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FIFA 15 Review

Once a year, die hard soccer fans of all ages and team orientation, come together and rejoice in the release of their favorite video game; FIFA 15. For those who cannot touch the professional soccer pitches, this game makes them water at the mouth, giving them the ability to everything that professional players and managers […]

Clarkson takes control in ‘Piece by Piece’

Kelly Clarkson’s “Piece by Piece” album displays the same charismatic voice that America grew to love, with the powerhouse lyrics of a pop star that has been in the industry for over a decade, and stayed strong through it all. Clarkon’s album features beautiful ballads, undeniably strong  anthems and a duet that we have come […]

Philadelphia flower show blossoms with movie theme

Storybook settings transformed into beautiful landscapes at the Philadelphia Flower Show’s Lights Camera Bloom. Laced between the fairy-tale scenery was the work of talented florists throughout the area. This year’s theme took its audience through the movies into a wonderland of floral exhibits. Sponsored by companies like Disney and Disney’s Pixar, florists really had the […]

Josh Muska: four years on stage, one fantastic experience

Beads of sweat drop to the stage. Pacing moments of comedic pauses and dramatic integrity fill the two-hour stage marathon. Mic checks, quick changes and line cues create a subtle buzz backstage immediately quieted by the stage manager. After it has all ended, a roaring applause echoes in the black-box theater. The work lights finally fade and […]


Students face challenges as they transition to 21

Transitioning from age 20 to age 21 is a different experience for different students. Oct. 15, 2014 was the big day for junior education major Jessica Austin where reaching the desired age of 21 opened to doors to a different type of social life. “You’re still celebrating your birthday and it’s still a big celebration […]


Academic advising helps students make better choices

Academic advising aids students who realize its rich benefits. Before signing up for classes every semester, Cabrini requires students to meet with their academic advisers. On March 26, juniors will be able to register for their classes during senior year. “I prepare for advising by looking at all the classes I have to take and […]

Walkzee: help for both humans and dogs

Dogs. It’s almost impossible not to love them, but when it comes down to paying for them, I can be a bother to your wallet. Dog lovers are passionate, and those who can’t afford a dog and their services are now being given a way to enjoy a day with a local sheltered dog. “Walkzee,” […]

The Dinner Party: A place at the table for all women

Women’s contribution to this world has been exponential, as well as progressive, and because of that Women’s history month is given to us as an opportunity to see the contributions that women have made. In the library’s art gallery an exhibition of Judy Chicago’s, “The Dinner Party,” is being displayed to promote women’s history month. […]

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Winged liner and dramatic lashes are in for Spring 2015. Use a liquid eyeliner, eyelash curler and volume mascara for the look.

New York Fashion Week reveals spring makeup trends

Spring makeup is usually full of bright and rosy pinks, pretty pastels and oozing with sugar- sweetness. Spring 2015 is pretty and sweet, with an edge. New York’s Fashion Week was packed with slim models walking down the runway in custom designs. Although most kept their faces forward, thinking about not tripping and did not […]

Student creates play as senior capstone project

Making the senior capstone project something extraordinary is a goal many Cabrini students hope for. Alyssa Reape is a senior English major with a minor in theater and writing. Completing and passing the capstone project is essential to graduating. Her capstone was a play she wrote, directed, and acted in. Her friend, George Nave also […]

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’50 Shades’ album may be as sultry as the movie

  “50 Shades of Grey” trailers have been played on repeat on TV screens and YouTube ads, leading up to it’s Valentine’s Day weekend release. People are frenzied over the whips, handcuffs and red-room romance, but forget the pulsing music played underneath the actress’s pleas of “tie me up, please.” The most memorable song is […]


What can LinkedIn do for you?

By Patrick Whalen Asst. Perspectives Editor LinkedIn is not just another social media site. It is a gateway to future careers. Melissa Moravec, assistant director for the center for career and professional development, showed a group of students and adults the steps in which they need to perfect their LinkedIn accounts. Moravec started out her […]

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Spring into fashion this season

By Alexa Ferragine Lifestyles Editor The smell of budding flowers and fresh cut grass over power the incoming spring season. New fashion trends and styles will be shortly appearing in store windows. Flannel seems to be sticking around and transitioning from winter looks to spring looks. In order to wear a flannel and turn it […]


Christle’s Book Corner reviews

By Christle Gehman Lifestyles Editor Love, Tanya Tanya Burr,  25 year-old Youtube star, has released her first book on January 29. Shortly after completing sixth form at Notre Dame and doing a course on make-up, she aspired to be a make-up artist. She got a job as a make-up artist at Jarrold’s department store and […]


Spring break is quickly approaching, students say

By Renee Oliver Asst. Sports Editor Believe it or not spring break is approaching. It is just two weeks away. The break might have snuck up on students and staff because it is scheduled earlier this school year. Some students are not excited about the change. “I don’t like it. All of my friends from […]


Students have a hard time choosing a major

By Anesia Meredith Asst. Copy Editor Uncleared students are very much common among many colleges and universities. It is often common to see students drop their original major to pick up another one. Freshmen Ameer Ali, is categorized as an undeclared sophomore and transfer student from Delaware County Community College. Ali sought out to find […]

Dance teaches hard work and upbeat classes

Dance teaches hard work and upbeat classes

By Jade Motto Staff Writer At Cabrini she is known as an adjunct Faculty, who teaches dance elective courses. Tricia Crouse received this job because of a friend who heard about the opening and recommended her. Crouse is in Cabrini’s Masters of education program and attended Temple University for her B.F.A. in dance. She started […]

Someone other than Perry worked it

Not even dancing sharks, a giant lion or Katy Perry’s bouncing bosom could help being outshined by Superbowl XLIX’s surprise guest, Missy Elliott. Let’s be real, Perry was good and Lenny Kravitz wasn’t bad either, but the second that the Elliott’s black silhouette shown and the sitar-strung-opening to “Get Ur Freak On” boasted from the […]

1D’s 4th album invokes authenticity

One Direction’s fourth studio album was released on Nov. 17, just under a year after their third studio album was released. November releases seem to be a pattern for the group and it seems to work, seeing as parents are looking for presents to get their kids for Christmas and getting the new album for […]