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Brianna Mack

Brianna Mack is a communications/music industry and business major. Her love of reading, writing, and music blossomed in middle school by writing short stories for class and joining the choir. She started writing for news and was one of the first participants in the choir during her freshman year of high school. In her junior year, she took a course that inspired her to learn intense research methods. These methods apply to the ways she prepares every article and essay that she writes. She enjoys her work in the Writing Center as a peer tutor because she has always loved writing. She is the president of the XMusica Society, which is the presenting organization on campus. Brianna has two younger siblings. She commutes an hour to school every day, is an active member in her church, and helps facilitate a bible discussion group at Swarthmore College.

Articles by Brianna Mack

Finding comfort in TV

Taking time to decompress after the semester ends is different for everyone, but I strongly recommend rewatching your favorite show. On my third viewing… Read More
Cabrini Athletics mission statement

Cabrini unaffected by Supreme Court decision

The Supreme Court heard arguments against the race-conscious admissions policy on Oct. 31. If deemed unconstitutional, all universities will be barred from asking prospective… Read More

“Work to do” on inclusion at Cabrini

Isaiah Saddler, senior writing major, attended the Hispanic Networking Night because it was facilitated by Sherrise Rowe, director of alumni Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.… Read More

Advocacy adds power to voting

On Saturday, Oct. 22, Cabrini students traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Ignation Family Teach-In. The Wolfington Center sponsors students to participate… Read More

Room for improvement; no plans to update residence halls

Improving Cabrini University’s residence halls is a slow-moving process, but students say they appreciate the little progress that was made. The newest residential building… Read More

‘The Pintendo Swap From Outer Space’ is Phoenixville’s favorite film

Cabrini University senior Tony Pietrewicz won the Fan Favorite award at Shorty’s Short Film Contest during Colonial Theatre’s annual Blobfest in July. Blobfest celebrates… Read More

2022 Academy Awards rebrand to be more inclusive. If so, here’s what I predict.

Viewers of the 2022 Academy Awards can expect refreshing changes thanks to the recent restructuring of the Recording Academy’s voting process. The Academy says… Read More

Finding comfort in TV

Taking time to decompress after the semester ends is different for everyone, but I strongly recommend rewatching your favorite show. On my third viewing… Read More
Cabrini Athletics mission statement

Cabrini unaffected by Supreme Court decision

The Supreme Court heard arguments against the race-conscious admissions policy on Oct. 31. If deemed unconstitutional, all universities will be barred from asking prospective… Read More

“Work to do” on inclusion at Cabrini

Isaiah Saddler, senior writing major, attended the Hispanic Networking Night because it was facilitated by Sherrise Rowe, director of alumni Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.… Read More

Advocacy adds power to voting

On Saturday, Oct. 22, Cabrini students traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Ignation Family Teach-In. The Wolfington Center sponsors students to participate… Read More

Room for improvement; no plans to update residence halls

Improving Cabrini University’s residence halls is a slow-moving process, but students say they appreciate the little progress that was made. The newest residential building… Read More

‘The Pintendo Swap From Outer Space’ is Phoenixville’s favorite film

Cabrini University senior Tony Pietrewicz won the Fan Favorite award at Shorty’s Short Film Contest during Colonial Theatre’s annual Blobfest in July. Blobfest celebrates… Read More

2022 Academy Awards rebrand to be more inclusive. If so, here’s what I predict.

Viewers of the 2022 Academy Awards can expect refreshing changes thanks to the recent restructuring of the Recording Academy’s voting process. The Academy says… Read More