Jessica Goldberg

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Assistant coach finds success in young team

After playing basketball at Allentown College (formerly Desales University), Kate Corcoran decided to coach because she wanted to stay involved in the game as well as having an impact on the girls. Before coming to Cabrini as the assistant coach of the women's basketball team, Corcoran coached at Ursinus College.

Freshman athlete ready for the next level

He is only 18 years old and a freshman, yet Victor O'Connor is on the Cavaliers men's varsity basketball team. He was also given a COPE award, which is a grant for sports from Cabrini. O'Connor is from West Philadelphia, where he attended West Catholic High School.

Swim team stays afloat

Hop on in the pool and meet Cabrini's swim team. The girls range from a senior to some freshman and everything in between. Senior Gina Treml, junior Christina Callahan, sophomores Heather Pino, Nina Scimenes, Lauren Walker, Ashley Earle, and freshmen Kristen Longa, Courtney Storey and Jori Edwards all make up the 2003-2004 Lady Cavaliers swim team, which is coached by Michael Kernicky.

The big transition

Imagine playing a sport all of your life, then adjusting to college while still playing a sport. Meet Talia Giordano, a freshman soccer player. Giordano has been playing soccer since the second grade. For her, coming to college has been a big adjustment because she is not living at home, she is meeting new people, and doing things by herself.

Why athletes choose Cabrini

Ever wonder what it takes to be a Cabrini athlete? How did the college get such great and dedicated players? Well here's a little inside scoop for all of the wonderers out there. Heather St. Amour, junior captain of the women's soccer team, visited Cabrini while watching a tournament.

Ed majors prepare for changing environments

Education has become an extremely popular major because a lot of older teachers are retiring, leaving the new teachers to deal with higher qualifications as well as the theory of no child stays behind and technology. Dr. Thomas Stretton, Jr., an education professor, said that the no child staying behind theory is a very complex federal program initiated by the Bush administration, which will guarantee students literacy at a higher level.

Women:equal but different in business

The 1950s are over and women are in the workplace and securing certain jobs. Ellen Boyar, a translation manager for the Thompson Institute for Scientific Information in downtown Philadelphia, gave great insight to this topic. When asked if there was ever unfair treatment she said, "no, but there was certainly treatment differences because I am a woman.

Sugarcoating of the U.S. media

People in other countries see a somewhat different Iraq war than the people in the United States. U.S. media and the media in other countries show a different view of the war. The United States government was preparing themselves for a huge propaganda war.

Sugarcoating of the U.S. media

People in other countries see a somewhat different Iraq war than the people in the United States. U.S. media and the media in other countries show a different view of the war. The United States government was preparing themselves for a huge propaganda war.

Assistant coach finds success in young team

After playing basketball at Allentown College (formerly Desales University), Kate Corcoran decided to coach because she wanted to stay involved in the game as well as having an impact on the girls. Before coming to Cabrini as the assistant coach of the women's basketball team, Corcoran coached at Ursinus College.

Freshman athlete ready for the next level

He is only 18 years old and a freshman, yet Victor O'Connor is on the Cavaliers men's varsity basketball team. He was also given a COPE award, which is a grant for sports from Cabrini. O'Connor is from West Philadelphia, where he attended West Catholic High School.

Swim team stays afloat

Hop on in the pool and meet Cabrini's swim team. The girls range from a senior to some freshman and everything in between. Senior Gina Treml, junior Christina Callahan, sophomores Heather Pino, Nina Scimenes, Lauren Walker, Ashley Earle, and freshmen Kristen Longa, Courtney Storey and Jori Edwards all make up the 2003-2004 Lady Cavaliers swim team, which is coached by Michael Kernicky.

The big transition

Imagine playing a sport all of your life, then adjusting to college while still playing a sport. Meet Talia Giordano, a freshman soccer player. Giordano has been playing soccer since the second grade. For her, coming to college has been a big adjustment because she is not living at home, she is meeting new people, and doing things by herself.

Why athletes choose Cabrini

Ever wonder what it takes to be a Cabrini athlete? How did the college get such great and dedicated players? Well here's a little inside scoop for all of the wonderers out there. Heather St. Amour, junior captain of the women's soccer team, visited Cabrini while watching a tournament.

Ed majors prepare for changing environments

Education has become an extremely popular major because a lot of older teachers are retiring, leaving the new teachers to deal with higher qualifications as well as the theory of no child stays behind and technology. Dr. Thomas Stretton, Jr., an education professor, said that the no child staying behind theory is a very complex federal program initiated by the Bush administration, which will guarantee students literacy at a higher level.

Women:equal but different in business

The 1950s are over and women are in the workplace and securing certain jobs. Ellen Boyar, a translation manager for the Thompson Institute for Scientific Information in downtown Philadelphia, gave great insight to this topic. When asked if there was ever unfair treatment she said, "no, but there was certainly treatment differences because I am a woman.

Sugarcoating of the U.S. media

People in other countries see a somewhat different Iraq war than the people in the United States. U.S. media and the media in other countries show a different view of the war. The United States government was preparing themselves for a huge propaganda war.

Sugarcoating of the U.S. media

People in other countries see a somewhat different Iraq war than the people in the United States. U.S. media and the media in other countries show a different view of the war. The United States government was preparing themselves for a huge propaganda war.

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