Alyssa Mentzer

Articles by Alyssa Mentzer

‘Something Borrowed’ has something to offer all audiences

Whether you’re on a date or with your friends for a girls’ night out, “Something Borrowed,” based on a novel by Emily Griffin, has something to offer everyone.

Freshman year brings new experiences, memories

As another year winds down, a new freshman class is getting ready to enter Cabrini. Meanwhile the current freshman class is wrapping up their first year at college and getting ready to become upperclassmen.

Cabrini alumna exemplifies ‘Justice Matters’ curriculum

Cabrini has prided itself on its new Justice Matters curriculum, which educates students on real world issues that are affecting people all over the world. But even before the curriculum was created, alumni like Robin Larkins were living the Cabrini mission..

Cabrini students and faculty respond to the passing of an enemy

As the country, and our community, continues to collectively sort their thoughts and feelings post-Bin Laden, many will simply choose to remember not this death and its circumstances, but the people who are most affected by it.

DAYGLOW: Escape reality tour review

After taking college campuses by storm, DAYGLOW: Escape Reality Tour, the world’s largest paint party came to Philadelphia for two nights. The show took… Read More

‘Riding Hood’ gets mixed reviews

Amanda Seyfried stars in a fresh take of the childhood story, “Little Red Riding Hood,” along with Gary Oldman from “The Dark Knight,” Billy Burke from the Twilight Saga and up and coming actor Shiloh Fernandez.

Congo rape victims aided by counselor

Earnst recently spent six months in the Congo learning about the pain and suffering the Congolese people are going through. She spent time interviewing soldiers and helping rape victims to help find a solution to the ongoing terror in the country.

War, rape fueled by our phones, computers

Right now 1,100 women are being raped each month and approximately 5.4 million people have died in the Congo due to the effects of conflict minerals.

Two alumni: two post-grad journeys

Two different Cabrini alumni of '10 tell their post-grad stories of how they chose between taking their first full-time job and going to graduate school.

‘Sleep out’ raises poverty awareness

The poverty awareness campaign held a “sleep out for solidarity” on campus to spread awareness about homelessness.

‘Something Borrowed’ has something to offer all audiences

Whether you’re on a date or with your friends for a girls’ night out, “Something Borrowed,” based on a novel by Emily Griffin, has something to offer everyone.

Freshman year brings new experiences, memories

As another year winds down, a new freshman class is getting ready to enter Cabrini. Meanwhile the current freshman class is wrapping up their first year at college and getting ready to become upperclassmen.

Cabrini alumna exemplifies ‘Justice Matters’ curriculum

Cabrini has prided itself on its new Justice Matters curriculum, which educates students on real world issues that are affecting people all over the world. But even before the curriculum was created, alumni like Robin Larkins were living the Cabrini mission..

Cabrini students and faculty respond to the passing of an enemy

As the country, and our community, continues to collectively sort their thoughts and feelings post-Bin Laden, many will simply choose to remember not this death and its circumstances, but the people who are most affected by it.

DAYGLOW: Escape reality tour review

After taking college campuses by storm, DAYGLOW: Escape Reality Tour, the world’s largest paint party came to Philadelphia for two nights. The show took… Read More

‘Riding Hood’ gets mixed reviews

Amanda Seyfried stars in a fresh take of the childhood story, “Little Red Riding Hood,” along with Gary Oldman from “The Dark Knight,” Billy Burke from the Twilight Saga and up and coming actor Shiloh Fernandez.

Congo rape victims aided by counselor

Earnst recently spent six months in the Congo learning about the pain and suffering the Congolese people are going through. She spent time interviewing soldiers and helping rape victims to help find a solution to the ongoing terror in the country.

War, rape fueled by our phones, computers

Right now 1,100 women are being raped each month and approximately 5.4 million people have died in the Congo due to the effects of conflict minerals.

Two alumni: two post-grad journeys

Two different Cabrini alumni of '10 tell their post-grad stories of how they chose between taking their first full-time job and going to graduate school.

‘Sleep out’ raises poverty awareness

The poverty awareness campaign held a “sleep out for solidarity” on campus to spread awareness about homelessness.
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