Howard Blake III

Articles by Howard Blake III

Pop culture meshes with the NBA

It was not unlikely to see Allen Iverson draped in baggy clothes with a du-rag tied over his braids. The same way that it… Read More

Tebow-mania is a no-lose situation in Philly

Howard’s Point of View Tim Tebow can say goodbye to his career as an ESPN college football analyst after signing a one-year deal with… Read More

Phillies offensive struggles continue

Howard’s Point of View The Philadelphia Phillies continued their season woes after a 2-0 loss in their first series game against the rival New… Read More

Murray hopes to be good fit for Eagles

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia Eagles have shaken up the running back fold this offseason. The first move came when they traded the… Read More

Alumni give back for 10th annual alumni mentoring

Over 50 Cabrini sophomore and junior communication majors gathered to meet with 11 alumni for the communication department’s 10th annual alumni mentoring event. It… Read More

Sixers make bold moves at trade deadline

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia 76ers were very active at the NBA trade deadline. The Sixers made some noise early by acquiring JavVale… Read More

Philly Sports Box: Feb. 19, 2015

Now that we have entered the halfway point of the NBA regular season, we have seen teams shape themselves into contenders and individual players… Read More

Young talent of Sixers show future promise

The Philadelphia 76ers are 8-37 on the season and are tied for the second worst record in the NBA. Filled with a roster of… Read More

Shane Evans: from Cabrini to Seattle Sounders

At Cabrini students are constantly reminded of the school’s slogan to “Do Something Extraordinary.” Shane Evans, 2008 graduate, is a living testament to that.… Read More

Women’s soccer: the Portugal experience

With another successful season under their belt, the Cabrini women’ s soccer team took a trip to Portugal during the offseason. While there, the Lady… Read More

Second half rally gives Eagles the win

To no one’s surprise, the Philadelphia Eagles won their season opener 34-17 against the sub-par Jacksonville Jaguars. But to everyone’s surprise, the Eagles didn’t dominate from start to finish despite what the score may indicate.

Cross country teams compete at Cairn

The Cabrini cross-country teams participated in the Highlander Invitational on Sept. 6 at Cairn University. The men’s team ran the 8K circuit, placing 9th out of 14 teams. Junior Pete Lyden led the men’s team with a time of 34:01 and placed 52st overall. Freshman Hugo Ballon finished 53nd right behind Lyden with a time of 34:09. Senior Ernest Ahweza finished right behind them both placing 54th with a time of 34:13 and Senior Rashid Kulaib placing 75th finishing with a time of 38:50.

Hip-hop and sports are so synonymous

From the likes of Jay-Z launching Roc Nation’s new sports agency to Drake becoming a global ambassador for the Toronto Raptors, it’s safe to… Read More

Upcoming NFL draft should be one for the ages

There has been constant talk that the 2014 NFL draft class is the best draft class in the last 15 to 20 years. Considered… Read More

Perspective: Racist owner banned from NBA for life

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has the city of Los Angeles and the entire NBA community in an uproar ever since Saturday, April… Read More

Multitasking? It’s impossible

Leland Taylor often goes to the library, sits at a computer and breezes through his assignments without distraction. But it wasn’t always this way for him. He used to sit in front of his laptop, watch YouTube videos, send text messages and use social media sites.

Softball Drops DH to Eagle Road rival Eastern

The Cabrini Softball team took on the Eastern University Eagles in a doubleheader on Monday for their first away games of the season. The… Read More

Google Glass; the future is here

With much anticipation, Google Glass is finally here. Well, at least for a small selection of lucky buyers. Already being dubbed as the next big thing, it is only available to those in the US. In this small frame of time, the country has been in an uproar over Google Glass trying to see what to make of it. Being a 20 year old, I remember the futuristic cartoons of The Jetsons and Star Trek where we would fantasize about flying cars and voice induced watches. It’s safe to say that that era of gadgets is slowly but surely creeping it’s way tino society now.

Lady Cavs split DH with walk off win

The Cabrini Women’s softball team hosted a doubleheader with CSAC opponent Immaculata University at Cabrini field. To pay respect to Cabrini’s head coach Mitchell Kline for losing his late wife Sandee to cancer, the Lady Cavs and Mighty Macs wore shirts and raised money to support the cause of cancer.

Upperclassmen lead Cavs to best start in program history

The Cabrini Men’s lacrosse team continued you their undefeated win streak to 6-0 with a 20-11 victory over the visiting Nazareth Golden Flyers. The… Read More


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