Anna Schmader

Articles by Anna Schmader

Online learning has impacted eating habits and work hours

The change to online learning has had many negative effects on students and faculty. For some, the time to eat is taken up to… Read More

Some struggles of dating through the pandemic

It’s a no-brainer. The pandemic has had toxic effects on our daily lifestyles. For couples, it’s been especially difficult. Dating during this time has… Read More

Excessive screen time may harm your eyes, experts say

It’s no doubt the switch to online learning has increased screen time. Students and educators sit in front of their screens for classes and homework… Read More

Upcoming election brings worry and concern to voters

Voting by mail or in-person has been the hottest topic brewing for months. How citizens plan to vote is causing concern, and each day… Read More

Students paint the night away with paint by numbers

With an open Friday night, Cabrini’s SEAL (Student Engagement and Leadership) Office hosted the Paint by Numbers event. Keeping the Cavaliers busy, students kicked-back… Read More

How teachers are working through pressure of online teaching

Online teaching has made developing personal relationships difficult between the teacher and the student. Seeing the other person through a screen doesn’t have the… Read More

Breaking the bias behind victim-blaming

“According to the U.S. Department of Justice, a rape or attempted rape occurs every 5 minutes in the United States,” Inside Southern said.  More specifically,… Read More

In-person classes spike anxiety among students; how getting involved can help

The social aspect of education plays a more significant role than what’s perceived, mental health experts say. In fact, solely focusing on academics can… Read More

‘Just because I’m adopted doesn’t mean I was loved any less’

The topic of adoption can make an individual feel somewhat misunderstood in the sense that others may view an adopted person’s family as different… Read More

How code-switching has changed the game of communication

Code-switching is both a conscious and subconscious act some people do. For some, it’s a foreign concept. For others, it’s an everyday occurrence.  There… Read More

Men’s soccer secures first Atlantic East Conference win

Earlier this week, Cabrini’s men’s soccer won and played in their first Atlantic East Conference (AEC) game this season against Centenary University. Walking away… Read More

Radnor police probe of fentanyl-laced edibles finds no trace of deadly opioid; Pa. state officials still on alert with reports of it in other regions.

Radnor police officials confirmed this week that an investigation into a case of suspected fentanyl-laced edibles ingested by area youth found no traces of… Read More

My growing concerns regarding Cabrini’s vaccination requirement process

For months, the COVID-19 vaccine has been distributed and preached. Now, states, schools and other residencies are requiring the vaccine for re-entry. Cabrini University… Read More

Cabrini welcomes new director of undergraduate admission

With many updates and changes occurring at Cabrini, a new voice and face joined the undergraduate admissions staff. This person has shown leadership, strength… Read More

Diversity is essential to a university, not an add-on, Dixon symposium speaker said

Diversity is essential to a university, not an add-on, the Dixon symposium speaker said. “Diversity is not extraneous value that we might turn our… Read More

As Asian hate crimes continue to increase, so does my concern

For years I felt silenced and minimized. Receiving texts and calls from random friends asking if I was okay was both calming and terrifying.… Read More


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