Renin Broadnax

Articles by Renin Broadnax

Dove’s ad campaign suggests pattern of racism

On Oct. 6, 2017 Dove released a now-retracted three-second Gif on to Facebook advertising its body wash that many people have deemed racist The… Read More

Hispanic heritage month underway

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. To celebrate this month, the club Pura Vida hosts events every Thursday. Events… Read More

College Survival Guide: Managing anxiety

According to the American Psychological Association, 41.6 percent of college students suffer from anxiety. Anxiety is described as a feeling of nervousness or worry… Read More

Words from your alumni: an inside look on their Cabrini experience

Being a student on Cabrini’s campus is a once and a lifetime experience. It is something that only other people who have experienced life… Read More

A new form of racism: how racial prejudice has evolved over time

“I can remember going to my parents to Florida in the 1950s and I was just a little kid who always seemed to have… Read More

Reflecting on the past and looking towards the future: our take on Black History Month

From elementary school to the present day we have learned about Black History Month, but how much do we really know? Even within our… Read More

’13 Reasons Why’ offers a few reasons to reconsider watching season two

Mental health has always been a part of my life, for as long as I can remember. Before I even knew the meaning of… Read More

Inside the mind of a suicidal student

Waking up every morning became a chore. Smiling through every day became a chore. Living a life I didn’t ask for became a chore.… Read More

A brother’s bond: a time of mentorship comes to an end

“Hello, is this Mrs. Broadnax?” “Yes, can I ask why you are calling? Is there problem with one of my children?” “Oh no, do… Read More

Snow storm brings in the spring season

I can’t even count the amount of times on my fingers I have looked outside and dreadfully said, “It’s snowing.” We all appreciated the… Read More

Murdering millennials: young adult spending habits impact industries

A group of young socialites characterized by “selfies” and social media is known as the millennial generation. If you were born between the years… Read More

Baseball team starts the season with double-header win

After a multitude of postponed and cancelled games, the Cavaliers had a successful opener against two teams, back-to-back. On Saturday, March 17, the Cabrini men’s… Read More

Basketball coaches reveal their formulas to success

Cabrini’s basketball teams have been very successful this year, causing everyone to wonder where this success comes from? Both coaches Kathleen Pearson and Timothy… Read More


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