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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.
On Wednesday, August 26, the Cabrini community celebrated the start of the new academic year. Opening Convocation for faculty and staff took place in the Widener Lecture Hall at 9:30 am, where new faculty and staff were introduced, as well as this year's annual review of the College's institutional priorities.
For the thirtieth consecutive year, students at Cabrini College will be eligible to receive scholarship support from the W.W. Smith Charitable Trust. This year, the company has committed to offering Cabrini $31,000, which brings the total amount donated to nearly $1,117,000.
Your significant other just texted you; "What's up for tonight?" You got stuck with one of those 3:15 Friday classes, you're exhausted and you're broke. The last thing you feel like doing is going back to your dorm, taking a shower and driving around to find a fast food meal cheap enough to leave you with $20 left for a potential movie.
I support the Eagles' decision to sign Michael Vick. There, it's out. So if you want to stop reading now and give me the stink eye every time I see you in Founders, it's fine. But I think it's only fair you hear me out, considering I've had to listen to a loop of a crazed emotional woman crying on the streets of Philadelphia on behalf of the entire pet population on every local news station since that fateful day.
An iPod playlist is a beautiful thing. They come in handy when you're trying to find the motivation to burn off those extra five pounds or when you're feeling scorned by your latest former love interest. Nothing can make you feel better than finding the perfect song to suit your mood.
Theater: Robert Stoop, Assistant Musical Director Describe your experience with theater in one word: Perfect "We put together two productions per year for the campus community. Each production is performed eight times, leading us to 16 performances per year for the theater crew.
Even though right now it's hard to imagine wearing anything but layers of sweatshirts and scarves, spring is just around the corner. This, of course, means more than free Rita's. It means that it's time for that monumental shopping spree so you can replace all those 2008 oldies that just won't do for this summer.
The Body Image Coalition is asking you to throw away your jeans. That's right, just leave them in the decorated boxes around campus. They shouldn't be too hard to part with, right?
If you're looking for a little southern hospitality, you don't have to go far. Lancaster Avenue's newest addition to its dining lineup, Mims, is serving up hearty portions. The cajun-style restaurant, which replaces The Freehouse in Wayne, offers customers a menu that features an assortment of southern specialty dishes like jambalaya, crab cakes and a twist on classic favorites, like the popular grilled chicken in sweet pecan sauce.
I've never really been big into fur, but I can pretty much guarantee that if I was, a bucket of red paint all over a jacket I probably paid a semester's worth of tuition for would get me pretty heated. This is why I sympathize with victims of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals red paint protests.