Justin Barnes

Lifestyles Editor 2018-2019, Cabrini University Class of 2020, and avid pop culture fan.

Articles by Justin Barnes

Behind a screen or in person, bullying is bullying

Name calling, harassment and other forms of bullying are already a big challenge with today’s youth. However, with smart phones, the internet and social… Read More

Disney sequels and live-action remakes: morals or money?

Remakes have become a common trope for movies in recent years. However, there has been a lot of concern over why there are so… Read More

I love monsters. Does that make me one?

“Well, the first thing is that I love monsters. I identify with monsters.” When I first heard that quote from my idol, writer and… Read More

Fear and terror: a different kind of “fun”

John Carpenter’s “Halloween” is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. To this day, it remains a popular horror film among audiences. Even though there… Read More

Tired of uploading photos? Diagnosis: image overload

Smartphone cameras are being used 24/7 by millions of people every day. A 2015 report from Gigaom found that the average smartphone user has about… Read More

‘Venom’ takes a bite out of the box office as critics and audiences clash.

There have been several instances where movie critics and audiences disagree on films. Now, the latest Sony-produced Marvel movie has been added to growing… Read More

Meet the Orientation Coordinators

Anna Russo Anna Russo is a senior sociology major who became orientation leader at the beginning of her sophomore year. She wanted to be… Read More

NFL player faces DUI; athlete misconduct sparks debate

On Feb. 26, New York Jets linebacker Dylan Donahue was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated, or DWI, for driving the wrong way in… Read More

Lacrosse seniors look to clench final CSAC championship

As the year comes to a close, seniors feel an urge to make sure they end the activities they’re involved in on a high… Read More

Connected digitally, disconnected in reality

Smartphones are a huge advancement and absolute necessity in today’s world. People carry them around to communicate with others, use the Internet, and a… Read More

Dead fathers a new trend in 2017’s most popular films

Warning: this article contains spoilers. There seems to be a recurring pattern in a select number of this year’s most popular movies. Father figures… Read More

Nazism in video games reflects our society today

Nazis have been a popular choice of villains in video games for a while. They are an especially popular choice in first-person shooter games;… Read More

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ introduces Marvel’s first LGBTQ+ character

The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s latest edition, “Thor: Ragnarok,” recently announced that one of the lead characters would be the MCU’s first LGBTQ+ character, Valkyrie,… Read More

Is ‘Blade Runner 2049’ the most human sequel ever?

Warning: This article contains spoilers.  Even though it is doing poorly at the box office, “Blade Runner 2049” is garnering a reputation of being… Read More

3rd gender promotes diversity acceptance

California’s inclusion of a third gender is taking a huge step in promoting diversity across America. On Sunday, Oct. 15, California governor Jerry Brown… Read More

Wolfington Center promotes social justice at Cabrini

Ever since its founding, the Wolfington Center has continued to promote social justice throughout the Cabrini community. Directed by Thomas Southard, the center was… Read More

Omicron Delta Kappa co-president, criminology club president crowned Mr. and Ms. Cabrini

Friday, Oct. 13 2017 was a memorable night for seniors Jack Dunleavy and Morgan Comolli as they were crowned 2017’s Mr. and Ms. Cabrini.… Read More

Nerney Leadership Institute enhances leadership skills at Cabrini

Founded in the spring of 2013, the Nerney Leadership Institute at Cabrini is dedicated to enhancing leadership skills around campus. The institute was founded… Read More

Omicron Delta Kappa co-president involved on campus

Cabrini senior Jack Dunleavy has left his mark on Cabrini community ever since he first started as a freshman. Dunleavy is an English and… Read More

‘It’ floats to the top after 27 years

Stephen King’s novel “It” is regarded by many to be one of his best works, having been nominated for and won several awards. In… Read More


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