Amanda Cundari

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Trip to Capitol Hill gives ECG class chance to ‘work for global justice’

11 students went to Capitol Hill to speak with their senators from Pennsylvania and New Jersey to explain how the foreign aid budget helps people around the world become self-sufficient.

5 ways to stay productive over break

No.1 – Volunteer around your community.  If you live in or near New Jersey or New York, you should look for projects that are… Read More

How tattoos are perceived in professional world

“Any body modification whether it be tattoos or piercings still display deviance even though the danger is remarkably less,” Dr. Michael Wehrman said.

CRS representative discusses federal budget

In order to get to the root cause of injustices of poverty and oppression, especially in countries such as Pakistan where graduating sixth grade is equivalent to an American getting their masters, all starts with individuals speaking out and devoting their lives to service like Byrne.

Style Freaks

In the mist of the presidential election many students seem to be sporting political apparel as well.

Cyber Vibe

VIDEO: Malala Yousafzai documentary A well-known activist for girls’ right to education from Pakistan, Malala Yousafzai, was featured in a 2009 documentary by Adam… Read More

Painting with a twist in Wayne

Sick and tired of the typical night out entailing dinner and a movie?  Well you’re in luck because there is a new attraction in… Read More

When love turns violent

One in five people in an abusive and violent relationship denies it. “I never thought I was in a violent relationship,” a victim of an abusive relationship said. “Until I woke up one morning and realized I didn’t have any other friends to talk to, besides him.”

Let’s Compare!

  New Jobs: Obama –       Does not want to double down on big businesses “that got us into this mess” finically –       Reduce deficit… Read More

How to pass a room inspection

How to Pass a Room Inspection Step 1: Be aware that an inspection is coming.  “We normally hold a hall meeting for our residents,”… Read More

Tsarnaev’s humanity: neglected by America or neglected by self?

How do you draw the line between a radicalized psycho and an ill-advised teenager?

Woodcrest mag braces for digital move

Cabrini College will now have their own ‘New Yorker’ with the launch of the Woodcrest Magazine online.

Intramurals offer ‘chance to keep playing sports you love’

“Club teams fall in the middle of the varsity and intermural levels and gives students a chance to play at a competitive level not only against other Cabrini students but other schools.”

Alzheimer’s disease is an epidemic

“My mother was the queen bee of our family,” Coleen Arrell said. “But when my father got sick with cancer, I couldn’t understand why she couldn’t take care of him.”

Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” a racist film?

 Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” test political boundaries, but who’s to say who can or cannot create a film?   Quentin Tarantino’s film “Django Unchained” raised many eyebrows… Read More

Breaking Stigma, Who is allowed to judge others’ happiness?

Why is it that eyebrows are raised every time an interracial couple walks by?  You would think that in the 21st century interracial couples… Read More

Growing up around the world

  A chef working in the kitchen of Cabrini College was born in Japan, has a brother who was born in Portugal and four… Read More

Is creating your own website worth it?

The pros and cons of creating your own website.

The ‘Nones’ of our generation: the grey area

One-third of Americans under the age of 30 have no religious affiliation. Such people have been now labeled as “nones.”

New York Bus Strike

    When shipping a fragile package, people seem to go the extra mile to make sure their package is carefully wrapped so no… Read More
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