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Upon entering college, so many things change. It can either be an amazing experience or a traumatic one depending on the person. However, contrary to most people's opinions it is not the college experience or schoolwork that stresses out the students but that they change from being a "kid" to an "adult.
I want to start out by thanking the staff of the Loquitur for finally putting something on its front page that pertains directly to Cabrini College. Being one of the top- ranked college newspapers in America, I would expect the type of feedback I've heard around campus from this week's issue every week.
Let's face it. You see it everywhere you go now, "buy one get two 50 percent off," or even more popular, "blowout sale! Going out of business!" Thanks to the economy, many businesses are being forced to close stores around the country, leaving prices slashed in half.
Students interested in becoming a sports referee, umpire or official can get started in a basic training program offered at Cabrini in February. The Colonial States Athletic Conference and the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association have teamed together with four other National College Athlete Association Division II and III conferences to publicize the launch of the START program.
It is that time of year again. While it is important to spend time with your loved ones at Christmas and enjoy the company of family and friends, it is also time to make your Christmas list. If not only to ensure that your needs for 2009 are met but also to make shopping a little easier for your parents and relatives.
The Cabrini men's soccer team concluded their season on Saturday, where they were defeated in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Hobart College 2-0. Hobart was ranked No. 4 in the country. This was the first time since 1999 that the team earned themselvves a spot in the NCAA Tournament.
As the years go by, have our holiday traditions changed? This year what are Cabrini students doing differently to celebrate Halloween, or aren't they? Kevin Wellman, sophomore communication major, was quick to say, "I gave up trick-or- treating like three years ago, now all I do is go to parties with friends and dress up in creepy costumes.
The top-ranked field hockey team pulled through as they beat Philadelphia Biblical University 1 to 0 on Saturday, Oct. 25. While ignoring the horrible weather and being persistent, the team gave the audience in Langhorne something to cheer about-a victory over the Crimson Eagles.
You might not have heard of "Small Towns Big Cities," but sophomore communication major Eric Povish is a part of this local band with three other boys. A night out for Povish and Ralph Ritter in February 2007 turned into a decision that would change them from watching bands play to performing for people a year later.
The Electoral College is a very confusing voting system. This year, for Dr. James Hedtke's annual Constitutional Lecture, the chairman and professor of the political science department explained the Electoral College in detail. The Electoral College is based on an indirect voting system that uses a number of representatives named electors to pick a candidate to become president of the United States.