Kaitlyn D'Ambrosio

Articles by Kaitlyn D'Ambrosio

Cabrini University thinks pink, spreads breast cancer awareness

Cabrini students and staff united together to celebrate Think Pink day. An entire day dedicated to promoting awareness to breast cancer. Cabrini Health services… Read More

Bill Cosby trial raises questions about consent

In June, television personality Bill Cosby left the Montgomery County courthouse after his trial landed in a deadlock and was declared a mistrial. Cosby… Read More

Drug-overdose walk provides hope and awareness of the dangers of addiction

In 2014, Christine Cocker-Hastings lost her brother to drug addiction after he overdosed. She then started the annual overdose awareness and memorial walk in… Read More

Nick Weisheipl: Cabrini’s first head coach for baseball

Cabrini University is starting baseball season with their new and first head coach Nick Weisheipl. Weisheipl has been coaching baseball for 14 years working… Read More

Stream it or go out and see it?

In the past year, I have only gone to the movie theaters a handful of times. It gets too expensive to go there. A… Read More

When professors were the pupils

Before professors were standing in the front of the room they were students in college ready to learn and taking on the next steps… Read More

The best and worst roommates at Cabrini

Living at college is full of excitement and mystery. Students are fully immersed in a new environment with new people, including a roommate. Sometimes… Read More

The top commercials during the Super Bowl LI

During the Super Bowl, friends and family gather around their televisions to eat finger foods to watch the biggest game of the year. For… Read More

First time voting as a college student

On Nov. 8, Americans decided who they wanted to run their community, state and country. It is a great privilege to live in the… Read More

What bathroom do transgender people use?

Over the past summer, corporate businesses have been under fire for changing their bathroom policies to allow transgender men and women to use the… Read More

Stop drinking from disposable bottles

One simple change.  That’s all it takes. One, small change in your every day habits can have an everlasting impact on the environment. The… Read More

Graduate student brings conservation habits from home country to Cabrini

It is easy to forget about conserving energy when it seems like there is an unlimited amount in our homes and dorms. Graduate student… Read More

Young adults play important role in historical movements

Throughout history, young adults have stood for their rights and tried to create change in their country. Kids and teens have played crucial roles… Read More

Domestic violence not just women’s issue, panel says

Dr. Karen Hudson experienced a tragedy that is every mother’s worst nightmare: the loss of a child. In 2015, Upper Darby police officer Mark… Read More

How far do your thoughts and prayers go?

Schools should not be targets for mass shootings. Concerts, churches, night clubs and movie theaters should not be a place where people have to worry… Read More

Buying fair trade: A local way to help communities around the world

Fair trade is involved in the everyday lives of individuals and people may not even realize it. It is in the morning when people… Read More

Campus Ministry reaches out to Philadelphians experiencing homelessness

Video by Kaitlyn D’Ambrosio. For many people, the city of Philadelphia is home. Sadly for some, their home does not include a comfortable bed… Read More

Children of divorce have a different Christmas than other families

During the holiday season, families and friends come together, exchange gifts and take part in the holiday spirit; however, this is easier said than… Read More

Plus-size women separated in stores

Editor’s Note: The surname of the subject in this article has been omitted to protect her the identity. 20-year-old Rebecca had many struggles regarding her size. Due… Read More

BAM students get immersive experience through NYC field trip

Cabrini University’s School of Business, Arts and Media goes above and beyond trying to prepare students for their prospective careers and helping them figure… Read More
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