Author Archives | Kelsey Alvino

‘The Woman In Black’ captivates audience

In anticipation of Daniel Radcliffe’s first film after Harry Potter, the trailer for “The Woman In Black” was so underwhelming because the storyline seemed unoriginal and cliche.

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Should you Live on Campus?

YES 1.It’s so easy to make friends when you live on campus, because you are constantly around other students. 2. Being close to class is a huge advantage when it comes to college. Instead of fighting over a parking space, you can take your time to get ready in the morning and get some exercise […]

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Perspective: Cardinal Newman Society’s calls for exorcism of Cabrini unwarranted

Over 100 students attended Psychic Night hosted by Cabrini College’s CAP Board on Thursday, Jan. 19. Students waited in line, ate food and had their tarot cards read at this successful event. For those students who do attend Cabrini College, we know how rare a large crowd at a school function is. The students who […]

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‘Twilight’ bombs

Seeing the “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” I was not expecting to be blown away by amazing acting.

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What’s on your list?

1. A good camera for a reasonable price is  the Canon Compact PowerShot Elph 310 HS. It packs an 8x zoom lens into a body that can slide into a back pocket or bag easily. When you consider its high-res LCD, excellent image quality, and 1080p HD video capture capability you have a camera that […]

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My Best Friend

  I am a daddy’s girl. Anyone who knows me well at all is aware of the fact that my father, Tom,  is a major part of my life. I do not go a day without calling, texting or talking about him. As long as I can remember, I have always felt that there was […]

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College cuts undergraduate tuition to below $30K, maintains merit scholarship level

Cabrini is now one of five current colleges across the United States to dramatically reduce the price of tuition rates. The Board of Trustees of Cabrini College has authorized a 12.5 percent reduction in undergraduate tuition and fees, effective fall 2012. This announcement, made on Thursday, Nov. 10, will have a major impact on the […]

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Kim and Kris call it quits: After only 72 days

Less than three months after their lavish wedding in Montecito, Ca., Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are calling it quits.

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Halloween Costumes: on a tight budget

Halloween is just a few days away. Do you have your costume ready? If not, it is time to start planning your costume! Halloween is a favorite holiday for many people. Not only is it an excuse to dress up, it is also a great time to get creative. Some people may feel the panic […]

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Psychothriller does not impress audiences

The Roommate is a thriller the whole family can dislike. The Roommate follows Sara (Minka Kelly), a small town girl who has moved to Los Angeles to study fashion at the Los Angeles University. Her assigned roommate is a wealthy art student named Rebecca (Leighton Meester).

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Immigration: important to agree on basic human decency

Are illegal immigrants going to over run our country or should we give everyone an opportunity to a fair life?

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Britney makes a comeback, again

Britney Spears has kept quiet since wrapping up her Circus Tour in 2009, but the pop-princess is once again storming the charts and reminding the pop industry she is a forced to be reckoned with

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Stay warm and fashionable this winter

Although it requires a bit more effort to remain stylish during the winter months, it is very possible and easy to achieve with the right wardrobe.

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Zodiac fans in a frenzy over sudden change in the stars

Last week those of us who look up our daily horoscopes found a shocking discovery, along with the New Year, there’s a new Zodiac signs for many in 2011.

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Homosexuality on forefront of television shows

Homosexuality used to be a forbidden topic on television just years ago. However, television viewers are beginning to see television shows regularly have gay and lesbian characters.

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Cabrini Fall Open House

For the second year in a row Cabrini offered students to experience college life before begin accepted. Instead of students leaving with their families after the open house was over they gathered their overnight gear and headed to house 3 and 7 for a true Cabrini College experience.

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Michael Krencicki

At the age of seven, Michael Krencicki, had already found his passion in life, singing. Growing up in Havertown, Pa Michael’s first memories of music had much to do with the famous sounds of Broadway

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All Saints Day

All Saints Day is a day catholics recognize saints as saints because they have been brought closer to God by prayer or missionary work and have been formally recognized by the church.

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What’s on the menu?

Sodexo’s general manager said he and the staff try to respond to students’ needs in their purchases and menu selection. Over half the student population at Cabrini College lives and eats on campus. With variety ranging from each dining option it is interesting to see how the everyday student has been incorporated into the dining selection […]

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Warped body image an issue on campuses

More predominantly than most in Western culture, body image plays a huge roll in many people’s lives.

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People Poll: Cold weather mood changes

As the warm air seems to be disappearing and we head into mid October, winter is the next season to hit Cabrini College. Winter means cold air, snow, ice and dark dreary days. For some of these reasons many students find themselves dreading the winter and cold weather. Some students fear the effects that the […]

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Fall Must Haves for the Season

Thigh-high boots: These have become a favorite with many women. Whether it’s a heel or flat, these boots are comfortable and sleek. Wear for day or night, they provide a great look and protection from the cold air. Military accents: A huge contrast to the latest trends comes from the military style that is increasing in […]

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Application of the week

No one likes to study for a test. High lighting books, making flash cards and filling out study guides are no fun. Being so time consuming you do not even want to look at the information after you spent so long writing it down. But all of this is about to change. Thanks to Flashcards […]

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Coffee farmer shares Fair Trade experiences

Fair Trade, one of the most popular justice movements hitting our society, came to life for students when they met a Fair Trade farmer in their class recently.

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ThinkFast GAME SHOW

“ThinkFast” is an up and coming nationwide favorite activity among college students in the United States. With increasing popularity in the past ten years “ThinkFast” has won multiple awards in it’s for of completely- interactive, audience-participation trivia game show. Making a stop at Cabrini, numerous students came out to be tested on their knowledge of […]

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“Fall” into a movie theater this season

The 2010 summer movie season was, to some extent, disappointing. Aside from some guaranteed successes, summer movies were a bit of a letdown. Although most have saved money during the summer months by staying away from summer flicks that were flops, the fall lineup should be much more entertaining. With many movies coming out, there […]

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