Erica Zebrowski

Articles by Erica Zebrowski

The Rock Climbing club has been growing in popularity since its formation last year

Since the start of the rock climbing club last year there has been a surge in participation. Each week lots of Cabrini students sign… Read More

I never knew online high school would help me with this semester

You think one semester of online school is tough? Try four years of it. I participated in online schooling all four years of high… Read More

Cabrini’s swim team takes on the #LexStrong 100 mile challenge

100 miles seems like a lot but that is just a small feat compared to overcoming breast cancer. On Wednesday, Sept. 30, the Student… Read More

Faced with uncertainty, the women’s basketball team goes full steam ahead with practices

With the upcoming season uncertain, Cabrini’s head women’s basketball coach Kate Pearson expressed her thoughts about COVID-19 and how it will affect the season.… Read More

Do students think the NFL season will survive COVID-19?

With COVID-19 still being a prevalent issue today, students are questioning whether the National Football League will have a successful season. Football fans on… Read More

Supporting Black Owned businesses is not only important but crucial

In the beginning of the pandemic we saw a lot of people supporting small local businesses. Lots of people ordered take out from mom-and-pop… Read More

“No Pain, No Gain,” but is that really true?

In sports, athletes are always told to push themselves and that if there is no pain there is no gain. Has anyone thought that… Read More

Keeping healthy from COVID-19 and the common cold this winter

It’s that time of the year again, which means being cautious of coming into contact with certain illnesses is something that students have to… Read More

Food Truck Thursdays are the new Chicken Nugget Tuesdays on campus

Food Truck Thursdays are a huge hit on Cabrini’s campus. The Student Engagement and Leadership office has been trying to engage students on campus… Read More

COVID-19 has had lasting effects on frontline workers

March 11, 2019, The World Health Organization declares COVID-19 a pandemic. Now in May of 2021 the pandemic has a past, present, and future.… Read More

Sexism is nothing new to Taylor Swift and that’s not OK

2010 called, they want their sexist joke back. It’s no secret that Taylor Swift has had her share of sexism in her career but… Read More

Was the Golden Globes a hit or miss this year?

The Golden Globes were held this year and not even seven million people tuned in to watch the award show. Only 6.9 million people… Read More

Daft Punk has gone their separate ways

“Daft Punks DJ Cover Set – Northampton, MA – 09, Nov – 03” by sebastien.barre is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 The duo named… Read More

TikTok star Jojo Siwa has come out to the world and is ready to be her true self

Lady Gaga’s hit “Born this way” is known in the LGBTQIA+ community as an anthem. So when Jojo Siwa made a video of her… Read More

How I motivated myself over winter break

This winter break was unlike other breaks in the past. The coronavirus is still very much a prominent issue in the United States and… Read More


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