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Think pink raises awareness for breast cancer

Cabrini College ran an event to help yourself and others become more knowledgeable about breast cancer awareness. The event was held on Oct. 23 at the Health Hut right outside CAVS Corner for students and anyone that wanted to learn more about breast cancer.

Forum helps envision the future of nonprofits

Businesses need to learn how to collaborate with youth in order to be successful. Members of the Cabrini community learned from distinguished nonprofit leaders in arts and humanities, education, social services and more. The event was sponsored by the Nerney Leadership Institute.

Delta Xi Phi at Philadelphia’s Making Strides for Breast Cancer. (Dana Millio/Submitted Photo)

Delta Xi Phi makes strides for breast cancer

Raising awareness for cancer is taking on a new meaning. On Saturday, Oct. 18 Philadelphia hosted the Making Strides”breast cancer event. Thousands of people from all over attended this event and Cabrini’s Delta Xi Phi chapter was there to participate.

Senior English major Maria Monastra posing with keynote speaker Kate Bornstein after a book signing. (Maria Monastra/Submitted Photo)

Working with body image issues in LGBT youth populations

The stigma surrounding LGBT was broken down to the audience about the issues that these people each day. Paige Walker facilitated the workshop. That is to go with doing her best to make those in the room comfortable and enjoy the discussion. It helped to get people to corporate when she asked if anyone had […]

Dr. Amy Persichetti teaches the Dating and Domestic Violence as an ECG class. (Jessica Paradysz/Perspectives Editor)

Dating and Domestic Violence ECG reveals vast need for education courses

Students and teachers have whispered and talked about the media blitz of domestic violence stories. The media runs these stories of professional athletes beating their wives with gripping headlines and footage, yet these are real lives. How is this truly promoting intelligent conversations about such a terrible issue? There is a vital need for educational […]

Members of club at the workshop. (Maria Monastra/Submitted Photo) hosts self-defense workshop

The Dixon Center was packed with people this Saturday. However this time it was not the lacrosse team occupying the gym. A crowd of unfamiliar faces loaded into the Dixon Center Dance Studio as, Cabrini’s self-defense class was held from 1p.m. to 3 p.m.

Students attending the leadership summit. (Samantha Jacobs/Staff Writer)

First annual Leadership Summit teaches students tips for success

Sleeping in is never an option for student leaders. The First Annual Student Leadership Summit was held on Friday, Oct. 10, better recognized as the dean’s fall holiday. This enabled busy student leaders to earn the LEADStrong points they had been striving for or to discover ways to better their leadership roles in clubs with […]

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The Ebola virus

Ebola was first found in Zaire or what is now known as the Democratic Republic of Congo, in 1976. The Ebola virus is an extremely rare disease and symptoms are similar to a very severe flu. Sweating, body aches, pains, vomiting and uncontrollable diarrhea are all symptoms of Ebola.