Jill C. Hindman

Articles by Jill C. Hindman

Hershey’s chocolate can make anyone smile

photos courtesy of Hersheys.com by Jill C. Hindman assistant features editor It comes wrapped in a shiny silver piece of paper. When you unwrap… Read More

Winter fun on the waterfront

courtesy of Lisa Simonetti What winter would be complete without a little ice-skating? If you have not yet experienced the RiverRink at Penn’s Landing… Read More

Remembering the past: Celebrating freedom

Slavery is a common word that we all have heard and have some general knowledge about. If you were to look it up in… Read More

Ravens Come Out on Top against Giants

by Jill Hindman by Jill Hindman assistant features editor Tampa, FL, was the place to be this past weekend. As the Budweiser Blimp floated… Read More

Banquet shows awareness of world hunger

Joe Holden by Jill C. Hindman assistant features editor Here is some food for thought. When we are hungry we go to the refrigerator… Read More

Acting out laughter

Matt Holmes by Jill C. Hindman assistant features editor For the past eight weeks members of the Improv Troupe have been giving their time… Read More

Other Traditional Treats

by Jill C. Hindman Dressing up in costumes, bobbing for apples and trick-or-treating are some of Halloween’s most famous traditions.While growing up we all… Read More

‘Up with People’ gets down at the Dixon Center

"Up with People," an international dancing and music group that travels to different countries with their show, performed in the Dixon Center to a large and diverse crowd.

What I’ve learned: Carpe diem everyday

Smile often, laugh hard and have fun. Do things that will make your heart smile even if you are afraid. Listen to others, but wisely. Don't let someone else live your life, they have one of their own. If you bought a new shirt and you spent a ton of money on it and you don't want anyone to borrow it, it is okay to say so.

Take a moment to enjoy…THE VIEW

The tickets say that you must be there by 9:30 a.m. sharp. In order to get from Philly to New York City we took a 5:42 a.m. train, and I am the complete opposite of what some like to call "a morning person," but this experience was well worth the lost minutes of sweet dreams.

Livin’ In A Land…Down Under

Imagine waking up everyday going to a few classes and then hitting the beach with your board. That is the life of Cabrini junior, Pasquale Bocchicchio, who is studying abroad this semester in Queensland, Australia. He shares his experience at Bond University and his life as an Aussie on the Gold Coast.

I love New York

As we drove over the Varizano Bridge I peered out of the window and saw a light resting faintly in the New York City sky. It was a foggy night so the bright beams that now project in the sky as a tribute to those that lost their lives on Sept. 11. appeared as a halo floating over the city.

How Cupid Struck Cabrini

True believers of fate would agree that everything happens for a reason. When certain stars cross and magic happens, more times than none it is when we least expect it. A Roast Beef Romance Dawn was all business with a school bag that her friends referred to as "the briefcase" and the big bows that she wore in her hair, while Dan was more alternative with his long hair that he permed and put in cornrows.

Be All You Can Be

At 4:30 a.m. on the button the bullhorn blows. She jumps out of bed and thinks to herself, "I have to get dressed, but wait I already am!" She throws on her shoes and lines up outside with the 56 other girls that she shares a room with. In formation they run five miles before the sun even lets off its faintest ray of daylight.

A Taste of the Real World: Jenine J. Ikeler

She jumped off a 75-foot cliff in Negril, Jamaica, is addicted to anything vanilla and has had an internship with the highest rated local newscast in America. At 5'1" Jenine J. Ikeler might be short in size, but towers in experience. Ikeler, a senior English/communications major, had a mission last spring and that mission was to find an internship.

No one understands you like a sister

She is about three inches taller than me, but when she wears her knee-high boots she is almost six inches taller. She has cascading… Read More

Witchcraft: forget the broom

Amanda Howard When someone mentions witches we tend to think of Samantha on “Bewitched” with her cute little daughter Tabitha, or the Wicked Witch… Read More

Unforgettable encounter with angel in disguise

The first time I saw him he was standing waiting patiently for his turn in line at the bank. His clothes were ragged and… Read More


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