Anthony Hypolite

Articles by Anthony Hypolite

Catholic Social Services – Providing Help, Creating Hope

An in-depth interview was conducted with Liz Peteraf from the Montgomery County Service Center, where the mission statement is to transform lives and bring about a just and compassionate society, where every individual is valued, families are healthy and strong, and communities are united in their commitment to the good of all.

Shephard releases ‘Post Crack Era’

The generation of Hip Hop has many different angles, but the one type of Hip-Hop that lasts the longest are the relaxing type of Hip-Hop. When artists rap about killing all the time, that's okay sometimes but not all the time. There is a time and place for everything.

A must not see movie, “Nebraska”

After watching Nebraska everything, that I thought about the movie before I started watching it is the same exact way that I felt when… Read More

Hopkins beats Murat to retain Light Heavyweight belt at age 48

Bernard Humphrey Hopkins, one of the great boxers of our time, was born in Philadelphia PA. Bernard’s record is (54-6-2) Hopkins went into a… Read More

Lady Cavs power past Mighty Macs

The Lady Cavs extended their winning streak to eight games with an 18-8 win over Immaculata University on Tuesday, April 16.

Rise Through the Ranks: Cavs huge fourth quarter leads to victory over No. 15 Ithaca

The win improves the Cavs to 5-3 on the season and is a statement victory over a ranked opponent, the Cavs’ second in a week’s time.

New to Cabrini, Cooper looking to fulfill dreams

Any aspiring freshman would enter a college with a lot of dreams in mind. Kaitlyn Cooper was no exception. Cooper, a freshman transfer from… Read More

Hoop Scoop: Finally, Lady Cavs can call themselves champions

Saturday, the Lady Cavs got the payoff they deserve. They deserve to be called champions because of the energy and passion they bring to every game. But more importantly, they deserve to be called champions because of the way they won.

Swimming posts strong results at AAMC Championships

This was a season of new beginnings for both swim teams. New head coach Cindy Ikeler has helped the program take a step forward and finish strong at championships and with several members of both teams returning next season, the Cavs could just get even better.

Lady Cavs rout Gators on Senior Night

This was the largest margin of victory between the Lady Cavs and an opposing team since the 2000-01 season. The old record was a 55-point margin between the teams. The 66-point margin set the new record.

Walton-Moss leading Cavs down stretch

Walton-Moss is a team player and the level at which he plays not only shows the level of skill that he has, but influences the rest of the team to play better so they can win each game. The chemistry of the team has vastly improved.

Swimming drops meet at Swarthmore

The men’s team suffered an unfortunate loss with a score of 127-85, which also brought our record down to 4-9 for the season. The women’s team fell 119-74 with their record dropping to 1-13.

Men and women split meet against King’s

The Cabrini swim teams split decisions in a meet against King's College on Sunday, Nov. 4. The men's team had an extremely good performance which brought them to a win, 98.5-79.5. The women's team dropped their meet, 102-68.

Cross Country season closes with CSAC Final

The Cabrini cross country team competed against other conference schools in their last race of the season, the CSAC Championship, on Saturday, Oct. 27. They finished well with a few runners that made it in the standing.

Golf posts 8th-place finish at Immaculata

In their final match of the fall, the Cabrini men's golf team gave a decent effort and finished strong.

Math: it’s black and white

"Versatility, critical thinking and problem solving are one of the best parts of being a math major," said Dr. John Brown.


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