Amy Kodrich

Articles by Amy Kodrich

Developing countries are hit hard by COVID-19

The richest countries have already seen the worst of COVID-19 and as the virus continues to spread, developing countries are getting hit hard. Unlike… Read More

Climate change makes poverty, hunger worse in Guatemala

Guatemala possesses an abundance of natural resources and a diverse environment. It could be a rich country. However, climate change is now added to… Read More

President Trump’s proposed cut to Poverty-Focused Development Assistance threatens educational equity

Funding for the State Department and international aid programs would be cut by $3.7 billion, or nearly 8 percent, from current spending levels in… Read More

Cabrini to shut down Health Services at the end of spring semester

Cabrini’s Health Services plans to shut down at the end of spring semester. There has been no public announcement regarding closure, however Sue Fitzgerald,… Read More

Cabrini postpones commencement ceremony to August

The class of 2020’s commencement ceremony has been postponed to Saturday, August 8, due to the spread of COVID-19, according to an email by… Read More

Cabrini community works towards educating campus after racial slur allegation

Cabrini University is working towards better educating the students, faculty and staff about race and language after a Snapchat video of a white student… Read More

Due to the newly implemented common hour, education students cannot participate

With the implementation of the new common hour, Cabrini education majors are unhappy that they will not be able to participate in this new… Read More

Cabrini alumni work hard to pay off student loans

Student debt continues to climb Recent college graduates are suffering from more student debt than in previous years, forcing them to put a hold… Read More

Human trafficking survivor spreads awareness to community

Getting the word out is the first step in bringing awareness that human trafficking does exist and can happen in your own backyard, a… Read More

In her own words: Survivor and advocate Tammy McDonnell to speak at Cabrini

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, the ECG 200 course, Voice for the Voiceless, along with other community partners, will be hosting a keynote speaker to… Read More

Developing countries are hit hard by COVID-19

The richest countries have already seen the worst of COVID-19 and as the virus continues to spread, developing countries are getting hit hard. Unlike… Read More

Climate change makes poverty, hunger worse in Guatemala

Guatemala possesses an abundance of natural resources and a diverse environment. It could be a rich country. However, climate change is now added to… Read More

President Trump’s proposed cut to Poverty-Focused Development Assistance threatens educational equity

Funding for the State Department and international aid programs would be cut by $3.7 billion, or nearly 8 percent, from current spending levels in… Read More

Cabrini to shut down Health Services at the end of spring semester

Cabrini’s Health Services plans to shut down at the end of spring semester. There has been no public announcement regarding closure, however Sue Fitzgerald,… Read More

Cabrini postpones commencement ceremony to August

The class of 2020’s commencement ceremony has been postponed to Saturday, August 8, due to the spread of COVID-19, according to an email by… Read More

Cabrini community works towards educating campus after racial slur allegation

Cabrini University is working towards better educating the students, faculty and staff about race and language after a Snapchat video of a white student… Read More

Due to the newly implemented common hour, education students cannot participate

With the implementation of the new common hour, Cabrini education majors are unhappy that they will not be able to participate in this new… Read More

Cabrini alumni work hard to pay off student loans

Student debt continues to climb Recent college graduates are suffering from more student debt than in previous years, forcing them to put a hold… Read More

Human trafficking survivor spreads awareness to community

Getting the word out is the first step in bringing awareness that human trafficking does exist and can happen in your own backyard, a… Read More

In her own words: Survivor and advocate Tammy McDonnell to speak at Cabrini

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, the ECG 200 course, Voice for the Voiceless, along with other community partners, will be hosting a keynote speaker to… Read More
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