Brielle Toff

Articles by Brielle Toff

Cabrini coach pushes Lacrosse team to become educated towards dating, domestic violence

With the prevalence of dating violence among athletes, coaches are recognizing and fulfilling the need to discuss this issue with their student-athletes. Since February… Read More

Sherry Peters: 70 years of life, 7 years at Cabrini, a lifetime of memories

When Sherry Peters is not working as the administration specialist in Cabrini University’s Nerney Leadership Institute, she enjoys spending her free time down the… Read More

Climate change hurts coffee bean growth

Climate change’s affect on unpredictable rainfall and rising temperatures in places in Central America will have an everlasting impact on the coffee ind In North… Read More

LGBTQ+ community fights for healthcare rights

Access to the right healthcare continues to be an important issue for U.S. citizens. LGBTQ+ individuals in particular are among those struggling to gain… Read More

Cabrini athletes bond together on and off of the field

With 19 varsity athletic teams and over 60 years of being an establishment of education, the Cabrini Athletics have won 112 Colonial States Athletic… Read More

First-generation Venezuelan-American 2-sport athlete raised by women

Noelia Ramirez is a sophomore criminology and sociology double major at Cabrini University. She is also one of the goalies on both Cabrini’s field hockey… Read More

I suffer in silence with chronic RBF

According to Urban Dictionary, resting b**** face, more commonly known as RBF, is “a person, usually a girl, who naturally looks mean when her… Read More

Cabrini athletes discuss the kneeling during the National Anthem controversy

Aug. 26, 2016, was going to be an average day for anyone in the United States who had any association with American football. The… Read More

Cabrini athletes prepare for winter season

Now that the Cabrini Cavaliers are well into their fall sports season, it is time for the university’s winter athletes to start thinking about… Read More

Triggered by Netflix

When I was “officially” diagnosed with anxiety disorder during my senior year of high school, I was not really sure as to what a… Read More

Senior year cut short; coronavirus pandemic cancels the senior year experience

With the coronavirus, better known as COVID-19,  becoming a pandemic and headlining every single major media platform, I knew that the fate of my… Read More

Seniors left shocked by the drastic campus changes made due to the coronavirus pandemic

Over the course of the last week, a significant amount of American lives have been drastically changed, due to the coronavirus, more commonly known… Read More

Commencement ceremony permanently moved indoors due to accessibility, weather and cost

This year’s commencement will be held inside the Nerney Field House. This new announcement breaks with a long tradition that tried to have commencement… Read More

Taking a look into the progress women have made throughout the years

Women’s history month is important to society as women have accomplished an immense amount in the past two centuries. The stereotype that women can… Read More

Father of Cabrini grad student detained by ICE

Imagine waking up to a phone call and finding out that one of your parents has been detained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, more… Read More

5 things students can do to alleviate stress during finals week

It is that time of year again when school work starts piling up and students start stressing more and more. Here is a list… Read More

Who should you vote for in the 2018 midterm election?

Federal Candidates – Senate Louis Barletta, Republican Barletta is pro-life and has supported a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution. He is also known… Read More

Concern rises over possible mold found in Woodcrest Residence Hall

Freshman students residing in Woodcrest Residence Hall discovered an outbreak of what appears to them to be a mold-like substance that has been spreading throughout… Read More

College students flunk flu shot class in deadly flu seasons

Resulting in tens of thousands of hospitalizations and nearly 40 child-deaths, the 2017-2018 flu season is on track to be one of the deadliest… Read More

Celebrities speak about gender inequality at Oscars

Many consider the 2018 Oscars significantly more successful than the year prior, though not just because the winner of the best picture award was… Read More
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