A look at the issue of drinking in college, driving under the influence and taking selfies while doing it.
Opinions from editors, staff writers and members of the college community.
Exam tomorrow… Essay due at midnight… Laundry to do…. Hmmm. What can I do instead? As a typical college student, I always find myself procrastinating the work that I need to get done. Whenever I go on Facebook, I notice that my friends and family “share” articles on their page that catch my eye. These […]
Going off to college is an exciting time. You get to live on your own, make new friends and hang out. No one tells you what to do and when to do it. And we can’t forget the parties. We don’t have a care in the world. College is easy, right?
“Bursts of color and light infused with architecture is my vision for spring.” Paula Hian tells the photographer this while describing the latest designs for the spring collection for 2015. Grabbing another piece of paper, she takes a pen in one hand and starts sketching another dress in less then a minute.
There are a lot of new shows to look forward to watching this fall. A series that has been strongly advertised is “Gotham,” starring Ben McKenzie. It’s described as the origin story of the future police commissioner Jim Gordon. But seriously a Gotham without Batman? No thank you. “Gotham,” which premiered on Sept. 22, is […]
West side is the best side. It’s like a whole new college. I see things this year that I never saw my freshman and sophomore years.
Internationally, women take part in contests to show off how well they manage to look in a bikini or to tell the whole audience how they could change the world. These contests are called pageants.
The RAC has not represented its name very well since the beginning of the year as there are low stocks of snacks for students.
Recently in the news it is common to hear about celebrities and famous athletes who have come under fire for their actions.
Domestic abuse can be viewed in many different forms such as verbal, physical or mental. Domestic abuse can happen to anyone. However, sometimes the problem is overlooked, or even worse, unreported.
How would you feel if someone called you “basic”? In a way, being called basic isn’t funny. Most people are offended by this word. On the other hand, people use it in a joking way. Are you “basic”?
The monsters of domestic violence can be anyone. We see them everyday.
It was a bright and sunny day with many people cheering and wearing their blue and white school colors with a tremendous amount of pride as a parade of people come marching down the street from Founders Hall.
At what age do you start to form your political identity? Politics is known to be such a touchy subject when discussing your views to someone with different views. Is our generation known to be clue less on politics? How can you have knowledge on a particular subject when no one is allowed to talk […]
“Shake It Off,” the new song by Taylor Swift, is showing a different side of the singer. Unlike most of her previous songs, this one isn’t about the “Teardrops on Her Guitar” because some guy left her heartbroken. It is actually the opposite.
Chelsea Handler headlined her own show on the E! network for seven years. The brazenly funny blonde girl from Jersey became a hit with fellow comediennes, guest stars and viewers alike. Chelsea is unapologetic and would playfully bash her on network. She never took herself too seriously, even though she is a business and comedic […]
The college that I chose to start my future career at is identified as a “suitcase school.” Coming into Cabrini College, I realized it was no Penn State, yet while shadowing the school as a senior in high school, it gave me the feeling of home that no other college or university gave me. Yes, […]
Tutus, shiny satin shoes, grace and elegance are synonymous with ballet. Ballerinas are seen as lithe dolls that can make a string of pirouettes look effortless. Misty Copeland, American Ballet Theatre dancer, challenges the status quo with her new ad for Under Armour.
Whether you’re staying up to binge- watch every single episode of “How I Met Your Mother” or watching all the classic Disney movies, Netflix is your best friend. Starting out in 1997 as a flat-rate DVD subscription, Netflix has been on the rise ever since. Netflix changed over to the world of the Internet in […]
Since 9/11, there have been 208 terroristic attacks in the United States including 21 attacks with fatalities. From the Boston Marathon to the tragic events in Newtown, Conn., there has been a dramatic increase in security precautions and procedures.
Whether it’s a girl posting a half-naked selfie of herself on Instagram or a guy gloating about his new found CrossFit addiction, people will do anything for a “Like,” or “Favorite” on social media. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is just another example of a ploy for attention.
When the towers fell, my classmates and I were sitting in our classroom having just recently started the second grade. No one knew what was going on. We turned on the television and, amidst the confusion, the parents started picking up their children at school.
The ALS “Ice Bucket Challenge” was the hit of the summer. Its mission was to raise awareness on the debilitating disease that is ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
We gathered every week in the library. It smelled of old books and teacher Irene’s coffee. I was so used to this repetitive schedule. Every week we had a day where we went into the library and spent some time learning about reading comprehension and why reading was so important.
Everything on the surface seemed normal. Yet that was Sept. 11, 2001 when two planes hit the iconic Twin Towers in New York City.
My seventh grade teacher was the one who first planted the seed in my mind that my writing was something that could fuel the rest of my life. What started as mere encouragement to pursue my talent became so encompassing that I then fit my life around that idea.
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