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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.


Girls, do us a favor please and just be yourself

Are girls who wear too much makeup attractive? Do you find it weird when girls come to class and they look like they just rolled out of bed? These are many topic of conversation that goes through a college male’s mind when they see any of these instances occur. I know plenty of girls who […]

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Students determine their academic bucket lists

College is a time to learn, meet new people, and experience new and exciting things! So why waste 4 years doing nothing? Students at Cabrini seem to have a set goal they would like to accomplish while attending college. But do many or any students have a bucket list of things they would like to do […]

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Are your 20s the time to be selfish?

Are your 20’s the time to bear down and work, or the time to explore and be happy? Can you do both in your 20’s? Many people say that your 20’s are the time to enjoy life. I agree with that. But to a certain extent. I think that in order to truly enjoy your […]

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We need to give a big “thank you” to our parents

We learn a lot in our lives. We learn math and science and history. We take dance classes, read books and train with coaches. Our teachers hand out gold stars that turn into letter grades as we grow up. We give speeches at graduation or honors ceremonies praising our teachers for getting us this far. […]


My big fat expensive wedding

From the time that they are little, young girls grow up dreaming of the perfect wedding. This trend begins by dressing up in a long flowing white dress and chasing the neighborhood boy around begging him to kiss you and telling him that he has to because you are married. Or at least that is […]


Taking a break in life: is it a good idea or not?

Graduation day is quickly approaching. What is one to do now that a window of opportunities has just opened up? Regardless if the path of traveling, continuing education or a career is chosen, with all three, timing is important. When some argue that taking a year or so off is good as a debriefing period, […]


It is time to get all of your goals in check

We live in a society where who we want to be is more celebrated than who we currently are. We are a society that thinks excessively about the future that we already believe our present is in the past. We browse social media and the internet gawking over our favorite celebrities and commenting “body goals,” […]


A long path that led to Cabrini

Many young adults have the dilemma of not knowing what to do with the rest of their lives.  According to a study, 19 out of 20 graduates switched jobs within three years.  One of Cabrini’s newest staff members had this exact problem. Eugene Ahn has been a part of the Cabrini community for a little […]


Tips to have in mind while living alone

Living alone for the first time can be difficult.  Many students who move off-campus during their college years or buy a house after their first job have no idea how to manage a household without the help of their parents. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.    

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Talking to friends from home while being busy with school and work

Making new friends while staying in contact with old friends can be difficult for anybody living in a new area. Clayonna Bennet, freshman business major, and Stephanie Parente, senior liberal studies major, are both starting new stages in their lives, learning how to keep old friends while studying at school and building friendships with others. […]

College Students and Stress

Stressing out: how students are handling their workload

College is stressful and that seems to be something that all students can agree on. Whether it is the day-to-day stress of getting homework in on time or the massive panic students feel around finals, most everyone experienced some sort of stress during their college years. Is it getting to be too much? With school […]

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Switching majors in college is normal, students say

In high school, all students are told to figure out what they want to do in college. While some people come into college knowing what they want to major in, a good number do not. Once they have finally chose a major and started taking the required courses, students may come to the conclusion that […]

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Students give insight on studying abroad

Experiencing different cultures of the world can be one of the best learning experiences, especially for college students. Studying abroad allows students to study a foreign culture and see the world through a totally new perspective. This helps students find new interests and hobbies along with personal development. Not to mention all the new friends […]


The road to mature dating requires technology

Dating and relationships change after leaving college and starting adult life. Some go from living next door to their significant other, to being miles apart. Some also have to adjust to the different forms of dating when it’s no longer acceptable to take a girl on a romantic date at Cav’s Corner. “I would say […]

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Volleyball claims third straight CSAC championship

The Cavaliers (25-9) volleyball team claimed the 2015 CSAC championship in a 3-0 win against the Neumann University Knights (16-20). The defeat was accomplished in a three-peat. The scores ended 25-18 during the first set, 26-24 in the second set and then the team finished off the final set with a 25-16 win. The team […]


Senior Mo O’Connell takes on leadership role for basketball

  Mo O’Connell is a senior basketball co-captain and exercise science major with a minor in leadership. O’Connell plays forward and is No. 10 on the basketball team. She has been playing on the court since she was six years old. Now in her last year of competitive play, O’Connell has taken on a leadership […]

A Cav’s perspective: Austin Edelman

I started playing Lacrosse when I was in 6th grade. I was very active as a kid and loved playing sports. I played football in the fall, basketball in the winter and I did not have anything to play in the spring. I tried playing baseball but it was too boring. My older brother started […]

Goodbye college and goodbye sports.

Athletics are a huge part of certain people’s lives. Being a college athlete is a big deal. Some try and go on to become professionals and make it to the big leagues. But what happens to those who do not? What happens to athletes that end their playing career when their college career is finished? […]

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Athletes choosing the right school

According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association, there are around eight million students participating in their high school athletics programs across the nation. With over eight million teenagers playing a sport at a high school level, only around 460,000 of them choose to continue playing in college. Playing a sport in college is a student’s […]