Angelina Miller

Articles by Angelina Miller

Reverend Cheryl Parker helps the elderly stay spiritually well

Over the past few months, the term “wellness” has been buzzing around on the news, in magazines and books and with all kinds of… Read More

Look up and speak up against scrolling, the new smoking

“Scrolling is the new smoking.” This is a phrase that was said by Joshua Fields Millburn on the 27th of March this year. This… Read More

Keep mentally healthy in May with CuspIt–a guide to a healthy life

“We all are on different journeys in our lives. Whether it is to graduate college, or build your dream career, each day can always… Read More

Senior minority students thank loved ones at recognition ceremony

With graduation right around the corner, a number of Cabrini senior students who identify as AHLANA (African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian, and Native American) are feeling… Read More

Living on $5 per day: Guatemala edition

In America, sitting on a couch with a snack in your lap, a remote in your hand and Netflix on a screen in front… Read More

Stressercise: Self care techniques with Counseling and Physiological Services

How many of us STRESS about STRESS before there’s even stress to stress about How about stressing about STRESS and over s t r… Read More

Your morning coffee, and the Guatemalan hands behind it

It is 6 a.m. on an average Wednesday morning in the United States. At this time, millions of Americans are placing a K-Cup into… Read More

Healthy heart, healthy you

    “I can’t believe I am the age I am because I am very busy and like to keep active. I feel stronger,… Read More

Contagious Change: how one Cabrini student has worked for social justice through CRS Ambassador program

Imagine a world where the temperature is expected to rise 0.5 to 8.6 degrees fahrenheit over the next 10 decades. Take in the fact… Read More

3 suspicious fires in East Res bring police to campus

Three different arson incidents took place on Cabrini University’s campus on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. The first two fires occurred in the afternoon, with… Read More

Reverend Cheryl Parker helps the elderly stay spiritually well

Over the past few months, the term “wellness” has been buzzing around on the news, in magazines and books and with all kinds of… Read More

Look up and speak up against scrolling, the new smoking

“Scrolling is the new smoking.” This is a phrase that was said by Joshua Fields Millburn on the 27th of March this year. This… Read More

Keep mentally healthy in May with CuspIt–a guide to a healthy life

“We all are on different journeys in our lives. Whether it is to graduate college, or build your dream career, each day can always… Read More

Senior minority students thank loved ones at recognition ceremony

With graduation right around the corner, a number of Cabrini senior students who identify as AHLANA (African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian, and Native American) are feeling… Read More

Living on $5 per day: Guatemala edition

In America, sitting on a couch with a snack in your lap, a remote in your hand and Netflix on a screen in front… Read More

Stressercise: Self care techniques with Counseling and Physiological Services

How many of us STRESS about STRESS before there’s even stress to stress about How about stressing about STRESS and over s t r… Read More

Your morning coffee, and the Guatemalan hands behind it

It is 6 a.m. on an average Wednesday morning in the United States. At this time, millions of Americans are placing a K-Cup into… Read More

Healthy heart, healthy you

    “I can’t believe I am the age I am because I am very busy and like to keep active. I feel stronger,… Read More

Contagious Change: how one Cabrini student has worked for social justice through CRS Ambassador program

Imagine a world where the temperature is expected to rise 0.5 to 8.6 degrees fahrenheit over the next 10 decades. Take in the fact… Read More

3 suspicious fires in East Res bring police to campus

Three different arson incidents took place on Cabrini University’s campus on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. The first two fires occurred in the afternoon, with… Read More
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