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Men’s tennis falls to Keystone in CSAC showdown

The Cabrini men’s tennis team fell to Colonial States Athletic Conference foe Keystone College with a score of 6-3 on Saturday, April 9 at the Dixon Courts. In this match Head Coach Rich Aldrete decided to alter the typical lineup moving junior Nate Martin to the No. 3 position and junior Justin Lutteroty to the […]

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Lady Cavs earn comeback win over Marywood

The Cabrini women’s lacrosse team overcame a five-goal deficit in the second half to take down Colonial States Athletic Conference rival Marywood University on Saturday, April 9. The 15-14 victory was led by senior Jamie O’Hanlon who had seven goals on the day, four goals in the first half and three in the second half. […]

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Men’s tennis falls to Eastern, keeps positive outlook

Cabrini men’s tennis team faced Eastern University in the Battle of Eagle Road on Thursday, April 7. The backyard rivalry, which took place at the Dixon Courts ended in an 8-1 loss for the Cavaliers who now stand with a record of 2-7. Junior Jake Neary earned the lone point for the Blue and White […]

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Men’s tennis eager to find their stride

The Cabrini men’s tennis team has had a slow start to their season. Their overall record is 1-6 and they have lost four straight matches.

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Lady Cavs snap losing streak, crush Immaculata

After a string of rough losses to open the season, the women’s lacrosse team found its first win of the 2011 season. On March 28, the Lady Cavs trumped Colonial State Athletic Conference opponent Immaculata University with a score of 20-10 at the Edith Robb Dixon Field. “We hope these difficult games that we opened […]

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Thorp to wear distinguished No. 8 jersey

Sophomore attackman Bobby Thorp has been given the honor of wearing the distinguished No. 8 jersey for the Cabrini men’s lacrosse program this season to carry on the legacy of Casey Grugan. “Casey Grugan was like a big brother to me last year. His lacrosse intelligence and leadership is indescribable,” Thorp said. “Wearing his number […]

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Cabrini Cavs bring school spirit back to campus after winning streak secures ‘Sweet 16’ spot once again

What do people think of when they hear “Sweet 16”? Many immediately would say a girl’s birthday when she turns 16 and enters the ladder of her teenage years, but any sports fan holds this phrase in high regard. When a basketball team makes it to the “Sweet 16” in the NCAA tournament, which is […]

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Student escapes war, finds success at Cabrini

Sophomore history major Goran Dulac has found success on and off the court after traveling here with his family escaping a civil war in Bosnia.

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Getting to know a Cavalier: Cory Lemons

Getting to know a Cavalier: Cory Lemons

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Western powers contributed to Haiti’s economic instability

It is the powerful countries of the world, including the U.S., who have driven Haiti’s economy into oblivion. This was the part of the message brought forth by Johanna Berrigan and Bishop Thomas Gumbleton as they spoke to many of the Engagements in the Common Good classes at Cabrini College.

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Cabrini aims to join ranks of other Fair Trade certified institution

Cabrini College is in the early stages of becoming a Fair Trade university. A committee is being formed to begin the process.

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Cabrini celebrates partnership with Phillies through Cabrini Night

Cabrini’s partnership with the Phillies allows students to enjoy Cabrini Night at the Phillies.

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Sports Blurbals 8/31

-Manny Ramirez will no longer be wearing the blue baseball cap in Los Angeles. He’s trading it in for a black baseball cap in Chicago and will make his debut on Tuesday against the Indians. Ramirez is beginning to create a pattern with his movement. Manny’s effort with the Red Sox in 2008 led to […]

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Inside Look: Adam Pifer

Adam Pifer was named the head golf coach at Cabrini College on July 12.

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Weekly Sports Update for Aug. 26, 2010

Weekly Sports Update

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Twilight’s bad influence on teens

Premarital sex is not the message “Twilight” should be sending this young and impressionable audience

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Rookies proving their worth at training camp

Eagles rookies have impressed the crowd, the coaches and, most importantly, head coach Andy Reid this year at training camp.

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Professional experience, at what price?

To be paid, or not to be paid, that is the question for many college students seeking internships around the U.S. today. It seems students are no longer satisfied with a typical summer job. They are now seeking internships in the field they hope to pursue after college, but why is this? The reason is […]

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Harsh winter leads to severe allergies

Many people get allergies, while others are lucky enough not to have to deal with its misery. Those millions of unlucky people though may be having a tougher time this year than ever before.

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Tufts University puts a twist to the application process by using YouTube as a primary recruiting tool. -- MCT

YouTube admission videos: asset to application process

Starting this year Tufts is the first college to encourage students to send in one-minute YouTube videos as part of their application.

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Phillies look to promising season

The Phillies have quickly become one of the elite teams in professional baseball. With a Commissioners Trophy in 2008 and a World Series appearance in 2009, the Phillies have proven to be a well-oiled machine.

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Roommates create everlasting friendships

Some roommates just hit it off and remain roomies for all four years. Here are two pairs.

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Field of 64 set for ‘Big Dance’

Get your brackets ready, grab a nice comfy chair and prepare to cheer on your favorite team. It’s time for March Madness.

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Peace Corps changes man’s outlook on life

Ten years after college, Timothy Brennan decided he wanted to put his agricultural knowledge to good use and help others.

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Cabrini services conquer inclement weather

The school’s dining services and maintenance facilities are credited with keeping the campus running.

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Technology’s newest fad

After much suspense and anticipation, Apple has finally unveiled its newest product, the iPad. This is Apple’s most recent product since the iPhone, which took cellular devices to a whole new level.

According to technology writers, the iPad, which will not hit stores for a few months, looks strikingly similar to the iPod touch, just larger.

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