Christina Williams

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Psi Chi presents research

Four students from Cabrini's psychology club, the Psi Chi chapter, were chosen to present their research at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychology Association (EPA) in Boston, Mass. The four students who attended the meeting were seniors Rich DeMatteo and Pete Schauster as well as juniors Amanda Farrington and Faith Nall.

Social Security shortage to affect generation Y

President George W. Bush is trying to sell the idea of privatized accounts for Social Security to non-baby boomers as a means of income in order to be prepared for the inevitable Social Security shortage. There has been a huge debate as to where Social Security will be in the next five to 10 years.

FDA to require new

We presently live in a time where most people are very health conscious and many people are checking their labels for calories, fat content and carbohydrates. However, sometimes those labels can be confusing for consumers so there has been a request for the Food and Drug Administration to make things a little easier.

Changing courses

For most of us freshman year was a year to experiment and try new things. Some of us found ourselves getting into clubs and some of us found ourselves making new friends. One of the last things on our mind was probably our major and what we planned on doing with the rest of our lives.

So-called children’s movies becoming more humerous, appropriate for adult audience

As kids most of us grew up watching classic movies such as "The Little Mermaid," "Aladdin," "Mary Poppins" and "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." However, when we watch these movies as adults these childhood movies no longer have the same meaning. All of a sudden as we sit and watch these movies as adults, we notice things that we didn't as a child.

Medicare issue not just for seniors

In two months one of the biggest events of the year will be taking place. Yes, it is time for the 2004 Presidential Election. President George W. Bush will be competing with John Kerry to keep his title. In these next two months it should be on every registered voter's mind to look at the key issues each candidate is talking about.

Local tennis star visits Cabrini en route to Athens

For the last four years Cabrini College has been the host to the Philadelphia Freedoms. The Freedoms are one of ten tennis teams that make up the World Team Tennis tour. The Freedoms got their name from the famous Elton John song "Philadelphia Freedoms." The team is owned by famous women's tennis player Billie Jean King.

Junior year woes

As the school year starts I can't help but to think about how I am almost done my time here at Cabrini. I see freshmen moving in and they are excited about the change from high school to college. I see the sophomores excited to return to see their friends they were away from over the summer.

Wedding feast takes a turn for the worse

Four men from the Philippines are being charged with murder after killing and eating their cousin at a family wedding. Apparently the cousin accidentally touched the bride's bottom infuriating the family. Once the four men had enough to eat they served the leftovers to drunken guests who were not aware of what they were eating.

When grades don’t make the cut

Not many people having the luxury of being called valedictorian. The term only belongs to an elite group of people who are highly intelligent. Traditionally, the honor of the title goes to the person with the highest GPA in high school and college. However, Cabrini does not follow this widely accepted way of choosing their valedictorians.

Psi Chi presents research

Four students from Cabrini's psychology club, the Psi Chi chapter, were chosen to present their research at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychology Association (EPA) in Boston, Mass. The four students who attended the meeting were seniors Rich DeMatteo and Pete Schauster as well as juniors Amanda Farrington and Faith Nall.

Social Security shortage to affect generation Y

President George W. Bush is trying to sell the idea of privatized accounts for Social Security to non-baby boomers as a means of income in order to be prepared for the inevitable Social Security shortage. There has been a huge debate as to where Social Security will be in the next five to 10 years.

FDA to require new

We presently live in a time where most people are very health conscious and many people are checking their labels for calories, fat content and carbohydrates. However, sometimes those labels can be confusing for consumers so there has been a request for the Food and Drug Administration to make things a little easier.

Changing courses

For most of us freshman year was a year to experiment and try new things. Some of us found ourselves getting into clubs and some of us found ourselves making new friends. One of the last things on our mind was probably our major and what we planned on doing with the rest of our lives.

So-called children’s movies becoming more humerous, appropriate for adult audience

As kids most of us grew up watching classic movies such as "The Little Mermaid," "Aladdin," "Mary Poppins" and "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." However, when we watch these movies as adults these childhood movies no longer have the same meaning. All of a sudden as we sit and watch these movies as adults, we notice things that we didn't as a child.

Medicare issue not just for seniors

In two months one of the biggest events of the year will be taking place. Yes, it is time for the 2004 Presidential Election. President George W. Bush will be competing with John Kerry to keep his title. In these next two months it should be on every registered voter's mind to look at the key issues each candidate is talking about.

Local tennis star visits Cabrini en route to Athens

For the last four years Cabrini College has been the host to the Philadelphia Freedoms. The Freedoms are one of ten tennis teams that make up the World Team Tennis tour. The Freedoms got their name from the famous Elton John song "Philadelphia Freedoms." The team is owned by famous women's tennis player Billie Jean King.

Junior year woes

As the school year starts I can't help but to think about how I am almost done my time here at Cabrini. I see freshmen moving in and they are excited about the change from high school to college. I see the sophomores excited to return to see their friends they were away from over the summer.

Wedding feast takes a turn for the worse

Four men from the Philippines are being charged with murder after killing and eating their cousin at a family wedding. Apparently the cousin accidentally touched the bride's bottom infuriating the family. Once the four men had enough to eat they served the leftovers to drunken guests who were not aware of what they were eating.

When grades don’t make the cut

Not many people having the luxury of being called valedictorian. The term only belongs to an elite group of people who are highly intelligent. Traditionally, the honor of the title goes to the person with the highest GPA in high school and college. However, Cabrini does not follow this widely accepted way of choosing their valedictorians.

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