Ariana Yamasaki

Articles by Ariana Yamasaki

Happiness is a choice. Are you willing to take the risk?

Do you know what you are going to wear today? Do you know what you are going to eat for lunch? Our lives are… Read More

Time’s up for James Franco

The 2018 Golden Globes held an important message this year as actors and actresses wore black to support the Time’s Up movement. This past… Read More

Withdrawing climate change skeptic’s nomination signals policy change

Climate change is proceeding to be an issue that is affecting the world. The Trump administration recently announced a plan to withdraw the nomination of… Read More

Explore outside of your comfort zone: perfectionism plagues young people

When we think of perfectionism, we might think about it in a positive way. We think that it makes someone aim to be the… Read More

Naya Rivera arrested for domestic battery

One in three women in the United States has been a victim of physical violence by an intimate partner, according to the National Coalition Against… Read More

Faculty forum promotes inclusivity on campus

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a microaggression is a comment or action that subtly and often unconsciously or unintentionally expresses a prejudiced attitude toward a… Read More

5-alarm fire engulfs West Chester senior living community

A nearby neighbor to the Barclay Friends Senior Living Community in West Chester, Pa. was concerned when he heard continuous sirens the night that… Read More

A spiritual retreat: a search for myself

Being a college student can be overwhelming at times, especially when all the work that is piled on throughout the semester can make it feel… Read More

The last season: senior athletes moving on to graduation

Being an athlete in college, no matter what division, is about playing the game that you love. As a senior, this season could be… Read More

What a softball athlete was doing last season

Spring-sports athletics are in full swing at this point, but have you ever wondered what athletes were doing out-of-season? Carolyn Alcantara, a sophomore accounting… Read More

When you say you’re starving, are you really? Simulation explores global hunger

There are many people in this world who grow up with nothing. Children around the world are starving and living off one meal a… Read More

Church drop-out: Why students stop attending church

Growing up in a household that has a strong faith usually means that you are going to attend a religious service at least once… Read More

Diversity is skyrocketing in pop culture

When sitting in front of a television watching a show or movie, do you see a character that looks like you? Do you see… Read More

The road to loving yourself is one not everyone takes: The National Undergraduate Body Image Conference

“I promised him I would lose that five to 10 pounds,” Dr. Debbye Turner Bell, former Miss America 1990, said. Society makes us feel… Read More

Demi Lovato brings more than just her vocals on tour

After Demi Lovato released her newest album, “Tell Me You Love Me,” most of her fans were waiting for her to announce her next… Read More

Who’s Who in the class of 2018

The offices of Academic Affairs and Student Life are pleased to announce that the following seniors have been selected to receive the 2018 Who’s… Read More

Women can do it: Game Change Hers panel at Cabrini

Mickey Grace, the first female coach of the Philadelphia women’s pro tackle team, was one of the speakers at the Game Change Hers panel on… Read More

Education for the heart, mind, soul; growing up in Catholic school

In the United States, children are required to get an education through some sort of schooling. The students can be taught in an actual… Read More

Cabrini Students Get Hands On Around the Globe this Spring Break

Video by Ariana Yamasaki

Abuse survivors educate teachers to break the silence on domestic abuse

Imagine having fun with your dad one minute and the next minute he has you pinned against the wall with his hands around your… Read More