Nicholas Guldin

Articles by Nicholas Guldin

Technology’s newest fad

After much suspense and anticipation, Apple has finally unveiled its newest product, the iPad. This is Apple's most recent product since the iPhone, which took cellular devices to a whole new level. According to technology writers, the iPad, which will not hit stores for a few months, looks strikingly similar to the iPod touch, just larger.

This Week in Sports

Is it Kolb's time to shine? McNabb has taken the Eagles to places they have not been since his start in 1999, four consecutive NFC East division champions and five NFC Championship games. Kolb would have big shoes to fill, but with a great surrounding cast Cris Collinsworth, super analyst for the NFL, thinks it may be a good idea.

Men’s basketball dominates

The Cabrini men's basketball team had no problems with Neumann University as they added another victory on their season with a score of 88-79. The Nerney Field House was packed Thursday, Jan. 21, to watch this heated Colonial States Athletic Conference duel go down.

Men’s basketball tops Drew in season opener

Kevin Misevicius came out red-hot in the men's basketball season opener scoring a game-high 25 points against the Drew University Rangers on Sunday, Nov. 15. The final score of the game was 79-47. "We played well as a team together. We're playing the way we need to play if we have any hopes of winning the conference," Misevicius said.

Recklau named player of the year

At 6 feet 2 inches, Stephanie Recklau seems like the typical athlete who was born and raised to play volleyball. However, this is not the case for Recklau, junior pre-med major. "My family wasn't really into sports when I was growing up," Recklau said.

Gordon tallies 3rd hat trick of field hockey season

Maura Gordon achieved her third hat trick of the season as the women's field hockey team pulled off a dynamic 3-1 win against Gwynedd-Mercy on Saturday, Oct. 24. "The team's morale was so high coming off of that huge win at The College of New Jersey on Oct.

Students learn about Norristown immigration

The Police Athletics League in Norristown is working to get more immigrants involved in its activities. It is specifically helping young immigrants who are looking for some guidance as they become acquainted with their new surroundings. Brett Wells, the director of PAL, held a discussion at a Mexican restaurant in Norristown on Oct.

Federal restrictions could ban cell phone usage while driving

The Obama administration has recently proposed its first federal restrictions against the use of cell phones while driving. These decisions were made at a two day summit in Washington D.C. last Wednesday and Thursday. Attending the summit to help discuss and make these decisions were over 300 lawmakers, safety experts and industry representatives.

Useless apps clutter iPhone

The iPhone continues to amaze people with the immense amount of things it can do. The proper term for the tasks on the iPhone are known as "apps." The question though, is how many of these "apps" are actually used by people who purchase the iPhone? I'm here to tell you that most of these apps are worthless and have no purpose being on this versatile device.

Students go ‘M.A.D.’ for community service

The Cabrini van set out Saturday morning on Sept. 19 with seven students traveling to Norristown. They were heading to the Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center to serve their community by interacting and having fun with some of the community members there.

Men’s tennis falls to Keystone in CSAC showdown

The Cabrini men’s tennis team fell to Colonial States Athletic Conference foe Keystone College with a score of 6-3 on Saturday, April 9 at… Read More

Lady Cavs earn comeback win over Marywood

The Cabrini women’s lacrosse team overcame a five-goal deficit in the second half to take down Colonial States Athletic Conference rival Marywood University on… Read More

Men’s tennis falls to Eastern, keeps positive outlook

Cabrini men’s tennis team faced Eastern University in the Battle of Eagle Road on Thursday, April 7. The backyard rivalry, which took place at… Read More

Lady Cavs snap losing streak, crush Immaculata

After a string of rough losses to open the season, the women’s lacrosse team found its first win of the 2011 season. On March… Read More

Thorp to wear distinguished No. 8 jersey

Sophomore attackman Bobby Thorp has been given the honor of wearing the distinguished No. 8 jersey for the Cabrini men’s lacrosse program this season… Read More

Cabrini Cavs bring school spirit back to campus after winning streak secures ‘Sweet 16’ spot once again

What do people think of when they hear “Sweet 16”? Many immediately would say a girl’s birthday when she turns 16 and enters the… Read More

Student escapes war, finds success at Cabrini

Sophomore history major Goran Dulac has found success on and off the court after traveling here with his family escaping a civil war in Bosnia.

Cabrini aims to join ranks of other Fair Trade certified institution

Cabrini College is in the early stages of becoming a Fair Trade university. A committee is being formed to begin the process.

Cabrini celebrates partnership with Phillies through Cabrini Night

Cabrini's partnership with the Phillies allows students to enjoy Cabrini Night at the Phillies.

Sports Blurbals 8/31

-Manny Ramirez will no longer be wearing the blue baseball cap in Los Angeles. He’s trading it in for a black baseball cap in… Read More


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