Jeny Varughese

Articles by Jeny Varughese

BlogRoll: mybakingaddiction

If you’re someone like me and love to bake or if you want to learn to bake but don’t know where to begin, then is a great blog to follow.

Cabrini College Theatre Presents: Working

Cabrini College Theatre will present the musical, “Working,” written by Stephen Shwartz and Nina Faso, based on the book “Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do,” by Studs Terkel.

BlogRoll: Sweetapolita

If you have or know someone with a sweet tooth or love to bake, is a great blog to follow.

Application of the Week: Evernote Hello

Ever have trouble remembering important details? If so, Evernote Hello is the perfect app to download.

Application of the Week: iProcrastinate

Looking for the perfect place to organize and keep track of all your assignments? iProcrastinate lets you do that and more.

Students offered opportunity to study abroad

Cabrini offers a wide range of study abroad opportunities for students each semester. This semester an International Science and Politics in Society class is being offered to both science and non-science majors. This is the second semester the course is being offered to students and the application deadline is Wednesday, Feb. 29.

BlogRoll: College Fashion

If you enjoy reading about fashion and want to know what the latest trends are, College Fashion is the place to be. This is a blog created by college students for college students.

Application of the Week: GoodGuide

Looking for a safe and healthy way to shop this holiday season? If so, GoodGuide is the perfect app to get.

Application of the Week: Waze

Do you love to travel a lot or just like to drive around but don’t have the budget to get a GPS navigation system? If so, Waze is the app for you.

Chorus prepares for winter concert

The Cabrini College Chorus has been preparing for its annual winter concert, as the semester is coming to a close. The concert will be held this year on Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. in the Grace Hall Atrium.

Youth in Middle East key to change, CRS director says

Mark Schnellbaecher, CRS regional director for Europe and the Middle East, stressed that the future for the youth in many Middle Eastern countries is bleak during his visit to Cabrini College on Wednesday, Oct. 26.

National domestic violence symposium raises campus awareness

Domestic Violence Symposium, geared towards a campus-wide education and awareness, was held on Wednesday, Oct. 4 in the Grace Hall Atrium. Students, faculty, staff and members of the local community attended the event to learn about domestic violence and its effects on individuals.

BlogRoll: Corn on the Job

This weeks blogroll features Corn on the Job, a blog for job consumers.

Arranged marriage still tradition among many Indians

A 24 year old Philadelphian wasn't quite ready to get married. However, her family chose her partner for her and gave her a short amount of time to get to know him before getting married.

App of the Week: Skitch

Skitch is a great application to have for those who love to take and share pictures and be creative with them. This application is available for a free download on the app store for Mac computers and on the Android market.

App of the week: inClass

inClass a great app to have with the start of school. It is a great tool to have as a planner and as a notebook. It is available for a free download on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad through the App store.

Social media 101: Professional Skills to Utilize

A class on Social Media conducted, by Sree Sreenivasan, dean of student affairs at Columbia Journalism School covered several tips on the proper use of social media. The class was filled with useful information on how to use social media in a professional manner and at the same time, how to be authentic on the web.

Hookah cafe smokes Main Line

Omar's Hookah Cafe serves an array of tobacco flavors and great Mediterranean food.

CAP Board begins executive application process

Student Engagements and Leadership office accepted applications for CAP board executive positions on Wednesday, March 23. CAP board is currently conducting interviews to select next year’s executive board members.

Anchor affirms commitment to community

Pat Ciarrocchi, anchor of CBS 3 Eyewitness news was presented with the 2011 Ivy Young Willis Award amidst Cabrini students, faculty, the Willis family and other members of the community.
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