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.

St. Patrick’s Day invades Scranton

Irish or not, Scranton, Pa. was the place to be on March 14. Thousands gathered on the downtown streets of the city for Scranton's 48th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.


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