Megan Bernatavitz

Articles by Megan Bernatavitz

The curse of dreaded FRESHMAN 15

Going into freshman year of college, most men think about what their careers will be, what friends will be like and what the future holds. Women on the other hand, think mainly about one thing: will they become one of the millions who gain the freshman 15, or as my roommate and I like to call it the sophomore 25.

Cabrini defeats rival Neumann 22-9

The Cabrini men’s lacrosse team defeated Colonial States Athletic Conference competitor, Neumann University, on Saturday, April 17.

Men’s lacrosse dominates over Shenandoah

The Cabrini men’s lacrosse team defeated Colonial States Athletic Conference rival Shenandoah University 25-4 on Saturday, April 10. The win extended the team’s NCAA… Read More

Ivy Young Willis Award winner changing face of Philadelphia

One woman, Jane Golden, transformed the face of Philadelphia and started the now-world-famous mural arts program.

Player Profile: Paul Levine

With high expectations for the 2010 men's lacrosse season, Paul Levine, senior business and marketing major, is preparing for the his final season. Levine, who plays midfielder, is looking forward to the future and reflecting on his past four years as a Cabrini Cavalier.

What’s on your mind?

Last semester I took advantage of the study abroad program offered at Cabrini and it was the best decision I have ever made. It takes a lot for a person to leave their comfort zone. Leaving your family, friends and, most importantly, the food options America has to offer is extremely difficult.

Dreisbach could be college’s next provost vice president

As Cabrini College narrows its search for its next provost and vice president for academic affairs, candidates came to campus and immersed into campus life the week of Jan 11 to 15. Each prospective candidate was taken through vigorous question-and-answer sessions by board members, faculty and students answer sessions with not only board members, but by faculty and students as well.

Cabrini student takes Rome by storm

As I walked off the plane towards baggage claim I thought to myself, Hello Rome! I am finally here and I hope you are ready for me (quite a Lizzie McGuire Movie moment). Thoughts of all the amazing adventures that I would soon be taking swirled through my head.

Proud member of Red Sox nation

Ever since I was a wee little girl, I have been a Red Sox fan. You know those families that wear matching t-shirts? That was us, decked out in our Red Sox apparel. Year after year my dad would sit on the couch and watch his team play various opponents.

CNN anchor speaks to Del. community

On Wednesday, April 15, students, parents and members of the community arrived to the Bob Carpenter center at the University of Delaware to see CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper. Little did they know that by the end of his speech, their perspective on the outside world would be greatly changed.

Coming to Cabrini from Sunshine State

Throughout freshman year, the most frequently asked question around campus most definitely was, why I came to Cabrini. I thought that when I came to Cabrini, there would be tons of people from different places around the United States and I would be just another person saying I came from Orlando, Fla.


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