Beth Ann Conahan

Articles by Beth Ann Conahan

Letting television orgazine your wedding

The wedding day. Is there a day more special? Is there a day more anticipated? Is there a day higher rated? It's a day no woman will ever forget. The dress is picked out. The invitations have been sent. The guests have arrived. All that is left is to walk down that aisle and exchange your "I dos.

A sign of peace

Finally, the sun has come out. The cool, grayish color of winter has been replaced with the rich, vibrant shades of spring. Students are slipping into shorts and revealing legs pale from months of hibernation. They are filing out of their residences and sprawling out in the open spaces outdoors, spreading out blankets, sunning themselves and simply enjoying the weather.

News from around the world

Study released on drinking in college Drinking among college students was studied in a recently released report conducted by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, a branch of the National Institutes of Health. The study, "A Call to Action: Changing the Culture of Drinking at U.

Graduation is near and future is scary

I'm all grown up now and about to be a college graduate. Uh oh! Am I the only one panicking? This better not mean I'm supposed to be an adult now. My parents are adults. Our professors are adults. People who know things are adults. I don't know anything about anything.

Free newspapers in dorms for a four-week trail

Cabrini students can now get "All the news that's fit to print" for free. The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and USA Today are now available at no cost to students in the residence halls. The Collegiate Readership Program, sponsored by USA Today made it possible.

Career fair held at Neumann

The Intercollegiate Career Fair will be held at Neumann College on Wednesday, March 20. The Career and Co-op Services office encourages students to attend the event. Although the event is geared towards seniors, Nancy Hutchinson, director of cooperative education and career services, and Kristie Conway Beucler, assistant director of cooperative education and career services, agree that is beneficial for students from all classes to attend.

Freshman blues plague physical, spiritual and emotional well-being

Freshmen health suffers after the first year at college. Physical health, mental health and spiritual health are all affected in the months between August and May when students are subjected to their first year away from home or set in a different academic and social scene.

Public Safety Alert: Credit card theft

Public Safety asks that students, faculty and staff remain on guard for credit card theft. On Monday, credit cards were stolen at Eastern University. On Tuesday, Mark Casey was seen at Eastern. Casey has been arrested multiple times by the Lower Merion Township Police.

Public safety alerts campus

Credit cards have been stolen at several area colleges and public safety wants Cabrini students to be on alert. Charles Schaffner, director of public safety, met with the directors of public safety from a half dozen area colleges at Villanova last week. The meeting alerted Schaffner about a group of people that have been stealing credit cards from students at colleges in the area.

Experience: Media coverage of terrorism

photo by Justine DiFilippo Professor Hussein Amin spoke to English and communications majors about media coverage of terrorism on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the… Read More

Letting television orgazine your wedding

The wedding day. Is there a day more special? Is there a day more anticipated? Is there a day higher rated? It's a day no woman will ever forget. The dress is picked out. The invitations have been sent. The guests have arrived. All that is left is to walk down that aisle and exchange your "I dos.

A sign of peace

Finally, the sun has come out. The cool, grayish color of winter has been replaced with the rich, vibrant shades of spring. Students are slipping into shorts and revealing legs pale from months of hibernation. They are filing out of their residences and sprawling out in the open spaces outdoors, spreading out blankets, sunning themselves and simply enjoying the weather.

News from around the world

Study released on drinking in college Drinking among college students was studied in a recently released report conducted by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, a branch of the National Institutes of Health. The study, "A Call to Action: Changing the Culture of Drinking at U.

Graduation is near and future is scary

I'm all grown up now and about to be a college graduate. Uh oh! Am I the only one panicking? This better not mean I'm supposed to be an adult now. My parents are adults. Our professors are adults. People who know things are adults. I don't know anything about anything.

Free newspapers in dorms for a four-week trail

Cabrini students can now get "All the news that's fit to print" for free. The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and USA Today are now available at no cost to students in the residence halls. The Collegiate Readership Program, sponsored by USA Today made it possible.

Career fair held at Neumann

The Intercollegiate Career Fair will be held at Neumann College on Wednesday, March 20. The Career and Co-op Services office encourages students to attend the event. Although the event is geared towards seniors, Nancy Hutchinson, director of cooperative education and career services, and Kristie Conway Beucler, assistant director of cooperative education and career services, agree that is beneficial for students from all classes to attend.

Freshman blues plague physical, spiritual and emotional well-being

Freshmen health suffers after the first year at college. Physical health, mental health and spiritual health are all affected in the months between August and May when students are subjected to their first year away from home or set in a different academic and social scene.

Public Safety Alert: Credit card theft

Public Safety asks that students, faculty and staff remain on guard for credit card theft. On Monday, credit cards were stolen at Eastern University. On Tuesday, Mark Casey was seen at Eastern. Casey has been arrested multiple times by the Lower Merion Township Police.

Public safety alerts campus

Credit cards have been stolen at several area colleges and public safety wants Cabrini students to be on alert. Charles Schaffner, director of public safety, met with the directors of public safety from a half dozen area colleges at Villanova last week. The meeting alerted Schaffner about a group of people that have been stealing credit cards from students at colleges in the area.

Experience: Media coverage of terrorism

photo by Justine DiFilippo Professor Hussein Amin spoke to English and communications majors about media coverage of terrorism on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the… Read More