Author Archives | Liz Scopelliti

Student safety protected by Clery Act

Throughout the nation, colleges and universities have had to deal with the unfortunate reality of crimes being committed on a daily basis.

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Brand yourself: blog like crazy come out on top

If you’re a communication major at Cabrini, you are well aware that our professors urge (and often require) us to use twitter, facebook and blogging as a way to connect with people throughout the world. “Communication is key” has been a phrase imprinted into our minds, regardless if we actually take the time out of […]

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Writing: is ECG enough?

Foster Care in America, People Who Make History, Sustainable Communities. These are just a few of the several Engagements with the Common Good (ECG) courses offered to current sophomores and freshmen. These classes are a part of the Justice Matters curriculum that Cabrini introduced back in 2008.

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Funds aimed to prevent drunk driving

Drinking and driving is an overwhelmingly significant issue that has plagued this country for decades.

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Hovering helicopter parents need a reality check

In a world where education is the primary factor that determines a child’s future potential and reality, there are those dominant figures that can alter their experiences and forever obliterate their lives. Who are these people? The “helicopter parents.” These manipulative and controlling caretakers are the push-and-pull factors that have the procurable competency to damage […]

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Is Paris Hilton famous for getting arrested?

What’s white, powder-like and small enough to fit in a baggy? According to Paris Hilton, a stick of gum. It was just another night in Paris (pardon my pun) when Ms. Hotel Heiress herself was pulled over by the police outside of a Las Vegas hotel. Her nightclub-mogul boyfriend Cy Waits failed a sobriety test […]

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The Real Housewives of New Jersey

The Real Housewives of New Jersey have done it again. The reunion show heard throughout the world proved to be a paramount success for Bravo TV, sweeping in 3.9 million viewers for the first part of two insanely emotional episodes. Let’s start from the beginning. Andy Cohen, host of the certifiably outrageous reunion, went around […]

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News Briefs for Aug. 26, 2010

Aug. 19, 2010 The Obama administration has implemented plans that involve a group of private military contractors to take over tasks now carried out by military, such as to defuse potential confrontations between the Iraqi Army and Kurdish forces. The estimated number of U.S. contractors range from 2,400 to 10,000, although some say more will […]

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Police should change focus

Why, Mr. Officer of the Law, do you feel it necessary to present me with a ticket when I do NOT have a bad track record?

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Local bars crack down on underage college students

Down the windy hills of King of Prussia Road and past the prevailing aromas of Peace-a-Pizza lies one of the most popular Irish pubs in Delaware County. Kildare’s, the hot spot for a majority of college students, has been praised and applauded for being an authentic hangout amongst young adults. Recently, bars such as Kildare’s […]

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Cabrini student matures after tragic loss

What started out as an eventful and fun-filled summer ended in tragedy as the school year began.

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America’s obesity problem not getting any smaller

Obesity has become prevalent throughout the United States

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Hot spots in town

One of the first things that every college student looks at before they decide on what school to attend is the social life outside the campus. Cabrini College is nestled in the woods of Radnor, Pa but outside of the gates is a little town called Wayne and of course the ever famous Lancaster Avenue […]

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New restaurant becomes talk of town

Not only does the contemporary style give off a vogue-like vibe, but the service and cuisine surpasses any expectations that people may hold

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Retention rates raise questions

Cabrini, although prestigious and highly recognized, is one of many colleges that suffers from increasing attrition rates every school year

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Celeb relationships suffer from spotlight

“Love and marriage, love and marriage, go together like a horse and carriage.” Does that verse from Frank Sinatra’s hit song ring a bell to you? It was the opening theme song to the once-popular television sitcom, “Married…With Children.”

I always found it hysterical that they chose that particular song to introduce every episode.

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Hollywood prepares for Oscar madness

As the award season comes to a close, there are many figures in Hollywood that are anticipating the arrival of the Academy Awards

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Relationships in the public eye

“It’s not always rainbows and butterflies, it’s compromise that moves us along.”

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Player Profile: Alyssa Brady

As the basketball season comes to an end, there are an array of emotions floating through the air as seniors bid farewell to their teammates and coaches. The discipline that has been sustained throughout many years of hard work and dedication will help them continue their journey outside of Cabrini post-graduation.

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CA celebrates Harvey Milk, institutes ‘Gay Day’

To be gay, or not to be gay-that is the question. Actually, it isn’t a question. It’s an obvious reality, one that has been doubted and argued by individuals since the birth of man.

Some speculate that those who claim to be gay have chosen this controversial lifestyle.

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Group helps those facing body image issues

The Body Image Coalition is a group that provides the relief and support that is desired by those who suffer with body image issues. It works with students to achieve peace within themselves.

Founder and staff member Andrea Sussel, a licensed clinical social worker, describes her idea of what this group stands for.

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Fair Trade Day promotes awareness

Students, faculty, staff and visitors gathered in Jazzman’s to learn about the Fair Trade movement and enjoy the coffee, chocolates and accessories that were displayed right outside of the Widener Lecture Hall.

Although the nationally recognized Fair Trade Day takes place during the second weekend of May every year, Cabrini decided to hold an event solely dedicated to informing the campus community and promoting fair trade on Oct.

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Jon and Kate: Please give me your eight!

Two nine year olds, six five year olds… just the thought of having all those children makes me want to pull my hair out. I couldn’t imagine the stress that parents are under raising just two or three children, let alone eight. But with that said, sometimes you have to make sacrifices in order to get what you want.

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