Chelbi Mims

Articles by Chelbi Mims

Taking the extra mile: students travel time large factor in education

For students enrolled in morning classes, an 8:15 class usually requires the student on campus to wake up around 7:45. The student driving to… Read More

The DREAM Act: justice for all

When I first heard about the DREAM Act and undocumented youth in America I really thought nothing of it.

Ipad release

Apple sold close to one million electronic tablets in the first weekend of the Ipad 2 release.

Online dating: it’s no fairytale

People can fake identities online, there is a high chance of misrepresentation online. The man you think loves dogs and has a compatible profile may be the next craigslist killer.

Fitness center challenges student body

Power 90 Extreme (P90x) has created much buzz across campus this semester. P90x was added to the fitness regime in January.

LLCs foster close relationships

LLC’s are known as first year engagements experiences, which take a hands-on approach to learning. Students live in a tight-knit-community, take two-three classes per semester with their community and are involved in activities on and off campus. These communities transform and mold first year students by specific courses taken, people encountered and activities and hobbies that are precise to the needs of the student.

Cavaliers defeat Defenders 95-81

The Cavaliers worked as a unit to defeated the Defenders.

Intramurals offer competitive edge for everyone

Boys Basketball Intramurals are expected to begin the first week of February

Education in America: in need of rescuing

I knew nothing about the failing public school system until watching the movie “Waiting for Superman."

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Real wives with real DRAMA

The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s season 4 kicked off with enough drama to fill the city limits.

Beauty and the Body

Poor body image, increasing eating disorders and the need to look like models on television are increasing in today’s society.

Experiencing the history of Ireland

During spring break, 20 students and three faculty members traveled to Ireland to view the historical landmarks of the The Emerald Isle. Dr. Mary… Read More

Tragedy turns sister into advocate against distracted driving

On June 1, 2011 Angela Donato, graduate assistant in Enrollment Management office, and her family got a heart wrenching call that would change their… Read More

George Zimmerman gets charged

George Zimmerman will be charged with second degree murder for the killing of Trayvon Martin. The Florida special prosecutor announced this news earlier today.… Read More

Traveling to Rebuild

Through a series of unknown events, eight students and two faculty member found themselves in New Orleans, La. helping to rebuild a home for… Read More

Rebuilding Hope through Mission

As a part of the newly implemented Presidents Intitivate for Mission Immigration set forth by President George, 11 Cabrini College faculty members visited New Orleans to help build homes and view the lives of people from New Orleans six years after Katrina.

Living in Solidarity

Each year during the winter holiday students and faculty travel to Duran, Ecuador for the Rostro de Cristo Experience.

Panel advocates for vulnerable youth

There are 35 million orphans and vulnerable children living in the world. During Spirit Week, awareness was raised about the circumstances these children and young adults face.

How To: Shop for Christmas on a Budget

Loquitur is here to help you guide through the mall on budget.


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Listen Up

Season 2, Episode 3: Celebrating Cabrini and Digging into its Past


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