After six years, Cabrini men’s basketball head coach Marcus Kahn has stepped down to take over the role of head coach at the University of Mary Washington. Kahn led the Cavaliers to the 2012 national title game, an elite eight appearance in 2013, a sweet 16 appearance in 2011 and finished with an overall coaching […]
With limited resources and little power one voice can only hope to be loud enough for someone somewhere to really listen.
Although Jen Persia, senior elementary and special education major and class of 2014 valedictorian, has had a successful four years at Cabrini, she certainly didn’t enter Cabrini as the same person she is today.
Aaron Walton-Moss was named the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division III player of the year. Aaron would like to thank his coaches, Cabrini and family members. “Without Cabrini I wouldn’t be here today, I am so grateful,” Walton-Moss said.
Tearing an ACL is an injury that ends most athletes’ careers. Some athletes call it quits but other take that long road to recovery to get back on the field.
Cabrini’s Integrated Marketing Communications class spent their day at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia helping run the Upper Merion Farmers Market booth at the Philly Farm and Food Fest.
As the year comes to a close, Interim President Deb Takes reflects on her time at Cabrini College.
After being diagnosed with stage three esophageal cancer on Dec. 18, 2012, Eric Bascelli finally received the news that he is cancer free on Nov. 29, 2013.
I’ve seen Montana around – we’ve met a time or two at a party or friend’s place, but it wasn’t until interviewing him that I was able to gain a sense of his ambition.
Childhood obesity is a growing epidemic, we must support and encourage and take away bad stigma.
Student athletes Aaron Walton-Moss and Brittany Sandone were honored by DIII News earlier this week. Junior Walton Moss was named First Team All American team and Sandone received an honorable mention.
Cradles to Crayons, a non-profit organization located in Conshohocken, provides new and gently used clothing and items for those in need, free of charge, in the five county area.
This week, we take a look into the Brownie Social with incoming President, Dr. Donald Taylor, what Spring has in store for the city of Philadelphia and the Swazi Crafts for Care event.
You’re going to hear Dr. Donald Taylor talk a lot about the Cabrini promise. “The promise is going to be, from a retention standpoint, a Cabrini student is a Cabrini student for life. So from the time that we recruit you, we’re going to recruit a very diverse student population.”
Both members of Cabrini and supporters from off campus attended the Swaziland Children Photo Gallery event, to benefit the children in Swaziland. On the evening of Thursday, March 20, the class, ECG 200: People, Planet and Profit, presided a photo gallery in the Cabrini Mansion’s dining room, where the for-sale photos were to raise money […]
Immigration reform needs to be addressed and accepted. Sister Simone Campbell stresses the importance of accepting immigrants into our community.
Cabrini has recently announced an increase in the costs of tuition and room and board. Effective for the 2014-2015 academic year, the undergraduate tuition and fees will increase $842, a 2.9 percent increase, to $29,842.
The Cabrini Men’s lacrosse team continued you their undefeated win streak to 6-0 with a 20-11 victory over the visiting Nazareth Golden Flyers. The No. 6 Cavaliers’ win tied their best start in the program’s history. The Cavaliers didn’t control the game from the start as the Golden Flyers took an early 2-0 lead over […]
Living in the spotlight is something Evan Guinessy is use to. A freshman, elementary education major, Guinessy is ready to make his mark.
A group of Cabrini College students and faculty spent their spring break in San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala, doing service with the Friends of San Lucas Mission.
No. 6 Cabrini men’s basketball defeat Rosemont College Ravens and advance to their 6th straight CSAC conference final with a 109-97 win.
Dr. Don Taylor is named Cabrini College’s eighth president. He will start his presidency on July 1, 2014.
This week, we check out the Alumni Career Connections dinner, Saleem Brown’s experiences at Cabrini, a preview at the women’s lacrosse season and results from LOQation’s dating survey.
Cabrini College’s Dixon Center is undergoing an expansion and not all students are happy about it.
The Philadelphia auto show brings together multiple dealerships brings them together as one.
It should be no surprise to anyone at this point that the Cabrini men’s basketball team is good. A 19-0 record, 13-0 in the conference, certainly speaks for itself.
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