Once a year, the campus comes together to honor Cabrini’s heritage and mission. Cabrini Day is a day of celebration of the college’s mission to deliver academic excellence, while keeping a commitment to social justice. Students and staff are encouraged to take advantage of this day full of mission-oriented activities. Classes are not held during the […]
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“Million Dollar Arm” is a Disney creation directed by Craig Gillespie and the screenplay was written by Thomas McCarthy. The movie was released on May 16, 2014 and can now be seen on DVD.
Figuring out where and with whom to spend the holidays can be tricky for students and their families. The holiday season for most people is about spending time with your relatives.
Make a family as you spend your time with your family during this holiday. Playing this game you can build and make relationships. Your dream home can be made including decoration customizing for Christmas. From infants to adults you can watch and give them the essentials to grow or the opposite. It reflects reality of […]
Miranda Budd was awarded the Nerney Leadership Award during Cabrini Day last Tuesday for the service she participated in last year.
Michael Burrell was awarded the Nerney Leadership Award on Cabrini Day last Tuesday for his service as an EMT.
On Tuesday, Nov. 18th, the CAP Board held “Don’t Forget the Lyrics” with host and musician Jared Mahone. Combining the musical styles of Mahone along with rounds of students trying to remember lyrics, the night was filled with entertainment.
“Chicago” sizzled in the 1920s Ambassador Theater with the cooing tones of “All that Jazz,” creating a cool prohibition club vibe.
Some stores will be opening on Thanksgiving in hopes of getting an early rush from Black Friday shoppers while others are putting their foot down and strictly sharing time with their family and friends while their stores’ doors stay tightly locked up.
Going to see the Broadway production of “Chicago,” I was expecting the same pizzazz and “razzle dazzle” as the 2002 movie production. Unfortunately, the Broadway musical left me feeling slightly disappointed and underwhelmed.
The 2014 Mr. and Miss Cabrini pageant united student representatives from clubs across campus as they all vied for the coveted crown and sash. This year title winners are Colin Kilroy, junior business major nominated by the Student Government Association, and Lauren Hight, senior communication major nominated by LOQation Weekly News Program. View a recap […]
Mackenzie Harris was one of the four students that were awarded the Charles A. Mastronardi Service and Leadership award on Tuesday.
Along with one other student, Mariel Delacruz won the Charles A. Mastronardi Service and Leadership Award on Tuesday during Cabrini Day.
Rebecca Wagenbaur received the Mastronardi award on Tuesday. The award is given to students who serve the community in any way they can.
Ashley Douglas was awarded the Nerney Leadership award on Tuesday for her service in her community. Douglas is a hard worker and a dedicated student. She has taken many steps in order to receive this award.
College drinking can vary from a little buzz to not remembering what you did the day before. There are students that consume alcohol everyday. So what is the difference between alcoholism and college drinking?
No matter what school that they choose to go to, students are going to run into drinking at some point in their college career. Aside from drinking at parties either on-campus or off, many decide to drink before they even arrive to their destination. Pregaming is something that a lot of people do for a […]
Whether you are ripping shots of Fireball Whiskey at Mad River on a Friday night or curled up on your couch watching the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” with a glass of rose in your hand, each student finds time to fit in their drinks. According to the National Institute of on Alcohol Abuse and […]
Chickie’s and Pete’s in Drexel Hill, Pa., is the closest way to get your crab fries without going into the City of Brotherly Love. Serving as one of the more well-known sports bars in the area, I was slightly unimpressed with my experience as a customer.
Do you have mad selfie game?” Do you want to practice making funny selfies in an organized and enjoyable way? This app is the app for it and it is free to download.
And the winners of 2014 Mr. and Miss Cabrini pageant are Colin Kilroy and Lauren Hight. Both contestants competed along with 10 other students. Everyone was waiting for the winners to be crowned.
He competed against veteran Mr. and Miss. Cabrini candidates and came out on top. Some sang solos, duets and even wore “Cabrini pride” booty-shorts—but not 2014’s Mr. Cabrini. The man under the crown is Colin Kilroy.
At large school events, alcoholic beverages are bound to be ingested. In most recent occurrences, alcohol consumption has led to rowdiness and in more severe cases, fighting.
Most of the Cabrini population has had some good memories at 16 East 1st Avenue Conshohocken, PA. Spamps Restaurant and Bar was a very hot attraction for young college party goers.
Snow, ice, and wind. Yes, they are coming whether we like it or not. The director of public safety, Creig Doyle said that there will be many safety precautions taken during this upcoming winter. Many measures will be taken during the winter months to keep the campus safe and roads clear for the students and […]
Surviving, thriving and having a good laugh along the way is what Grace Helbig is all about. She started on YouTube at an early age and has been maneuvering the challenges of being an adolescent in the digital age ever since.
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