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Articles by Ashley Cook
9:30 p.m. This particular night was just like any other night for Monica Baker, a sophomore history major. Driving back to school from her backbreaking job, a cashier and stocker at a busy arts and crafts store, all Baker wanted to do was get some sleep. She hears the faint vibration of her cell phone that was sitting on the seat beside her, and as she looks over, "one new message" lights up across the screen.
Women's indoor track team, with the help of former runner and coach Danielle Dorsey, plans for success this season. Their goal this season, make the list for nationals. "It's always going to be the same race." Kacie Fick, sophomore biology and biotechnology major, said.
Cabrini's indoor track team is getting ready for it's 2006-2007 season. With goals such as the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championship, the teams work hard to qualify at the start of the season. Never going head to head against another team, most of the meets are big invitationals with as many as 60 colleges attending without keeping score.
The 2006-2007 women's cheerleading squad is pumped to jump off this upcoming basketball season. Team captains, junior elementary and early childhood education major Elana Kousisis; sophomore pre-nursing major Jamie Clark; senior American studies major Meg Eller and sophomore elementary and early childhood education major Melissa Barrett, with the help of coach Tiffany Bendistis, are really excited to get started.
Nike and Capsters.com are offering Muslim women culturally sensitive sportswear that can be worn in a way that remains true to their faith. These comfortable, sleek head coverings, known as "capsters," were created by young Dutch designer Cindy van den Bremen, and come in a variety of styles that match different sports and activity looks including aerobics, outdoor, skate and tennis.
Mouseprint.org strives to expose the strings and catches in advertising fine print. Mouse print is the term used for that fine print in advertising, in a contract or on a product label, often buried out of easy sight. Mouse print changes the meaning of, or contradicts the primary claims or promises the producer makes.
Pope Benedict XVI's purpose of his Sept.12 speech at Regensburg, Germany was to address the issue of the relationship between faith and reason, not to offend the Islamic culture. Benedict cited a 14th century Byzantine emperor's remarks stating Muhammad, the Muslim final prophet of God and model of Muslim life, "spread by the sword the faith he preached.
Cabrini students who receive the PHEAA grant may be faced with difficult choices as a result of the emerging student aid crisis due to the PHEAA grant loss of at least $40 million in PHEAA earnings next year. Mary Maronic, Foundation and Government Relations Associate for the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania, urges students to get involved in student lobbying: "Make phone calls to hometown legislators and college legislators.
BREAKING NEWS! The next generation of computer interfaces will be touch screen. Don't believe it? Well, after being under top-secret development for five years, software giant, Microsoft, has once again outdid itself with this exciting new invention. "I hope we can some day use these computers in the future on campus," Stephanie Saveoz, junior graphic design major, said.
Financial aid offices across the United States, including Cabrini's, are working to understand the implications of a major new law passed by Congress this fall that made significant changes in financial aid. The College Cost Reduction and Access Act, signed on Sept.
After a long wait from Apple fans and road warriors, Apple Inc. finally delivers the latest state-of-the-art product, the MacBook Air. Light-weight, thin and mobile, the MacBook Air is an exciting addition to the Apple line. Priced at U.S. $1,799, it is the third installment in the Mac notebook lineup after the MacBook and MacBook Pro.
"It's a very exciting, unexpected discovery," Dr. David Dunbar, associate professor of biology, said. "Experiments take unexpected twists and turns, it's not just a cook-book procedure. Sometimes the results are what we want and other times, not. But hey, that's science.
Eco-friendly restaurants are sprouting up across the country with owners committing to reducing energy and water use. The move to "go green" is a good marketing strategy and one that saves companies a lot of money. Ted's Montana Grill and The White Dog Café are just two examples of restaurants in the Philadelphia area that have already jumped on the bandwagon to participate in this good cause.
William H. Ewing, Esq., member of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania, gave a lecture on student privacy rights at Holy Spirit Library on Sept. 28. Ewing's open discussion was based on the laws representing the USA Patriot Act of 2001, passed shortly after the attacks on 9/11.
Cabrini College's President's Convocation honored Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Alfred Lubrano. Lubrano is author of the book "Limbo: Blue-Collar Roots, White-Collar Dreams." Lubrano is also a contributing editor to GQ Magazine, has won six national journalism awards and is a commentator for National Public Radio since 1992.
Although master's degrees appear expensive, it has not deterred students in the pursuit of advanced education in hopes of furthering their career. The number of students in the different departments at Cabrini who seek an advanced degree differ in regards to the student's career aspirations.