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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.

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Cabrini alumnus Brian Sugden now works as the assistant Sports Information Director for Cabrini athletics.

Sugden lends helping hand as new assistant S.I.D

Brian Sugden is the man behind the scenes. Sugden, assistant sports information director, covers the school’s games and athletic events for the athletic department’s website. Sugden works very closely with Dave Howell, the director of sports information, as his assistant. He attended Cabrini, studied communication, ran cross country and was involved in the school’s lacrosse […]

Senior  Amber Keys is averaging 17.1 points and 9.8 rebounds per game this season.

Women’s basketball escapes Lady Macs upset bid

The Cavs defeated Immaculata and remained unbeaten in the CSAC while notching their 15th consecutive win, topping Immaculata by one point 65-64. The Cavaliers improved to 21-3 on the season and a perfect 15-0 in the CSAC. The Cavs are in sole control of first place, therefore, they will play their tournament games at Nerney […]

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Kanye West ,yet again, made nasty comments about those that won music awards, and not Beyonce. Below, West’s infamous interruption of Swift’s acceptance speech in 2009.

Kanye West demands that awards go to Beyonce

Infamously the rapper has rudely opened his mouth once again. Among the winners of the 57th  Grammy awards was Beck, The artist took home the Album of the Year award, beating the night’s top winner  Sam Smith  and even Beyonce. Kanye West  was once again unhappy with Beyonce’s loss to Beck and  reportedly told E! news after the show “I just know that […]

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Students remember 19-year-old Millersville freshman Katie Hall .

Millersville tragedy brings dating violence close to home

“It will never happen to me.” Young people think we are invincible. Nothing bad could ever happen, not really. We listen to the news rattling off terrible tragedies and events as though they are stats from a sports game Karlie Hall, an 18-year-old freshman at Millserville University was killed on Sunday, Feb. 8. Hall was […]

Senior guards Vinny Walls and Aaron Walton-Moss combined for 34 points in the win over Cairn University.

Men’s basketball knocks down Cairn Highlanders

Men’s basketball extended their streak with a fifth win over Cairn University, placing a 101-54 victory. Saturday,  Feb. 14, men’s basketball made a stamp in the conference with a huge 47 point victory in Cairn University’s gym. Almost close to another triple double, senior guard Aaron Walton-Moss set a career high 18 rebounds and to […]

ATL Hawks guard Jeff Teague and GS guard Steph Curry.

NBA season headlines at the break

Kevin’s Point of View The NBA is having an unusual, crazy, record-breaking season. There have been many surprise teams and disappointing teams. What a first half of the season it has been. The Atlanta Hawks and the Golden State Warriors are first in their respectable conferences. To call the eastern conference respectable might be stretch […]

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’50 Shades’ album may be as sultry as the movie

  “50 Shades of Grey” trailers have been played on repeat on TV screens and YouTube ads, leading up to it’s Valentine’s Day weekend release. People are frenzied over the whips, handcuffs and red-room romance, but forget the pulsing music played underneath the actress’s pleas of “tie me up, please.” The most memorable song is […]


What can LinkedIn do for you?

By Patrick Whalen Asst. Perspectives Editor LinkedIn is not just another social media site. It is a gateway to future careers. Melissa Moravec, assistant director for the center for career and professional development, showed a group of students and adults the steps in which they need to perfect their LinkedIn accounts. Moravec started out her […]

Employers say graduates are not prepared

Each college student attends class every day with a goal in mind that in four years they will be prepared to interview, get a job and be successful in building a career. However, according to two national surveys of business and nonprofit leaders and current college students, conducted by Hart Research Associates and the Association of […]

Video presentation during the senior food security forum on Monday, Feb. 16. (Abbie Keefe / Asst. News Editor)

Convergence of childhood obesity and hunger Preview

The topic of childhood obesity and hunger will be brought to Grace Hall this month. This is a significant topic about how both issues are related and what the community can do to progress after the discussion is held. Dr. Maria Elena Hallion, associate professor of the exercise science and health promotion department, put together […]

Spring break is almost here. Cabrini ‘s break is Feb. 28-March 8. Are students jetting off to tropical locations or spending time at home?

