Kyle Rougeau

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The Bob Marley story

Kyle Rougeau Staff writer kcr723@cabrini.edu Bob Marley is a permanent staple for college students nationwide. Cabrini College is no exception as dorm room after dorm is equipped with at least one or more references to Marley whether it be a poster or full out shrine.

Bjork does unthinkable: all human voice record

Bjork has accomplished the unthinkable, as she typically does, by creating an album almost entirely of human voices. "Medulla," Bjork's seventh studio album released in August of 2004, is not the average piece of artistry. "It became a very spontaneous, kind of carefree album to make," Bjork said on her website http://www.

Flags flown on campus with lack of regulations

The American flag is a symbol of respect and pride for this country. However, the flags here on Cabrini's campus have failed to be maintained properly, according to the rules and regulations that are intended for public flag display. At present, there are only two flags that are out in the open for public display: One is in front of Grace Hall and the other is placed in front of the Mansion.

Students give chef feedback

Rodney Stockett holds the position of district chef for Sodexho while here at Cabrini College. Stockett is the head chef at Cabrini while also being in charge of eight different universities, making sure that their standards and qualities are constantly on point.

Synchronized skating: future Olympic sport?

Where it all began Synchronized skating is not a sport that comes to mind when people think of figure skating. People see the word synchronized and immediately have an impression of a bunch of prissy girls in skating dresses jumping and spinning all at the same time.

Captains determination, leadership set example

The cross-country captain, senior Jackie McGuckin, has had a passion for sports since the eighth grade. McGuckin went to Kennedy-Kenrick High School where she ran cross-country and played basketball. Her senior year at Kennedy-Kenrick High School Cabrini's cross-country coach, Tom O'Hora, was scouting for possible athletes and noticed McGuckin's ability immediately.

PAC in future of Women’s tennis

After playing four matches Cabrini's women's tennis team is 3-2 and still going strong. With two losses and three shutouts the team shows promise and is expected to make playoffs this season according to the coach and players. The first match was a disappointing loss to Richard Stockton College, 2-6, but came back strong with a shutout against Alvernia College ,9-0.

Sports injuries sideline players

Cabrini's men and women's soccer teams had a rough start due to injuries in the preseason. Leading scorer for the Lady Cavs, Mary Remoli will be on the sideline this season along with men's starting goalie, John Stott while he recovers for his return. During a preseason scrimmage Remoli, the leading scorer with 20 goals last season, tore her anterior cruciate ligament in a collision with an opposing player.

The Bob Marley story

Kyle Rougeau Staff writer kcr723@cabrini.edu Bob Marley is a permanent staple for college students nationwide. Cabrini College is no exception as dorm room after dorm is equipped with at least one or more references to Marley whether it be a poster or full out shrine.

Bjork does unthinkable: all human voice record

Bjork has accomplished the unthinkable, as she typically does, by creating an album almost entirely of human voices. "Medulla," Bjork's seventh studio album released in August of 2004, is not the average piece of artistry. "It became a very spontaneous, kind of carefree album to make," Bjork said on her website http://www.

Flags flown on campus with lack of regulations

The American flag is a symbol of respect and pride for this country. However, the flags here on Cabrini's campus have failed to be maintained properly, according to the rules and regulations that are intended for public flag display. At present, there are only two flags that are out in the open for public display: One is in front of Grace Hall and the other is placed in front of the Mansion.

Students give chef feedback

Rodney Stockett holds the position of district chef for Sodexho while here at Cabrini College. Stockett is the head chef at Cabrini while also being in charge of eight different universities, making sure that their standards and qualities are constantly on point.

Synchronized skating: future Olympic sport?

Where it all began Synchronized skating is not a sport that comes to mind when people think of figure skating. People see the word synchronized and immediately have an impression of a bunch of prissy girls in skating dresses jumping and spinning all at the same time.

Captains determination, leadership set example

The cross-country captain, senior Jackie McGuckin, has had a passion for sports since the eighth grade. McGuckin went to Kennedy-Kenrick High School where she ran cross-country and played basketball. Her senior year at Kennedy-Kenrick High School Cabrini's cross-country coach, Tom O'Hora, was scouting for possible athletes and noticed McGuckin's ability immediately.

PAC in future of Women’s tennis

After playing four matches Cabrini's women's tennis team is 3-2 and still going strong. With two losses and three shutouts the team shows promise and is expected to make playoffs this season according to the coach and players. The first match was a disappointing loss to Richard Stockton College, 2-6, but came back strong with a shutout against Alvernia College ,9-0.

Sports injuries sideline players

Cabrini's men and women's soccer teams had a rough start due to injuries in the preseason. Leading scorer for the Lady Cavs, Mary Remoli will be on the sideline this season along with men's starting goalie, John Stott while he recovers for his return. During a preseason scrimmage Remoli, the leading scorer with 20 goals last season, tore her anterior cruciate ligament in a collision with an opposing player.

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