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Earth Week Preview

Preview of Cabrini College’s Earth Week events

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Doing something BEYOND extraordinary

Three college freshmen are taking the phrase “Do Something Extraordinary” to a whole new level. Freshman Allison D’Angelo, psychology and social work major, Maura Lemke, undeclared, and John McMannus, a psychology, criminology and sociology major, made the decision to do something that goes beyond what they usually do here at the college. McMannus saw a […]

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Dancing to new heights

Cherise Carn has been dancing since the age of three and is on the Cabrini College Dance Team

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Joe’s Crab Shack offers new option in KOP

The King Crab has arrived in King of Prussia! An all new Joe’s Crab Shack was recently built on Mall Boulevard, and it certainly has everyone talking.

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Dexter takes on another season with epic changes

Dexter Morgan, played by Michael C. Hall, is the best blood spatter analyst in Miami and also happens to be the world’s best serial killer.

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Children’s choir sings for cause

The Mwamba Children’s Choir was founded to promote awareness and raise money for under-privileged children. Three years later, their message is still strong.

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Penitentiary guarantees screams

Who doesn’t enjoy a good scare every once in a while? This year, Eastern State Penitentiary is celebrating their 20th anniversary of “Terror Behind the Walls.”

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One Hundred to One

Have you ever wondered why certain people are taunted, teased, bullied, abused, abandoned, talked down to and ostracized by society? I thought about this plenty of times in my life, however I never really knew what I could do about it. There are enough support groups and people to talk to but there aren’t many […]

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News Briefs Issue 05

Occupy Wall Street protests fight for economic equality A group of activists stood up against greed, corporate influence and social inequality during late September. A large number of police officers were sent to the streets near Zuccotti Park, at Broadway and Liberty Street, where protestors had been camping during their protest. The “leaderless resistance movement” […]

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Cabrini students talk about the new marketplace

Over this past summer, Cabrini College has done some major renovations to the dining halls that are meant for the students to love.

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