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Ricardo Shephard-Post Crack Era

Story about Ricardo Shepherd and his album and the message that he is trying to send.

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Montana Bray–from fitness to music to graduating in May

I’ve seen Montana around – we’ve met a time or two at a party or friend’s place, but it wasn’t until interviewing him that I was able to gain a sense of his ambition.

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The DJ behind the turn tables

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 East, and […]

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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 […]

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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 which will […]

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So you think you can dance…preview

The auditions for the Epic Week event So You Think You Can Dance took place over the last couple of weeks. Auditions took place on Monday, March 31 and Wednesday, March 19. Judging the auditions were Mr. Cabrini Jon Miller, and Mrs. Cabrini Jennarose DiGiacomo, assistant sociology professor Andrew Owens and Jackie Marciano. The judges at […]

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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 […]

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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 smile as she also had one on her face…”I am doing well.”

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CAP Board welcomes new faces

Although the fall semester will not start for nearly another five months, Cabrini’s Campus Activities and Programming (CAP) Board is already preparing for the upcoming school year.

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Knit something extraordinary

The Knitting Club at Cabrini College is a new club that was started up this semester in order to bring together both knitters and non-knitters. The club was started up by senior biology major, Trevor Cross. What began as hobby turned into a passion for Cross and he had then wanted to share that with not only others who like to knit and crochet but with anybody who seemed interested.

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ASK Blue 23 – Going after my dreams

Dear Blue,

Recently I feel as if I’m being pulled in a multitude of directions. My parents, professors and friends are all telling me what I should be doing in my life, but I want to follow my dreams. I feel as though I’ve been living vicariously through them… help?

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Celebrating All Women – Women’s History Month

The month of March is designated to celebrate the influential woman of history.

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Selfies for a cause – NOH8 campaign arrives at Cabrini

Cabrini will foster the same sense of advocacy and creativity through the NOH8 photo booth at Grace Hall on Tuesday, April 1. From 12-4pm, the Cabrini community can show solidarity during a fun photo booth for a great cause.

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Spring cleaning anyone?

With the temperatures rising and the last of the cold (hopefully) being gone, the time of year has come for windows to be open, fresh air to breeze through and all the heavy winter clutter to disappear. Here are a few simple steps to help you get going and officially say goodbye to winter.

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With a smile…Gabby Tinoco

Make-up, cheers, glitter and pom-pom’s is what most people remember when they hear the name Gabrielle Tinoco. Junior elementary education and special education major, Tinoco, is more than what meets the eye.

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Cabrini’s Cavs corner hosts Chef’s Fair

The Cav’s Corner was filled with students waiting in line to try the different food from around the world that was provided by various guest chefs here at Cabrini College.

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Ask Blue 22–Broke college student

Dear Blue,

I recently having been overdoing it with purchasing different things this past month. And I just noticed how much I’ve really been spending! How can I manage my money better? I have a part-time job, but I’m not saving any of it…

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About Last Night – Comedic look at love

In the uproariously funny, sometimes inappropriate but heart-warming movie “About Last Night,” director Steve Pink takes a realistic view of relationships and what happens when life interferes with a refreshingly comedic twist.

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ASK Blue 21 – Need to surprise your best friend?

Dear Blue,

I have been away from home for 5 months and I’m coming home in 2 days. I want to surprise my best friend and am out of ideas. What do you think would be a good way to surprise her? I need a creative idea!

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Join the cause–Relay for life

Help save a life from cancer by participating in Relay for Life with Cabrini College on April 12, 2014

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Advertising & promotions – pitch, post and promote

An up and coming club at Cabrini is the Advertising and Promotions Club. The club had once existed before but flopped, and with the encouragement of Dr.Dawn Francis an assistant communication professor, the club had managed to start up again.

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Going green not only for St. Patty’s day

Don’t put your green away just yet! Check out what looks you can pair while wearing green after St. Patty’s Day.

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Give him the light, he’s ready for action – Evan Guinessy

Living in the spotlight is something Evan Guinessy is use to. A freshman, elementary education major, Guinessy is ready to make his mark.

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Movie review – ‘The Place Beyond the Pines’

This star-studded indie film probably flew under the radar for you like it did mine. It released to limited theaters just under a year ago and stars Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper, along with Eva Mendes and Ray Liotta. After hearing about how great it was from a couple friends I took the time to find it on demand and see it for myself.

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Restaurant review – Red Robin…yum

Red Robin is known for amazing burgers, but does this food chain live up to the hype?

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Summer is here, now own it

Summer planning can be something very stressful, time-consuming, and often times costly.

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