Lauren Mineo

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Iadarola: tuition money not used for funding of new science building

Students need not fear that their tuition money is being put toward the $16.5 million needed for the new Center for Science, Education and Technology (SET). The funds are being raised through a capital campaign almost two years in the works. Capital campaigns are utilized when a project is out of the organization's normal budget range and also when the funded project is a singular event, as in the erection of a new building.

Student and Iadarola face off over protest

Undoubtedly, times have changed. Some current protestors are accused of being confused about the issues that they so boldly act out upon and some confused about how to act upon the issues. Two passionate views have risen. One opinion is from a notable member of the Cabrini College community, President Antoinette Iadarola, who experienced and coordinated anti-war protests in the late 1960s.

Romano hands honors program to McCormick

He will be a tough act to follow. Dr. Joseph Romano, oordinator of the Honors Program for, what he can remember, to be twelve years, is resigning from the position at the end of this semester. Looked upon as a patriarchal figure in the Cabrini community, his leadership within the Honors Program will not go unnoticed.

‘Waltz’ weighs in as humorous hit

A waltz it is; outrageously comical and intelligently written, this play is a delightful jaunt through the realistic life of Cinderella, or "Cinderslut." "Cinderella Waltz," the all-student production at Cabrini has proven itself to be quite enjoyable for any audience, young and old and in between.

Hands-on experience and networking proves a plus for current science majors

Science majors will be equipped with a fiercer competitive edge come November of 2005 when the new science building opens for classes. Until then, these students must continue on their career paths by acquiring internship experience, networking and maintaining an impressive grade point average.

Seminar celebrates life of St. Cabrini

On a mission to enlighten the Cabrini College community about its founding mother, Debra Stumpf led a seminar on Feb. 12 entitled, "Mother Cabrini: Citizen of the World." Stumpf, director of the Cabrini Shrine in New York City, spoke for approximately an hour about the many accomplishments of Mother Cabrini.

Stars SHiNE their light for a charitable cause

Amidst the celebrities, this evening's stars shone brightly. Hundreds turned out to the SHiNE (Seeking Harmony in Neighborhoods Everyday) charity benefit to honor three businessmen's commitments to supporting and helping to cultivate a youth forum for diversity and cultural issues.

Men’s basketball climbs to the top

With only two games left before the PAC Quarterfinals, the Cabrini men's basketball team improved its record to 16-7 on Saturday, Feb. 15 with a 71-63 victory over Wesley College. Although the score remained close throughout the majority of the game, Cabrini managed to dominate in the last few minutes.

Wrestling and streaking: Getting ‘Old School’

"Old School" is every college student's fantasy, complete with no classes or homework. Three men, two of which have families of their own, attempt to relive their college years by starting their own fraternity. Mitch, played by Luke Wilson, moves into a house on a college campus after recently stumbling upon his girlfriend's apparent habitual sexual tendencies.

Stars SHiNE their light for a charitable cause

Amidst the celebrities, this evening's stars shone brightly. Hundreds turned out to the SHiNE (Seeking Harmony in Neighborhoods Everyday) charity benefit to honor three businessmen's commitments to supporting and helping to cultivate a youth forum for diversity and cultural issues.

Iadarola: tuition money not used for funding of new science building

Students need not fear that their tuition money is being put toward the $16.5 million needed for the new Center for Science, Education and Technology (SET). The funds are being raised through a capital campaign almost two years in the works. Capital campaigns are utilized when a project is out of the organization's normal budget range and also when the funded project is a singular event, as in the erection of a new building.

Student and Iadarola face off over protest

Undoubtedly, times have changed. Some current protestors are accused of being confused about the issues that they so boldly act out upon and some confused about how to act upon the issues. Two passionate views have risen. One opinion is from a notable member of the Cabrini College community, President Antoinette Iadarola, who experienced and coordinated anti-war protests in the late 1960s.

Romano hands honors program to McCormick

He will be a tough act to follow. Dr. Joseph Romano, oordinator of the Honors Program for, what he can remember, to be twelve years, is resigning from the position at the end of this semester. Looked upon as a patriarchal figure in the Cabrini community, his leadership within the Honors Program will not go unnoticed.

‘Waltz’ weighs in as humorous hit

A waltz it is; outrageously comical and intelligently written, this play is a delightful jaunt through the realistic life of Cinderella, or "Cinderslut." "Cinderella Waltz," the all-student production at Cabrini has proven itself to be quite enjoyable for any audience, young and old and in between.

Hands-on experience and networking proves a plus for current science majors

Science majors will be equipped with a fiercer competitive edge come November of 2005 when the new science building opens for classes. Until then, these students must continue on their career paths by acquiring internship experience, networking and maintaining an impressive grade point average.

Seminar celebrates life of St. Cabrini

On a mission to enlighten the Cabrini College community about its founding mother, Debra Stumpf led a seminar on Feb. 12 entitled, "Mother Cabrini: Citizen of the World." Stumpf, director of the Cabrini Shrine in New York City, spoke for approximately an hour about the many accomplishments of Mother Cabrini.

Stars SHiNE their light for a charitable cause

Amidst the celebrities, this evening's stars shone brightly. Hundreds turned out to the SHiNE (Seeking Harmony in Neighborhoods Everyday) charity benefit to honor three businessmen's commitments to supporting and helping to cultivate a youth forum for diversity and cultural issues.

Men’s basketball climbs to the top

With only two games left before the PAC Quarterfinals, the Cabrini men's basketball team improved its record to 16-7 on Saturday, Feb. 15 with a 71-63 victory over Wesley College. Although the score remained close throughout the majority of the game, Cabrini managed to dominate in the last few minutes.

Wrestling and streaking: Getting ‘Old School’

"Old School" is every college student's fantasy, complete with no classes or homework. Three men, two of which have families of their own, attempt to relive their college years by starting their own fraternity. Mitch, played by Luke Wilson, moves into a house on a college campus after recently stumbling upon his girlfriend's apparent habitual sexual tendencies.

Stars SHiNE their light for a charitable cause

Amidst the celebrities, this evening's stars shone brightly. Hundreds turned out to the SHiNE (Seeking Harmony in Neighborhoods Everyday) charity benefit to honor three businessmen's commitments to supporting and helping to cultivate a youth forum for diversity and cultural issues.

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