Alexandra Monteiro

Articles by Alexandra Monteiro

How I dealt with the loss of my mom

Before I started my freshman year of college at Cabrini University, my mom was diagnosed with colon cancer. The day the doctor told me… Read More

Saying goodbye to summer and saying hello to school

The new school year has quickly approached and some may say that summer was too fast. Whether you had an eventful summer full of… Read More

Please don’t forget violence against black women

As police violence in America is currently being unveiled, I urge you not to forget about the women whose lives were also lost to… Read More

Education majors struggle with field work due to school closings

When the governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, closed all elementary schools on March 16, which was just for 10 days, to monitor COVID-19, Cabrini… Read More

Annual Shirley Dixon celebration of Urban Education: The successfully failed system

Remembering Shirley Dixon This being the first annual Shirley Dixon celebration of Urban Education without Dr. Dixon, faculty did not lament, instead, they honored… Read More

Remembering Dr. Shirley Walker Dixon

On Thursday, Nov. 28, trustee Shirley Walker Dixon passed away with her family by her side in Philadelphia. Looked at as a faculty leader… Read More

Chanel Miller: You will know her name

Brock Turner will no longer have control of her life. She will no longer be just a tragic story, Chanel Miller has finally decided… Read More

You had to be there: Cabrini defeats Amherst in the NCAA Division III lacrosse championship game

The last 10 minutes of the game wasn’t nearly as intense as the first three quarters. The crowd of royal blue knew the Cabrini… Read More

Students react to Miss Philadelphia Organization scholarships

Cabrini students have had mixed opinions when they learned that two women were receiving full scholarships to the university on Saturday, March 26. On… Read More

Do movies portray the mentally ill in a negative light?

As someone who has family suffering from various mental illnesses, I find it annoying to see mentally ill people being portrayed in rather unflattering… Read More

Doris’s story: Rape, the Title IX process and the aftermath

Editor’s note: this report tells the story of one student who says they were raped at another college and how they experienced the Title… Read More

Star Wars slowdown: Disney CEO delays the making and releasing of films

After the release of the latest “Star Wars” film, “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” Bob Iger, the CEO of Disney, announced that the company… Read More


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