Paul Skow

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Toyota to stop making certain models in U.S. Toyota will temporarily stop making eight models of vehicles in the U.S., after finding a manufacturing flaw in the gas pedals. This is the third time that the company has needed to recall vehicles due to a condition where the gas pedal sticks and causes the car to accelerate more than intended.

Primiano lectures on religious diversity

The idea that religions are often misunderstood by individuals outside, as well as inside, of the society where a religion is found was the main point of a lecture on religious diversity by religious studies professor and department chair, Dr. Leonard Norman Primiano.

CEO discusses valuable leadership skills

One of the most necessary tools for running a business is leadership. Deb Takes, the president and CEO of Harleysville Bank and member of the Board of Trustees at Cabrini, spoke about leadership skills that she learned as a successful businesswoman as part of the "Leading Organizations Through Difficult Economic Times" lecture held on Tuesday, Oct.

Super group attracts dedicated rock fans at Electric Factory

The "Foo Fighters" Dave Grohl, "Led Zeppelin" John Paul Jones and "Queens of the Stone Age" Josh Homme have formed a new super group called "Them Crooked Vultures." The group played in Philadelphia on Monday, Oct. 12 at the Electric Factory and brought the house down with an original arsenal of pure rock jams.

True ‘phans’ keep Phillies spirit alive

Philadelphia fans waited over 25 heartbreak-filled years for last year's Phillies championship. The glory of the parade and the success the Phillies have continued, and this season has seemed to wash away all those rough years we had to experience. I've been a Philadelphia sports fan for about as long as I can remember, but I wasn't always a baseball fan.

Show must go on for CAP Board’s poetry slam

Talented poet Carlos Robson recently made an appearance at Cabrini's poetry slam event. Though it was intended that several poets would perform, including Cabrini students, Robson ended up being the only poet who appeared at the event. There was initially a worry that the show would not go on, but Robson remained professional and amiable, sticking around and doing a brilliant routine for the small crowd who arrived for the event.

Piazza at Schmidt’s: European atmosphere in Philly backyard

The Piazza at Schmidt's in Philly is a great new place to eat, shop, relax and hang out in an interesting atmosphere. It has a European feel, filled with great things to keep yourself occupied. The Piazza is an 80,000 square foot Italian-like piazza located between Germantown Avenue and North 2nd St.

Spring film festival in works for Cabrini’s campus

For up and coming filmmakers, film festivals are an excellent way to showcase talent and to reach a wider audience. Festivals like Cannes and Sundance can launch the careers of new talent. Three Cabrini students hope to host a film festival of their own here at Cabrini.

New generation rocks out with legendary band

It's no secret that the Beatles are one of the greatest bands of all time. Due to the rising popularity of interactive music video games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero, it was just a matter of time before the Beatles conquered another medium of entertainment.

Cabrini welcomes back Beau Bristow

"It's almost like James Taylor meets Jimmy Eat World, who bakes John Mayer a Cake, which he throws at his Sister Hazel, who listened to too much Garth Brooks growing up, and caught The Normals in 11th grade so she climbed the Tower of Power to see the Vertical Horizon which U2 can see for only $19.

Nation & World

Toyota to stop making certain models in U.S. Toyota will temporarily stop making eight models of vehicles in the U.S., after finding a manufacturing flaw in the gas pedals. This is the third time that the company has needed to recall vehicles due to a condition where the gas pedal sticks and causes the car to accelerate more than intended.

Primiano lectures on religious diversity

The idea that religions are often misunderstood by individuals outside, as well as inside, of the society where a religion is found was the main point of a lecture on religious diversity by religious studies professor and department chair, Dr. Leonard Norman Primiano.

CEO discusses valuable leadership skills

One of the most necessary tools for running a business is leadership. Deb Takes, the president and CEO of Harleysville Bank and member of the Board of Trustees at Cabrini, spoke about leadership skills that she learned as a successful businesswoman as part of the "Leading Organizations Through Difficult Economic Times" lecture held on Tuesday, Oct.

Super group attracts dedicated rock fans at Electric Factory

The "Foo Fighters" Dave Grohl, "Led Zeppelin" John Paul Jones and "Queens of the Stone Age" Josh Homme have formed a new super group called "Them Crooked Vultures." The group played in Philadelphia on Monday, Oct. 12 at the Electric Factory and brought the house down with an original arsenal of pure rock jams.

True ‘phans’ keep Phillies spirit alive

Philadelphia fans waited over 25 heartbreak-filled years for last year's Phillies championship. The glory of the parade and the success the Phillies have continued, and this season has seemed to wash away all those rough years we had to experience. I've been a Philadelphia sports fan for about as long as I can remember, but I wasn't always a baseball fan.

Show must go on for CAP Board’s poetry slam

Talented poet Carlos Robson recently made an appearance at Cabrini's poetry slam event. Though it was intended that several poets would perform, including Cabrini students, Robson ended up being the only poet who appeared at the event. There was initially a worry that the show would not go on, but Robson remained professional and amiable, sticking around and doing a brilliant routine for the small crowd who arrived for the event.

Piazza at Schmidt’s: European atmosphere in Philly backyard

The Piazza at Schmidt's in Philly is a great new place to eat, shop, relax and hang out in an interesting atmosphere. It has a European feel, filled with great things to keep yourself occupied. The Piazza is an 80,000 square foot Italian-like piazza located between Germantown Avenue and North 2nd St.

Spring film festival in works for Cabrini’s campus

For up and coming filmmakers, film festivals are an excellent way to showcase talent and to reach a wider audience. Festivals like Cannes and Sundance can launch the careers of new talent. Three Cabrini students hope to host a film festival of their own here at Cabrini.

New generation rocks out with legendary band

It's no secret that the Beatles are one of the greatest bands of all time. Due to the rising popularity of interactive music video games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero, it was just a matter of time before the Beatles conquered another medium of entertainment.

Cabrini welcomes back Beau Bristow

"It's almost like James Taylor meets Jimmy Eat World, who bakes John Mayer a Cake, which he throws at his Sister Hazel, who listened to too much Garth Brooks growing up, and caught The Normals in 11th grade so she climbed the Tower of Power to see the Vertical Horizon which U2 can see for only $19.

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