Is spring break too early this year?

With no holidays in the spring semester besides Easter, we all bank on spring break. Spring Break is a week off of school, to go anywhere you want or just head back home to see friends and family. Some people define spring break as a week where all the dumb kids go to Cancun and […]

Students do not need to send in SAT scores when applying. However, students will not be eligible for the honors program or some affiliate programs without the scores. Is there too much pressure placed on SAT’s or is this move making Cabrini a joke?

Students are no longer required to submit SAT scores

Ahh, SAT’s. The anxiety, the sweat, the tears—we all remember. But uh-oh, what’s this? The SAT’s and ACT’s will be optional for students applying to attend Cabrini? We filled in little circles to the point that carpal tunnel seemed like it was just around the corner. We paid for tutors and SAT preparatory classes. We worked our […]

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Lower gas prices affect fuel-spending behaviors and physical activity

The lot of the Sunoco gas station, on Lancaster Avenue in Wayne, is busier since the new year. According to the American Automobile Association, the current average price for gasoline in Pennsylvania is $2.37. The Sunoco’s price for regular gasoline presently matches the states average at the AAA’s listed price. Sunoco is not alone. The […]

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The search for a parking spot: the endless loop

We all know the drill. We want to find a parking spot close to Founder’s, close to Dixon or close to our residence. We are willing to circle the lot until someone leaves. We are willing to waste our time and gas. Sometimes it seems worse than the King of Prussia Mall at Christmas. The […]

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Founder’s Day takes a look at food preservation

Food waste is the third largest greenhouse gas emission. Dr. Cathy Yungmann as well as Dr. Tom O’Donnell advised and guided students through interviews with services in Philadelphia and Chester working to eliminate this. Senior students Greg Smith, Lauren Hight, Nick Cipollone and Amber Marshall presented on the issue. These four students spent the past […]

Dr. Richard Miller of Creighton University spoke about climate change during Founder’s Day Feb. 16. (Jill Nawoyski / Asst. News Editor

Founder’s Day: Celebrating Sister Ursala Infante

13 of the hottest 15 years on record have all occurred since the year 2000 and the odds of this happening without global warming are not very good, this year’s Founder’s Day speaker said. Founder’s Day is a day that honors the birthday of Cabrini’s founder, Sister Ursula Infante, MSC. “She was known to possess […]

Philly Sports Box: Feb. 19, 2015

Now that we have entered the halfway point of the NBA regular season, we have seen teams shape themselves into contenders and individual players emerge into MVP candidates thus far. The Golden State Warriors have the NBA’s best record at 42-9 and possibly the NBA’s Most Valuable Player in Stephen Curry heading into the All-Star […]

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Spring into fashion this season

By Alexa Ferragine Lifestyles Editor The smell of budding flowers and fresh cut grass over power the incoming spring season. New fashion trends and styles will be shortly appearing in store windows. Flannel seems to be sticking around and transitioning from winter looks to spring looks. In order to wear a flannel and turn it […]


Christle’s Book Corner reviews

By Christle Gehman Lifestyles Editor Love, Tanya Tanya Burr,  25 year-old Youtube star, has released her first book on January 29. Shortly after completing sixth form at Notre Dame and doing a course on make-up, she aspired to be a make-up artist. She got a job as a make-up artist at Jarrold’s department store and […]

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Dr. McGauley trains all year round for Ironman competitions.

Professor plays dual role as professor and triathlete

When she is not teaching Science and Society or in the lab, this professor is training for Ironman at Lake Placid. Dr. Cynthia McGauley is a chemistry professor in the Iadarola Center. Or at least this is how her students view her. Little do students know, McGauley is currently training for the July Ironman. This […]