Gabrielle Cellucci

Articles by Gabrielle Cellucci

New executive board of the Black Student Union holds interest meeting

The Black Student Union (BSU) held an interest meeting for new students to join them by using ice-breakers, having deep discussions and talking about… Read More

Coronavirus recap: Here’s what happened this week

The Recap Cabrini University reported its first case of COVID-19 on campus only a week ago on Friday, Sept. 18. Since then, COVID-19 cases… Read More

Race in America: It begins with a conversation

If you know better, you do better, one of the panelists who spoke at a panel discussion on Race in America said.  Moderator Dr.… Read More

Black@Cabrini: BIPOC community shares their experiences of racial bias on campus

Editor’s note: This story was part of a group of 2020 stories that shared the 2021 Student Keystone Media Award  for stories relating to… Read More

The president puts a COVID plan in place for the fall semester of 2020

With the coronavirus starting off as an unknown disease to being the cause of a global pandemic, many schools were forced to shut down… Read More

Music on the brain: Is music helpful for studying?

Many people listen to music while they study, but does music really help students to focus better on their studies or is it more… Read More

What to do if coaches play favorites

Every player looks forward to each sports season. Whether it be getting into shape during pre-season, running drills during practice or simply picking captains,… Read More

The Masked Singer: Cabrini edition

With finals quickly approaching and quarantine causing everyone to be bored, SEaL is still planning to host virtual events for students to enjoy. One… Read More

When it comes to podcasts, Cabrini is all ears

With the campus shut down and everyone forced to stay home and continue classes online, many students are looking for ways to keep themselves… Read More

Feminism vs. man-hating: there is a difference

Growing up as a child, all anyone wants to do is play with their friends. But what happens if you can’t play with your… Read More

What it is like to be a nurse during a pandemic

For more than a year now, Americans have had to change their normal routines due to the COVID-19 pandemic such as having to wear… Read More

What it is like to join a college sport

I have been playing sports for most of my life. Beginning with pee-wee soccer when I was 5 years old to softball when I… Read More

Birdwatch: Twitter’s new feature to detect misinformation

In the digital age, anyone can find information with just a few clicks, especially through social media. Unfortunately, this has led to a rise… Read More

Students’ actions against systemic racism now need to be matched by university policy

A year filled with marches, initiatives and discussions, Cabrini has responded to national incidents of racism and broad inequalities.  However, the institution has yet… Read More

36 seniors receive the Who’s Who award

Shannon Agnew: early childhood education PreK-4 with special education PreK-8 I think my most significant contribution at Cabrini was to the athletic department. I was… Read More

Cabrini makes cuts to staff and programs to prevent a higher deficit

Cabrini University has recently announced a new strategic plan to prevent any further accumulation of debt.  This plan includes restructuring different courses, majors and… Read More

What students need to know about how to apply for housing

It is that time of year again when students need to prepare to apply for residential housing for the next school year. Applying for… Read More

Rioters storm the U.S. Capitol

During their meeting to confirm the Electoral College votes for the 2020 election, Congress was forced to go into a lockdown as rioters stormed… Read More

What it’s like having an internship during a pandemic

This past year has been a rollercoaster of endless events from COVID-19 coming to the United States to universities and schools shutting down to… Read More

Biden vs. Trump: Where do they stand on the issues?

With the election quickly approaching, people are looking at which candidate they think will best to lead America. For the Democratic party, Joe Biden… Read More