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Commentary: Majority decision gives Garcia 30th career win

After a tightly contested 12-round brawl Philadelphia native, Danny “Swift” Garcia  (30-0 17 Kos) snuck by hard fighting Lamont Peterson (33-3-1, 17 Kos) to stay undefeated. On Saturday, April 11, Danny Garcia faced Lamont Peterson, in Brooklyn New York at the Barclay’s center in front of 12,000 fans. Garcia won a controversial majority decision after […]


Domestic Violence

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this web site both to educate Pennsylvania elementary school teachers about Domestic Violence and to give teachers ways to help students living with Domestic Violence.


Youth Voices Rise: the Arab awakening

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this site based on interviews conducted with young people and others involved in the Arab Awakening.

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Why are millennials so messed up when it comes to dating?

Does this generation know what romance is?

Our generation is pathetic when it comes to romance and dating. My 28-year-old brother would have to call his high school girlfriend’s home phone in order to talk to her. That was then. Now, we go on social media and hide from reality. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and other social media sites are the reason […]

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Milennials should not care about their bad reputation

The millennial generation has a bad reputation. We are the generation glued to the bright screens of our smartphones, fervently refreshing our twitter feeds and posting artfully retouched pictures on Instagram. We do not have any manners. We are crazy, invincible, careless and reckless. Millennials are lazy and have no motivation. We do not have […]

Thomas P. Nerney ‘77 speaking at an Executive in Residence event. (Photo submitted by the Nerney Leadership Institute)

Chairman of trustees resigns

The Chair of Cabrini’s Board of Trustees will be resigning after the end of his term. The resignation of Thomas P. Nerney ’77 will be effective June 30, 2015 after serving for three years. Nerney’s decision was announced in an email sent to faculty and staff on Friday, April 17, by President Taylor. According to […]

Drug of choice can be the hardest choice, students say

Deciding a major, that is hard. Choosing what to do with your life after college is even harder. But, millennials choosing which drug is their favorite? That is easy. In an age where change is perpetual, millennials have worked to stay current.  Fashion trends change, technology develops and drug choice varies. According to a Cabrini […]

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Generation may choose spirituality over organized religion

The millennial generation is more prone to being spiritual as opposed to following an organized religion, studies say. The Pew Research Center on Religion and Public Life found that nearly one-in-three members of the Millennial generation has no religious affiliation. National Public Radio agrees that “barely half of millennials say they look to religion for […]

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You should be able to have a fun night and take pictures, but beware of over-sharing.

Digital footprint: share or beware?

In college, students hear the typical advice for career search: build your resume, take internships and  network with people in your field of interest. But one piece of advice is becoming more common than ever: manage what you say online because once it is out there, it is out there for good. That is what […]

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In an effort to product the music industry, Jay -Z and other artists  are backing  the Tidal music app.

Tidal music is making waves in the industry

Over the last month, we have seen Jay-Z’s new mastermind idea. Jay-Z’s new project has been in the works for some years now. His idea is to have an app made for music to play anywhere you go with good quality and sound. The purpose for Jay-Z launching this newly acquired music service, called Tidal, […]

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Members at the “Ballon a Brother” event raised money for Habitat for Humanity.

Have you heard of the frat on campus?

Cabrini’s Greek life is more like a club than an actual fraternity. I mean no disrespect to the individuals who decided to join the fraternity either. In my eyes, it is not really considered a fraternity if there is only one fraternity at a school with roughly 1,500 undergraduates. Again, nothing is wrong with joining the […]

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My struggle of choice- summer internship or job?

Students are dreaming of a blissful summer, but many feel the pressure to find a great internship or job. Yet many internships do not pay and students need spending money or money for bills. Should students choose between them? It is a hard decision for many to choose. Choosing between a summer internship and a […]

In the year of 2014, out of 233 undergraduates who graduated, 175 of them had debt and 48 were able to leave college with no debt. (Graphic design by Abbie Keefe)

Loan debt burdens millennial generation

Students are burdened with more loan debt now that in recent decades according to a recent study. Students may look at college as a way to increase income and learn skills needed for desired careers, but the Director of Financial Aid and the rest of the Cabrini administration work hard to ensure that students do […]

photo submitted by The softball team is 14-7 overall and 10-3 in CSAC play. The Lady Cavs are fifth in the CSAC.

Softball splits CSAC double-header with Neumann

The Cavaliers were on a move to accomplish their goals once they stepped on the field. The Cabrini softball team split their doubleheader at Neumann, falling 3-0 in game one, before topping the Knights 3-2 in the nightcap. The Blue and White are now 13-6 overall and 9-2 in the CSAC. The Cavalier’s offense struggled […]

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Men’s lacrosse records 91st consecutive CSAC win

The 16th nationally ranked Cavaliers continued their 91 game win streak in conference play with a win over Keystone College this past Saturday. The final score was 21-2. The victory improved the men’s lacrosse team record to 8-5 overall and a perfect 4-0 in the CSAC, with only three conference games remaining in the regular […]

Angela Donato’s sister, Toni Bolis, seen with her husband, daughter and unborn son.  (Photo submitted by Angela Donato)

