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Love 146 is an organization that started in 2002. Its mission is to protect, defend, restore and empower those millions of children, women and men that have been forced into sex slavery and exploitation.

Love 146 visits Cabrini, advocates to abolish sex trade

Love 146 is an organization that started in 2002. Its mission is to protect, defend, restore and empower those millions of children, women and men that have been forced into sex slavery and exploitation. Love 146 strives to work toward an abolition movement through rescue, prevention and aftercare solutions.

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A taste of classical music at Cabrini

The Pennsylvania Symphonic Winds (PSW) is an electric musical orchestra that plays a range of music from stage to screen, classic and contemporary. Located just a few blocks from Cabrini College, the PSW rehearsal studio is at Valley Forge Military Academy and College. Cabrini was granted the opportunity to listen to the PSW perform this […]

Senior week preparations in the works

Graduation is approaching and besides preparing for the senior caps and gowns, the senior week committee is diligently preparing for the last hoorah for the seniors before graduation. Preparations have been started in January and by polls that the seniors have taken, they essentially picked the places to go. “There was a poll for the seniors […]

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GAGA makes history

The newest released single by the artist Lady Gaga is now the fastest selling debut on iTunes ever. It reached No. 1 on the iTunes charts in 22 countries,  Billboard’s 1,000 No. 1 hit and has been played thousands of times on on-air radio, breaking the history of the charts. It was the fastest downloaded […]

The countdown begins, 100 days until graduation

College has been an experience I will never ever forget. I remember like it was yesterday, my first day at Cabrini. Moving into House 2, meeting my roommate for the first time and trying to come to realization that from now on my life will never be the same, was a lot to deal with. […]

Volunteers needed to repeat success of Relay for Life

Relay For Life was started in 1985 by a man named Dr. Gordy Klatt. Klatt decided to walk around a track for 24-hours to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Just by this one man’s action, over 3.5 million people participate in this event all over the country. “This event is important to Cabrini […]

BIC takes on eating disorders with events

Some of the top mental illnesses in America that have seven million women and one million men struggling with are eating disorders. Approximately only one in every 10 people with a disorder receive treatment. Colleges and universities all over the nation are reaching out to those students who want to help stop this illness. Cabrini […]

A new year in the city that never sleeps

After great build up and anticipation, the holiday season comes and goes in a flash and it’s almost time to celebrate a whole new year. For some, that means thinking about their new years resolution and what they’ll do different for the next year to come. For all those other people, what they have on […]

Lady Cavs have high hopes for young squad

Every new season means there will be new additions to a team. Cabrini College’s women’s basketball team lost four seniors but gained eight freshmen that are carrying the team. Cabrini women’s basketball team lost to Montclair State University with an ending score of 71-39 on Tuesday, Nov. 23. This was their first away game of […]

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Player Profile: Jim Mattock

Every athlete at Cabrini has a special talent.  Every player on every team whether it be men’s or women’s, is motivated to play as hard as they can and learn from each other along the way.  Jim Mattock, who is on the men’s soccer team at Cabrini, knows all about teamwork and enjoys what he […]

Field hockey falls to TCNJ

The Cabrini women’s field hockey team played an enthusiastic game against The College of New Jersey under the lights on Thursday, Oct. 21. The score was a 4-0 loss. However, this was one of the most aggressive games the women have recently played. Cabrini has had some history with TCNJ. They have played them for […]

The Cabrini College women’s soccer team ran onto the field before their game against The College of Notre Dame on Oct. 19 at the Edith Robb Dixon Field. The Lady Cavs dominated on offense as they took down the Gators with a score of 5-0. They go into their final regular season game with a record of 13-3.

Lady Cavs beat Baptist Bible 5-0

The Cabrini women’s soccer team had a triumphant win against Baptist Bible defeating them with a 5-0 win on Wednesday, Oct. 13 at Cabrini College’s Edith Robb Dixon Field. This declares the 11th win of the season. Fifteen minutes into the game, senior midfielder Dana Nardello scored the first goal of the game with an […]

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Sushi Land

For college students who are looking for affordable and tasty Japanese cuisine, it’s just a simple car ride away. Open seven days a week, Sushi Land offers appetizers, a lunch/dinner menu, dinner sushi platters and rolls. However, it is known for its uniquely named sushi and special rolls that bring in all the college students. […]

Memorable moments at family weekend

There is one weekend at Cabrini when students, parents and alumni are valued for being such a contributing factor to the greatness of Cabrini College. That weekend is family weekend. Family weekend is designed to bring in families from all over to spend time with their loved ones that are a part of the Cabrini […]

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Cabrini students make bucket list

College is known to be the fastest four years of your life. Students start off as eager freshman and before they know it they are accomplished seniors getting ready to receive their diploma, or are they? Some students thrive to accomplish certain goals within the short four years that they have left and for the […]

The perks and pains of on and off campus living

College is an opportunity where students can branch off on their own and experience things they never could if they were still living at home. Students learn how to take care of themselves and handle their own responsibilities without even the thought of parents doing it for you. This process of learning comes mostly from […]

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Hearing loss attributed to loud habits

Teens and young adults love listening to music at a loud volume but little do they know they’re doing severe damage to their hearing. iPods can do more harm than good. Loss of hearing has increased drastically within the years due to the pounding music coming from ear buds that are placed directly in your […]