For the 35th consecutive year, Cabrini students were given the opportunity to divide a $69,000 charitable scholarship. These scholarships we given to 32 students who their college of attendance deemed worthy and in-need.
What’s happening on campus, in the community and around the world.
Public Safety has one main goal: Keep students, faculty, staff, and visitors safe. This is what their page on Cabrini’s website claims, but sometimes safety comes at a price.
As a society, more education and has circulated to inform individuals of the negative effects of smoking. Why is it then, that people continue to smoke?
Students in Dr. Maria Elena Hallion’s health and wellness programming class put together an event to raise awareness on the effects that smoking has on individuals.
Pruning and maintaining trees was but one responsibility Cabrini’s facilities department tackled this past summer in preparation for the possibility of another intense winter.
Indistinguishable voices from 15 Cabrini affiliates chanted among the thousands congregating outside of the School of Americas. Signs, wooden crosses and photos kept protestors’ hands full. Roughly a thousand walked in solidarity with those being affected hundreds of miles away in the Stewart Detention Center.
‘Tis the season for alumni, students and staff to kick off the giving season saying thank you for the donations from former Cabrini students. On Dec. 2, in Founder’s lobby from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cabrini College hosted Giving Tuesday for the first time.
Thursday Briefing – News from around the globe for the week of Dec. 4, 2014
As individuals, it is important to constantly stay healthy and fit. There have been a lot of organizations who have been advertising the dangers of smoking and ways that people can quit smoking. One such organization is the American Cancer Society.
As part of the Cabrini Day activities many students, athletic teams and faculty participated in a walk/run for social change. The event was called, “A Mile in Their Shoes.”
Over the past three years public safety has reported around 600 alcohol incident referrals. There have been 17 arrests on campus within the past three years.
Drunk driving disrupts more than just the driver’s life. An ECG 100 Views and Voices student has witnessed the destruction that drunk driving can cause in ripple effects on the lives of people.
Thursday Briefing – News from around the globe for the week of Nov. 20, 2014
Thursday Briefing – News from around the globe for the week of Nov. 13, 2014
The Cavalier Ad Club was recently able to visit the Brownstein Group, a company that specializes in advertising, brand strategy, public relations and social media, where they learned the ins and outs of advertising roles and campaign for clients.
Walking around campus, you may have noticed places you think should have recycling bins and don’t. In recent years, there has been a great push to turn green in order to protect the environment. Various solutions have been made including hybrid cars, energy-efficient warehouses, compost heaps and even riding a bike. Why should recycling be […]
Six prominent scholars were welcomed to campus to present their research and studies on a specific topic in history. The presentations were held in Widener Lecture Hall on Saturday, Nov. 1 and were part of the 17th annual history and political science club forum.
The Dixon Center was full of students, professors and faculty on Cabrini Day, all there to present or learn—some even both. This year’s theme was homelessness. With over 60 posters and presentations, the room with teeming with excited students ready to share their insights on topics including poverty, domestic violence and all kinds of social […]
Most college students share one major concern. Money. Such is the case for students such as sophomore Vanessa Charlot who was originally given work study but had it taken out of her financial aid package.
Senior Communications Officer Caroline Brennan discussed advocacy and storytelling on Thursday, Nov. 6.
Covenant House executive director, John Ducoff, and a panel of residents spoke to students, staff and faculty at Cabrini Day 2014 about the actuality of youth homelessness.
Artists and the people who love to admire art were amazed, happy and eyes were keen as they looked at artwork displayed on the walls. On the evening of Nov. 6, Holy Spirit library’s second floor lights shined on these various types of art pieces at the first student art exhibit open to all majors.
Villanova University hosted the Catholic Relief Services training day on Oct. 25.
Read up, Cabrini students, because there have been some changes to Cav Cash and meal exchange this year at Cabrini. There is a chance you didn’t know Cav Cash existed or how it worked. Cav Cash is a voluntary debit account that is attached to your student ID card. Cav Cash can be used at […]
Would you shy away? Give a dirty look? Stick out your hand and introduce yourself? Or would you ignore the situation all together, because why would you want to touch a dirty person, who does not have a house?
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