Kris Genther

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Rain or shine, Lady Cavaliers find way to win

As the rain poured and the wind howled, the Cabrini women's soccer team recorded its second straight win to beat Keystone College 3 to 0. With the win, Cabrini moves back to .500 and improved their conference standing to 5 to 3. The first half was a stalemate, with both teams struggling for control on the wet turf.

Former chief executive speaks on leadership

"There are no born leaders," Robert Pucci, former chief executive at the Main Line Chamber of Commerce, said. Rather ,"leadership comes from doing the right thing when the opportunity arises." Pucci has had 29 years of leadership, spending many of them at the Main Line Federal Savings Bank, where he served as the chief executive officer.

News Blurbals

$700 bil. bailout passed, markets continue to fall President Bush, following passage by the House and Senate, has signed the $700 billion bailout into law. The bailout plan passed on its second try, after tax cuts and more government insurance were added to sweeten the deal.

Professors lead freshmen students in ‘engaged learning’

Taking 19 college freshmen on a two-night trip to Washington, D.C. might seem like a recipe for disaster, but not in the eyes of three Cabrini professors. In fact, Dr. Nancy Watterson, assistant professor of social justice and American studies, Dr. Daryl Mace, assistant professor of history and Dr.

New director to launch GSA club

If you ask Melissa Waters, the new director of Student Diversity Initiatives at Cabrini College, how she found Cabrini she will tell you was an accident, but she is quick to point out that it has been the most "phenomenal" thing ever to happen to her. She has been tasked with building an organization in support of minority, gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual students.

Rain or shine, Lady Cavaliers find way to win

As the rain poured and the wind howled, the Cabrini women's soccer team recorded its second straight win to beat Keystone College 3 to 0. With the win, Cabrini moves back to .500 and improved their conference standing to 5 to 3. The first half was a stalemate, with both teams struggling for control on the wet turf.

Former chief executive speaks on leadership

"There are no born leaders," Robert Pucci, former chief executive at the Main Line Chamber of Commerce, said. Rather ,"leadership comes from doing the right thing when the opportunity arises." Pucci has had 29 years of leadership, spending many of them at the Main Line Federal Savings Bank, where he served as the chief executive officer.

News Blurbals

$700 bil. bailout passed, markets continue to fall President Bush, following passage by the House and Senate, has signed the $700 billion bailout into law. The bailout plan passed on its second try, after tax cuts and more government insurance were added to sweeten the deal.

Professors lead freshmen students in ‘engaged learning’

Taking 19 college freshmen on a two-night trip to Washington, D.C. might seem like a recipe for disaster, but not in the eyes of three Cabrini professors. In fact, Dr. Nancy Watterson, assistant professor of social justice and American studies, Dr. Daryl Mace, assistant professor of history and Dr.

New director to launch GSA club

If you ask Melissa Waters, the new director of Student Diversity Initiatives at Cabrini College, how she found Cabrini she will tell you was an accident, but she is quick to point out that it has been the most "phenomenal" thing ever to happen to her. She has been tasked with building an organization in support of minority, gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual students.

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