Janelle DeSouza

Articles by Janelle DeSouza

Young New York artist brings positivity out of his pain with new EP

John Isaiah Welsh, a singer and rapper from New York better known as Leuca, started his music career about four years ago during his… Read More

Cabrini launches new center for urban education

Schools in under-privileged cities are often underserved and do not provide students with the proper tools they may need to be successful during and… Read More

Are passion and anger different?

Passion and anger can go hand in hand. Many times people mistake me for being angry because of my tone of voice or even… Read More

Top 5 activities to do around Radnor

Video by Anna Laquintano and Renata McGrath   Although Cabrini University is not located in the city of Philadelphia there are still activities that can… Read More

School of Business, Arts and Media includes newly appointed dean

  “I believe knowledge is power,” Mary Van Brunt, dean of the School of Business, Arts and Media at Cabrini University, said. Mary Van… Read More

Concussions have the ability to be a major setback for athletes

Concussions have affected sports players all around the world but believe it or not, many Cabrini sports players have had more than one. Sarah… Read More

Actions taken to retain retention in minorities on campus

2015 has been Cabrini College’s most diverse year when it comes to diversity in race. African Americans now make up 15.2 percent of the… Read More

Nike’s black history month collection brings out different opinions in students

Many people often have different views on certain topics and when it comes to Black History Month in the National Basketball Association, students at… Read More

Men’s basketball earns their first win against the Mighty Macs this season

The men’s basketball team started off hot, with an 8-0 run against the Immaculata University Might Macs, in a home game on Wednesday, Feb.… Read More

Is sexting that big of a deal?

The first time I heard the word sexting was when I was about 10 years old. I thought it was a bad thing to… Read More

Young New York artist brings positivity out of his pain with new EP

John Isaiah Welsh, a singer and rapper from New York better known as Leuca, started his music career about four years ago during his… Read More

Cabrini launches new center for urban education

Schools in under-privileged cities are often underserved and do not provide students with the proper tools they may need to be successful during and… Read More

Are passion and anger different?

Passion and anger can go hand in hand. Many times people mistake me for being angry because of my tone of voice or even… Read More

Top 5 activities to do around Radnor

Video by Anna Laquintano and Renata McGrath   Although Cabrini University is not located in the city of Philadelphia there are still activities that can… Read More

School of Business, Arts and Media includes newly appointed dean

  “I believe knowledge is power,” Mary Van Brunt, dean of the School of Business, Arts and Media at Cabrini University, said. Mary Van… Read More

Concussions have the ability to be a major setback for athletes

Concussions have affected sports players all around the world but believe it or not, many Cabrini sports players have had more than one. Sarah… Read More

Actions taken to retain retention in minorities on campus

2015 has been Cabrini College’s most diverse year when it comes to diversity in race. African Americans now make up 15.2 percent of the… Read More

Nike’s black history month collection brings out different opinions in students

Many people often have different views on certain topics and when it comes to Black History Month in the National Basketball Association, students at… Read More

Men’s basketball earns their first win against the Mighty Macs this season

The men’s basketball team started off hot, with an 8-0 run against the Immaculata University Might Macs, in a home game on Wednesday, Feb.… Read More

Is sexting that big of a deal?

The first time I heard the word sexting was when I was about 10 years old. I thought it was a bad thing to… Read More
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