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Serving Food Solutions

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors look at food insecurity from three directions: a description of why so many Americans go hungry, the consequences of being food insecure, and innovative solutions to this national issue.


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.

College says goodbye to IST 125

IST 125 has been one of the many required courses for Cabrini College students for a long time up until this year. IST was a class based on learning skills of Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel and Access. Now incoming freshmen, starting with this year’s current freshmen class, have to take placement tests when they attend […]

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College works to stop assaults on campus

With sexual assaults being taken more seriously across the country, Cabrini has taken steps in order to keep students and staff safe. Cabrini took the initiative to hire an investigator and educa- tion officer to ensure the school make better, more informed de- cisions when it comes to prevent- ing and dealing with sexual mis- […]


Commentary: My time at the papal visit

About 1 million people this past week made the journey to Philadelphia. Some came from as far as Vietnam and others coming from right in the city, but all of them were coming for the same reason, Pope Francis. I was one of those people. On Sept. 26 and 27, I made the hour trek […]

ECG professor focuses on food insecurity and hunger

One in every six people suffer from food insecurity. Dr. Tom O’Donnell, a fairly new professor at Cabrini College, has been educating students in his ECG classes about how big of an is- sue food insecurity is. O’Donnell, an employee of the Environmental Protection Agency, brought his passion for changing the status of food insecurity […]


College encourages students to register to vote

On Monday Sept. 21, the Wolfington Center put three tables around campus for students to register to vote. Cabrini encourages everyone to vote in the 2016 presidential election and they want to make sure students are registered to vote so that they can have the opportunity to change America. Two of Cabrini’s new missioners, Morgan […]

CSI Worker John Miller

When the lights go out, while student are in their rooms sleeping or studying, the Cabrini College’s CSI group is up and about cleaning and making the sure the school in clean. The workers that are apart of CSI work different times throughout the day, some early in the morning or last at night to the crack […]


Upperclassmen talks about her life at Cabrini

Junior, Emily Lauziere, believes that every day that she spends on Cabrini’s campus is a day that is setting her up for quite a future. When she was asked to reflect on her past and present moments at the college, she was excited to share everything she could. “I really like the atmosphere on campus, everyone […]


The government should not have a say in everything

The government needs to have a say on certain topics, but not on all of them. There are many different topics in this country that are controversial, but the government chooses to participate in some and not in others. Marriage You should already know that everyone now has the right to marry whomever they want, […]


Your college identity is more important than your relationship

Out with the old and in with the new. The transition from high school to college is an exciting new chapter in life but–if you are in a relationship–things might get complicated. For some, it is completely exhausting trying to keep that relationship alive. College is a new lifestyle for freshman students, which takes a […]


Celebrities’ influence on youth: is bad behavior their fault?

We are in a generation that is continuously getting faster and being able to share and store more and more information. With applications like Twitter, YouTube and Facebook, it is just extremely easy these days for kids to find any information and share it with their friends. With that, you have kids following their favorite […]

Students balance school and work

Mo’ money more problems right? Wrong. Many students on campus are dealing with the exact opposite. Less money, more problems seems to be a reoccurring problem here at Cabrini College. Proper budgeting and adapting good-spending habits could be the end of stu- dent’s financial worries. There are many places here on campus that stu- dents can […]

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College relationships withstand age differences

Balancing a committed relationship and school can be difficult. Relationships can become even more challenging if one’s significant other is already graduated from college. Spending time together is important. However, so is spending time apart. Finding the right balance can add a new level of stress for couples. Trust is a necessary aspect of any […]

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Restaurant review: Grand Lux has something for everyone

With a name like the Grand Lux Cafe, residing in the acclaimed King of Prussia Mall, great service, food and experience were expected and the first impression was memorable. Created by the founders of the Cheesecake Factory, the first Grand Lux Cafe was opened at the Venetian Resort, Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Chefs […]

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Students come to ice cream social for good cause

The Wolfington Center at Cabrini College hosted an ice cream social on Sept. 14 to promote social justice and the programs at the Wolfington Center. Many people who attend Cabrini do not know where the Wolfington Center is or what its motives are. Located on the third floor of Founder’s Hall, the Wolfington Center uses […]

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Students say ‘My Housing’ program made room-pick simple

This year, a new way of picking dorm rooms, called My Housing, was implemented. Senior resident assistant and Student Body President, Lucia Neuber, has seen a lot of issues with residents not getting their desired rooms. “It allows students to choose housing from anywhere, instead of all your roommates having to meet somewhere to pick […]

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ACID member, Rory Early, makes an impact on campus

Throughout campus, there are many organizations, sports and clubs that encourage students to do something extraordinary. One person who works everyday towards doing extraordinary things on Cabrini College’s campus and throughout his life is Rory Early. Early is a junior who has been a part of ACID since the beginning of his college career. ACID […]

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Freshmen use on-campus activities to adjust

It has been a couple of weeks since summer has ended. Classes have begun and school is in session. Time to see old friends and get back into the routine of college life. But what about the new freshmen on campus? Have they adjusted? “I am absolutely adjusting here. Everyone is very nice to me. […]

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As Cabrini grows so should graduate and undergraduate interactions

Traditionally, undergraduate and graduate classes at Cabrini are held separately. The question has been raised if combining some classes between graduate students and undergraduate students would be a good idea. Cabrini offers more than 30 majors for undergraduate students and currently offers three different graduate programs including a masters in education, leadership and accounting. Teresa […]