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Cavaliers can not be cavalier about social media presence

Diligence when posting online is highly important topic because while the fingerprints on screens and keyboards may eventually be deemed untraceable, the words and content you leave behind will not be. Social media presence is a topic of controversy because the content you place in the social media realm can never fully be erased. These days most people […]


Senior convergence class wins esteemed Silver-Davey Award

Yet again, Cabrini College students have been able to prove that although they are small, they are mighty. Out of 4,000 submissions the honors communication convergence class was presented The Silver-Davey Award for their remarkable study and website on food insecurity. The course is a year-long project in which students plan and produce a converged-media […]

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Cabrini students chat commuting

Cabrini resident students know the convenience of rolling out of bed 10 minutes before class and still being able to make it on time. Commuter students, however, do not have that same luxury. Morning commutes, fighting traffic and searching all over the Founders parking lot for a spot are only some of the daily obstacles […]


Small changes make huge differences in digital advertising

Conversion and Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) has ability to maximize revenue streams  in digital media marketing, and Todd Staples of Stream Companies works with these topics every day. Convincing a client that small placement changes and rewording can bring in extra revenue is difficult, but Staples showed students how research can make a huge difference […]

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Get covered: insurance plans 101

Missed the college course that covered exactly what is needed to know about insurance plans?  So did everybody else. Health, life, auto, pet and homeowners are some of the insurance plans college students are expected to know about after graduation. However, many students do not know anything about these plans.  They simply know that it […]

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Money Matters: Cabrini students learn the value of saving

Month after month, students all over the country continue to meet the criteria of a “broke college student,” ramen noodle diet and all. All too often young adults find their bank accounts empty and continually struggle to come up with adequate ways to finance their lifestyles. Eventually, questions start to arise. Students start to worry […]


Candidates continue to drop out as election gets closer

While the current democratic nominees include only three candidates: Clinton, O’Malley and Sanders. The republican party has over a dozen candidates. These current republican candidates include Bush, Carson, Christie, Cruz, Fiorina, Gilmore, Graham, Huckabee, Jindal, Kasich, Pataki, Paul, Rubio, Santorum and Trump. Candidates continue to drop out of the race as days reaching the election. […]

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Networking: A helpful guide for all students

Networking is an important resource for students, whether they are ready to graduate or are just beginning college as a freshman. Reaching out to alumni is a key way to network. Alumni have already been through the process of getting a job and are willing to help anyone who needs tips on how to get […]


Taize, an interfaith worship, welcomes open hearts

Students gathered in the chapel to spend an hour singing prayers, spending time in meditation and listening to short readings.  The hum in the room was a peaceful sound that led others to join in on Taizé, an interfaith worship.  Each person took a candle and sat around each other, eager to join in on […]

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Game of loans: financing an education

“The average federal debt of students who graduate from Cabrini with a bachelor degree is currently $27,000,” Betsy Gingerich, director of financial aid, said in an email. reported that in 2015 the average debt for a graduate in the U.S. was $35,051. Financing a college education is one of the most stressful aspects of […]

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Can credit cards hinder or help you during college?

Credit across college campuses has become an untamed beast that many students do not want to poke.  A myriad of questions consumes the minds of students when the word “credit card” comes up in a conversation.  Will having a credit card help me or hinder me after college?  “Will I be able to pay my […]

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Student Government aids in being the voice of Cabrini’s community

Student Government plays an important role on campus in speaking on behalf of the student body, while connecting students and administration. the organization is in charge of many important decisions concerning student’s needs, ideas, and problems that may need to be addressed. SGA also proposes and puts into action concerns that need to be addressed, for example, turning […]

Handicap accessibility improves on campus

Recently Cabrini has made efforts to make the campus more accessible to those who have mobility challenges. In spring of 2014, a grant was requested to support accessibility in order to improve safety and access campus wide. In summer of 2014, Cabrini received funding from the Widener Memorial Foundation totaling $86,660. Such improvements around campus […]


Sodexo Celebrates Diversity

Almost every college student complains about their meal situation. Either they eat off of McDonalds’ dollar menu four times a week, Ramen noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner, or they eat the food provided by their school’s cafeteria. However, here at Cabrini, a common expression heard is, “I pay all this money to go here, the […]

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Conflicts between Haiti and the Dominican Republic continue

Although Haiti and the Dominican Republic exist together on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, the two are only close in a geographical sense. Violent outbreaks, forced deportation and discrimination are only some of the issues occurring between Haiti and the Dominican Republic right now. Due to the Dominican Republic’s ongoing efforts to repatriate Haitian residents, […]


Panel of employers reveal how to give the best impression in interview

The Center for Career and Professional Development on campus hosted a networking event with six panelists in the Grace Hall atrium for students to learn about the interview and application process of the job search. The panelists included Caitlyn Class, who is a recruiter for Tierney, which is an advertising agency; Brittany Liberatore, who is an […]


Famous pianist, Ching-Yun Hu, performs in the mansion

On Sunday, Oct. 25, the college’s fine arts department introduced pianist, Ching- Yun Hu, who showed students and those in the audience her passion and style for piano playing. Dr. Barbara Browne, piano instructor, choral accompanist and cultural events coordinator, who was also the coordinator of this event said, “I think Ms. Hu has an […]


Meet the man behind your meals

Cabrini hired Chef Nathan Selden as new executive chef.  Selden has 30 years of experience within the culinary field. In 1980, Selden graduated from The Culinary Institute of America, which he described as the Harvard equivalent for chefs.  For the past 25 years, Selden has worked in country clubs, restaurants, corporate catering and in-flight catering.  […]

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Are Cabrini students voting in 2016?

With just over a year until the 2016 presidential election, it is time for college-aged students to start thinking about casting their vote. For those who were not eligible to vote in the 2012 election, this upcoming election will be their first time having a say in who will be the next president of the […]


Cabrini students help fight bullying

With October being the national bullying prevention month, Cabrini College’s PSEA club had a table set up on Tuesday, Oct. 20, representing this month. Cabrini’s PSEA club partnered with Pacer’s national prevention center that is an organization that works for educational rights of children and children with disabilities. Vice President Mary-Kate Moran said, “Being a […]

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Why is October dedicated to breast cancer awareness month?

In 2015, it is estimated that 231,840 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be found in patients in the United States, according to The Susan G. Komen Foundation. About 1 in 8 American women, roughly 12 percent, will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their life, according to The CDC states […]