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Freak Week

In light of the haunted legend of the campus, CAP Board developed “Freak Week,” this annual week of events during Halloween is based on the history of Cabrini and Halloween.

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LOQation Episode 8

In this episode of Loqation hear about freshman students whose dorm room transforms into a recording studio. Find out the meaning of the Marcellus Shale and how head field hockey coach Jackie Neary is an inspiration to the Cabrini community and much more….

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Student insurance: more pain than help

Today we learn of health care issues that personally affect homes around the world every single day. In the classroom, topics often focus on developing countries and the hardships of sustaining just resources.

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Application of the week: Evernote

Have you ever had the need to jot down a note for future reference? How about the name of an awesome song you just heard on the radio? Maybe you need to take a picture of something that you need to look at later on. If you like to stay organized, Evernote is able to […]

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Abel reaches career milestone

The Cabrini women’s volleyball team won against Centenary College 3-1 on Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Nerney Field House. The Lady Cavs are on a roll with a 22nd- straight CSAC win. Along with the victory, Cabrini’s libero Courtney Abel surpassed her 1,000th career dig plateau with 21 against the Cyclones. “This is definitely a […]

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Market yourself effectively no matter what your major

It is more important than ever for current college students and recent graduates of all majors to know how market themselves effectively.

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Dreams take shape in dorm

Juliano and Sloyer are taking their talents beyond recreation. The two students are using their studio professionally in hopes of making it into the music business.

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Sights and scares: Ghost tour exposes different side of Philly, combines history and thrills

In a city that is filled with history, Philadelphia has some of the oldest buildings in the U.S. But along with history comes an eerie sense that the people from the past are still watching over us.

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Spotlight: women’s tennis turn around

Coming off a mediocre 2009 season, the Cabrini women’s tennis team has had an incredible 2010 regular season. Freshmen recruits and strong leadership from the co-captains have made the difference.

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Early detection can help prevent breast cancer

Eileen Morgans spoke out about breast cancer awareness on Monday Oct. 10, 2010. The purpose of her lecture was to inform female faculty and students about the precautions to take towards breast cancer awareness.

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Historic landmark set to be destroyed in Philly

Since the vote to demolish the historic Church of Assumption in Philadelphia, Pa., community members and neighborhood associations have filed an appeal to reconsider.

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