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

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

6 quick and easy Superbowl recipes

Slavery is still happening and it needs to stop!

Modern slavery, or human trafficking, is described with three elements: The Act, The Means and The Purpose. This month, for National Slavery Human Trafficking… Read More

Eagles vs. Patriots, who will win?

History repeats itself once again with another rivalry match between the Eagles and the Patriots.  Since 1973, both teams have played 13 games against… Read More

Inside the world of Jeffree Star: A series by Shane Dawson

Lights, camera, action! Tune into this nine-part series about the fame and fortune of “The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star” and how he rose… Read More

My one year visit to Lebanon

Imagine one day you are surrounded by all your friends at school, then the next day you are across the ocean in a different… Read More

Philadelphia’s top 5 haunted attractions to visit for halloween

It is officially spooky season! Here are a few haunted houses and attractions recommended to visit in Philadelphia if you like the thrill. 1.… Read More

Spice it up with pumpkin spice

Pumpkin spice came to life when a Stanford basketball student was asked to create a new fall special for Starbucks.  Peter Dukes, creator of… Read More

Ghosting or Ghosted?

Lightweight, mid weight and heavyweight: the three levels of ghosting. Ghosting has been the new way of ending a relationship with someone by ending… Read More

Online shopping vs mall shopping

Online sales are now the fourth largest sector overall, bringing in about $59.8 billion in adjusted sales for February. With the rise of technology… Read More

Do you like me now? Plastic surgery in young adults

A social mask. We wear this to mask the truth of our lives on social media and use filters and edits to share a… Read More


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