Cabrini missioner finds rejuvenated faith through a life-changing immersion trip to South Africa.
Tag Archives | Issue 16
Cabrini’s men’s basketball team knocked off cross-road rival Eastern University 89-71 on Monday, Jan. 31, at Nerney Field House. The win was the Cavaliers’ eighth win in a row and fourth straight against the Eastern Eagles.
College has been an experience I will never ever forget. I remember like it was yesterday, my first day at Cabrini. Moving into House 2, meeting my roommate for the first time and trying to come to realization that from now on my life will never be the same, was a lot to deal with. […]
Recent Cabrini graduate, Shannon Fandler, was awarded second place by the national Catholic academic honor society, Delta Epsilon Sigma. “The Indian” will be published in a journal that has a circulation of 20,000 people.
Scott Testa gives a new meaning to dedication as father, teacher, business owner and athlete.
Check out a review for one of the first romantic comedies of 2011
Are young girls taking Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant the wrong way?
Hope. That is the word that describes the emotion on the faces of some Hispanic parents in the Norristown Area School District as they celebrated their high school students’ new after-school program offered by an Engagement with the Common Good (ECG) class at Cabrini.
Starbucks is in desparate need of an express line.