Maryellen Anastasio

Articles by Maryellen Anastasio

Alessi credits team for her field hockey success

Lauren Alessi, sophomore field hockey player and 2008 Rookie of the Year, is a strong forward with goal-scoring abilities, as well as a tenacious defender. "Lauren is aggressive and hardworking. She was on fire last year. She works great with her teammates and is an all around great athlete and a good person," field hockey coach Jackie Neary said.

Lady Cavs stay positive after loss to Arcadia

The lady Cavaliers lost to Arcadia 1-0 on Saturday, Sept. 20, at 4 p.m. Cabrini struggled to get the ball in the net against the Knights goalkeeper Jacki Law. The Knights took advantage of a mistake that the Cavaliers made and that is how they scored their lone goal of the game.

Lady Cavs on the road to victory

The Cabrini Women’s lacrosse teams regular season may be over, but the cavaliers will stop at nothing to capture the Conference crown.  They finished… Read More

Giving students something to do, Cap Board offers on and off campus activities

For many college students activities and events to entertain them on the weekends can be an important criteria for attending a college. At Cabrini, the Campus Activities and Programming Board makes sure that there are plenty of activities for students to attend and enjoy.

Dirt sheet goes solo

The entertainment portion of Loqation is now going solo.  The Dirt Sheet with Jake and Gianna is now bigger and better than before.  The… Read More

CAP Board “New Moon” event

Whether you had a valentine or not, the “New Moon” movie event was a way to enjoy the “Twilight” series and win prizes.  CAP… Read More

Women knocking on NBA’s door

Women have come a long way from the days of not being allowed to attend school or hold positions of power in the work place. So then is it so surprising that in the next 10 years women could be teammates with men in the NBA? David Stern, chief of the NBA, told Ian Thompsen of Sports Illustrated in December that he thinks women could end up playing in the NBA within the next 10 years.

NBA to include women in future? Why not?

David Stern told Ian Thompsen of Sports Illustrated back in December that he thinks women could end up playing in the NBA within the next 10 years.

Dr. Joseph Romano

One of Cabrini College's professors celebrated 50 years of service to the college on Thursday, Jan. 21. Dr. Joseph Romano commemorated his 50 year anniversary at Cabrini by traveling to New York City for a reception in his honor. Many alumni, friends and colleagues attended to enjoy and honor this great achievement.

Are news stations biased?

Rather than acting on General McChrystal's request for more troops in Afghanistan, President Obama declared war on Fox news and chose to send "his" troops to battle. Fox has been frequently attacked in the past year about its claim to be "fair and balanced" their news coverage really is.

Alumni return to diamond for inaugural game

Former Cabrini College softball players reunited with the current team for a light-hearted rivalry on Saturday, Oct. 10. The Cabrini alumni team lost by one run to the current Cavaliers, ending the game with a score of 7-6. This was the first ever alumni softball game to be played under softball coach Lisa McGregor.

Fair Trade Walleyball:

A sense of excitement filled the Dixon Center as the Third Annual Fair Trade Wallyball tournament kicked off on Tuesday, Oct. 6. It started off with 16 teams but only one came out victorious. This was not just an ordinary tournament; it was also a great way to raise awareness for fair trade.


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