Diana Campeggio

Articles by Diana Campeggio

Poetry motivates youth

Sharvon Urbannavage, 2003 English and communication alumna, joined the Philadelphia Youth Poetry Movement when she saw that founder Greg Corbis needed what she could provide. She began working with PYPM as a photographer but her role quickly progressed into marketing and event organization.

BlogRoll: Keiko Lynn

For me, I think it is always hard to find interesting, fashion-forward blogs that offer an array of different information. When I look at a fashion blog, I not only want to see interesting fashions, but also cosmetic trends and hairstyle tutorials.

Not your average cancer flick

50/50 is a hilarious and light-hearted movie about cancer.

New exhibit for Rosemont art chair welcomed by campus

Michael Willse, chair of Rosemont College’s studio art department, is currently showcasing his work in The Grace and Joseph Fine Arts Gallery, located on… Read More

National Poetry Champion Slams Domestic Violence

Amber Rose Johnson, a recently awarded poet, will be joining the Cabrini community for the Domestic Violence Symposium, as well as reading her original works on Oct. 4.

Sedaris transforms his satiric style

David Sedaris' most recent book "Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiality" reflects his satirical style but with a different subject.

BlogRoll: Design Sponge

This weeks blogroll features DesignSponge, a d.i.y., home decor blog.

Cabrini, St. Joseph’s receive fair trade grant

Cabrini and St. Joseph University are presented with fair trade grant by Catholic Relief Services.

Get Your Thrifting On: Some dos and don’ts for thrift store shopping

Some ways to get the best experience when going on your thrift shop journey.

Summer in the City

What's going on this summer in Philadelphia

About the author: Sara Gruen

Sara Gruen, best known for her best-selling novel “Water for Elephants,” found herself at a cross road in her life. After moving to the… Read More

Literary magazine wins national prize

Woodcrest literary magazine has been awarded the gold crown award by the Columbia Scholastic Association. The award was given to six colleges in the country and Woodcrest remained the only one in Pa.

BMFI offers a rare movie experience, student opportunities

Bryn Mawr Film Institute, or BMFI, provides a unique cinema experience for the Main Line, as well as for students.

Johnnie’s Dog House is perfect for student budgets

Johnnie's Dog House is not only an inexpensive meal, but also a uniquely delicious experience.

Get in with the out there outfitters

Out There Outfitters services the Wayne community with high-quality outdoor and exercise wear as well as sunglasses, sneakers and handbags.

Wing bowl is back with avengence.

Students go head-to-head to create the winning buffalo sauce creations at CAP board's Wing Bowl.

Swimmer finds success while overcoming injury

Find out more about senior swimmer Lisa Somers!

Are we teaching blind-faith?

Are we creating a society that knows nothing about any other religion beside what our parents taught us? The importance of thinking for yourself.

Times are changing, athletes use social networking

Athletes are beginning to use social networking sites, such as Twitter, to guarantee their opinions are heard.

Roller hockey club looks for way to rev up fans

The lack of fan attendance at roller hockey club games frustrates the team and their coach.


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