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What Cabrini College offered me

No matter what your heart is calling you to, please, follow it. Even when people don’t understand. Even when your every action is questioned…. At the end of the day, you will only have yourself and your heart to answer to. At the end of the day, were you true to your heart?

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I’ve got that summertime sadness

All of grade school, middle school and high school, when school is out, summer begins. Summer means endless days of fun, vacations, sun and very little work involved. In high school, some students start summer jobs, as a way to make some extra cash and kick start that good old work ethic. But, for the most part, summer is a vacation from regular life.

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Instagram or Instaglam?

Instagram is taking over the world it seems. Well the internet world at least. I don’t think I make it through a day without either going on Instagram, or someone saying “should I Instagram this?” Instagram allows people to share their pictures. Pictures of anything. When you go on Instagram you see people posting pictures of themselves, their friends and family and of course their food. Instagram also uses filters to allow people to edit the pictures that they post. But does this app bring larger consequences? Are people becoming too obsessed with vanity? Is it all about looking good or getting people to think you look good? Maybe it’s all of these things.

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Broke college student or life of luxury?

College is expensive. It is tempting or even the only option to work full-time instead to afford necessities or luxuries. Yet, it’s never too late to return to school, go into a new field and explore a passion.
“If your dreams don’t scare you, they’re not big enough.” A quote which has always stuck with me throughout my life, has really helped me further my education. I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life after graduating from Radnor High School in 2007. I went on to a small local college studying to be a physical therapy, with a major of sports medicine. I wanted to help people, that’s all I knew.

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Graduate’s advice — get involved!

If you’re a freshman or sophomore, I think I can save you some time on figuring these things out if you haven’t yet.
First – find something to be involved in. While college is a great opportunity to meet new people, have fun and go out all the time, the main reason you are here is for a degree. The problem is, a college degree alone doesn’t put you ahead of anyone and if you’re doing nothing but showing up to your classes then you’re not doing enough

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Military going for a sharper image

Recent military regulation changes include several restrictions regarding military personnel having specific tattoos. Are these rules shaping for a cleaner appearance or is this a hinderence on freedom of expression?

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So, how did you guys meet?

Beginning a relationship in this day and age has become very casual. Although that takes the pressure away from dating, does that also diminish relationship expectations?

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Do what makes you happy

Some people stay away from dating in college to avoid heartbreak, while others embrace the rush of campus flings. A connection is more important than a label of a relationship or reputation.

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Dominating an interview—all in the preparation

Remember, you are not just interviewing for a job, but also looking to earn the trust of the interviewer.

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Going green? or just trying to break even?

When you buy something Fair Trade certified, what are your thoughts behind your purchase? Are you buying it to help make a difference? Are you following the crowd? Or are you making such purchases to make up for the fact that you don’t shop or act that way throughout the day?

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ECG classes open a world of opportunity

I never thought I’d say that working on a group project for a class would lead to a pretty cool experience, but it did. My group for ECG is focusing on workers’ rights and fair trade in the clothing industry. This required a lot of research on the topic our group had chosen as well as interview sources. Surprisingly, this is where things started to get pretty cool.

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How far will you go to pay your loans?

Student debt has alumni stressing more about how they are going to pay it off rather than worrying about finding a job in their field of study. College students and graduates are entering the real world with hopes of landing a dream career. However, when they look at their mountain of loans they need to pay off, loans become the main focus.

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Google Glass; the future is here

With much anticipation, Google Glass is finally here. Well, at least for a small selection of lucky buyers. Already being dubbed as the next big thing, it is only available to those in the US. In this small frame of time, the country has been in an uproar over Google Glass trying to see what to make of it. Being a 20 year old, I remember the futuristic cartoons of The Jetsons and Star Trek where we would fantasize about flying cars and voice induced watches. It’s safe to say that that era of gadgets is slowly but surely creeping it’s way tino society now.

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The SAT – new and…improved?

The SAT: the test that can make any junior or senior in high school anxious over whether you’re going to even be able to spell your own name right. It’s just a test, right? But the stress of the SAT may be alleviated for some students who plan on taking it with the new changes made by the College Board.

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Catching that Spring Fever

Spring is such a small, hopeful word that conjures up images of bright, sunny days, blooming flowers and lazy, hazy summer not far behind. After a long, relentless winter full of snowstorms, ice storms, power outages and a surprise week off, spring is the light at the end of the tunnel. I am tired of wearing the same muddy black boots and grey coat for months; I am ready to finally wear flowy sundresses, sparkly flip flops and embrace the sun. Although I am enthralled by spring, it is seemingly harmless with its sweet flowers, and pastel colors, it is an addiction.

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Skanky vs. Self-Respect

Why I refuse to show more of my body just to make an extra buck or two.

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Is creativity a dying breed?

As college students, listing your transferable skills is a major point of sprucing up your resume. But the question is, what do you list?

According to The Guardian, researchers have created studies to examine what skills students consider to be important and only 15 percent of 15-16 year olds consider creativity to be valuable.

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Going gluten-free

I am in no way, shape or form an expert on how the body works or how different foods affect our bodies. As far as I am concerned, if it fills me up and does not make me sick or gain weight, it is okay to eat. Recently, a new diet fad has been trending to the point where something that was once only available in specialty stores for a small population can now be found on your Girl Scout Cookies order form.

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Who should decide our financial aid?

Financial Aid helps millions of students make it through college, but how much does it really help? Every year the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is released. Students are then encouraged to fill it out, even if they feel as though they may not qualify because there is always a possibility that they would qualify.

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CVS goes tobacco free

CVS, the highest selling pharmacy in the country has dropped tobacco products from their shelves. Their CEO, Larry J. Merlo, believes the sale of tobacco products is inconsistent with the company’s purpose. While this decision is winning a lot of support and praise, some are saying that if their purpose is to promote health then they also need to stop selling junk-food and any unhealthy products.

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Pushing the boundaries of fashion in the workplace

Having trouble deciding what is appropriate to wear to work?

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Making the daily drive: commuting from home

Ever thought to yourself, “Hey, if I commute to college, I won’t be able to get involved or understand the true meaning of what it’s like to have that ‘college experience’?” Wrong. Just because you commute to school doesn’t mean that you can’t take in the benefits and enjoy college just as much as a resident.

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Being a Cabrini resident: the minute commute

It’s a question we are all faced with when we enter college: should I live on or off campus? In addition, after freshman year you are allowed the option to move off campus and live somewhere nearby such as those “luxury” Kingswood Apartments or you can continue to live on campus at buildings such as East or West Res. Both options have their fair shares of pros and cons.

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Cabrini students take on Guatemala

Traveling to a country riddled with a horrid past of genocide and economic injustice is the destination myself and a handful of other students and teachers will be heading to this spring break.

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Could you last without your phone to help someone less fortunate?

Without looking, do you know where your phone is? For most people, their cell phones are within arm’s reach. It’s probably in a pocket on their person. Heck, you’re probably browsing apps while reading the paper; mindless multitasking. But what are you doing?

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Risky business: MOOCs

MOOCs: For those unaware with the term it stands for “Massive Open Online Courses.” Some colleges and universities have began to offer them and other schools are looking for ways to combat them. I personally disagree with the idea of MOOCs and think they shouldn’t be counted for credit.

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