Erin Nollen

Articles by Erin Nollen

Say hello to green taxis

Hybrid cars are getting more popular as the days go by. People are no longer buying the big SUV because of the insane gas prices. With the economy being as bad as it is, people are looking to save money anyway they can. Going green is something that everyone should be doing or at least working towards.

Women’s lacrosse soaks up Florida sunshine

The Cabrini women's lacrosse team just wrapped up a successful week of training in St. Petersburg, Fla. The lady Cavs traveled to St. Petersburg for spring break to train and get ready for their upcoming 2009 season. "Everyone looks forward to our Florida trip because it is a great time for the team to come together on and off the field.

Anti-fur protesters go Hollywood

These days people can be judged for just about anything. When people in the public eye it gives people more incentive to judge them. Recently certain celebrities on the Hollywood Walk of Fame were vandalized for wearing fur.

Captivating memoir helps author cope

Every once in a while, a book will come along that will shock, yet deeply impact readers. "The Boy Who Fell From the Sky," a memoir by Ken Dornstein, is a captivating and enthralling novel that retraces the lasting affects of one man's tragic death. Dornstein lost his older brother, David, in the tragic Pan Am Flight that crashed over Lockerbie, Scotland in December of 1988.

Lady Cavs host basketball fundraiser

The Cabrini women's lacrosse team hosted a basketball tournament on Sunday, Nov. 23, in the Dixon Center. Fifty-five students and friends came out to support the women's lacrosse team by playing in three vs. three half court games. Senior captain Anna Scholl organized the entire event.

King of Prussia mall brings Philly fashion

When thinking about what to wear and what to buy, do you just buy the cheapest clothes or buy things because you need them? Or do you take pride in what you wear and put a lot of thought into it? A lot of people are different, but for those who love fashion, Philadelphia is a great place to display your taste.

Men’s soccer comes up short at Albright

The Cabrini men's soccer team played it's last non-conference game Saturday, Oct. 18, coming up short against Albright College 1-0. The Cavalier's had a total of 14 shots in the contest but Albright finished a shot in the 80 minute to win the game. "We didn't capitalize early in the game and it came back to haunt us," Brian Moran, junior history political science major, said.

McDevitt ‘early season MVP’ for men’s soccer

Senior co-captain Mike McDevitt is no stranger to the game of soccer. He has been playing soccer since he was 5-years-old and has continued playing ever since. Since playing two years on varsity at Father Judge High School for Coach John Dunlop. McDevitt played one year at Philadelphia University and then transferred to Cabrini where he has been part of the team ever since.

And you thought your dorm was crappy?

When it's time for kids to leave for college, they're usually excited to live on their own-no rules, no parents, no curfew. The only thing they aren't excited for is the small dorm rooms. A lot of us here in the states think we have it bad. We usually complain about not having enough room and that it's dirty, but kids across the world in Beijing, China have it a lot worse.

Spin class promises a sweat

The newest addition to the Dixon Center exercise schedule is the spin class on Wednesday nights from 5 to 6 p.m. taught by Morgan Lambert. "I didn't know how much of a challenge riding a stationary bike would be but this class proved that it was no easy ride," Lauren Magill, senior psychology major, said.

Alumnus competes in ‘Bat-Breaking Beat’ contest

Joey Zahn, 2008 alumnus, also known as D.J. Z, does not lack experience when it comes to disc jockeying and beat making. He has prior experience from working parties like the VMAs after party in Las Vegas, so it was not a surprise when his mom let him know about another advanced contest.

O’Hora excited for 2008

The men's and women's 2008 cross country season has officially started. Cabrini College has always run a successful cross country team and hopes its success will continue this year. "If you're looking at a mountain we're at the bottom working towards the peak," Thomas O'Hora, cross country coach, said.

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