Jesse Gaunce

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Outta’ Right Field: Playoff hockey not about violence

The Stanley Cup playoffs should be about hockey, not violence.

Professors present on narratives of television

Two Cabrini faculty spoke at a faculty forum sponsored by The Faculty Development Grant Committee and Academic Affairs on Monday, April 2 in the Grace Hall Boardroom.

Outta’ Right Field: Peyton Manning: The true savior of the Denver Broncos

Ladies and gentlemen, the “Where Will Peyton Manning Go?” saga has finally ended.

Giunta prepares for Temple, reflects on time at Cabrini

With Giunta having ties to Temple, he expressed his excitement to work with people he previously worked with but at the same time, he said he was upset to leave people at Cabrini that he’s built very strong relationships with.

Tragic death or stupidity?

When I hear people talk about how sad it is that drugs or an oceans worth of alcohol caused someone to die, I always end up asking myself a few things:

Cabrini Athletic Director Joe Giunta resigns

Cabrini Athletic Director Joe Giunta has resigned and will become the senior associate athletic director at Temple University.

New Van Halen album evokes old sound

Van Halen fans, rejoice. After years of waiting, you can finally “Jump” out of your seats for David Lee Roth (vocals), Eddie (guitar), Wolfgang (bass) and Alex (drums) Van Halen once again.

Outta’ Right Field: NHL realignment: more pain than gain

The NHL Board of Governors approved a radical realignment plan on Monday, Dec. 5 that will eliminate the current two-conference, six-division set up it has now.

Web site links colleges, aims for immigration reform

As Catholic colleges and universities recognize the need for a concerted effort regarding immigration reform, a goal for intercollegiate cooperation is in its infancy stage. Fr. Daniel G. Groody, associate professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame and award-winning filmmaker, is aiming to promote a website that will link Catholic colleges and universities together on this issue.

Cavs roll to 77-65 win over Fords

The Cabrini College men’s basketball team kicked off their 2011-2012 season with a 77-65 come-from-behind win over the Haverford College Fords on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at the Nerney Field House.

Outta’ Right Field: Playoff hockey not about violence

The Stanley Cup playoffs should be about hockey, not violence.

Professors present on narratives of television

Two Cabrini faculty spoke at a faculty forum sponsored by The Faculty Development Grant Committee and Academic Affairs on Monday, April 2 in the Grace Hall Boardroom.

Outta’ Right Field: Peyton Manning: The true savior of the Denver Broncos

Ladies and gentlemen, the “Where Will Peyton Manning Go?” saga has finally ended.

Giunta prepares for Temple, reflects on time at Cabrini

With Giunta having ties to Temple, he expressed his excitement to work with people he previously worked with but at the same time, he said he was upset to leave people at Cabrini that he’s built very strong relationships with.

Tragic death or stupidity?

When I hear people talk about how sad it is that drugs or an oceans worth of alcohol caused someone to die, I always end up asking myself a few things:

Cabrini Athletic Director Joe Giunta resigns

Cabrini Athletic Director Joe Giunta has resigned and will become the senior associate athletic director at Temple University.

New Van Halen album evokes old sound

Van Halen fans, rejoice. After years of waiting, you can finally “Jump” out of your seats for David Lee Roth (vocals), Eddie (guitar), Wolfgang (bass) and Alex (drums) Van Halen once again.

Outta’ Right Field: NHL realignment: more pain than gain

The NHL Board of Governors approved a radical realignment plan on Monday, Dec. 5 that will eliminate the current two-conference, six-division set up it has now.

Web site links colleges, aims for immigration reform

As Catholic colleges and universities recognize the need for a concerted effort regarding immigration reform, a goal for intercollegiate cooperation is in its infancy stage. Fr. Daniel G. Groody, associate professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame and award-winning filmmaker, is aiming to promote a website that will link Catholic colleges and universities together on this issue.

Cavs roll to 77-65 win over Fords

The Cabrini College men’s basketball team kicked off their 2011-2012 season with a 77-65 come-from-behind win over the Haverford College Fords on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at the Nerney Field House.
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