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Summer 2011 Bucket List

With my last summer before graduating college quickly approaching, I decided to compile somewhat of a short bucket list for the summer of 2011, of places to go, things to do and just different ways to have fun. Go to the beach – Obviously this is on many people’s to-do list for the summer, and […]

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Water for Elephants receives mixed reviews

The highly anticipated book to movie adaptation, “Water for Elephants,” debuted in the number three spot this weekend on April 22 earning $17.5 million. This heart-felt drama starred “Twilight” heart throb Robert Pattinson and Academy Award winners Reese Witherspoon and Christopher Waltz. Jacob Jankowski, played by Pattinson, is a young 23-year-old Cornell University veterinary student. […]

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Lady Cavs fall to Neumann University 15-14

The Cabrini College women’s lacrosse team lost to long-time school rival Neumann University 15-14 on Saturday, April 16 at Neumann University in Aston, Pa. In the game, senior Jamie O’Hanlon led the Blue and White’s offense with five goals.  Freshman midfielder Sarah Means and senior attack Gabrielle Gorbey also contributed to the offense with three […]

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The Cavaliers dominate the Neumann Knights 21-4

The No. 18 Cabrini men’s lacrosse team continued the nation’s longest active conference win streak by claiming its 79th consecutive conference win against the Neumann University Knights in an overpowering 21-4 victory. The Blue and White controlled every aspect of the game by winning 24 of the 29 face-offs and claiming a 43 to 20 […]

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Cabrini College sports overview 2010-11

Men’s Basketball – The Cabrini men’s basketball team ended the 2010-2011 season 24-6 (16-2 CSAC).  The Cavaliers clinched the CSAC championship for the second consecutive season, made an appearance in the “Sweet Sixteen” round of the NCAA tournament and finished the 2010-2011 season as the No. 19 team in Division III basketball.  In addition to […]

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Men’s basketball advances to ‘Sweet 16′

Under third-year head coach Marcus Kahn, the Cabrini College men’s basketball team has advanced to the “Sweet 16″ round of the NCAA tournament, for only the second time in the programs history.

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Lady Cavs defeat Griffins in overtime

The Cabrini College women’s basketball team overpowered the Gwynedd-Mercy Griffins 66 to 62, in over time, on Monday, Feb. 7 at Gwynedd-Mercy College. This win bumped the Lady Cavs record up to seven and 14 overall and seven and five in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC).

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CRS president urges continued aid for Haiti

Ken Hackett, president of Catholic Relief Services, laid out a plan at a conference at Villanova University on Nov. 8 how aid and development organizations like CRS can work with Haiti for a sustainable future. He stressed

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Students, Spanish-speaking employees trade skills

The Wolfington Center, Sodexo and CSI cleaning services come together to build community around the Cabrini College campus through ¡Somos Cabrini!

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Women’s tennis in race for CSAC

In the most recent Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) poll, the Cabrini College women’s tennis team is selected to place fourth overall this year in the conference. Returning to the Lady Cavs this year are three veterans; juniors Michelle Lettmann, Alexis DiCamillo and sophomore, Gabrielle Durand. “This year we gained three freshmen,” DiCamillo said. “They […]

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Chelsea stands out in stand up

From her raunchy description of why she loves men, but finds them totally disgusting to her outlandish views on Russian’s, there was not one moment of silence during the hour long performance.

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Twilight and its greatness

Check out the Twilight controversy..

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Lady Cavs in search of 2nd CSAC title

The Cabrini College women’s volleyball team won its first-ever conference title last season in 2009 and have high hopes for garnering the same honor for this upcoming 2010 season.

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This week in sports

Roethlisberger joins Steelers again, Broncos trade Marshall to Dolphins, Jimmy Rollins on the disabled list

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Economic reality sets in for young adults

A young student with a promising future, 20-year-old Dustin Hitchens had always planned to go to college, get a degree and become a pharmacist.

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Player Profile: Kate Schmid

So far throughout this 2010 season, Schmid has helped the Lady Cavs to win two of their first four games.

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Neary mentor on and off field

Jackie Neary, the student athlete wellness coordinator, has been coaching at Cabrini College since 1997. Neary is the head coach of both women’s lacrosse and field hockey.

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Holy Spirit Library showcases contemporary art

Many works of local artist Lorraine Glassner are on display on the second floor of the Holy Spirit Library.

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Open Mic Night at Gryphon Café brings locals to perform for others

At the Gryphon Café in Wayne, one can come for a night of relaxation and entertainment.

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‘Dear John’ brings tears to viewers’

Fans of “The Notebook” hit movie theaters everywhere to see another one of Nicholas Sparks’ book-to-movie triumphs, “Dear John.”
The movie’s cast included stars Channing Tatum, Amanda Seyfried and “Step Brothers” cast member, Richard Jenkins.
This heartfelt romantic film deals with the trials and tribulations of a relationship burdened by war.

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Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview

The lady Cavs lacrosse team has high hopes for the upcoming 2010 season after winning the Colonial States Athletic Conference in 2009. The team’s last CSAC victory was in 2005, and their 2009 victory made it their ninth CSAC win in 12 years.

Under head coach Jackie Neary, the Cabrini College women’s lacrosse team hopes to repeat their previous triumph from last year.

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‘Dear John’ knocks ‘Avatar’ out of No. 1 spot

Even though “Dear John” is not rated high by the critics, many viewers and Nicholas Sparks fans everywhere deeply enjoy the movie.

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Alumnus directs local theater

If a person wants to see a theater production in the Philadelphia area, they can turn to a place that they may not have thought of to begin with, the Iron Age Theatre. The Iron Age Theatre, located in Norristown, offers productions all year round. Its non-traditional performances are what separate it from other local venues.

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‘Jersey Shore’ earns fist-pump fame

From the “Real World” to “Real Chance of Love,” no other reality show has seemed to compare to that of MTV’s newest and most successful reality triumph, “Jersey Shore.”

“Jersey Shore” takes place in Seaside Heights, N.J. with eight self-proclaimed guidos and guidettes (Italian-Americans who spend all hours of the day working out at the gym, tanning, doing laundry and spending entirely too much money on hair gel and Ed Hardy clothing).

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The Iron Age Theatre: providing original productions all year long

The Iron Age Theatre located in Norristown offers productions all year round.

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Region & Campus

New Jersey is now the 14th state in the United States to legalize the use of medical marijuana. With this new law, chronically sick citizens of New Jersey may now have a regained sense of optimism towards either recovery or just being able to deal better with their illness.

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