Marissa Roberto

Articles by Marissa Roberto

Volunteer experiences educate the heart

The Wolfington Center plays an important role on campus when providing volunteer opportunities to the Cabrini community to help the vulnerable in the surrounding… Read More

Women’s swim team makes strides during winter break trip to Naples, Fla.

With just passing the season mid-point, the Cabrini women’s swim team record is 5-8, which involved some very close meets that came down to… Read More

Women’s basketball gains victory over Delaware Valley University

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Work hard and come to win: Bob Walsh accomplishes 42 years of coaching

When Bob Walsh, assistant coach of the women’s basketball team, was a senior in high school, his teacher asked him what he wanted to… Read More

Athletes choosing the right school

According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association, there are around eight million students participating in their high school athletics programs across the nation. With… Read More

Students ask if there is a cure for senioritis

Are Cabrini seniors experiencing fatigue or extreme laziness? Are they finding that wardrobe choices con- sist of recycling through all the Cabrini sweat- shirts… Read More

Breaking up with my best friend

No one warned me about being ignored for no reason. No one warned me about the whispers behind my back. No one warned me… Read More

Netflix and chill vs. chivalry

Netflix and Chill: by Brittany Palmer The Internet is swarming with memes about it. It is always being talked about on the most popular… Read More

Students start to be smart with money

It is quite common, in this day and age, for people to want to enroll in college and obtain a higher level of education… Read More

Mass attendance is puzzlingly low for catholic college

Worrying about getting a seat in Cabrini’s chapel on Sunday nights is not necessary – there are many seats available to choose from. With… Read More

‘Your life is worth taking risks for’: The journey of 2 Syrian refugees

“Your life is worth taking risks for.” - a Syrian refugee

Panel discussion sparked inspiration for a professor to write a book

Video by Marissa Roberto   Dr. Joseph Romano has been a part of the Cabrini community for 57 years. His passion for philosophy and… Read More

Meet Cabrini’s first lady

Ever since 2014, President Donald Taylor, most commonly referred to as “DT,”  began leading Cabrini as the first male president. He can often be… Read More

Our hearts cry for you, Syria

To the people of Syria, Our hearts cry for you. We cry because of the destruction that is exploding in your home. It cries… Read More

Overcoming my fear of the unknown: Standing with Syrian refugees

It has been approximately four weeks since the release of President Trump’s executive order on the national ban of immigrants and refugees from seven… Read More

5 car vandalisms on campus remain unsolved

This semester some students had more than just school work and extracurriculars to stress about. Over the past few weeks there have been several… Read More

Car vandalisms on campus bring security changes

Over the past few weeks, there have been five incidents of car vandalism on Residential Blvd. that Public Safety has responded to. Each car has… Read More

A pair of shoes

Shoes. A single pair of shoes. A single pair of shoes survived a journey of over 2,000 miles. 2,000 miles of scorching hot days… Read More

Immigration attorney fights to keep unaccompanied minors safe

“My youngest client who was not in immigration court with a parent was six years old.” David Bennion is a Philadelphia-based immigration attorney who… Read More

Millennials have diverse views on immigration in the U.S.

“I believe that people have the right to choose where they want to live,” Treci Butler, junior history and second education major, said. “If… Read More


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