Catharine Hernson

Articles by Catharine Hernson

Rebounding leads to victory

The men's basketball team could not find a handle in the first half against the Griffins of Gwenydd-Mercy, but was able to come back with tough defense and win. After giving the ball away for much of the first half the Cavs hit the locker room in deficit to Gwenydd.

$1 million awarded to Cabrini

President Antoinette Iadarola celebrated her10 year anniversary with a black-tie affair on Friday, Oct. 18. To honor Cabrini's first lay-president, the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus donated one million dollars to the new science building.

Students, administration take light walk on campus

Each year the administration walks around campus with members of the student body to evaluate the safety of the campus. The Student Government Association worked with the Student Life office and other members of the administration to set up the "safety walk" for Tuesday, Oct.

Lady cavs solid on the court against Cyclones

The volleyball team defeated Centenary College, 3-1, on Thursday Oct. 10. The Lady Cavaliers waited for the Lady Cyclones for 29 minutes before the opposing team finally stepped on the court for warm-ups. The first match was slated to begin at 7 p.m. but was delayed until 7:50 p.

Delaware vs New Jersey

Catharine Hernson Delaware is not as boring as it's cracked up to be. There's a whole lot more going on than just a bunch of farms that want to be a part of Pennsylvania, as everyone likes to think. Wilmington is one of the coolest places to grow-up. Living in a small city has its advantages.

Sportsmanship dies in a one man takes all society

I can't beat you one-on-one. I'm not faster than you. I'm not stronger than you. But I am smarter than you. I was taught to play the right way, with a team. Get me out on the floor or down at the park with a couple other people. I don't care who. They can be short or tall, old or young, fat or skinny, athletic or not.

Philadelphia Freedoms star returns to court

Philadelphia Freedoms tennis star, Corina Morariu, came back to the game after a battle with cancer. Playing in her first Grand Slam event since being diagnosed with cancer, Morariu was granted a wild card into the singles competition. The rare form of Leukemia forced Morariu to take a year off from tennis.

Trash in kitchens is nothing but a waste

The houses are in a shambles. This time it is not due to drunken fools throwing their bodies through walls. Housekeeping is now in charge of taking out the resident's, of any given house, personal trash. In order to do this students have to take their room trash to the kitchen of the house that they live in.

Athletic preview for upcoming fall 2002 season

Women's Soccer The women's soccer team has a new coaching staff, head coach Ken Prothero and assistant Jess Huda are looking forward to a well-played season. The team is carrying 11 freshmen and two captains, Kelli Romano and Heather St. Amour. Prothero felt that the team looked good in the Franklin and Marshall tournament though they lost both games.

Summertime and the livin’ ain’t easy

Summer is about having fun, not working. So why, as smart college students, do we feel it is necessary to have a job? I worked nearly everyday myself this summer, for no real reason other than I felt as though I was needed. It hurts me to look back on all the things I could have done and didn't because I had to work.

Four year’s then real life

I always thought that senioritis was just a word people made up, an excuse for being lazy. Then I became a college senior. It's not laziness so much as it is an actual affliction based on fear, being burnt out and excitement. The fear is that I won't have a job when I finally leave this school.

Women’s lacrosse 10-0 in PAC regular season

The women's lacrosse team tore through the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference in search of their sixth consecutive title. The Lady Cavs are 10-0 in the PAC and maintain an 11-4 record overall. On Wednesday, April 23, the women lost a close battle with The College of New Jersey, 15-8.

Sophomore pitcher elevates team

Cabrini softball is holding on to a 22-4 record, thanks in part to the tremendous pitching of the two young pitchers. Ange Templin, a sophomore, is doing her best to lead the team to victory and has an 11-2 record for herself. Amy Welch, a freshman, also has an 11-2 record for the Cavaliers.

Forum discusses race and gender

Race and gender are not the only issues affecting American society; social class, as well as sexual orientation, is major factors in people's lives as well. All citizens of the United States have privileges; some just have more than others. "I didn't understand whether I made the rules to the game invisible or if they were made for me," Dr.

Music to movies: Rappers as actors

What cabrini students think of Rappers in the movies

Softball forced to play eight games in six days

Cabrini's softball team has a rough schedule ahead. The team's games have been rained out frequently in the last few weeks and the April snowfall hasn't helped either. The season has to end by the 26h of April, leaving the team 16 days to play 18 PAC games.

Protesting is not worth risking your life to traffic

Note to protesters: You are not going to stop the war now that it has already started. Granted, it is a noble cause, but if you lie down in the middle of a busy street pretending to be a dead Iraqi don't be upset when someone runs you over. I know I'm insensitive, but I would rather be watching the news checking on my friends who are actually over in Iraq fighting and possibly getting hurt or killed (hopefully not), than a bunch of local activists who have gotten into trouble blocking traffic.

Threat leads to Xavier evacuation

Late Saturday morning, March 15, a resident assistant in Xavier Hall received a voice-mail threat. The threat was made by what seemed to be a computerized female voice stating, "You all better clear out of the building and maybe even off campus by 1:40 p.m.

Hate crime strikes Xavier walls

For the first time in at least three years, Cabrini College was the site of a hate crime, as the electronic records for such actions only go back to January 2000. The words "white power" and "niga" were written on the wall alongside a swastika in Xavier Hall on Feb.

Busted! Public Saftey Report

Saturday, Feb. 1 * CAC smoking violation, smoking in the room, cellophane over the smoke detector * NRH visitation violation * WDC cited for smell of marijuana, cellophane over the smoke detector Sunday, Feb. 2 * WDC 4 visitation violations * WDC raucous party in two rooms * NRH visitation violation * Young woman and boyfriend were showering together in 3rd floor women's shower Friday, Feb.


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