Kimberly White

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Seminar 300 not living up to expectations

I have spent two hours of every Thursday for the past three months at Hancock Elementary School, a school in Norristown. As an English and communication major, one may wonder why I spent over 15 hours at an elementary school during this semester for my seminar 300 class.

Prior bad acts’ permitted in Michael Jackson case

Conspiracy to commit child abduction, false imprisonment, extortion, three counts of committing lewd acts upon a child, attempted lewd acts upon a child and four counts of administering intoxicating agents to assist in the commission of a felony: these are all charges for which Michael Jackson is being tried.

Having the ‘time of their lives’

Cabrini students and guests dazzled the ballroom as they had "the time of their lives" at Cabrini's formal Friday night. Students enjoyed dancing the night away as they listened to up-beat and popular songs from a "younger disc jockey," according to junior Pat Downs.

Classes not transferable

Ensuring one's graduation from college in a specific year is crucial. Although some students claim to be on the "five or six year plan," most college students plan on receiving their bachelor's degree after successfully completing four years. Graduating on time is a major thought on most students' minds, although for some people it's a question as to whether or not it will happen.

C3 presents Commuter Day

An abundance of refreshments, arts and crafts and free give-a-ways filled the Grace Hall boardroom as delighted students enjoyed the exciting activities on display. "Commuter Rendez-vous" a.k.a. Commuter Appreciation Day, was held on Thursday Feb. 10 from 11 a.

Gender pay gap

Women professors earn about 80 percent of what men professors earn, according to the American Association of University Professors. Although the laws enforce equal pay among women and men in the workplace, specific examples prove that equally qualified and experienced women earn less than their male counterparts.

Resident, Commuter

From the fall of 2001 through the spring of 2002 I wanted nothing to do with college. I attended various college tours and presentations simply to humor my parents, or to get out of the daily, predictable high school class routine. I wasn't thrilled to be finishing high school and my main focus was on the fun I planned on having before the dreadful beginning of college.

Rethinking extent of reality television

With the 21st century invasion of reality shows, people are bound to wonder if television has taken the spoof too far. While it is nice to see people humiliate themselves every now and then in front of millions of people weekly, you have to admit that the stint gets old after a while.

Mastronardi recipients dedicated to service

Kimberly White Staff Writer kmw722@cabrini.edu Two students were extremely grateful to be presented with the Charles A. Mastronardi service and leadership award at the Cabrini day event on Thursday, Nov. 11. Megan Beauduy and Michaela McGowan are two Cabrini students who received the award that is presented to deserving students once every year.

CO-OP offers real life work opportunities

Interested in earning college credit for working at a current job? Interested in applying for a job that will provide experience in a specific career field, while earning college credit and a few extra bucks? If so, contact Nancy Hutchison, director of the co-op and career service center, in room 106 of Grace Hall today.

Seminar 300 not living up to expectations

I have spent two hours of every Thursday for the past three months at Hancock Elementary School, a school in Norristown. As an English and communication major, one may wonder why I spent over 15 hours at an elementary school during this semester for my seminar 300 class.

Prior bad acts’ permitted in Michael Jackson case

Conspiracy to commit child abduction, false imprisonment, extortion, three counts of committing lewd acts upon a child, attempted lewd acts upon a child and four counts of administering intoxicating agents to assist in the commission of a felony: these are all charges for which Michael Jackson is being tried.

Having the ‘time of their lives’

Cabrini students and guests dazzled the ballroom as they had "the time of their lives" at Cabrini's formal Friday night. Students enjoyed dancing the night away as they listened to up-beat and popular songs from a "younger disc jockey," according to junior Pat Downs.

Classes not transferable

Ensuring one's graduation from college in a specific year is crucial. Although some students claim to be on the "five or six year plan," most college students plan on receiving their bachelor's degree after successfully completing four years. Graduating on time is a major thought on most students' minds, although for some people it's a question as to whether or not it will happen.

C3 presents Commuter Day

An abundance of refreshments, arts and crafts and free give-a-ways filled the Grace Hall boardroom as delighted students enjoyed the exciting activities on display. "Commuter Rendez-vous" a.k.a. Commuter Appreciation Day, was held on Thursday Feb. 10 from 11 a.

Gender pay gap

Women professors earn about 80 percent of what men professors earn, according to the American Association of University Professors. Although the laws enforce equal pay among women and men in the workplace, specific examples prove that equally qualified and experienced women earn less than their male counterparts.

Resident, Commuter

From the fall of 2001 through the spring of 2002 I wanted nothing to do with college. I attended various college tours and presentations simply to humor my parents, or to get out of the daily, predictable high school class routine. I wasn't thrilled to be finishing high school and my main focus was on the fun I planned on having before the dreadful beginning of college.

Rethinking extent of reality television

With the 21st century invasion of reality shows, people are bound to wonder if television has taken the spoof too far. While it is nice to see people humiliate themselves every now and then in front of millions of people weekly, you have to admit that the stint gets old after a while.

Mastronardi recipients dedicated to service

Kimberly White Staff Writer kmw722@cabrini.edu Two students were extremely grateful to be presented with the Charles A. Mastronardi service and leadership award at the Cabrini day event on Thursday, Nov. 11. Megan Beauduy and Michaela McGowan are two Cabrini students who received the award that is presented to deserving students once every year.

CO-OP offers real life work opportunities

Interested in earning college credit for working at a current job? Interested in applying for a job that will provide experience in a specific career field, while earning college credit and a few extra bucks? If so, contact Nancy Hutchison, director of the co-op and career service center, in room 106 of Grace Hall today.

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