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How college teams revenue is quantified through the NCAA

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) The NCAA is dedicated to college athletes and their success. Currently, there are 1,117 colleges and universities registered… Read More

Weigh in: Understanding popular diets

Following an unhealthy diet does have an effect on your body. Unhealthy diets cause approximately 678,000 deaths each year in the United States. Unhealthy… Read More

What is NCAA Division III week and how does it affect Cabrini students?

“D3 week” was celebrated by millions across the country April 1-April 7, 2019…but what is it? The reasoning behind division III week  Division III… Read More

Dr. Ronald Whitaker emphasizes the impact Tupac has on African American males 22 years after his murder

Dr. Ronald Whitaker, II emphasizes the impact Tupac has on African American males 22 years after his murder. Whitaker is an assistant professor of… Read More

Coping with loss as a student

Embed from Getty Images Marissa Roberto is an alumna of Cabrini University. Between the end of her junior year to the middle of her… Read More

My own “Whole Foods”

If there is anything I have learned from 2018, it is to stop thinking and start doing. That is precisely why I began to… Read More

Alumni return and take positions of leadership as tennis coaches

Terra McHenry graduated in 2016 and is now the head coach of the women’s team. Elena Conway graduated in 2017 and partnered with McHenry… Read More

Ways to enhance your social media presence while in college

It strikes people as uncommon when they meet someone who does not have social media. Presence of some kind on outlets such as WordPress,… Read More

Do you have to go to the Dixon Center to stay fit?

The Dixon Center The Dixon Center is known on-campus for its expansion to include the athletics and recreation pavilion. The Dixon Center is known… Read More

Catapulting opportunities or plummeting into debt?

Editor’s Note: The name of the subject in this article has been modified to protect her identity. This is due to the fear of embarrassment that could… Read More

Love, not race, should matter in relationships

Growing up as a little girl, my parents instilled a set of values in me that I cherish to this day. They taught me to never talk to strangers, to treat people as I would like to be treated and that someone's character comes from within. Although I am much older now and have also accomplished my own set of morals and beliefs, I have always carried what my parents instilled in me.

Roller hockey prepares for upcoming season

For the past six years, Cabrini College has had an almost unbeatable roller hockey club. With a record of 15 wins and one loss last year, it is extremely shocking that so many students at Cabrini have no idea that a roller hockey club even exists. Led by senior captain Mike MacDonald and co-captains, Mike Holland and Pat Trencansky, the team hopes to keep that almost perfect streak during this year's season.

Cavaliers continue seven game streak

The men's soccer team defeated Keystone College on Saturday, Oct. 31 with a final score of 5-0. The Cavaliers' win contributed to their seventh consecutive unbeaten streak. Not only did the Cavaliers go into the game with a positive outlook, they also went in acknowledging the team's nine seniors.

News Blurbals

Obama awarded Nobel Peace Prize President Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize by the Nobel Committee on Friday, Oct. 9 in Oslo, Normany. Obama received this honor for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.

Homecoming Weekend to feature variety of family activities

The weekend of Sept. 25 to 27 will bring endless activities to Cabrini's campus. Family weekend, also known as homecoming weekend, is a Cabrini tradition that many look forward to. It is a time where students and their relatives, Cabrini employees and alumni flock to Cabrini to celebrate and engage in activities with both family and friends.

Wolfington Center offers volunteering opportunities

Whether a student is interested in getting involved with community service in nearby Norristown or buying fair trade coffee to support farmers in Central America, the Wolfington Center on the third floor of Founder's offers numerous activities to become involved on and off of Cabrini's campus.

Social networking affects job search

A new generation has sparked a controversial attempt to live their lives online through social networks like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. Blogging about personal information and/or posting contentious photographs online has employers taking major steps to take a closer look at applicants.

Ravers dispell rumors,defend parties

It's 3 a.m. on Saturday morning, and surprisingly, the party is in full swing. The black light reactive band on your wrist signifies that you're underage; the 17-year-old you spoke with in line was turned away at the door; they're not taking any chances.

Graphic Design & Studio Art

I have always had a love for the arts. Even at a young age I knew that someday this creative field would become my major and career. I originally started at Cabrini as a studio art major not having any intention of adding a second major, but I'm thankful I did.

Cheerleading: sport & way of life

Cheerleading is a sport I like to define as fun, thrilling and dangerous. Many people think of the sport as a bunch of girls in skirts running around cheering for the guys, but for me, my life growing up being a cheerleader was not like that at all. I've experienced the wins, losses, trips to the hospital and the drama behind the scenes.


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