Dominique DiNardo

Let me tell your story. Love everything about the communication field. Passionate about passion. I wish I lived in a romantic comedy. Romance novels consume my time off. Carrie Bradshaw is my idol. Walt Disney quotes make me cry. There is such thing as magic.

Articles by Dominique DiNardo

Leadership Department offers post-graduate education to hopeful managers

Throughout the expansion of the Cabrini curriculum, many departments have been adding post-graduate options for students looking to further their education. In a corporate… Read More

Campus ministry hosts 23rd annual SEARCH retreat in the Pochonos

Campus ministry will be holding its 23rd annual SEARCH retreat in the Poconos. The retreat is an opportunity to truly get to understand oneself… Read More

Abc’s Disneyland60 celebration reminds families of park magic

For over 60 years, the magic of Walt Disney’s imagination has found its way into the hearts and homes of many across the globe. … Read More

Homecoming 2015 was a #hashtag hit

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Homecoming 2015 photo diary

Cabrini College Homecoming 2015 by Slidely Slideshow Click here to view the entire photo diary taken by Emily Rowan from Homecoming weekend 2015     … Read More

Ireland interests students to study abroad

Students tell about their experience overseas in Ireland this summer.

Campus welcomes the class of 2019

Students from all over the United States moved to Cabrini’s campus last week to pursue their undergraduate education.  The campus welcomed over 400 students… Read More

Do not let society define who you are

Between outfit choice, etiquette, work and partying, double standards exist everywhere. We have all seen them in our daily lives. Double standards can be… Read More

‘Visualize You’ app gives motivation to dieters, students say

It’s that time of year again.  Every treadmill at the gym is full, the line for the salad bar is a little bit longer… Read More

Love story will hit Broadway soundtrack

From neighbors to marriage,  Dr. Michelle Filling-Brown has quite the awe-worthy love story. In an article by Broadway World, Filling told her romantic journey… Read More

Drug of choice can be the hardest choice, students say

Deciding a major, that is hard. Choosing what to do with your life after college is even harder. But, millennials choosing which drug is… Read More

Blazers in the backseat: my first semester as a communication major

Before you read any further, you should know this is not about me sparking up in my car between classes. Sorry college hipsters, but my… Read More

Philadelphia flower show blossoms with movie theme

Storybook settings transformed into beautiful landscapes at the Philadelphia Flower Show’s Lights Camera Bloom. Laced between the fairy-tale scenery was the work of talented… Read More

Josh Muska: four years on stage, one fantastic experience

Beads of sweat drop to the stage. Pacing moments of comedic pauses and dramatic integrity fill the two-hour stage marathon. Mic checks, quick changes and… Read More

Catholic Charities describes helping hands at the second Lenten lecture

Catholic Charities USA gives the lives of those suffering from poverty a little hope, senior vice president of mission and ministry said. “Last year… Read More

The presence of eating disorders on a college campus

Eating disorders have a prominent presence in college-aged students.  Many of those who suffer keep it to themselves, starving their need for help.  Second-year… Read More

Founder’s Day takes a look at food preservation

Food waste is the third largest greenhouse gas emission. Dr. Cathy Yungmann as well as Dr. Tom O’Donnell advised and guided students through interviews… Read More

Marie Porta gives a look into law school

Cabrini alumna Marie Porta came to Cabrini to discuss her experience with law. Porta was a history and political science major while attending Cabrini. … Read More

Making time for your goals is easier when dating off campus

College is a time for experimenting. Students come in as a marketing major and leave with a criminology degree. First year students have never… Read More

Work study students suffer from scholarship cut

Recently, students who work on campus have had a little free-time on their hands.  Cabrini has decided to make a cut in work-study students’… Read More
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