Christine Graf

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Student trip prompts Fair Trade coffee expansion

Cabrini's catering service, Sodexo, is currently negotiating with San Lucas Mission's fairly traded Juan Ana coffee to be featured in over 200 of Jazzman's locations throughout the United States during October, which is Fair Trade month.

Graduating confident

Four years at Cabrini has prepared me for the "real world." Something every parent, faculty member or perspective student wants to hear. Luckily for me, it's true. My time here has not only prepared me for the working world but has enriched my knowledge of other worlds.

IRA dissidents renew violence in Northern Ireland

Fear was resurrected in Northern Ireland when the Irish Republican Army dissidents killed a police officer and two British soldiers, within a 48-hour time period.

Benefits of service after graduation

People go to college to get an education so that eventually they can get a good job which makes good money, to live a comfortable life, right?

Editorial: Historic election brings change to White House

Regardless of your political party affiliation and who you voted for on Nov. 4, change in the White House is coming. Whether or not it is the change you wanted, does the future of our country really now depend on just one man? Now that the presidential race is over, it is up to us as American citizens to make sure our president holds true to his promises and delivers on the issues that we based our votes on.

Notre Dame University scholar lectures on connection between Catholism and politics

A leading authority on the role of the Catholic Church in politics said that Catholics should not be one-issue voters. Richard McBrien of Notre Dame University, author of 21 books on Catholicism, said that those Catholic bishops who say that the abortion issue is the only issue Catholics should look at in presidential elections are actually not in accord with the American bishops' own teachings.

Iraqi refugee families resettled locally

Twenty-four Iraqi refugees have been resettled in southern New Jersey by Catholic Charities, a non-profit faith-based organization. These Iraqi citizens had fled Iraq and took refuge in neighboring countries like Syria and Lebanon due to the increase of violence and personal threats jeopardizing their lives.

Ugandan urges students to be ‘voice of the voiceless’

A Uganda native visited Cabrini College students Monday, Oct. 6, to promote peace in her homeland by sharing stories of warfare and the success of her peacebuilding efforts in Uganda. Sister Pauline Acayo, Catholic Relief Service peacebuilding officer for Uganda, is part of the Peace in Africa tour CRS is doing throughout the United States to educate people about conflict zones like Uganda.

ABC star stresses voting on campuses

College students have the ability to be the margin of victory for the 2008 election, which is why ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice" television star Kate Walsh was campaigning for Sen. Barack Obama in the Philadelphia area last Saturday, Sept. 13.

‘Survivor: China’ contestant rocks Cabrini

A mixture of '90s grunge rock music and smooth-jazz playfully bounced off the walls of Jazzman's Cafe as the band Florez performed for students last Tuesday, Sept. 2. The performance was sponsored by CAP Board as part of providing on campus entertainment for the student body.

Student trip prompts Fair Trade coffee expansion

Cabrini's catering service, Sodexo, is currently negotiating with San Lucas Mission's fairly traded Juan Ana coffee to be featured in over 200 of Jazzman's locations throughout the United States during October, which is Fair Trade month.

Graduating confident

Four years at Cabrini has prepared me for the "real world." Something every parent, faculty member or perspective student wants to hear. Luckily for me, it's true. My time here has not only prepared me for the working world but has enriched my knowledge of other worlds.

IRA dissidents renew violence in Northern Ireland

Fear was resurrected in Northern Ireland when the Irish Republican Army dissidents killed a police officer and two British soldiers, within a 48-hour time period.

Benefits of service after graduation

People go to college to get an education so that eventually they can get a good job which makes good money, to live a comfortable life, right?

Editorial: Historic election brings change to White House

Regardless of your political party affiliation and who you voted for on Nov. 4, change in the White House is coming. Whether or not it is the change you wanted, does the future of our country really now depend on just one man? Now that the presidential race is over, it is up to us as American citizens to make sure our president holds true to his promises and delivers on the issues that we based our votes on.

Notre Dame University scholar lectures on connection between Catholism and politics

A leading authority on the role of the Catholic Church in politics said that Catholics should not be one-issue voters. Richard McBrien of Notre Dame University, author of 21 books on Catholicism, said that those Catholic bishops who say that the abortion issue is the only issue Catholics should look at in presidential elections are actually not in accord with the American bishops' own teachings.

Iraqi refugee families resettled locally

Twenty-four Iraqi refugees have been resettled in southern New Jersey by Catholic Charities, a non-profit faith-based organization. These Iraqi citizens had fled Iraq and took refuge in neighboring countries like Syria and Lebanon due to the increase of violence and personal threats jeopardizing their lives.

Ugandan urges students to be ‘voice of the voiceless’

A Uganda native visited Cabrini College students Monday, Oct. 6, to promote peace in her homeland by sharing stories of warfare and the success of her peacebuilding efforts in Uganda. Sister Pauline Acayo, Catholic Relief Service peacebuilding officer for Uganda, is part of the Peace in Africa tour CRS is doing throughout the United States to educate people about conflict zones like Uganda.

ABC star stresses voting on campuses

College students have the ability to be the margin of victory for the 2008 election, which is why ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice" television star Kate Walsh was campaigning for Sen. Barack Obama in the Philadelphia area last Saturday, Sept. 13.

‘Survivor: China’ contestant rocks Cabrini

A mixture of '90s grunge rock music and smooth-jazz playfully bounced off the walls of Jazzman's Cafe as the band Florez performed for students last Tuesday, Sept. 2. The performance was sponsored by CAP Board as part of providing on campus entertainment for the student body.
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