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347 days later – Eric Bascelli revisited

347 days, 26 weeks of chemo and a 20 pound daughter that can be lifted by her father again. 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. April 1, 2013, Bascelli went under the knife having […]

Montana Bray – from fitness to music to graduation

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.

Walton-Moss and Sandone honored as All-Americans

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 – Quality and Dignity for children in need

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.

LOQation News – March 27, 2014

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.

The SAT – new and…improved?

02 April 2014

The SAT: the test that can make any junior or senior in high school anxious over whether you’re going to even be able to spell your own name right. It’s just a test, right? But the stress of the SAT may be alleviated for some students who plan on taking it with the new changes made by the College Board.

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Catching that Spring Fever

02 April 2014

Spring is such a small, hopeful word that conjures up images of bright, sunny days, blooming flowers and lazy, hazy summer not far behind. After a long, relentless winter full of snowstorms, ice storms, power outages and a surprise week off, spring is the light at the end of the tunnel. I am tired of wearing the same muddy black boots and grey coat for months; I am ready to finally wear flowy sundresses, sparkly flip flops and embrace the sun. Although I am enthralled by spring, it is seemingly harmless with its sweet flowers, and pastel colors, it is an addiction.

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Walton-Moss and Sandone honored as All-Americans

02 April 2014

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.

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Lady Cavs split DH with walk off win

02 April 2014

The Cabrini Women’s softball team hosted a doubleheader with CSAC opponent Immaculata University at Cabrini field. To pay respect to Cabrini’s head coach Mitchell Kline for losing his late wife Sandee to cancer, the Lady Cavs and Mighty Macs wore shirts and raised money to support the cause of cancer.

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State of the Eagles: Will DeSean Jackson continue to fly high?

02 April 2014

As this years NFL offseason rolled around, the Philadelphia Eagles had many holes to fill and needs to add for the 2014-2015 campaign. One thing that no saw coming was the rumors of a possible trade or releasing of Eagles star wide receiver DeSean Jackson due to undisclosed locker room conflicts.

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No.4 Men’s Lacrosse adds name to record book with 15-9 Win

02 April 2014

With another big scoring outbreak, the No.4 Cabrini men's lacrosse team defeated Whittier College at Edith Robb Dixon Field with a final score of 15-9, with the win the cavaliers improve to 7-0 on the season. The win marks the best start in school history, with the win the cavs past the Cavaliers of 2004 by one win.

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Tyler Johnston taking a chance as a Cavalier

02 April 2014

Tyler Johnston is a junior on the men's lacrosse team at Cabrini. Playing lacrosse, though, wasn't always what he enjoyed doing.

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Women’s tennis falls at Spring-opener

02 April 2014

The Lady Cavs faced off against University of the Sciences in their Spring opener this past weekend. Unfortunately, the Cavs were beaten 6-3 by the devils. "It was a tough start for us," said sophomore Nicole Broccolino. " We only had half of our team there."

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Skanky vs. Self-Respect

02 April 2014

Why I refuse to show more of my body just to make an extra buck or two.

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Is creativity a dying breed?

02 April 2014

As college students, listing your transferable skills is a major point of sprucing up your resume. But the question is, what do you list? According to The Guardian, researchers have created studies to examine what skills students consider to be important and only 15 percent of 15-16 year olds consider creativity to be valuable.

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Bethesda Project – Challenging the stigma of homelessness, saving children through art

01 April 2014

Panetta works with the Bethesda Project, teaching photography to members of the program through a Healing Arts Program. The creative initiative enables people to see the world in a different way and be proud of their art.

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Cradles to Crayons – Quality and Dignity for children in need

01 April 2014

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.

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T.G.I.Friday’s is more than just eating…

01 April 2014

There are many restaurants around the area that I am sure are great and T.G.I Fridays stands among them. I walked in and felt welcomed. It only took two minutes for the hostess to speak to me with a warm greeting she asked "How you are doing tonight?" in great politeness. I responded with a smile as she also had one on her face…"I am doing well."

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CAP Board welcomes new faces

01 April 2014

Although the fall semester will not start for nearly another five months, Cabrini’s Campus Activities and Programming (CAP) Board is already preparing for the upcoming school year.

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Knit something extraordinary

01 April 2014

The Knitting Club at Cabrini College is a new club that was started up this semester in order to bring together both knitters and non-knitters. The club was started up by senior biology major, Trevor Cross. What began as hobby turned into a passion for Cross and he had then wanted to share that with not only others who like to knit and crochet but with anybody who seemed interested.

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ASK Blue 23 – Going after my dreams

01 April 2014

Dear Blue, Recently I feel as if I'm being pulled in a multitude of directions. My parents, professors and friends are all telling me what I should be doing in my life, but I want to follow my dreams. I feel as though I've been living vicariously through them... help?

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Unpaid internships: can students afford them?

01 April 2014

“When my bank account went down, I wished it was paid—everybody wishes.” Internships are something that most students think about at one point or another. The real-world experiences…the opportunities…the connections. For most, it is an opportunity to explore their intended field of interest. It gives students the chance to gain professional experience and insight into the real world. It can be an exciting time.

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Tennis

31 March 2014

Cabrini Colleges men’s tennis team fell victim to the mighty Penn State Berks. It was a devastating loss when the Cavalier mens team fell 0-5 on the season after today’s 7-2 loss to Penn State Berks at the Dixon Courts. The Cavaliers played an impressive game when they pulled two points in their double encounters as […]

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LOQation News – March 27, 2014

27 March 2014

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.

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#RapeCultureIsWhen

26 March 2014

Rape culture is a notion that connects rape and sexual violence to the culture of a society therein making the feelings and practices around it seem normal, excusable or even pardonable. This past Tuesday, March 25, 2014, a blogger from feminist blog “Feministing,” Zerlina Maxwell (@ZerlinaMaxwell) started the #rapecultureiswhen hashtag that quickly trended throughout the evening with posts sent in on rape culture beliefs people hold today.

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Treats, sweets and the new president

26 March 2014

Summoned by the smell of brownies, Cabrini students and staff gathered in the mansion to meet the new president of of Cabrini College, Dr. Donald Taylor, and his family. Many students who are highly involved on campus took the opportunity to introduce themselves and make a connection with the man who will be running the school.

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Dr. Donald Taylor and the Cabrini promise

26 March 2014

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."

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Two students assaulted, one student arrested

26 March 2014

Radnor police arrested a female student, who will remain nameless, in East Residence Hall after responding to a request by Cabrini’s public safety.

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The DRC brings success to students

25 March 2014

Students registered with Cabrini College's Disability Resource Center shared their experiences of attending college while living with a disability and the struggles they have overcome.

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Swazi Crafts for Care

25 March 2014

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 for the children who were both in pictures and, in some cases, took the pictures themselves.

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Women’s lax dominates through ice storm

25 March 2014

Cabrini Cavaliers women’s lacrosse team improved to 4-2.  Winners of four straight the Cavaliers faced off against Gwynedd Mercy University. Beating the visiting Griffins’ 17-3. Improving their record to 3-0 against CSAC play. The Lady Cavaliers dominated early leading 5 -0 in the first five minutes of the game. Junior Melissa Scanzano had a career […]

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