Aislinn Walsh

Articles by Aislinn Walsh

In order to solve immigration issues, we have to address the root causes

In an era with border tensions heightened and families separated in detention centers, many Americans fail to understand the motives behind the migrant growth… Read More

COVID-19 prompts cancellation of the university’s international travel programs

On Tuesday, March 3, Dr. Donald Taylor issued a statement via email regarding the university’s position on the coronavirus outbreak, formally known as  COVID-19. … Read More

Exiled Turkish journalist says media freedom and democracy can die quickly

Video by Sierra Dotson Democracy can fall quickly, so pay acute attention to government affairs, journalist Sevgi Akarcesme told faculty, staff and students during… Read More

Over 450 applications received for Fall 2020 nursing program start

In Fall 2020, Cabrini University will welcome its inaugural nursing cohort.  The program was created in response to a demand from students who wanted… Read More

New ‘Cavs Swipe Out Program’ collects unused meal swipes for food-insecure students

Starting in the Spring 2020 semester, faculty, staff and students will now be able to donate money or unused meal swipes to help students… Read More

Editorial: This holiday season don’t forget about those less fortunate

Bright lights, a warm home and delicious food are all hallmark attributes of the holiday season. Can you imagine what your holiday season would… Read More

Theft and vandalism shut down new “On-the-Spot” vending machines

Editor’s Note: Since the publication of this article, the Founder’s Room 102 vending machine has reopened.    Due to vandalism and theft, the refrigerated… Read More

Smoking and Vaping through the years

Nationally known journalist Juan Gonzalez speaks at immigration symposium

College students should utilize their skills and talents to be advocates for social change, a nationally renowned journalist said, in regards to immigration reform.  … Read More

Editorial: Millions of Americans struggle daily to access food, despite the surplus of food in the United States

In a nation where grocery stores are filled with aisles of food and fast food joints are at the corner of nearly every intersection,… Read More

U.S. national women’s soccer team set to play in the 2019 World Cup

The U.S national women's soccer team is set to compete in the 2019 World Cup.

Carson Wentz’s audience of one foundation integrates faith and service together

Carson Wentz's outreach programs includes a food truck, sports facility and a camp.

Bond between cross country team members is irreplaceable

Despite the small size, members of the men and women's cross country team have formed a strong bond with each other.

“What? You have four sisters?”: What it’s like growing up in a family of five girls

Contrary to popular opinion, growing up in a family of five girls does not entail drama or long lines for the bathroom.

Vince Biche, hard-working and passionate soccer player

Senior Vince Biche is known by coaches and teammates alike as a passionate soccer player who continues to push himself as an athlete.

Just Do It campaign stirs up national controversy

35th anniversary of Nike's "Just Do It" campaign includes a partnership with Colin Kaepernick, a controversial former football player.

Men’s and Women’s Soccer Teams compete internationally

Over the summer, members of the men’s and women’s soccer teams traveled internationally to compete with teams in  Spain and South Africa. Although the… Read More


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