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Author Archive | Dan Luner
When it comes to the idea of leadership for Bridget Wagner, junior business administration major, it’s not just an attribute you put on a resume. To her, it’s much more than that. “Leadership is definitely an important aspect of my family.” Wagner said. And Wagner took the next step in following the family formation by […]
Throughout the summer and into the start of the current semester, the Office of Residence Life has undergone several changes. With a new office, new personnel and new dynamics, the office is prepared for whatever the academic year may bring.
Since 9/11, there have been 208 terroristic attacks in the United States including 21 attacks with fatalities. From the Boston Marathon to the tragic events in Newtown, Conn., there has been a dramatic increase in security precautions and procedures.
“The 1975″ is a self-titled debut album of The 1975. It was released in September of 2013 and I discovered the band through a friend in shortly after in October. Overall the album is really well-done for a debut album with many repeatable songs.
With the beginning of the fall term quickly getting into gear, you might need some new apps on your mobile device to help you accomplish your schoolwork. From psychology to finance and even English, apps can tackle a wide variety of subjects. So in no specific order, here are 10 apps that should be on […]
On a typical day, junior business administration major Justin Juliano wakes up at 7:45 a.m. and hops into the shower. Once he’s out and dressed, he makes his bed and heads downstairs for breakfast. He then leaves his house around 9:10 a.m. and gets to school around 9:25 a.m. After searching a bit for a […]
The Cabrini roller hockey team closed regular season play with and 8-4 win over Drexel (T2) on Sunday, April 6. The win reinforces the Cavs hopes in the playoffs, bumping them up to fourth place in the league standings and ending the season on a five-game win streak.
This week, we have an exclusive interview men’s basketball head coach, Marcus Kahn, as he steps down to pursue a coaching position at Mary Washington University. We also look into the summer plans of the campus community and check out a variety of beach towns along the Jersey Shore.
The 2014 Academic Symposium brought out students from all class years to display their research and scholarly achievements on Thursday, April 24. The showcase of posters event drew campus administration, faculty and many students to the event in order to learn more on each students specific research.
There are approximately 37-million people in the United States borrowing money towards student loans and 40 percent of those borrowers are under the age of 30. Although it may seem like the problem is paying back the debt, the real issue lies in those borrowers like Lilly Welsh who are underemployed.
This week, we take a look into the Brownie Social with incoming President, Dr. Donald Taylor, what Spring has in store for the city of Philadelphia and the Swazi Crafts for Care event.
This week, we see how students can learn useful networking tips from alumni, an exclusive interview with Director of Athletics, Brad Koch, as well as the recent Battle of the Chef’s event and an interview with the 2014 Ivy Young Willis honoree, Sister Simone Campbell.
This week, we see how students spent their Spring breaks in Guatamala, New Orleans and Costa Rica. We also look into a short dance in the NCAA Tournament with Cabrini basketball and Cavalier Tradition’s Student Philanthropy Day.
Did you ever wonder what is wrong with your resume? Or how to sell yourself entirely in an elevator speech? Sophomore and junior communication majors learned both of those things and more through the department’s Alumni Mentoring Night on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
MOOCs: For those unaware with the term it stands for “Massive Open Online Courses.” Some colleges and universities have began to offer them and other schools are looking for ways to combat them. I personally disagree with the idea of MOOCs and think they shouldn’t be counted for credit.
This week, we check out the Alumni Career Connections dinner, Saleem Brown’s experiences at Cabrini, a preview at the women’s lacrosse season and results from LOQation’s dating survey.
Delta Epsilon Sigma (ΔΕΣ) is a national scholastic honor society for students at colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition. It is also one of the newest honor societies to (re)start a chapter on Cabrini’s campus this year.
The Cabrini women’s basketball team blew past the Cedar Crest Falcons on Monday, Feb. 10 with a wide margin win of 83-43. The Lady Cavaliers started the offensive show in the first half and kept the ball rolling in the second to maintain the win.
The Cabrini women’s basketball team stepped it up against the Marywood University Pacers to secure a 58-48 win on Saturday Feb. 1. The Lady Cavs jumped back on top of the CSAC standings with a primarily defensive game.
The Cabrini men’s basketball team has had a powerhouse of a season so far, but what’s more surprising is that they are doing it with only six returning members. Although there is a sizable amount of new players, the team is not deterred at all.
The skates are laced up and one by one they enter the rink. Soon after, the buzzer rings for the end of warm-ups. Warm-ups then conclude with a quick pep talk and the moment everybody has been waiting for is right after: Face-off.
Even with some standout performances, the Cabrini swim team could not manage to secure the win in Friday’s meet against Lebanon Valley College.
When she started playing volleyball at the young age of nine, she didn’t realize she would look back on a career full of memories.
The Cabrini men’s soccer team played a wet and rugged game as they took on the Neumann Knights on Thursday, Oct. 17.
Who will be the next president of Cabrini College? That is the question that is being heard around campus.
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