Patrick Gallagher

Articles by Patrick Gallagher

Softball splits with Baptist Bible

  The Cavalier’s softball team split two games with Baptist Bible College on Saturday, March 26. After falling 9-4 in the first game, the… Read More

The great American past time: its more than just a sport

If you knew that the team you were about to watch was about to lose would you still attend or turn on the game? Well this is a question that fans in Baltimore have answered and never even think of any more.

Packers win Super Bowl XLV

The Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25. This was the Packers first championship since 1997. Aaron Rodgers took home the game’s MVP award by completing 24 out of 39 passes for 304 yards and three touchdowns.

New paperless system not all good

This past December’s announcement of the change to the online bill payment system by the college’s Business office has been done for effective reasons. It has also been one more sign of change to a family that is seeing “going green” as a negative force.

Getting to know a Cavalier: Cory Lemons

Getting to know a Cavalier: Cory Lemons

Sports Blurbs

Giants win First Series since 1954 The San Francisco Giants won the 2010 World Series over the Texas Rangers on Monday night. The Giants… Read More

Sports Blurbals

World Series matchup set: Giants Vs. Rangers The fall classic is matchup is set with the Texas Rangers pitted against the San Francisco Giants.… Read More

Lady Cavs fall to Del Val

On September 14th 2010 the Cabrini Cavalier field hockey team played Delaware Valley College on the Edith Robb field house.

Sports Blurbals

Reid Names Vick new Starting Quarterback The 284-yard-passing, two-touchdown and 37-yard-rushing performance Michael Vick displayed on Sunday vs. the Detroit Lions still was enough to… Read More

Men’s soccer looks to hold onto its CSAC title

After posting a 7-1 conference record, winning the CSAC title and reaching the NCAA tournament is it a surprise that the men’s soccer team was recently ranked No. 1 in the CSAC preseason poll?

Roller hockey advances to championship game

Cabrini club roller hockey has battled through the playoffs and is now in line to fight Rowan University for the Philadelphia Collegiate Roller Hockey League title crown.

Review: Academy of Country Music Awards

e 45th Academy of Country Music Awards, ACM’s, were held this past Sunday in the majestic MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The awards are all decided by members of the academy and only the entertainer of the year was voted on by fans.

Theater ‘sets stage’ for students at Cabrini College

Cabrini is full of ways to express yourself. One of the best is through the Cabrini Theater Department.

‘The Art of the Steal’ raises questions about art museum move

If a person is found guilty of stealing art work they are arrested, sent to trial and then jail. Simple, it’s against the law. But what if it was the court themselves that was helping to steal the art? And what if it was a $25 billion collection?

PLAYBILL: Cap Board sponsors trip to see Mary Poppins

On a rainy, windy and overall dreary day it was Mary Poppins herself that provided the spoonful of sugar for the Cabrini group in their adventure to New York City.

Visual art stimulates audience imagination

The Institute of Contemporary Arts building is hidden on a small street corner in Philadelphia, but it is the works of art that truly defines the institution.

Bingo: win more than just prizes

There are many different events on campus for students but the one that students have the most fun at might just be the one on last Friday in Jazzman’s, Bingo.

Counseling and Psychological Services offers new, on-campus options for students

The Counseling and Psychological Services office is offering some new options for students on campus. The two new groups offered this semester are Connecting on Campus and Self-Discovery through Journaling. "We typically offer new groups every semester based on relevant issues we are seeing in the campus population," Dr.

Former public relations chief encourages students to work for the common good

A former national spokesman for the health insurance industry said that he had to quit after he witnessed crowds of people lined up to get free health care because they were not able to get health insurance. He said he could no longer represent an industry that left so many Americans uninsured.

Helping Hands serves local community

In our country this time of year is seen as an occasion for giving and generosity. There is no exception here at Cabrini College. The Cabrini Dining Services, in partnership with the Wolfington Center, have collected cans and donations as part of their annual Helping Hands Across America Food Drive.


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