Angelina Halas

Articles by Angelina Halas

COVID-19, social media linked to increase in K-12 student fighting

Melissa Cosgriff, a fifth-grade math teacher at Upper Merion Area High School for 15 years, walked through the hallways on her lunch break. She… Read More

Ukrainian local stresses the importance of education and what inspired her to create a fundraiser

In 1998, Nelya Naida’s parents met in Ukraine. Both were born and raised in the country and six months after the birth of their… Read More
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Top OnlyFans Creator details her experience using the platform

At 15-years-old, she was submitted to local modeling agencies in Oregon and started to do local work for Nike, Adidas and some other brands.… Read More

A Valentine’s Day gift guide for friends, family and significant others

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, now might be considered a good time to start thinking about what to get for that special… Read More

Can we cancel ‘cancel culture?’

Olivia Jade. Kevin Hart. Logan Paul. Rachael Kirkconnell. What do they all have in common? They’ve all been canceled at one point during their… Read More

Content creator explains her journey from small-town girl to mass following and how social media influences her everyday life

17-years-old, sitting at a desk in high school, jotting down what she wanted her hometown photoshoots to look like.  Today, she has over 310,000… Read More

The Jordan Center’s Dr. Colleen Lelli and Dr. Filling-Brown receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice

There was elation, excitement and even some screaming. These were the reactions of the director of the Jordan Center, Dr. Colleen Lelli and Associate… Read More

Students launch campaign to advocate for change

Sprawled out, markers in hand, students created posters to be spread across the Wolfington Center. Behind their initiative is the hope for people to… Read More

Cabrini senior shares her success as a transfer student

If you would have told freshman year me that I would have made it to my senior year of college, I never would have… Read More

‘Only Murders in the Building’ is a killer new comedy crime show

“Only Murders in the Building” debuted the first three episodes of season one on Aug. 31, streaming exclusively on Hulu. It currently has 100… Read More

Why Hollywood sucks: There’s no representation of a strong single father

I grew up with just my dad and my sister. My dad raised us both the best he could possible. I might be a… Read More

Five places on campus where students can study outdoors

As the weather continues to get warmer (hopefully), it’s the perfect time to study outside! Some students may not be aware that there are… Read More

Choosing to stay positive amid the coronavirus isn’t a bad thing

Many people believe that the world is going to end due to the coronavirus, or it’s on its way there. I’m not going to… Read More

While home on quarantine, consider trying some healthy breakfast options

As many are aware, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gets the day started and should hopefully give people the… Read More

Cabrini cheerleaders are thankful they finished their season before school closure

**Editor’s Note: The cheerleaders would like to note that these views are shared by everyone in the club.** “As a senior, I know how… Read More

The Phillies started strong in spring training, but are now in the middle of the pack

Earlier, the Philadelphia Phillies were in first place in their spring training league, the Grapefruit League, with 13 wins and five losses. However, they… Read More

Survivor of domestic violence recounts the moment she knew she had enough

Editor Note: The name in this story has been changed at the subject’s request Madelyn Gold is many things. She’s funny, loving, caring and… Read More

Netflix’s ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ part three holds up to students’ standards

**Read at your own risk: There are spoilers!** Last time Sabrina Spellman was on screen, she vowed to get her boyfriend back from hell.… Read More

Snubbed: The Oscars fail to recognize female directors and actresses of color

Not everyone feels the need to “thank the Academy,” especially after the 2020 Oscar nominations were announced. This year’s Academy Awards are once again… Read More

Don’t call it a comeback: Selena Gomez’s new album “Rare” is out now

Selena Gomez has done it again. The “Lose You To Love Me” singer, who reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 this fall, has… Read More


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