Distracted driving causes heartbreak for alumna

Angela Donato’s world was turned upside down the second she received word that her sister had been in a fatal car accident. “Think about the one person in your life that you love the most. The person that you talk to the most, the person that you go to for everything when you’re sad, stressed, […]

Gloria Richardson accepting award, pictured with President Don Taylor. (Abbie Keefe / Asst. News Editor)

Civil rights activist wins award

A civil rights pioneer and leader of the Cambridge Movement spoke of retaliation and social justice during the challenging time when races fought for freedom and equal rights. “Demonstrations were illegal, picketing was illegal, but after that was over and at night, don’t come in and try to burn down my house,” activist Gloria Richardson, the […]

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Women’s lacrosse demolishes the Cyclones

This past weekend the Blue and White defeated Centenary College. With a 17-1 win over Centenary, the Cavs continue their streak in the Colonial States Athletic Conference. After their fourth consecutive win, the cavaliers improved their record to 9-5 overall and 7-0 in their conference. With only three league games left the Cavaliers plan to […]

Don’t use stereotypes. Be rational

When it comes to the topic of the recent civil rights injustices in America, it is important to not be irrational. Cornell Brooks, president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, recently spent a day at Cabrini as part of Nerney Leadership Institute’s Executive in Residence program. At the Executive […]

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Aaron Walton-Moss averaged for his career 18.4 ppg, 10.2 rpg and 5.6 apg. Walton-Moss back-to-back NABC National Player of the Year awards.

Walton-Moss ends career as two-time NABC POY

From an outstanding senior year 2014-2015 season, Aaron Walton-Moss has received his second straight NABC Player of the Year award and has been named NABC first-team All-American for the second straight season. Being named Rookie of the Year as a freshman after only playing 19 games was not enough for Walton-Moss. The sky was the […]

Taylor presents plan development in second town hall meeting

President Taylor’s town hall meeting on April 13, explained some of the major changes that are going to improve Cabrini. Here are some important points students should know. The Cabrini 2020 roadmap will be furthered with co-chair positions for an operational planning group to be formed in the fall of 2015. New partnerships have been […]

Prospective students and their families gather in the Dixon Center during Accepted Students Day. (Mackenzie Harris / Editor in Chief)

Accepted students day welcomes class of 2019

Over 400 prospective students came to campus to see what their potential new home would be like.  Faculty, staff, student ambassadors, athletes and club leaders helped high-school seniors and transfer students on Sunday, April 12. Accepted Students Day is held every year to help potential Cabrini students figure out if this is where they belong. […]

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This Season Damian Sobieski wears number 8 and has 27 points so far.

Sobieski is honored with new number

Senior men’s lacrosse player Damian Sobieski is off to a great start in helping his team in their quest for another CSAC championship. The team is currently 4-0 in the CSAC and 8-5 overall. Sobieski, from Landenburg, Pennsylvania and a graduate of Avon Grove High School in southern Chester County played football before lacrosse. A […]

Staring pitcher and reigning NL Rookie of the Year winner Jacob deGrom.

Fightin’ Phillies drop series at Citi Field

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia Phillies started a three game series with the New York Mets on Monday afternoon. It was the Mets home opener and fortunately for them they had reigning National League Rookie of the Year Jacob deGrom on the mound. deGrom did not have his best stuff but finished as advertised […]

Second baseman Chase Utely was 3-3 with 2 homers in game two of the series.

Phillies offensive struggles continue

Howard’s Point of View The Philadelphia Phillies continued their season woes after a 2-0 loss in their first series game against the rival New York Mets. Once again the Phillies struggled to put up runs after being shutout for the second time in only seven games. The Phils were able to muster up seven hits […]

CRS representative Juan Sheenan spoke with CRS Student ambassadors about #RefugeesSeekingSafety. (Erica Abbott / News Editor)

Honduras’ CRS rep meets student ambassadors

From Honduras, the country with the number one homicide rate in the world, a Country Representative for Catholic Relief Services, traveled to the United States, to better understand the relationship with college students and CRS. Juan Sheenan, Catholic Relief Services representative for Honduras, has been in his position for six years. He came to both […]

photo submitted by The softball team is 14-7 overall and 10-3 in CSAC play. The Lady Cavs are fifth in the CSAC.

Softball splits DH with Centenary

The Cabrini Cavaliers split a double-header for the second time on Tuesday. They faced of against Centenary College. The starter for the first game was freshman Jess Giordano. Giordano pitched a complete game giving up one earned run on seven hits while striking out seven batters. Centenary opened the scoring in the fourth inning with […]

Commentary: Majority decision gives Garcia 30th career win

After a tightly contested 12-round brawl Philadelphia native, Danny “Swift” Garcia  (30-0 17 Kos) snuck by hard fighting Lamont Peterson (33-3-1, 17 Kos) to stay undefeated. On Saturday, April 11, Danny Garcia faced Lamont Peterson, in Brooklyn New York at the Barclay’s center in front of 12,000 fans. Garcia won a controversial majority decision after […]