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Junior Sarah Means (No. 2) has one goal and one assist in four games this season. (Beatrice McQuiston / Engagement Editor)

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.

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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.

Rescuers work to enter the capsized cruise ship, Costa Concordia, in search of more survivors on Sunday, January 15, 2012 in Giglio, Italy.

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 […]