Karli Morello

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MacLelland named to Hoop team

Senior forward Bruce MacLelland was recently named to the Philadelphia Inquirer's 2007 Winter All-Academic hoops team. He carries a 3.7 grade point average and averages eight points and10 rebounds per game. "It is very humbling to know there are so many college basketball players in the area and to be picked as one of the top five for academic excellence means a lot," MacLelland said.

Lack of study in ovarian cancer raises concern

"I was speechless. I was numb. Whether you want to know it or not, they will explain it to you," Sandy Eubank of Riverside, NJ said when she found out she had ovarian cancer. Eubank was diagnosed with ovarian cancer six months ago and on April 24, 2007 found out that she beat it and is now in remission.

Golf: freshman Lawler named PAC Athlete of the Week

Freshman Chris Lawler was named PAC athlete of the week last week for his performance on Cabrini's golf team. "It felt good being named PAC player of the week because that shows how my playing well multiple times that week was recognized," Lawler said. Lawler has finished near the top out of all the players in his last two tournaments at Lebanon Valley and Moravian Invitationals.

Cabrini hosts health fair

Cabrini held its health fair in the Nerney Field House in the Dixon center on Thursday, March 24. There were a number of stations set up in the gym testing cholesterol, blood pressure, strength and endurance and more. Kristen N. Roscioli, a registered dietitian from St.

Softball hoping for comeback

The Cabrini women's softball team had some hard losses over the past few weeks in Arizona and at home but is ready to step up their game. The team hadn't stepped onto the dirt at all because of bad weather until their Pennsylvania Athletic Conference opener, a double header on March 27 against Alvernia.

Lady Cavs trample Rosemont 18-6

Cabrini women's lacrosse battled it out on their home turf against Rosemont on Wednesday, March 14. The team won 18-6, which was a big turn-over from their last game. The team played Ursinus on Monday, March 12 and gave it their best with a 13-14 loss in overtime.

Gold diggers: Not every beauty chooses money over true love

Are women in the relationship for love or for money? That is the question. A study was done by a company called Pocket Change, which hosts speed dating events for rich men and beautiful women, according to msnbc.msn.com. "Women don't ask 'So, what does he do for a living?' because they're interested in his personality and guys don't ask 'is she hot?' because they're concerned with character," states msnbc.

Department split could lead to less-steady career paths

Recently, the English and communication department has split into two separate majors. Basically, if you are a communication major, you don't have to be an English major and vice versa. I personally am just an English major but I have taken a fair share of communication classes, including writing for the Loquitur.

Clipping coupons cuts down expenses

Whether a college student is going grocery shopping, clothes shopping, going out to dinner or to the movies, it can hurt their pocket. A lot of college students take the time out to cut coupons out of newspapers and circulars or print them off-line but some don't think it's worth the effort.

Go red, for heart’s sake

GoRedForWomen.org is a website made for women by the American Heart Association to promote heart health and make women aware of how important it is. There are links throughout the website that can guide readers to what they need and want to know about maintaining a healthy heart.

Desire and emotion surround Cupid’s story

When you think of Valentine's day, Cupid usually springs to mind as the bringer of love. Cupid is a large part of Valentine's Day and the celebration of love. Most people believe him to be a cute angel with love arrows that are romantic to decorate with but there is actually a story behind how Cupid became who he is known as today but not many know the story behind the face of Valentine's Day.

Guide to undiscovered courses

Before you know it, the most stressful part of the semester will be lurking around the corner; registration. First you have to get that appointment with your adviser to figure out what classes you have left to take, and then you finally figure out a schedule where you have no 8:15 classes and definitely no Friday classes.

Speaker expresses theories on love

Love is a feeling rather than an emotion were the words of Robert C. Soloman. But what is the difference? Solomon gave a lecture about love and how he feels that it is an emotion rather than a feeling. He called his lecture "Is love a second-hand emotion?" "You hear platitudes that love is wonderful and beautiful and so-on, but that is not what I am going to give you," Solomon said.

Love lecture to arrive on campus

Robert C. Solomon, Quincy Lee Centennial Professor of business and philosophy and distinguished teaching professor will be giving a lecture entitled, "Is Love a Second-Hand Motion?" on Monday, Nov. 20, at 11:30 a.m. He is a character and a voice in the movie "Waking Life.

Students test mice for cancer research

Assistant professor of biology Dr. David Dunbar and students, senior biology and Spanish major, Allison Superneau and fourth year biological sciences major Ashley Mayer, are testing genes in two mice to understand what genes are involved with abnormal mammary glands.

The college caffeine fix is an unhealthy habit

There is nothing like that 8 a.m. pick-me-up before your 8:15 class that you dread. As you walk into Jazzman's with your eyes half-open and mumble an order for a grande, regular coffee, you don't think you're going to make it through the rest of the day. Then finally, you get that first sip of that hot, steamy substance that awakens your senses and gets your blood pumping.

Concert Beats

Trocadero 10/15 Norma Jean Norma Jean is a Christian metal band on their "Radio Rebellion Tour" promoting their newest CD "Redeemer" that came out in September. Doors open at 7 p.m. 10/17 Pennywise Pennywise is a punk rock band on their Canada tour but making a few stops in the tri-state area.

Movie Review: “Jackass II”

Jackass Number Two" threw viewers out of their chairs laughing hysterically in the theaters last week. From the butt-hole beer bonging and the fire hose rodeo to the familiar paint ball in the unmentionables, these guys are back and giving viewers what they want, tenfold.

The love of film drives local venue

Classic films, independent films and new releases are only a few choices that movie lovers have when they visit the Bryn Mawr Film Institute. The BMFI is a non-profit community theater located on Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr, Pa. The Institute shows movies, old and new, offers classes about many genres of cinema and has a lot of history.

Your next computer may be your cell phone

It goes without saying that college students spend the majority of their time on the internet, but the question is: are they on the computer or their cell phone? The word "phone" is an understatement when it comes to what is on the market today. It is almost impossible to find a cell phone that is not equipped with a camera and it is becoming rare to find one that cannot access the internet.


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