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Movie review: Prisoners

I went to see Prisoners with my girlfriend in theaters and it was the first movie we’ve seen together that we both felt satisfied with.  This is the story of a family finding two young girls who have gone missing.  One of these girls belongs to main character Keller Dover, played by Hugh Jackman. Jackman’s […]

The Wolf of Wall Street: Review

If you haven’t seen The Wolf of Wall Street you have no doubt heard about it.  This is the true story of Jordan Belfort, eccentric New York stock broker. The story focus’ on the rise and fall of Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, on his hunt for wealth with his number two man Donnie, played by […]

Movie Review – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

New to OnDemand is  The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug.  Peter Jackson’s second of a three film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s novel “The Hobbit.”  I had a chance to see this in theaters this past winter, but if you missed it, now’s your chance to catch it at home. This is a very exciting middle chapter of the […]

Living in a city after you graduate

Going to college is the most exciting thing for most high school graduates. They get a chance to live on campus and experience their own independence. But how many students who go to a college in a city, such as Philadelphia, chose to stay and live there after they graduate ? For Christine DiBabbo, who […]

10 ways to relax during finals

1.  Exercise.  Go for a run, lift weights and let the stress sweat right out of you.  If you’re sitting around worrying about how you’re going to do on tests or how you’ll finish all your assignments maybe you need to get your body in motion and get the blood flowing. 2.  Go outside and don’t […]

Blake Lively sports a summer braid

Summer Fashion

Summer 2014 is going to be a hot one! This year’s fashion trends are all about black and white. Light tones are starting out already as early as spring and are going to work their way into the summer.

Aspiring Journalist

ASK Blue 26 – Aspiring Journalist

Dear Blue, I really want to write for the paper in the fall but I was told I have to take a course. I’m a little embarrassed because I don’t have the room to graduate on time or the money to take an extra course. Is there anything else I can do? Any ideas?

Jessica Paradysz performs

Cavalier Dance Company hosts “Their Kinda Night”

Melissa Welsh, senior Captain of the Cavalier Dance Company at Cabrini College, enjoyed a terrific night of watching her and Lauren Hight’s own dance team display all of the skills and hard work that they have been cultivating all year. If it wasn’t for these eight young ladies and their drive to dance, Melissa doesn’t […]

Multitasking?

Multitasking? It’s impossible

Leland Taylor often goes to the library, sits at a computer and breezes through his assignments without distraction. But it wasn’t always this way for him. He used to sit in front of his laptop, watch YouTube videos, send text messages and use social media sites.

Epic week kick-off ‘So You think You Can Dance’

Epic week has kicked-off with an epic night of dance. Tuesday, April 22, three dance groups competed for the chance to win Cabrini’s first ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Competition. The event took place in the Grace Hall atrium where about 45 students gathered to watch their peers compete.

Here is a sample of a resume of a current student at Cabrini. (Amarra Boone/Staff Writer)

Proper tools for summer internships – resume writing

With summer around the corner, students everywhere should have one thing in mind—internships. Whether you are getting paid or receiving college credit it is something that will get you a leg-up on your future competition. But how can you do that? What will make you stand out in the crowd and get you that internship? […]

MaryKay – more than a make up brand

Many people perceive Mary Kay’s makeup company as just an average makeup company. However, this makeup company has built an empire that has created opportunities and opened doors for many different women. Mary Kay takes pride in their products and informs people about what exactly goes into their company and their products that they are […]

Shepard and hip-hop partner Fulton talk music

Shephard releases ‘Post Crack Era’

The generation of Hip Hop has many different angles, but the one type of Hip-Hop that lasts the longest are the relaxing type of Hip-Hop. When artists rap about killing all the time, that’s okay sometimes but not all the time. There is a time and place for everything.

Frankie Criniti djing. (Dan Luner/Photo Editor)

The DJ behind the turntables

Frankie Criniti has always been passionate and interested about music and has always pictured certain songs going together, and wanting to mix them himself. His passion for DJ-ing has landed him gigs at private parties, clubs, bars, and on campus events. Some of these gigs including some known places around Cabrini such as, McFaddens, 23 […]

Map of the Taste of the Suburbs event.

King of Prussia 2014 Taste of the Suburbs

The King of Prussia area is famed for their array of amazing restaurants and dining experiences and this was epitomized this past weekend. Sunday, April 6, the King of Prussia Rotary Club and Charitable Foundation, along with the King of Prussia Volunteer Fire Department sponsored the 2014 Taste of the Suburbs Food and Wine Festival […]

Divergent – What’s your identity?

Divergent is based on the best-selling book series by Veronica Roth. It’s a thrilling action filled movie with bits of romance sneaking in. The movie takes place in Chicago during present day. The city is divided up into five categories which define where each human belongs. Each person has a chance to take a test […]

Internships

ASK Blue 24 – Internships?

Dear Blue, It’s that time….trying to find internships. I’ve signed up to get emails from my advisor and I’ve also been just doing random searches here and there for local internships, but nothing has caught my eye. And when I do apply, I feel like it takes forever for the company to get back to […]

A sampling of food you can order. (Leonard Brock/Staff Writer)

T.G.I.Friday’s is more than just eating…

There are many restaurants around the area that I am sure are great and T.G.I Fridays stands among them. I walked in and felt welcomed. It only took two minutes for the hostess to speak to me with a warm greeting she asked “How you are doing tonight?” in great politeness. I responded with a […]