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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.

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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.

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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.

Men's Basketball team huddles before #DoBlue

Men’s basketball team drops the ball against Keystone College

On Monday, January 19, 8 p.m. the men’s basketball team faced Keystone College at Nerney Field House. The Cavaliers held the top spot in the CSAC Conference rankings before Monday’s 95-93 loss. This loss breaks the three-game win streak and brings the Cavs to a 9-7 overall record and 6-3 in the conference. The Cavaliers […]

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Shane Evans: from Cabrini to Seattle Sounders

At Cabrini students are constantly reminded of the school’s slogan to “Do Something Extraordinary.” Shane Evans, 2008 graduate, is a living testament to that. Evans is the Director of Digital Media for the website of the MLS Seattle Sounders, SoundersFC.com. His job is to make sure that all of their social media accounts along with […]

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Mariota highly coveted by Eagles’ organization

By: Jason Williams & Kevin Moylett Sports Editor & asst. Sports Editor Kevin’s Point of View There are a lot of rumors flying around that the Philadelphia Eagles are strongly interested in trading up from the 20th overall pick to the 1st overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. If these rumors are true it […]

Cabrini receives presidential recognition

Community service and social justice are two strong factors that the college is based on and committed to. Since 1957 when the institution was founded, the mission has been to make a serious commitment to social justice and create change in our communities. This past December, for the seventh year straight, Cabrini was named to […]

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New year, new trends

Every new year is the same, new resolutions made by people that have a semi-commitment to them. After about a month or two people realize they are right back into their normal routine and have no time to run that extra mile at the gym or even attend the gym at all that day. This […]

Almost everyone at Cabrini who responded to a poll took the SATs. That's changing.

Cabrini goes test-optional, adds essay to application process

Cabrini has adopted a new test-optional policy for the undergraduate application process. An announcement by Dr. Donald Taylor, president of Cabrini College, released Jan. 8, states that “ample evidence demonstrates that standardized admission tests are poor indicators of student success,” and went on to say that the tests “put low-income students at a disadvantage.” Cabrini […]

Dr. Felicity Duncan

New Year, New COM Department

Changes in the Communication Department at Cabrini are to come in the future. With new faculty and new classes there looks to be a positive outlook for future communication students. New to the Communication Department is Dr. Felicity Duncan. Duncan is an assistant professor of communication who teaches Introduction to Mass Communication and also a […]

College named to Presidential Community Service Honor Roll

Cabrini College has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in two categories the Interfaith Honor Roll with Distinction and the Education Honor Roll. This is the seventh year that the college has been named to the Honor Roll. The Honor Roll focuses on universities and colleges part in community […]

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The music choice for 2015

As the start of 2015, there are many rumors on great albums being released. These rumors happen to be true. This year, artists such as Drake, J-Cole, Adele, Justin Bieber, and old pop artist Madonna, are apparently releasing newly hot records in the year of 2015. Drake has not even begun recording his fourth album […]

Key points from the State of the Union address 2015

Key points from the State of the Union address given by President Obama on Jan. 20: 1.     10 million previously uninsured Americans obtained health coverage in the past year. 2.     “As a new generation of veterans comes home, we owe them every opportunity to live the American Dream they helped defend.” 3.     Obama will send […]

Finding keys to success in Swaziland

This winter break two faculty members and one student had the chance to head to Swaziland, Africa to visit Cabrini Ministries and teach summer camp. Bringing a junior social work and religious studies major Madeline Coutu as well as faculty members Dr. Jacqueline Lynch and Colleen Poole traveled to Swaziland. Each person had an activity to […]

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Missing West Chester student’s body found after holidays

The holidays took a Pennsylvanian family on a dramatic and horrific journey. As students returned from Thanksgiving break a few pounds heavier from mounds of warm turkey and apple pie, they encountered a plethora of flyers plastered around campus with the face of Shane Montgomery, a West Chester University student. “If you would be so […]

Thursday Briefing – Week of Jan. 22, 2015

  View image | gettyimages.com   Jan. 16: Same-sex marriage rights The Supreme Court will be deciding whether to allow same-sex couples to marry in all 50 states. The announcement on Friday could serve as crucial turning point in gay rights. Currently, 36 states allow same-sex marriage. Jan. 18: Sony hack According to officials, the N.S.A. […]

Cabrini students Mackenzie Harris, Nick Cipollone and Abby Pressimone learn from a Guatemalan worker how to lay cinder blocks for a future home.

Carnegie Foundation gives award to college for community engagement

The Carnegie Foundation award is a nationally recognized honor.  It goes to colleges and universities that demonstrate exceptional leadership in community service. Students and faculty are no stranger to community service and making sure they are always considering the common good for in their community. Over the years, Cabrini has worked to make partnerships with almost 85 […]

Before you kick the bucket

We all have heard of the term bucket list, but what does it really mean? According to the dictionary a bucket list is not only a noun, but it is a list of things a person wants to achieve or experience, before reaching a certain age or dying. The term bucket list actually comes from […]

Women’s soccer: the Portugal experience

With another successful season under their belt, the Cabrini women’ s soccer team took a trip to Portugal during the offseason. While there, the Lady Cavs experienced a new land and culture, competed in games and hosted soccer clinics for underprivileged youth. The Lady Cavs saw their first game action against FC Castrense on June 29. Unfortunately […]