Kevin Moylett

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Cavaliers back on the winning track

The men’s lacrosse team entered today’s game coming off three straight losses. The No.12 Cavs got off to a hot start this season, winning… Read More

Commentary: Big 5 well represented in the big dance

Three local schools have received bids to play in the 2016 NCAA men’s basketball tournament this season. Villanova, Saint Joseph’s and Temple will be… Read More

The women’s basketball season is over but not lost

The women’s basketball season ended in the first round of the NCAA tournament against Marymount University. The loss does not take away from what… Read More

Women’s basketball wins fourth consecutive CSAC title

Winning the CSAC championship is something to expect now from the Cabrini women’s basketball team. For the fourth consecutive year the Cavaliers have been… Read More

Downey leads Cabrini to upset over Lynchburg

A battle of ranked teams certainly did not disappoint at Edith Robb Dixon field this afternoon. No. 5 Lynchburg visited No. 17 Cabrini in… Read More

Women’s basketball advances to semi-final round of CSAC tournament

The three-time reigning Colonial State Athletic Conference tournament champions started their run for a fourth consecutive title on Monday night. The No. 3 seeded… Read More

Cabrini sweeps CSAC championship Saturday

Cabrini athletics had quite a day on CSAC championship Saturday. All four teams that competed in a CSAC Championship game came away victorious. The… Read More

Philly Sports Box Oct. 14, 2015

Patrick’s Q&A: Pat: The Eagles beat the Saints 39-17 on Sun- day. They are now 2-3 overall and playing the Giants on Monday Night… Read More

Philly Sports Box Oct. 4, 2015

Patrick’s Q&A Pat: The Philadelphia Eagles lost 23-20 to the Washington Redskins on Sunday. What did you think was the biggest reason for the… Read More

Philly Sports Box Sept. 30, 2015

Patrick’s Q&A: Pat: The Eagles offen- sive line struggled in the first two games of the sea- son. What did you think of their… Read More

Is study abroad really worth it?

Traveling the world is something many people dream of doing. The thing is you have to spend a lot of money to do it.

Cabrini Dining Services makes changes

Read up, Cabrini students, because there have been some changes to Cav Cash and meal exchange this year at Cabrini. There is a chance… Read More

Wolfington Center and Campus Ministry give back to the community

The Wolfington Center and Campus Ministry treat homelessness as a serious issue that they address through using their resources to help those in need.

Changes made to CAV Cash

This year, CAV Cash and meal exchange can no longer be used at locations that had this system in the past.

Are you watching? Must-see new and returning shows

There are a lot of new shows to look forward to watching this fall. A series that has been strongly advertised is “Gotham,” starring Ben McKenzie. It’s described as the origin story of the future police commissioner Jim Gordon. But seriously a Gotham without Batman? No thank you. “Gotham,” which premiered on Sept. 22, is on Fox and comes on Mondays at 8 p.m.

3 departments pilot mid-term grade reporting

For the fall 2014 semester, the business, mathematics and education departments will be reporting mid-term grades. As of now only these three departments will be required to input mid-term grades. These departments will be piloting the midterm grade reporting so that academic affairs can review the process and adjust anything if necessary.

LEADStrong’s First Workshop

LEADStrong prepares students through a holistic leadership experience to become socially responsible leaders engaged within diverse communities. This is the mission statement of the… Read More

Stauffer and Peters join campus staff in respective offices

Sherry Peters has been hired to fill a new position created this year at Cabrini College. Peters' new position is now the administrative specialist within the Nerney Leadership Institure, located on the second floor of the Widener Center. Her main goal is to make the Nerney Leadership Institute's Executive Director's, Maria Vizcarrando, job easier. Part of the large appeal to Peters applying for the position was the diversity in the position. "I found myself getting very excited when I learned about this position and I thought at this junction in my life it was just what I needed."


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