Justin Sillner

Articles by Justin Sillner

Local speaker; world-renowned advocate

Speaker, pastor, author, social activist and sociologist are only some ways to describe Campolo. But his goal is to be known mostly as a devoted follower of Jesus.

Reality Check- Texting

So you meet someone at a party or you are introduced to someone through a friend, you come to realize you really like this… Read More

Black Swan: The psychological thriller that allows audiences to delve into the world of fine arts

Black Swan has captured it's audience with it's interpretation of the determination of a young ballerina's journey to perfection.

Haiti’s struggle continues

“We [CRS] were there with them through the earthquake, we will be there for them for the years and years to come for their development.”

Annual tournament promotes Fair Trade

October is Fair Trade month and on Oct. 18, 19 and 25, students will be participating in Cabrini’s annual Wallyball Tournament.

Businesses burnt by new tanning tax

“I can’t wait to see what the government taxes next. We probably won’t even be able to tan the old-fashioned way, out in the sun.”

Player Profile: Chris Sarvadi

"He has the elements of the game the rest of the team wants"

From high school to the front line

"I'd like to say that I served my country but I just really hope that I could live to say it.”

People Poll-MarchMadness

Who do you think will win March Madness? Chris Blake, senior communication major: “Kentucky has a good chance. They played great all year. John… Read More

Player Profile: Kevin Misevicius

Standing at 6 feet 6 inches tall, Kevin Misevicius displays his advantages on the basketball court.

Giddens leads track team

Freshman Danica Giddens marked her second appearance of the season at the New York City Armory in the elite-level of the New Balance Collegiate Invitational. Giddens was the only member of the team to qualify for Cabrini. Both the men's and women's track and field team were scheduled to compete in another event on Saturday, Feb.

Arts & Entertainment Blurbals

'Hills' star seeks perfection by becoming plastic Reality star Heidi Montag recently went under the knife on a quest to reach perfection. The 23-year-old's procedures included a mini brow lift, Botox nose job, fat injections in her cheeks and lips, a chin reduction, liposuction to her neck, her ears pinned back, buttocks augmentation, liposuction to her waist and thighs and breast augmentation revision.

Art viewers get lost in lace exhibit

When people think of oil tanks, rusty old tanks usually come to mind. Leave it to welder turned artist Cal Lane to take a simple oil tank and transform it into a giant doily. This was one of many art pieces displayed at Lace in Translation. Lace In Translation is a new exhibit presented by the Design Center at the University of Philadelphia.

Cable outage on campus upsets students

I'm sure I'm not the only one who was pretty frustrated when I woke up a couple of weeks ago to find that none of the channels on my television worked. I frantically searched the channels I used to watch everyday to find that there were mostly all gone. After cooling down a bit, I thought to myself that it was probably just a temporary thing and that it would work again after my 10 minute shower.

Students journey through time in comical play

A mixture of comedy and politics comes together in this semester's production from the Cabrini College Theater. "The Complete History of America Abridged" takes the audience on a historical journey while giving a humorous twist to each era. The production has brought in many audience members each night.

Cabrini students represent WYBF on the radio airwaves in Austin

Barbecue, football and broadcasting. Music, multimedia and live music. Tex-Mex and Twitter. These things made up the lives of about 10,000 college and high school students around the world during weekend the of Oct. 30 to Nov.1. Students journeyed to Austin, Tx.

‘This is It:’ Michael Jackson takes last bow on stage

"Thriller," "Billie Jean," "Beat It," "Wanna Be Startin' Something." We all have our favorite Michael Jackson song. Unfortunately, many of us were not able to see him live in concert. Fans will get to experience the glory of the thriller in his new movie "This is It," released Wednesday, Oct.

Celeb news dominates headlines

It is very rare to turn on the television nowadays and not see Kim Kardashian on the screen. Entertainment news has gotten pretty out of control lately. Americans have become more obsessed with celebrity gossip rather than world issues that could affect their lives.

Fullerton dominates airwaves at Cabrini

Sixty hours of on-air play every week, 28 computers, four high definition video cameras and a handful of flip videos. No, it's not high voltages of electricity that keeps Cabrini's communication department running, it's Heather Fullerton. Fullerton is the coordinator of the communications department at Cabrini College.

Jaiquann Beckham: ‘I.Am.’ my dream

Oprah. Yes, Oprah. The all powerful Oprah. People often joke about her one day ruling the world or starting her own country, but no one can deny that the woman seems to have an almost magical way of changing someone's life for the better. Not sold on the idea? Well, ask Jaiquann Beckham.


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