Katie Clark

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Be good to your body with organic diet

Would you like to know what you are putting into your body by the foods you are eating? If so, one way to be absolutely sure of this is by switching to an all organic food diet. Organic food simply is food that does not contain any pesticides, artificial fertilizers or sewage sludge.

Child Stars: Where are they now?

Name: Mayim Bialik Age: 33 Then: Played Blossom Russo on her hit series "Blossom" from '91-'95. Now: Bialik has appeared in "Fat Actress" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm." She has recently given birth to her one-year-old son. Name: Jaleel White Age: 32 Then: Played Steve Urkel on "Family Matters" from '89 - '98.

‘LOST’ brings suspense and question

Are you lost in ABC's hit series "Lost?" Season four begins with even more questions than what season three left us with. By now many probably have realized that this is and will be the situation with "Lost" until the final episode, when we can only hope that all of our questions will be answered.

‘Super Tuesday’ leaves candidates in tight race

Primary elections were held on Feb. 5 in 24 states, the largest number of states, ever on one day, giving it the nickname, "Super Tuesday." "Super Tuesday" became the day when many delegates were chosen to go to their party's convention to select their candidate.

Positive idea gone up in smoke

As someone who has been recently trying to quit smoking cigarettes, it is difficult plenty of times to see people everywhere, especially celebrities, having a smoke. It just makes my craving for that one drag skyrocket. When I first heard about the idea of movies cutting out many scenes with smoking in them and put habits like chewing gum or biting nails in their place, I was relieved.

So, think you can dance?

Many people may have been sucked into last summer's hit reality show, "So you think you can dance," yet again for another amazing season. This fall they kicked off their world tour with the top ten contestants of the show including some special appearances.

Nights of thrills and chills

Take a tour through the old city's prison. See the "Terror Behind the Walls" of the abandoned and haunted jail located on Fairmount Ave. in Philadelphia. It will be open every weekend for the rest of the month and also on the dates of the 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30 and 31 of October.

The N Crowd: Philly’s improv group

Philadelphia concluded their 11th annual Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and the Philly Fringe Festival on Sept. 15. The festivals began on Aug. 31 and ran for three weeks. According to Philadelphia's official festival website, The Philadelphia Live Arts festival are events that are performed by successful contemporary artists.

Maki provides musical relaxation during lunch

Singer and songwriter, Venice Maki performed for students and staff in Jazzman's on Sept. 6. The artist performed an hour long concert for free. He created a laid-back atmosphere where students gathered in between classes, as Maki sang acoustic. "Commuters can come and relax in between classes.

iPhone: Grasp technology in the palm of your hand

By now almost everyone has at least seen or heard about the iPhone. Some have been even lucky enough to hold the new technology super-model. The new iPhone came out on June 29 provided by AT&T and made by Apple, the same maker of the iPod and iTunes.

Campus celebrates Fall Fest

Fall Fest and Homecoming weekend swarmed with families, friends, faculty, alumni and students who participated in the string of activities that Cabrini hosted Oct. 6-8. On Saturday, Oct. 7, one of the main events that took place was the dedication of the Edith Robb Dixon Field.

Plans for new student center raise costly questions

The talk around campus is that a new student center is being planned for the near future. This new center will be built where the walkways are between Founder's Hall and the Widener Center. The estimated cost for this new project is between $22 million to $25 million.

Men of Civil War honored in new book

This past summer, Dr. James Hedtke published his second book, "Ordinary Men of Valor." Hedtke is a professor and chair of the history and political science department here at Cabrini College. The book honors the "ordinary" soldiers of the Civil War. The soldiers that he honors are from his home county, Genesee County, in New York.

Race-segregated ‘Survivor’ series sparks controversy among campus opinions

On Sept. 14, the new season of "Survivor" premiered. Unlike the previous years, this year the show's setup has changed. "Survivor: Cook Islands" has taken an unexpected twist and divided the teams up among race. This year the 20 contestants will be broken into teams of four.


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