Michelle Guerin

Articles by Michelle Guerin

Mainline Quaker school gives support to Cabrini student after racial slur

Sennia Vann, a freshman from West Philadelphia, returned from dinner with her older sister on Sept. 16 and came back to what seemed like a… Read More

Mexican communities transition from shock to helping others after earthquake

This is Ana, a three-year-old little girl who lost everything due to the earthquake, including her home. Despite what she lost, she did not… Read More

Racism on Temple and Cabrini campus

“I go to Temple University, my roommates come back from grocery shopping and see this (we’re the only black girls on our floor).” A… Read More

Hurricane Irma forces many students in southern states to flee.

“Any students, faculty or staff found to be on campus by Public Safety will be ordered to leave,” was written on College of Charleston’s… Read More

16 years ago, today: remembering 9/11

Where were you 16 years ago?  Were you starting daycare, starting elementary school or maybe even working? For many that lived in New York… Read More

You have dyslexia

Hard work does pay off when you have dyslexia. At the age of 12 in middle school, I was tested and was professionally diagnosed… Read More

“Would you mind taking our picture?”

The words: “Would you mind taking our picture” asked by a stranger in Disney World started my hobby back in 2004.  I knelt on… Read More

“She thought she was a princess”

“I was just clicking the shutter while the magic was taking place in front of me,” Stephanie Cristalli said, describing the moment Shandace Lerma… Read More

Communication LC students walk in Mother Cabrini’s footsteps at Ellis Island

Our ancestors came from all over the world and the freshman communications learning community had an inside look at how true that was, looking… Read More

Slavery is alive and well: Cabrini freshmen learn about modern forced labor

Students at Cabrini University came to realize that for us to get products at cheap prices sometimes workers must be exploited or even enslaved in poor countries. This is modern slavery. 

The truth behind our environment; Climate change myths vs. facts

In memory of a lacrosse player, friend, coach and Cavalier

The Cabrini men’s lacrosse team will be playing their 2019 season dedicated to strength, hard work, determination and for the legacy of John “Jake” Durkin.… Read More

The underdog reaches his highest in basketball career

Tearing an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the many injuries athletes can endure while playing sports that include jumping or sudden stop… Read More

Alumnus takes on the basketball court but in coach’s shoes

A basketball team needs leaders who knows the game inside and out to help push the team to its limits.  Cabrini’s athletic department welcomes… Read More

Making family proud overseas as first generation born in the USA

Being a first generation family member to be born in America, most would take every opportunity they can to make their family proud of… Read More

Public safety department patrols Cabrini campus; students express mixed judgment

When looking at colleges, prospective students often look at the class sizes, their intended major but how can families really trust if a campus… Read More

Student transfers to find lost love in her sport

Many situations can teach one how important it is to work hard.  Reflecting on this, Taylor Dimmerling, a freshman at Cabrini University studying exercise… Read More

Slugger takes a chance on Cabrini University

Baseball is more than a game to its players. Dylan Butler is no exception. Butler, coming from the West Coast— Washington, to be exact— knew he… Read More


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