Gillian Davis

Articles by Gillian Davis

Phelps phenomenon

Did Michael Phelps lose his taste for chlorine? Or is he just searching for other hidden talents under that tantalizing, sculpted body? Phelps has currently taken a break from his regimented swimming schedule to bask in the glory of the media. Michele Canavan, senior biology major, said, "His appearance in the media after his successful return from China is really amazing because he's a great role model and it doesn't hurt that he's nice to look at.

Big city internship in radio world

Almost being run over by three bright yellow taxi cabs in a row opened my eyes to the fact that I was no longer in my small, country town in Connecticut. The transition to living in New York City was incredibly jarring and terrifying. I was so used to walking down Main Street and having every car slow down to holler my name and wave.

Political issues spark musical response

"A black president is the shit. Oh, oh this shit f----- up right here. Ain't no work, ain't no jobs, we still got bills." You can thank Young Jeezy for that lyric, off of his appropriately titled album, "The Recession." There is no doubt that the music of the 21st century has turned political and contentious.

Phillies fans don’t have to be local

I am a Phillies fan. I say it proudly. I am also from Connecticut. Get your "I hopped on the bandwagon" comments out now. I have been a fan since the third grade when my softball team was given Phillies jerseys. I wore the uniform with pride, albeit I never watched a Phillies game in my life.

CRS ambassadors information session

It was difficult for Cabrini students to find a seat in the Wolfington Center on Wednesday, March 25, for an information session at the Wolfington Center held for prospective Catholic Relief Services Ambassadors. Students ran to other classrooms to grab as many extra chairs as they could.

LIFE workshop educates on dress code

The Center for Student Engagement and Leadership and the Office of Co-Curricular Programming sponsored another LIFE series event on March 19. The program was conducted in the Iadarola Center and focused on dress code.

Course focuses on unemployment

During the 2010 and 2011 academic year, a new Engagement Common Good course will be offered to sophomores.

Study-abroad programs to tailor strategies

Although study abroad officials across the country have recently shown concern that students will no longer show interest in studying abroad, at Cabrini, students are still signing up for the opportunity to go over seas.

Revised GI Bill to match college financial aid packages to avoid costly tuition fees

During summer 2008, the federal government developed a revised version of the GI Bill.

New York spring break trip to retrace the footsteps of patron saint of college

The Office of Campus Ministry will be sponsoring a trip to New York City to retrace the footsteps of Mother Cabrini from March 8-16, the week of spring break. Throughout the Mother Cabrini spring break trip, participants will become familiar with what Mother Cabrini experienced when she immigrated to the United States in the late 19th century.

Students raise awareness at hunger banquet

Walking into the Cabrini Mansion, a person would expect glamour and warmth. However, on Wednesday, Feb. 11, the Poverty Awareness Campaign and Catholic Relief Services Food Security ambassadors greeted students by handing out color coded name tags to represent what social class they belonged to for the annual Hunger Banquet.

Cotton Jones: new psychadelic sounds

Duets are huge in the music business right now. The Moldy Peaches demonstrated the unique combination of a husky male voice mixed with the sweet sound of a female. Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová mixed their distinctive accents together to form a very popular soundtrack with hits like "Falling Slowly.

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