Justin Hallman

Articles by Justin Hallman

Captain overcomes hardships

"Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant." - Horace Entering Cabrini College as ability-laden lacrosse player out of St. Joseph's Prep High School, Mike Cottone was looked at as constant at the next level in the bright future of Cavaliers lacrosse.

Less Is More

Contradicting yourself isn't the best way of proving that you're right, however I'm going to try and do that now. I'm writing this story on my lap top computer and will send it via e-mail for publication. It's a great commodity of convenience, I'll admit it, but I always come to a realization that the technology and modern advances we come across every year that make things easier, might just make them difficult.

Memories of a Lifetime

When I think back at all the fun and memorable times I've had in my 20 years of being on this Earth, there is only one thing that consistently each and every year has made me smile, laugh, and cry. I remember; I will always remember the smell, the view, the feeling; the overall feeling of being there was incredible.

Seniors forced off campus

With an influx of students and a limited amount of room availability, many students will be forced to live off campus for the 2004-2005 academic year. In addition, many underclassmen will be making the choice to live off campus, starting in the fall semester because they are afraid to be in the same situation next year.

SGA sets budgets for student organizations

For the past month, SGA has been viewing budget proposals made by various campus wide organizations for the 2004 spring semester at Cabrini. The Student Organization Funding Committee handles all on-campus budget proposals and hearings, and works under the Student Government Association.

Upperclassmen to benefit from job fair

Graduating seniors all face the harsh reality of the real world as soon as they leave the friendly confines of a college campus. Any assistance is helpful and Cabrini students have an ample opportunity for such support at the "Backpack to Briefcase" event being held Tuesday, Feb.

Maintenance problems cause stir in dorms

Maintenance concerns are yet another problem on campus these days. Adding to the housing complications currently in the dorms is complaints about heat, bathrooms and other odds and ends throughout the residence halls. A problem above all that students are whispering about is that Facilities is failing to respond in what they feel should be a timely fashion, if at all.

Crunching numbers

The most important numbers besides Campus Corner come March 14 are going to be 1, 2, 3, and 28,970. On Friday, March 14, 2004, Cabrini College students find out their housing assignments for next year. Just recently, all on-campus residents received a small packet informing us about the Housing Lottery and selection process to be held on February 10 and 11.

The truth of the Philadelphia streets

Bum! Get off the street loser! Go get a job! These stereotypes are all too common when referring to homeless people. In fact, I'm sure you too might have used one of these or another degrading remark right at a homeless person or quietly to your friends. Don't get me wrong; I'm ashamed at the fact that I have done the same thing.

Music of the future

The future is near in the world of multimedia, namely music. On the cusp of the controversies of illegal downloading and wrongful file sharing, an alternative source to CD's is being developed. So throw away your walkmans, toss your CD burners in the garbage, and trash your brand new head unit, because the time has come for fingertip-sized memory tabs.

Captain overcomes hardships

"Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant." - Horace Entering Cabrini College as ability-laden lacrosse player out of St. Joseph's Prep High School, Mike Cottone was looked at as constant at the next level in the bright future of Cavaliers lacrosse.

Less Is More

Contradicting yourself isn't the best way of proving that you're right, however I'm going to try and do that now. I'm writing this story on my lap top computer and will send it via e-mail for publication. It's a great commodity of convenience, I'll admit it, but I always come to a realization that the technology and modern advances we come across every year that make things easier, might just make them difficult.

Memories of a Lifetime

When I think back at all the fun and memorable times I've had in my 20 years of being on this Earth, there is only one thing that consistently each and every year has made me smile, laugh, and cry. I remember; I will always remember the smell, the view, the feeling; the overall feeling of being there was incredible.

Seniors forced off campus

With an influx of students and a limited amount of room availability, many students will be forced to live off campus for the 2004-2005 academic year. In addition, many underclassmen will be making the choice to live off campus, starting in the fall semester because they are afraid to be in the same situation next year.

SGA sets budgets for student organizations

For the past month, SGA has been viewing budget proposals made by various campus wide organizations for the 2004 spring semester at Cabrini. The Student Organization Funding Committee handles all on-campus budget proposals and hearings, and works under the Student Government Association.

Upperclassmen to benefit from job fair

Graduating seniors all face the harsh reality of the real world as soon as they leave the friendly confines of a college campus. Any assistance is helpful and Cabrini students have an ample opportunity for such support at the "Backpack to Briefcase" event being held Tuesday, Feb.

Maintenance problems cause stir in dorms

Maintenance concerns are yet another problem on campus these days. Adding to the housing complications currently in the dorms is complaints about heat, bathrooms and other odds and ends throughout the residence halls. A problem above all that students are whispering about is that Facilities is failing to respond in what they feel should be a timely fashion, if at all.

Crunching numbers

The most important numbers besides Campus Corner come March 14 are going to be 1, 2, 3, and 28,970. On Friday, March 14, 2004, Cabrini College students find out their housing assignments for next year. Just recently, all on-campus residents received a small packet informing us about the Housing Lottery and selection process to be held on February 10 and 11.

The truth of the Philadelphia streets

Bum! Get off the street loser! Go get a job! These stereotypes are all too common when referring to homeless people. In fact, I'm sure you too might have used one of these or another degrading remark right at a homeless person or quietly to your friends. Don't get me wrong; I'm ashamed at the fact that I have done the same thing.

Music of the future

The future is near in the world of multimedia, namely music. On the cusp of the controversies of illegal downloading and wrongful file sharing, an alternative source to CD's is being developed. So throw away your walkmans, toss your CD burners in the garbage, and trash your brand new head unit, because the time has come for fingertip-sized memory tabs.

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