Occupy Wall Street protests fight for economic equality A group of activists stood up against greed, corporate influence and social inequality during late September. A large number of police officers were sent to the streets near Zuccotti Park, at Broadway and Liberty Street, where protestors had been camping during their protest. The “leaderless resistance movement” […]
Tag Archives | Issue 05
Cabrini College Student Health Services are offering seasonal influenza shots in the school nurse’s office. The cost of the shot is $25 and it can be credited to your account.
Members of the Cabrini community, their family and friends gathered together this past weekend to celebrate with games, honors, special events and fun activities for three straight days during Cabrini’s annual family weekend.
Johanna Berrigan, co-founder of medical clinics in both the Kensington section of Philadelphia and in Haiti, explained the dire need of Haitians both before the January earthquake and even more so now.
For the past century, the natural gas located thousands of feet below the ground in the Marcellus Shale formation has laid underneath the state of Pa. untapped. It has the potential to bring a natural gas “gold rush” according to the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center but has not drilled because technology was not advanced […]
An interview with Elizabeth Bodine, a new math professor at Cabrini College.
The recently released documentary, “Catfish,” holds the unofficial title as “The Best Hitchcock Film, That Hitchcock Never Directed.” The documentary follows the story of Nev Schulman, a photographer living in New York, and his new found love for a teenage dancer named Megan Faccio. Their obsession for each other is so powerful that it became […]
One of the newest events this past week was “Float n Flick.” What could be a better idea than to have some fun in the pool and watch an all-time classic movie “Jaws”? Everyone who attended got to have some fun on floats, forget about some school work and just relax with their friends. “Over […]
Alumnus Matt Holmes performs his shows all over Philly, mostly through the Philly Improv Theater; most recently he performed during the Philly Fringe Festival on Sept. 16 at the Adrienne Theatre.
Gossip Girl Lauren Conrad On the cover of three magazines this month, Cosmopolitan, Elle, and US Weekly, Lauren Conrad is living a fabulous life after leaving the “Hills.” Her current two novels in stores, “L.A Candy” and “Sweet Little Lies,” are best sellers and she has two more coming out in Oct., “Sugar and Spice,” […]
Every year a whole myriad of controversies come to surround college sports.
The Student Government Association worked with both the athletic department and Students Engagement and Leadership to create an improved Cabrini icon that would help school spirit around campus flourish.