Joe DeMarzio

Articles by Joe DeMarzio

Rock legend remains in hearts of fans

This past week, generations of rock fans remembered the 17 years that have passed since the death of rock legend, Kurt Cobain.

Worst Easter gifts ever–People Poll

Alex Lefebvre, sophomore chemistry major, said, “The worst thing to wake up to is an Easter basket.  I don’t think candy is a good… Read More

Advice for setting goals, landing job

Some people search their whole lives for their idea of the American dream, but when do you get to a point in your life when you say enough is enough?

Lent is a season about giving

The time for making sacrifices  is upon us again, and Lent is in full throttle right now.  The Lenten season, when Christians around the… Read More

Chatroulette puts new spin on chat rooms

When you go to and click play, a live-streaming stranger will appear on this screen.

Cabrini’s Center for Teaching and Learning is committed to helping students

Cabrini’s Center for Teaching and Learning is committed to helping its students.

‘Indie with Gilly D’ on ‘WYBF The Burn’

Ever wonder where those intense beats and rhythms are coming from in the communication wing? On every Monday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Gillian Davis, senior communication major, entertains fans with her radio show, "Indie with Gilly D" on 89.1 WYBF-FM "The Burn.

Gumdrops and Sprinkles an ice cream paradise

Every Tuesday, college students from all over the Main Line arrive at Gumdrops and Sprinkles, located on Lancaster Ave. in Wayne to take advantage of the 10 percent off discount. The store's owner, Paula Mulcahy of Admore Pa., has had a passion for ice cream ever since she was a little girl.

Technology: how young is too young?

To use it, or not to use it? That is the question. Technology is becoming something that is defining our generation. Some may argue the fact that technology is robbing the youth out of children. This is a very controversial topic that many people tend to disagree on.

Childhood book comes alive in new feature film

"Where the Wild Things Are" brought in $32.7 million on its opening weekend in United States movie theaters. The film is adapted from the classic children's book, written by Maurice Sendak in 1963. The almost perfect live-action adaption of the book was directed by Spike Jonze and was released in theaters everywhere on Oct.

Spooky attractions to visit during Halloween weekend

Every year, thousands of south Jersey locals gather together to celebrate one tradition; Mullica Hill Township's "Night of Terror" brings fear to both returning and new visitors. By day it's a farm, corn-maze and pumpkin patch, known as Creamy Acres. The farm was started in 1967, but it turned into a haunted attraction in 1995 and has remained a hit ever since.

Lady Cavs earn 6th consecutive win

The women's soccer team took victory over Neumann University with a 2-0 win. The victory contributed to their sixth consecutive win for the lady Cavaliers. The team solidified that they are one step closer to the Colonial States Athletic Conference Championship.

Lewis, Rooke take lead in XC invitational

On Saturday Oct. 12, the cross country invitational hosted by Cabrini College at the Belmont Plateau in Philadelphia turned out to be a success for some of the members of the men's and women's cross country team. The freshmen dominated this meet. Among the winners was newcomer freshman, Shatievah Lewis, who placed 10 out of 140 competitors at Saturday's invitational.

Senior DeGisi tallies 50th career goal

The Cabrini women's soccer team won against Baptist Bible College with a 5-0 shutout. The game started off quickly with the Cavaliers scoring early on. The final goal of the game was scored at the end of the first half by freshman forward Alex Tralie. The second half of the game ended up being scoreless for both teams.

Wikipedia: legitimate source

Wikipedia is a perfectly legitimate reference for information. Many professors are against it because of how easy you can re-write information. However, what the professors fail to research is the fact that when you add something to Wikipedia, you have to have five sources to back up your information or else it will be deleted by their auto-delete feature.


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