Amanda Zacharias

Articles by Amanda Zacharias

Club water polo in need of funding

 The campus’s club water polo team has one ball, zero goals and upwards of 10 club members. Club water polo is new to campus… Read More

How extracurricular activities help a resume stand out

Internship application season is upon us! As students are planning out their next semester courses, internships play a big role in decision making. To… Read More

Instagram made a major change to its app and users don’t seem to care

Instagram is a photo sharing app that lets users post photos and videos while gathering a following to share their content with. The social… Read More

My path to Cabrini University after a 2-year gap

  My name is Amanda and this is my journey to Cabrini University. Like every life story, mine has its ups and downs and… Read More

From Then… To Now; Cabrini Night at the Phillies

Cabrini night at the Phillies started off as a marketing tactic that has evolved into a student event many look forward to year-after-year. This… Read More

They/Them pronouns with teacher accommodation at Cabrini

The use of they/them pronouns for non-binary or gender non-conforming individuals is on the rise. Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter Sam Smith recently took to Instagram… Read More

New dining on campus, Cabrini CRU5H review

CRU5H, Cabrini University’s newest dining experience, opened this past Wednesday,  Sept. 11. Students are having a variety of reactions. Overall impressions of the food… Read More

Study Abroad London

The deadline to apply for the London Study Abroad class is fast approaching.  For students who need to fulfill their aesthetics requirement, a trip… Read More

What it’s like to be furloughed during COVID-19

In February 2020 the unemployment rate was 3.5 percent nationwide. That rate then rose to 4.4 percent in March. Now that we are in… Read More

Suspected COVID-19 case closed local Wawa

Wawa store number 143 in Skippack Township was shut down on March 20, 2020 after a worker was suspected to have the novel coronavirus. … Read More

Update: Cabrini moves to all digital instruction because of the new coronavirus

Cabrini University has decided to move all classes online for the remainder of the semester, according to university President Donald Taylor. Starting Monday, March… Read More

The new coronavirus: How Cabrini is prepared to handle an outbreak

3/12 Update: Cabrini has announced that all classes will move online for the rest of the semester. Please read the update here for more… Read More

As election season nears, many college students are unable to have their voice heard

Thousands of voters across the country are being suppressed without access to early voting. Pennsylvania is one of 12 states that does not allow… Read More

Dixon center membership available to community members

The Dixon center has much to offer for students, faculty and community members. While students and full-time faculty receive free memberships, community members and… Read More

Cabrini hires new athletics office specialist

The athletic office at Cabrini has a new office specialist. Maria Alexandrowicz was hired in December of 2019 to join the athletics team. Alexandrowicz… Read More

How having divorced parents has made me more independent

It was on Aug. 10, 2010 that my parents sat my brother and me down at the kitchen table and said they were getting… Read More

Physical Education classes being offered in the spring semester to boost physical and mental health

In the spring 2020 semester there are three one-credit physical education classes being offered. CPR First Aid, Zen Yoga and Volleyball are available for… Read More

Becoming a Cavalier: Guide to recruitment

The recruiting process can be different for everyone. As an NCAA Division III school, Cabrini’s process is fairly easy. Student-athletes can be seen as… Read More


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