Megan Fee

Articles by Megan Fee

Class of 2020 disappointed after traditional graduation cancelled

Many recent graduates and families of Cabrini University have been left upset, frustrated and resentful after hearing that the traditional in-person graduation scheduled for… Read More

Cabrini class of 2020 Who’s Who

This year 18 seniors were awarded the esteemed Who’s Who award at Cabrini University. This award is granted to graduating seniors who have shown… Read More

Five shows to binge-watch during quarantine

Having to stay inside most of the time can get boring especially when there is nothing to do. Luckily for many, there are plenty… Read More

Students’ mindsets five weeks into quarantine

It has been roughly five weeks since students at Cabrini University were forced to leave campus and continue their learning remotely for the safety… Read More

Three ways the pandemic is changing us internally

“I never thought something like this would happen in my lifetime.” Michelle Piccone, a sophomore psychology major at Cabrini University, is just one of… Read More

A guide to a not-so-typical spring: things to do while quarantined

This spring is an unusual spring. With social distancing in effect and everything non-essential cancelled or shut down, many college students are left with… Read More

Helpful tips to avoid getting sick

With so many contagious viruses, especially major respiratory illnesses such as the coronavirus and the flu, it is important to take precautions to stay… Read More

How your phone dependency affects your daily life

“The first thing I do when I wake up is check my phone.” Breanna Kerr, a sophomore graphic design major at Temple University, starts… Read More

Is virtual healthcare becoming the way of the future?

I checked out Teladoc as a last-ditch effort because I was sick and getting to my family doctor was going to be a really… Read More

Exiled Turkish journalist Sevgi Akarcesme to speak at Cabrini University

Sevgi Akarcesme, a dismissed political journalist and former editor-in-chief of the largest English newspaper in Turkey, Today’s Zaman, prior to its violent government takeover… Read More

Five tips to prepare for finals week

This year has been a year like no other. With the majority of universities remaining online or offering online or hybrid course modalities due… Read More

Why I think going back to in-person class will be an adjustment

As the year of online learning comes to an end, I am excited and hopeful to see plans to return to some normalcy for… Read More

Cabrini alumni disappointed after announcement of staff and departmental cuts

After the recent announcement of the departmental and staff member cuts as a result of the restructuring plan, some alumni have been left upset, disappointed… Read More

Engaging students is crucial to online learning, faculty say

Everyone’s daily lives have been disrupted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the major aspects that has been affected is social… Read More

What it was like to grow up as a triplet

As a triplet people often expect us to be alike but the truth is we couldn’t be more different.  My siblings and I are… Read More

Five ways to get motivated at the start of the semester

The start of a new school semester can be a stressful time for many. The first few weeks can be difficult as everyone has… Read More

Virtual Cabrini Day: celebrating human resilience during the pandemic

Cabrini will be hosting their annual Cabrini Day celebration on Tuesday, Nov. 10 in a mix of hyflex and virtual modalities.  This year, the… Read More

Taking breaks is necessary in order to avoid Zoom fatigue

Students are experiencing Zoom fatigue but that can be fixed with self-care. After about eight weeks into the semester I feel burnt out, irritable,… Read More

Race in America: Cabrini to host panel for ongoing issues of racial disparity

On Wednesday, Sept. 16, the Cabrini Academic Affairs office along with the Nerney Leadership Institute and the Office of Diversity Initiatives will be hosting… Read More

Students and professors want ‘college experience’ in fall but have health and educational concerns

With the fall semester quickly approaching, students and faculty are preparing for a semester unlike any other amid the historic Covid-19 pandemic. With much… Read More
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