Gregory Smith

Articles by Gregory Smith

Consumer guide to ethical clothing

As consumers, we are constantly buying the newest trends. However, there is also a very high probability that most people do not think about… Read More

Military going for a sharper image

Recent military regulation changes include several restrictions regarding military personnel having specific tattoos. Are these rules shaping for a cleaner appearance or is this a hinderence on freedom of expression?

ECG classes open a world of opportunity

I never thought I'd say that working on a group project for a class would lead to a pretty cool experience, but it did. My group for ECG is focusing on workers' rights and fair trade in the clothing industry. This required a lot of research on the topic our group had chosen as well as interview sources. Surprisingly, this is where things started to get pretty cool.

Speaker tells how school she started is a window of opportunity in Albania

Klementina Shahini, an Albanian educator, spoke to Cabrini classes about her mission to educate and improve the lives of students in her home country.

Eboo Patel: a journey to social justice through interfaith dialogue

Pluralism is the diversity of religions co-existing in society and is what Patel believes is key in peace building.

Nerney leadership institute: executive-in-residence program helps students find self-leadership

The Inaugural Executive-in-Residence program that took place on Thursday, Oct 24 was yet another milestone for the Nerney Leadership Institute.

Is chivalry dead?

Dear Blue, I recently went on a date with a beautiful girl I just met. I thought it was going great until I dropped… Read More

D.C. Navy Yard Shooting

As the shooting that took place in D.C. begins to be analyzed, two discussion points arise: Guns and mental health. Are the two synonymous? or should they both be viewed as seperate entities?

Zimmerman Trial Recap

This summer, America waited in anticipation for a verdict that would have people talking for months. The trial of George Zimmerman and the events… Read More

Creig Doyle: New director of public safety welcomes his role

As a new year begins, a new face can be seen around campus and in Public Safety. Creig Doyle, the new director of Public… Read More

How To: Maintain your beard for ‘No-Shave November’

1) Shave Oct. 31 to get the full ‘No-Shave November’ experience. 2) After growing your beard, trim edges to maintain a sharp sophisticated look.… Read More

If Obama won…

If Obama won, my life would change.  Although I have experienced the effects of his first term indirectly through my parents and relatives, this… Read More

Dr. Alia Sheety: Social justice through ‘restorative practice’

“Teaching and seeing students grow and getting their feedback is important,” Sheety said. “I believe they should be challenged and go out of their comfort zone.”

Skillful Musicality

Sensitive touch and an excellent interpretation where two words that were used to describe internationally renowned piano and soprano performers who displayed their skills… Read More

Public Safety Briefs

The College’s Public Safety department released their Campus Public Safety and Fire Safety Report on Oct. 1. As per the Jeanne Clery Campus Security… Read More

Tech Savvy

Now here’s the million -dollar question: should the United States seek more technical manufacturing?

Green Team hits the ground running

“Green team is a collaboration of students, faculty and staff who meet to discuss different campus issues with environmental connections,” campus minister, Stephanie Salinis, said.

‘Enrique’s Journey’ author recalls her own migration experiences

Hoping to humanize immigrants as well as social justice topics concerning immigration of Latinos to the United States was the focus of a speech by author Sonia Nazario.


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