Hayley Thompson

Articles by Hayley Thompson

Mobile device screen-time is affecting the development of young children

Children should always have the opportunity to play outside. Today, the outdoor games like four square, tag and jump rope seem to have been… Read More

5 helpful ways to calm anxiety

Anxiety was a big mystery to me until after high school. I always thought that I had never experienced anxiety before but in reality,… Read More

Billie Eilish’s debut album continues to break records

Seventeen-year-old Billie Eilish released her debut album in late March of this year. It was produced entirely at home by Billie and her 21-year-old… Read More

Racial bias in the health care system: Companies increase awareness training

“I was very, very upset to be so belittled and overlooked at a place where you should be believed. It’s just messed up,” junior… Read More

Who ICE targets and who they prioritize

The Obama administration prioritized the removal of undocumented immigrants in the United States who were considered a threat to public safety or held a… Read More

Gucci, Moncler and Prada allegedly stole “blackface” ideas from African-American designer Patrick Kelly

High-end brands like Gucci, Moncler and Prada have been under fire for selling products that many say “resemble blackface.” There are also many claims… Read More

In the midst of record freezing temperatures Trump misses global warming

While large parts of the country were suffering from record-setting low temperatures and lots of snow on Jan. 20, President Trump took to Twitter… Read More

Invasive iPhone bug makes hacking effortless

A serious iPhone FaceTime bug allows you to hear audio from the person you are calling without them even picking up the call. This major… Read More

Drawing the line between art and the artist: the case of R. Kelly

As a young child, I fell in love with R&B music and the way that it made me feel. I started out by listening… Read More

Seahawks’ Earl Thomas hurts his leg and career in same night

Seattle Seahawks‘ safety Earl Thomas suffered a season-ending injury to his lower leg during their Sept. 30 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. He will… Read More

Explaining the preschool-to-prison pipeline and suggesting solutions

According to data collected from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, African American students in the United States, especially young Black… Read More

Mental blocks in sports and in life

Growing up being a gymnast and then a competitive cheerleader, the term “mental block” is something I know very well. In fact, just about… Read More

Well-known company logos with hidden messages you’ve never noticed

Most of us have seen these famous logos countless times in our lives. Some of us will see them everyday and not notice the… Read More

Black history is not being taught properly in U.S. schools

According to The New York Times, all states are not required to meet the academic content standards for social studies and American history, unlike… Read More

Two Cabrini grads compete for $100,000 on Netflix’s game show “The Circle”

Not one, but two Cabrini graduates competed for $100,000 on the first season of Netflix’s new game show called “The Circle.” Samantha “Sammie” Cimarelli, a 2017… Read More

Hunger affects academic performance in school

According to the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion’s Division of Population Health, skipping breakfast is associated with decreased cognitive performance… Read More

Plans for South Residence to get peepholes and new shades

South Residence Hall, Cabrini’s newest dorm building, currently has no peepholes in all of their residents’ doors. This is the first semester that South… Read More

A recovered alcoholic and interventionist reflects on addiction

Robert Strauber is a recovered alcoholic. He has dedicated his life to helping others as an interventionist with his partner, Pat Brown. Along with… Read More

Chef Richard Hawkins from Sodexo

The lead night cook at Cav’s Corner, Chef Richard Hawkins, has a passion for cooking and feeding people great food. Hawkins is from the… Read More

Decolonizing the Borderlands: Award-winning journalist Juan González to speak at Cabrini

Juan D. González, professor of professional practice in journalism and media studies at Rutgers School of Communication and Information, will be leading the Decolonizing… Read More


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