Author Archives | Kristine Semptimphelter

Where have all the men gone?

Where have all the men gone? Today, all I see are men who refuse to grow up.

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Crossing the finish line: Senior graphic design exhibition

After four years of hard work and dedication, senior graphic design students are proud to show off everything they have been working for since their freshmen year.

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Application of the Week: Snapguide

Ever wanted to learn how to dougie? Or how to make a delish homemade pie? Did you ever want to learn something new without taking an expensive class or taking up a lot of time to learn it? There is always something new to learn with Snapguide, a free application and website. It allows people […]

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Derek’s offers decadent choices

Derek’s has become a favorite for people from all over the city. With its many rooms, you can enter a lively bar with tall tables and TVs, a quiet booth for a conversation, an open room with seating for large groups or make your way upstairs to a regal whisky bar.

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Safe House is anything but Safe.

The 2012 action thriller “Safe House” is nothing close to safe. This movie, starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds, is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. The movie was released on Friday, Feb. 10 by Swedish director Daniel Espinosa.

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Bold, thought provoking comedy

“Clybourne Park” is a story of a house, a neighborhood and the people who have come and gone for over five decades. This bold comedy unearths that gentrification is not just black and white.

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Vintage taste for your sweet tooth

Brown Betty Dessert Boutique is a delicious bakery with two locations in the Philadelphia area.

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Extremely loud and incredibly memorable

For those who believe Stephen Daldry’s “Extremely Loud and Incrediby Close” is incredibly bad, they almost certainly left their hearts at home before entering the movie theater.

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Students receive advice on dating

Dave and Ethan are the College Dating Coaches. Two life long friends who embarked on a journey for true love. After their Youtube ad went public so did Dave and Ethan.

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BlogRoll: Melinda’s Fitness Blog

Melindasfitnessblog.com is a nutrition and weight training blog especially for women who need the motivation and techniques from someone who is not a professional.

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What would you do without your cell phone?

A look at what my life was like before cell phone and how far we have come with them.

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Lady Cavs cruise to 67-42 win over Keystone

The Cabrini women’s basketball team defeated Keystone College 67-42 on Saturday, Dec. 3 at the Nerney Field House.

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Strong defense leads Cavs to win over Neumann

The Cabrini women’s basketball team defeated Neumann University on Monday, Nov. 28 at Nerney Field House by a score of 50-37.

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Weekend in sports

Eagles vs. Giants: After the Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Nov. 13, they will take on the New York Giants at New Meadowlands Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 8:20 p.m. The Eagles have been defeated two weeks in a row, by Arizona and Chicago, respectively.The Giants are leading the NFC […]

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GMC shuts out Cavaliers

The women’s field hockey team lost to Gwynedd-Mercy 3-0 in the CSAC championship game on Saturday, Nov. 5.

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Grad studies welcomes new Dean

For every undergraduate student that walks on campus, there are one and a half graduate students on campus. Martha Combs, the college’s new Dean of Graduate Studies, began her work at the college ready to share her passion for learning and eagerness for higher education.

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Friendship crucial to goalie’s success

Eric Nowicki is a sophomore business administration major as well as goalkeeper for the cavaliers. Nowicki was named second team all conference as well as first team all Hartford county.

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Green Team strives for greener campus

A friendly community green team activist group stands up for going green-awareness on and off campus.

The committee, made up of students, faculty and staff, met on Sunday, Oct. 9 to reflect on nature and the duty to care for God’s creation and protect the poor and vulnerable.

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Homelessness can be prevented

Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes. No food or drink for days. No bedroom to keep your belongings. No bathroom to shower. No house to call home. These are human beings that live among us, in our town, cities and streets. Homelessness can be prevented

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CTL’s Welcome Back Celebration draws crowd

The Welcome Back Celebration was held on Thursday, Sept. 8, in the Iadarola Center, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). The event featured colorful calendars and schedules, which students could decorate while enjoying tasty treats and candy.

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