MaryKate McCann

Articles by MaryKate McCann

Is Obesity a choice?

It’s a problem. Obesity rates increase each year in the United States.More than one-third of U.S. adults (35.7%) are obese. Obesity is a choice. It is your chosen lifestyle; you… Read More

Bryde: Teacher jobs “will be on the incline”

Six months after graduating, are you unsuccessful in finding a job in the field of Education? Some would consider themselves lucky to just find work as a substitute.

Asleep at the wheel: bad luck or crime

Falling asleep while driving can lead to horrible consequences. How does that happen?

Hoops over the Holidays

While everyone was packing their bags to head home, the Cabrini College Men and Women's basketball team spent their holiday on the court.

Athlete nutrition

The sound of rich French vanilla ice cream smothered in hot fudge nestled on a warm brownie and topped with whipped cream makes my mouth… Read More

A Senior’s Strength: Molly Chenot’s storybook ending to an inspirational journey

Molly Chenot was destined to become a soccer star at Cabrini when a concussion derailed her playing career. After four years as a student assistant, her inspirational story concluded when she finally played and scored on Senior Day.

One student’s journey to defeat cancer

A tragic event leads Tim Sayles, a senior social work major from Ridgewood, N.J., to be the only college student amidst a stage full of adults who received the American Cancer Society Volunteer Achievement Award on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

BBQ for the common good

Barbara Byrd mentored the students as they toured Mt Pleasant and scheduled the BBQ on Sunday Oct. 7.

Regardless of Age, It’s about rights

Behind the glamour of modeling lies a grim reality for young girls. Children enter their teen years on a linear path to adulthood. How are they supposed to develop if they skip this part of their life? Models under 18 are tossed in the middle of a professional workforce and treated like a working adult.

Cheerleaders place third in recent competition

As one of the smallest teams to compete they placed 3rd out of their division of ten other teams.

Hinkelmon spends summer with semi-pro soccer team

Playing for the semi-pro soccer team, the Philadelphia Fever, was not even in her mind when she graduated from a small high school in Delran, N.J. But 2012 Cabrini alumna Kara Hinkelmon, a college stand-out, decided to pursue her dream this summer and tried out for the Fever.

Doubet lights up CSAC in freshman season

With the talent and determination to win, Lacie Doubet, freshman business major, shows up to each game ready to throw elbows and whack sticks. The physical nature of lacrosse requires going hard at practice and to never slack off.

Cavs advance to CSAC Final with rout over Centenary

Cabrini’s men’s lacrosse team protected their home field and rolled over Centenary College by a score of 18-3 on Tuesday, May 1 to advance to their 13th CSAC championship in school history. It will also be the Cavaliers’ 12th straight appearance in the title game.

Cabrini College takes a walk in the right direction

Focused on raising money and awareness for cancer, this 12-hour life-saving event gave students the chance to donate money, help people stay well and get well by finding cures and fighting back.

‘Boots’ provides softball team with support, strong pitching

‘Boots,’ better known as junior criminology and sociology major Marcelle Crist, has a passion for softball, an obsession with cowgirl boots and a second language that is out of the ordinary.

Cavs crush Hornets, Hill scores 100th career goal

The Cavaliers men’s lacrosse team beat the Shenandoah University Hornets by a score of 24-1 at the Edith Robb Dixon Field on Saturday, March 24.

Men’s tennis optimistic for spring campaign

Despite starting the season 0-4, the men's tennis team is optimistic that they will have a successful spring season.

Students compete in style with cakes

The Cav Corner was set, the judges were ready and the competitors were prepared for war.  A cupcake is a small cake designed to… Read More

Application of the week: Pulse

Are you looking for a fun and easy way to read about the news in your area, the country or around the world? Allow me to introduce you to the Pulse News Reader app.

Application of the Week: Pink Pad

Pink Pad is the world’s first cross-platform period and fertility mobile app.


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