It's a shame there's no level on the food pyramid for comfort food, because I think it's safe to say that, although most of us have established "get skinny" resolutions for 2009, there's a stash of chocolate and Campus Corner menus hidden somewhere in our dorm rooms.
Articles by Megan Kutulis
Ask any college student how they feel about video games, and the first words you hear probably won't be "stimulating" or "mental rotation." But in a new study published by Cabrini psychology professor Dr. Melissa Terlecki, video games mean more than an afternoon of putting off homework.
Anyone who has ever set foot in the Communications wing of Founder's Hall is bound to hear the sounds of the latest hits drifting through the hallways. Q102? Wired? Nope. It's Cabrini's very own radio station, 89.1 WYBF FM "The Burn". But behind all the catchy tunes and the events, there is a hardworking staff that keeps the station going.
on Thursday, Nov. 13, for "doing something extraordinary." The Delta Epsilon Sigma Honors Society inducted 21 new members in a ceremony held in the Mansion during Cabrini Week.
Breast Cancer Awareness month came to a close on Sunday, Oct. 26, when students and athletes grabbed their exercise mats and headed to the Dixon Center. In conjunction with FITnWELL Studios and Shape Magazine, Cabrini hosted a "Pilates for Pink" event to benefit breast cancer research.
"Is there no other way to live?" Quoting former President Dwight Eisenhower, Tom Roberts asked students, staff, alumni and local community members who attended his lecture on being "Catholic and American: An Examination of Conscience," to consider the militarization of America.
"O-N-E L-E-S-S.I wanna be one less...one less!" I don't know about anyone else, but, aside from freecreditreport.com, I think the Gardasil commercial song might be the catchiest one on television. By catchy, I don't necessarily mean clever-I mean it won't leave my head at the most random times.
Halloween is coming and along with it comes the cavities, hangovers and of course, the scary movies. Although celebrating this wonderful holiday has taken on a different meaning now, there was once a time when it was actually as basic as a month-long celebration of spooking and scaring.
Dr. William Geary, "criminologist by trade," joins the faculty as a full-time assistant professor of sociology and criminology. Geary, who graduated from Penn State University with a degree in administration of justice, said that although he enjoys working with students, he started teaching for a different reason.
College searching just got about 10 times easier. With the recent introduction of college review site Unigo.com, high school juniors and seniors will be able to access student feedback of their prospective schools. Besides being a pretty helpful tool, it means the world of college hunting has finally abandoned those back-breaking review books that were once synonymous with finding the perfect school.
After 27 years as a varsity sport at Cabrini, the athletic department has decided to discontinue the men’s and women’s track and field team.… Read More
Cabrini students, faculty and community members bundled up and braved the cold weather to support St. Jude's Children's Hospital on Friday, Feb. 5. In the process, guests were treated to a great dinner of comfort foods, and raised over $4,000 to support cancer research.
Okay so seriously "LOST" sounds like the most ridiculous show on television. I only know this because a) it has taken me forever to write this article because I realize how stupid it must sound and b) because I used to be its biggest critic. Fortunately for me, two admittedly addicted "LOST" fans coaxed me into watching the season five finale.
To respond to the fi nancial aid need of students, President Marie George has designated that all the money donated to the Cabrini Fund be specifically used for financial aid. The purpose of the Cabrini Fund, an annual fund-raising campaign, is to help address the greatest needs of the college, which varies each year.