“I love what I do, I love coming to work every day. I love being able to recruit for my alma mater,” Emily Fiore said, class of 2012 and now current admissions counselor. Fiore found herself in the lucky 92 percent of graduates who find employment less than one year after graduation, a statistic provided […]
Campus, local, national and international news stories.
New campus minister Manisha Divecha stepped into the role after the resignation of Stephanie Salinis over the summer.
Residential buildings on campus went through a extreme makeovers to accommodate all current and incoming students for the fall semester. For nine months out of the year students call Cabrini home and housing placements can make or break a college experience especially for students on campus. Especially first-year students students who experience the most changes […]
Throughout the summer and into the start of the current semester, the Office of Residence Life has undergone several changes. With a new office, new personnel and new dynamics, the office is prepared for whatever the academic year may bring.
One in four women in college will experience rape or attempted rape. On Friday, Aug. 15 2014, Cabrini College held the Policy Institute for the first time in its history. The conference centered around policies and actions that must take place if/when rape occurs on campuses, workplaces and organizations. The main objectives were to raise […]
“I think when it comes to a total stop, and I’m not even sure when that’s going to be, I think by then we’ll know what it’s like to be retired.” Education professor Shirley Dixon was one of six full-time faculty that retired in the spring of 2014. Along with Dixon, Dr. Joseph Roma- no, […]
Thursday Briefing – News from around the globe for the week of Sept. 11, 2014
On Friday, Sept. 5, Rebecca “Becky” Clark, 21-year old pharmacy major from Cabrini College, “passed away accidentally” according to the Times Herald Obituary. If you are interested in aiding Becky Clark Memorial Fund click here to make a donation. There will be more news on Clark’s death, stay tuned for updates.
What’s happening across the globe during the week of Sept. 4, 2014.
As a racially equal nation, Americans are taught that the police enforcement is here to serve and protect us. However, numerous events in history have shown our protectors have used excessive force on innocent victims.
The start of the fall academic year brings new faces to the Cabrini Campus, on August 22, 2014 Cabrini welcomed nearly 500 first-year students for orientation week. Students of all backgrounds traveled from near and far to start their college careers as Cavaliers.
In the fall of 2012, the freshman class consisted of 400 students. The following year, the class of 2016 dropped down to 319. Now, another year later, that same class is back up to over 400 students. This fluctuating enrollment has caused some issues, including finding more dormitory space and opening new class sections to […]
The increased enrollment created various challenges to coordinating the freshman schedules. Departments were faced with increasing the traditional small class sizes in order to accommodate all students.
Walking around on your first day of classes, you might notice something different about the hallways. Certain rooms and offices were being renovated, reconfigured or relocated altogether this summer. Some of the key changes for students may be the relocation of the Center for Career and Professional Development, Counseling, Student Life, Residence Life and the […]
Following another good season, the Cabrini men’s soccer team adventured to Bermuda this summer during their offseason. During their stay, the Cavs took on the challenge of playing two Bermuda national teams. The Cavs not only played two national teams but they also were given the opportunity to learn and embrace a different culture.
While it may not be available for another semester, the new masters of education degree will transform the typical curriculum by merging a modern teaching with Cabrini’s core values.
Constant strokes of his stripped purple, black and gold necktie ensured that it laid flat atop his shirt. Periodic sips from a Cabrini College labeled water bottle (that always found its way back to its coaster) implied that he was preparing for some long-winded answers. He sat at an angle in a wooden chair at […]
Have you ever looked down at the bracelet you are wearing and thought about where it came from? Ethically sourced jewelry is a topic on the rise and is teaching people about the blood, sweat and tears that could have gone into making their favorite accessory.
“You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown,” based on the well-know comic strip “Peanuts” was full of whimsical colors, charming characters and adorable humor. On April 11, the cast and crew performed one of their last showings of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Directed by Thomas R. Stretton, Jr, this musical that fondly commemorates the […]
President of ABC own television stations group, Rebecca Campbell spends time speaking with the Cabrini community on the future of broadcasting and how to be a leader.
Fair trade is all around, here are some basic tips to understanding it!
The Who’s Who award is awarded to students who are campus leaders, excel in the classroom and serve the community. Eighteen Cabrini seniors received this honor.
Cotton is a staple fiber that grows in a boll. After being harvested, cotton is spun into yarn or thread. It is the world’s most widely used textile, with over 29 million tons of cotton produced every year. However, the fabric that makes up a majority of consumers’ favorite clothing and blankets could be hiding […]
People hear “fair trade” and they automatically associate it with food. However, fair trade takes on other forms as well. Fair trade has become much more of a topic of concern in the clothing industry. In light of 2013-factory crash in Bangladesh, fair trade activist have fought to help people understand the source of where […]
As consumers, we are constantly buying the newest trends. However, there is also a very high probability that most people do not think about where their clothing items come from before they buy them. For many, the origin of their shirt, shorts or sweater remains a mystery. Many don’t realize that the cotton that makes […]
Kelsey Timmerman has a wife and two kids and lives in Indiana with his family. He is a man who wanted to travel the world and find out where everyday things like clothes or food came from. He loves to experience new people and learn about their stories. He is a speaker and a writer. He […]
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