizhni Novgorod Russia came to Cabrini to talk to students about his life and experiences in Russia

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CyberVibe

  Viral Video This video is perfect if you missed out on any of the performances during the VMAS this year. You will be able to see clips and pictures from Pink, Taylor Swift, Lil Wayne, and many more. The video also includes commentary about each performance and interviews from the performers themselves! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxPLteh8Z0Y Application […]

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Attar makes history for Saudi Arabia at Olympics

Sarah Attars was an inspiration to all when she was the first female from the Middle East to ever run Track and Field in the Olymics

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How to: Do a beach wave

Beach waves are the new fashion hairstyle for the summer

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Giggle Fits

  I have never been alone. I am not saying that I have never felt all alone, nor had the feeling that I could not talk to anyone, because everyone feels that way at times.  But as I really think about it, I realize that it would be selfish to think this way because I […]

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How To: Create a Resume

Well, the number one thing that you need to have prepared is your resume.

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Express Yourself: Do you find the success from the basketball team created more school spirit?

Colleen Stewart, sophomore, exercise science major – “Of course, we made history.” Tori Canelli, freshman, pre pharmacy major, – “Its great to see so much blue and white around the campus! Its really exciting.” Chrissy Pasquariello, junior, marketing major – “The teams success has brought Cabrini together and all the other sports teams have shown […]

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Intramurals

Cabrini College offers 15 sports in intramurals.

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The Hunger Games, the new Twilight?

Suzanne Collins’ series, “The Hunger Games” has become a new sensation among young adult readers. The first book was published in 2008 and the next two quickly followed. The series has now been on many bestsellers lists, including  The New York Times. It is written in first person and is based on 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen, […]

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Relaxation found through religion, relationships

Campus Ministry and Healthy Monday came together on Monday, Feb. 13 in the Mansion Dining Room for an hour of relaxation and becoming one with God. Called “Spirituality and You,” the event aimed to help lower stress through God.

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New alumni board members nominated

The Alumni Board of Directors plays a key leadership and advisory role in shaping the alumni outreach of Cabrini College. Alumni are invited to nominate a fellow alumnus who they believe would make a valuable contribution as a member of the Alumni Board. The nominations to this year’s board were due on Friday, Jan. 27.

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News Briefs | Issue 14

As Crisis Deepens, Fear Of Civil War Mounts In Syria Failure of an Arab League, an international community with no power, has a mission to stop violence in Syria. Syria is defending into a conflict. Government actions led to widespread panic. The opposition is focusing less of the fall of President Bashar al-Assad than about the […]

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Roommates People Poll

Roommates People Poll

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Shoe obsession taken too far?

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but in my roommate’s case, Nike, Under Armour and Reebok are her best friends.

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