Layal Srour

Articles by Layal Srour

From what they wear to what they eat, more people embrace veganism

Rewind 2,000 years, and that was when the vegan diet came about. It was not identified as veganism at the time, but it pertained… Read More

36 seniors receive the Who’s Who award

Shannon Agnew: early childhood education PreK-4 with special education PreK-8 I think my most significant contribution at Cabrini was to the athletic department. I was… Read More

University cuts departments, lets full-time professors go

Cabrini University made the decision in March to cut a number of faculty and staff positions and eliminate several departments and academic programs. Two… Read More

Students, professors react negatively to philosophy department elimination, staff cuts

Editor’s Note: This original version of this article, published April 28, 2021, contained screenshots of the master schedule as of that day, which showed… Read More

Celebrating the holy month of Ramadan

It couldn’t have gone better- celebrating the month of Ramadan during April’s Arab-American heritage month. This year, Ramadan began on April 12, 2021 and… Read More

Women continue tradition of female leadership at Cabrini

Throughout history, women have struggled with equality. That’s why we have history months to celebrate individual groups. Cabrini University was started by two empowered… Read More

Asian hate crimes are on the rise

For the past few months, there has been an alarming increase in Asian hate crimes, mostly seniors, but the question is why.  An analysis… Read More

Toni Breidinger makes NASCAR history as first Arab-American female driver

At just 21 years old, she made history as not just the first Arab-American female driver for NASCAR, but she also made history when… Read More

Community journalist shares his experience and knowledge for storytelling

Journalism is to spread stories with a human element that benefits the community, 6abc community journalist said Monday. “The concept of community journalism is… Read More

Legendary Eagles quarterback to launch sports com minor speaker series

Cabrini University is scheduled to welcome Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame quarterback Ron Jaworski to speak on behalf of the newly added sports communication… Read More

Is this the end of TikTok?

President Donald Trump has made an executive order to ban the viral app in 45 days if the Chinese-parent company does not sell to… Read More

After four months of their doors shut, businesses are finally back open

After four months of being in quarantine with nowhere to go, besides our couches and watching television, stores have finally begun to open their… Read More

Juneteenth: Celebrating 155 years of freedom and struggle

On June 19, 1865, those who were enslaved in the state of Texas received the news that they were finally free. Unfortunately, this news… Read More

Plant-based diets bring health and environmental benefits

Many are switching to a plant-based diets for health and environmental reasons.

Doors of most stores have been closed to promote social distancing, resulting in lost wages

“A record breaking 3.3 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week,” as reported by the Labor Department due to a “nationwide shut down… Read More

A trip to Ellis Island reveals Lebanese paths to US

“I am me… I am you… You are me… We are us.” This quote explains the idea that every immigrant that came to the… Read More

1 virus, thousands dead and many more infected

The start of the new decade has been anything but great. Starting in Wuhan, China, this new virus had many people fearing their lives,… Read More

Cabrini’s first curl fest: A hair diversity event

Photos by Juliet Jacob On Monday, Feb. 17 at 5 p.m. in Grace Hall,  Student Engagement and Leadership (SEaL) and Student Diversity Initiative, held… Read More

Social media: The danger it poses on body image

“No matter how many hours I spent at the gym and how healthy I ate, it wasn’t enough and I wasn’t losing the weight… Read More

Work hard, play hard: Men’s basketball team not giving up

Family. A small word, yet it means so much to this basketball team. This season has been a roller coaster ride for the men,… Read More