Kathryn Taylor

Articles by Kathryn Taylor

No more deaths organization: humanitarian aid at border is never a crime

  We are the United States. We go to war to protect freedom and we are committing acts of genocide. Humanitarian aid is never… Read More

College seniors are worried what the job market may look like after COVID-19

In the best of times, it can be difficult for a student to find a job right after college. It can be even more… Read More

One Direction set to reunite as a band after going on hiatus in 2015

One Direction fans, hold onto your seats! Five years after the band decided to go on a hiatus, former One Direction member Liam Payne… Read More

Beauty influencer James Charles faces backlash over “mugshot” Tik Tok challenge

James Charles can’t seem to catch a break as he is now facing another scandal. The 20-year old beauty influencer is facing backlash after… Read More

Fast fashion brand Fashion Nova tries to profit off of COVID-19 stimulus checks

Fast fashion brand Fashion Nova is facing backlash from the public after their recent attempt to drive sales to their website. On Wed., April 15,… Read More

Living with spina bifida, an invisible disorder

Cabrini freshman Thomas Ryan looks like an average freshman. But his story, even before he was born, was one for the record books. He… Read More

Editorial: Mental illness does not discriminate, but the way we react does

Millions of young adults in the U.S. are affected by mental illness each year. Mental illness can be defined as a “mental, behavioral, or… Read More

Student makes organic soap to support horse rescue organization

When we stepped out of the car onto her property in front of her big green roofed barn, we could hear the horses galloping,… Read More

Special Olympics: defeating stigmas and stereotypes

Recently, there was a proposal made for the 2020 budget cut regarding the Special Olympics. President Trump also wants to cut out Medicaid, within… Read More

Sodexo food service given a low rating by students

Among Cabrini University students, the majority strongly dislikes the food service provider Sodexo. But why? On average, Sodexo is compensated about $3,000,000 a year… Read More

No more deaths organization: humanitarian aid at border is never a crime

  We are the United States. We go to war to protect freedom and we are committing acts of genocide. Humanitarian aid is never… Read More

College seniors are worried what the job market may look like after COVID-19

In the best of times, it can be difficult for a student to find a job right after college. It can be even more… Read More

One Direction set to reunite as a band after going on hiatus in 2015

One Direction fans, hold onto your seats! Five years after the band decided to go on a hiatus, former One Direction member Liam Payne… Read More

Beauty influencer James Charles faces backlash over “mugshot” Tik Tok challenge

James Charles can’t seem to catch a break as he is now facing another scandal. The 20-year old beauty influencer is facing backlash after… Read More

Fast fashion brand Fashion Nova tries to profit off of COVID-19 stimulus checks

Fast fashion brand Fashion Nova is facing backlash from the public after their recent attempt to drive sales to their website. On Wed., April 15,… Read More

Living with spina bifida, an invisible disorder

Cabrini freshman Thomas Ryan looks like an average freshman. But his story, even before he was born, was one for the record books. He… Read More

Editorial: Mental illness does not discriminate, but the way we react does

Millions of young adults in the U.S. are affected by mental illness each year. Mental illness can be defined as a “mental, behavioral, or… Read More

Student makes organic soap to support horse rescue organization

When we stepped out of the car onto her property in front of her big green roofed barn, we could hear the horses galloping,… Read More

Special Olympics: defeating stigmas and stereotypes

Recently, there was a proposal made for the 2020 budget cut regarding the Special Olympics. President Trump also wants to cut out Medicaid, within… Read More

Sodexo food service given a low rating by students

Among Cabrini University students, the majority strongly dislikes the food service provider Sodexo. But why? On average, Sodexo is compensated about $3,000,000 a year… Read More
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