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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.


Increasing The Peace: Peacebuilding after conflict and natural disasters

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this website based on over 60 interviews conducted with individuals and peacebuilding organizations worldwide.

Infographic showing statistics about rape and attempted rape. (Graphic designed by Joey Rettino)

The Policy Institute: A conversation about rape

One in four women in college will experience rape or attempted rape. On Friday, Aug. 15 2014, Cabrini College held the Policy Institute for the first time in its history. The conference centered around policies and actions that must take place if/when rape occurs on campuses, workplaces and organizations. The main objectives were to raise […]

Erica Abbott/ News Editor The September 11th Memorial reflecting pool is constructed on the original site of the towers.

“I had a meeting in the North Tower”

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.

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Volleyball goes 3-1 at weekend tournament

After beating Widener University in their home opener 3-0, the Cabrini volleyball team traveled to Washington, D.C. for the weekend to play in the 18th annual Catholic University Guetle Invitational. The Lady Cavs had a successful tournament, leaving with a 3-1 record.

History of ISIS

ISIS stands for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levent and is an international terrorist group that currently controls a territory about the size of Maryland. The terrorist group was actually close with al-Qaeda, but during the Syria conflicts, that relationship fell apart, causing tension between the two.

The 1975 at their visit to ASOS Music Lounge. (Red Touch Media/Creative Commons Attribution)

Album Review: The 1975

“The 1975″ is a self-titled debut album of The 1975. It was released in September of 2013 and I discovered the band through a friend in shortly after in October. Overall the album is really well-done for a debut album with many repeatable songs.

Iconic comedian Joan Rivers passes away

Joan Rivers brought laughter into her audiences lives with her candid comedy. She shed light on the darkest scenarios by bringing hilarity into the picture. Her brutally honest judgment of not only A-list celebrities, but also herself made her one of Hollywood’s most comical entertainers.

10 Apps to download before the semester picks up

With the beginning of the fall term quickly getting into gear, you might need some new apps on your mobile device to help you accomplish your schoolwork. From psychology to finance and even English, apps can tackle a wide variety of subjects. So in no specific order, here are 10 apps that should be on […]

Second half rally gives Eagles the win

To no one’s surprise, the Philadelphia Eagles won their season opener 34-17 against the sub-par Jacksonville Jaguars. But to everyone’s surprise, the Eagles didn’t dominate from start to finish despite what the score may indicate.

Six long-time faculty retire in spring of 2014

“I think when it comes to a total stop, and I’m not even sure when that’s going to be, I think by then we’ll know what it’s like to be retired.” Education professor Shirley Dixon was one of six full-time faculty that retired in the spring of 2014. Along with Dixon, Dr. Joseph Roma- no, […]

CAP Board reflects on the year ahead

Acting as the college’s main programmer on campus, the Campus Activities and programming (CAP) Board brings “social, cultural and educational” activities to campus, according to their Cabrini webpage. At the beginning of each month, CAP Board distributes calendars throughout campus documenting each and every day’s activity for the coming month. Now as the first few […]

Cooking at Cabrini – Mug Meals

Living without a kitchen and not being able to go to the cafateria sometimes for dinner can be hard for a busy college kid. Here are a few and easy recipes that you can make with a mug and your microwave.

Cross country teams compete at Cairn

The Cabrini cross-country teams participated in the Highlander Invitational on Sept. 6 at Cairn University. The men’s team ran the 8K circuit, placing 9th out of 14 teams. Junior Pete Lyden led the men’s team with a time of 34:01 and placed 52st overall. Freshman Hugo Ballon finished 53nd right behind Lyden with a time […]

A step in a new direction

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.

Make this year your best

New school years are almost like New Year’s Eve: rung in with the glitz and glamour of parties, hanging out with friends, relaxing during syllabus week and the rush of the first few days back on campus. Soon all of those goals for the year start to fade away and chaos begins.