AnnMarie Chacko

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Swimsuit season fuels anorexia

AnnMarie Chacko Staff Writer ac729@cabrini.edu Walking into the cafeteria, one can spot a salad bar, burgers, fries, sandwiches and other various items on display. There are many different drinks to choose from, hot or cold, whichever you like. But to a girl suffering from anorexia nervosa, it's all fat, fat, fat.

‘Take me out to the ball game’

Wake up and smell the peanuts all of you baseball fans out there! Baseball season is upon us. Monday, April 3, 2006 was opening day for thirteen teams including the local favorite, the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. At precisely 3:05 p.m., the first official Phillies game will begin against the St.

Reach out for a change

I remember walking home from the store one day and looking across the street. As my eyes moved up and down the street to see if a car was coming, I heard a yell. A kid, dressed in blue, was running from a group of guys all wearing red. I stopped in the middle of the street and ran back to the other side.

Fighting for the PAC

With four wins and three losses under their belts, the Cabrini women's lacrosse team is on their way to capturing their ninth straight Pennsylvania Athletic Conference title. Already picked as first in the pre-season poll, they are confident yet well aware of the journey ahead.

Trip to Ecuador transforms 8 students

Eight Cabrini students skipped the beaches and opted to help a starving neighborhood in Ecuador during spring break week. The students learned that happiness does not always come with a designer label. The students also learned that hunger is a fatal problem throughout the world, but the people of Ecuador still remain positive.

Ricky Martin ‘doesn’t care’

Ricky Martin sets fire to the music charts with his explosive new single "I Don't Care." Yes folks, it's true. The Latin sensation who rocked our worlds and drove chills down our spines is back. "Life" is the first album since his world-wide smash hit "Almas del Silencio," his all Spanish- language album, which debuted at #1 on the top of the charts in May, 2003.

Pearl Harbor: a day that will live in

Many people think Sept. 11 was a day that America underwent a personal attack that shocked the world. However, before this tragedy ever occurred, another one just as horrible happened. On Dec. 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japanese airplanes. Former President Franklin D.

Apple welcomes the next generation

Imagine being able to watch your favorite show and catch a hugely important episode that you missed, on your I-pod. Then, imagine being able to do all this for just $1.99. Well, now you can! Apple has now introduced their new iTunes 6, which is said to be the next generation of the world's most popular music player.

Reality TV keeps audiences entertained

It was a Monday night, and I really didn't have anything planned or homework to do. I decided to see what was on television. Flipping through the channels, I discovered "Laguna Beach." Immediately, I was captivated. I couldn't tell you if it was the realness of the situations or that these dramas were not being acted out, but in fact lived, that caught my attention.

College Day kicks off Campus Philly

AnnMarie Chacko Staff Writer ac729@cabrini.edu The start of Campus Philly, which is a week-long event, took place on Saturday, Sept. 24 in Center City, Philadelphia. As advertised, College Day proved to be an amazing experience for all college students who attended.

Swimsuit season fuels anorexia

AnnMarie Chacko Staff Writer ac729@cabrini.edu Walking into the cafeteria, one can spot a salad bar, burgers, fries, sandwiches and other various items on display. There are many different drinks to choose from, hot or cold, whichever you like. But to a girl suffering from anorexia nervosa, it's all fat, fat, fat.

‘Take me out to the ball game’

Wake up and smell the peanuts all of you baseball fans out there! Baseball season is upon us. Monday, April 3, 2006 was opening day for thirteen teams including the local favorite, the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. At precisely 3:05 p.m., the first official Phillies game will begin against the St.

Reach out for a change

I remember walking home from the store one day and looking across the street. As my eyes moved up and down the street to see if a car was coming, I heard a yell. A kid, dressed in blue, was running from a group of guys all wearing red. I stopped in the middle of the street and ran back to the other side.

Fighting for the PAC

With four wins and three losses under their belts, the Cabrini women's lacrosse team is on their way to capturing their ninth straight Pennsylvania Athletic Conference title. Already picked as first in the pre-season poll, they are confident yet well aware of the journey ahead.

Trip to Ecuador transforms 8 students

Eight Cabrini students skipped the beaches and opted to help a starving neighborhood in Ecuador during spring break week. The students learned that happiness does not always come with a designer label. The students also learned that hunger is a fatal problem throughout the world, but the people of Ecuador still remain positive.

Ricky Martin ‘doesn’t care’

Ricky Martin sets fire to the music charts with his explosive new single "I Don't Care." Yes folks, it's true. The Latin sensation who rocked our worlds and drove chills down our spines is back. "Life" is the first album since his world-wide smash hit "Almas del Silencio," his all Spanish- language album, which debuted at #1 on the top of the charts in May, 2003.

Pearl Harbor: a day that will live in

Many people think Sept. 11 was a day that America underwent a personal attack that shocked the world. However, before this tragedy ever occurred, another one just as horrible happened. On Dec. 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japanese airplanes. Former President Franklin D.

Apple welcomes the next generation

Imagine being able to watch your favorite show and catch a hugely important episode that you missed, on your I-pod. Then, imagine being able to do all this for just $1.99. Well, now you can! Apple has now introduced their new iTunes 6, which is said to be the next generation of the world's most popular music player.

Reality TV keeps audiences entertained

It was a Monday night, and I really didn't have anything planned or homework to do. I decided to see what was on television. Flipping through the channels, I discovered "Laguna Beach." Immediately, I was captivated. I couldn't tell you if it was the realness of the situations or that these dramas were not being acted out, but in fact lived, that caught my attention.

College Day kicks off Campus Philly

AnnMarie Chacko Staff Writer ac729@cabrini.edu The start of Campus Philly, which is a week-long event, took place on Saturday, Sept. 24 in Center City, Philadelphia. As advertised, College Day proved to be an amazing experience for all college students who attended.