Ross Salese

Articles by Ross Salese

Organic trend

Across the country American's have turned their food consumption to the new healthier all organic type. Consumers are attracted to the products because of the promise of a healthier food product. "All natural," "No preservatives" and "No pesticides" are just some attributes organic products provide.

Students take the stage at open mic night

On a cool October evening, several musicians and bands, showed off their talents, at Jazzmen's café. The small crowd did not discourage the performers for they put on a very impressive performance. The crowd was sparse but was the determining factor is who won a chance to play during the Mr.

HBO mini-series ‘The Pacific’ tops charts

HBO’s mini series “The Pacific” the latest Tom Hanks and Steven Spilberg creation has a very avid fan base wanting more and more at the end of every episode.

Who’s Hot, Who’s not

High seas, high stakes and drama are three great ingredients for a television show, making the debut of “The Deadliest Catch,” a hot watch. "Glee" is the not-watch of the week.

Cavs dominate in overtime

The Cabrini men’s basketball team finished off its 2009-2010 season in dramatic fashion.

Agassi reveals drug abuse in autobiography

Andre Agassi, a tennis player who was larger than life, a man who transformed the game of tennis into a realm it had never seen before. A player whose extraordinary performances on the court were accompanied by even more extraordinary outfits, hairstyles and relationships that drove his popularity through the roof.

Reporter lectures about Catholic Church’s future

The demographics of the Catholic Church will soon shift into the southern countries of Uganda and Congo. These words of change were the focus of John L. Allen Jr.'s speech Tuesday, Oct. 27 held in the Cabrini College Mansion. The CNN Vatican reporter talked about the future of the Catholic Church.

News Blurbals

H1N1 virus declared national emergency President Obama has declared the H1N1 virus a national emergency, allowing for alternate sites to be set up to treat and vaccinate as many people as possible. Swine flu has reached 46 states, the same amount that the winter flu season reaches.

Lady Cavs record fourth straight shutout victory

The women's soccer team recorded its fourth straight shutout victory in defeating Washington College 2-0 on Thursday, Oct. 8. With help from a strong defensive play, Maddy Edwards recorded her third shutout victory of the season. Edwards and junior goalkeeper Gianna Porretta have combined 366 minutes without letting up a goal.

This Week In Sports

Phils prepare for rematch As the Phillies prepare for their NLDS match up with the Colorado Rockies, players refuse to say they are looking for revenge. The 2007 NLDS between the two teams ended with the Rockies advancing in a convincing manner. The Phillies have changed considerably from 2007.

Field hockey late game heartbreak

The women's field hockey team lost against Albright College on Sept. 17 at the Edith Robb Dixon field. Albright forward Gia Boscola scored with 56 seconds left in the second period to extend the lady Cavs losing streak to five games. The scoring started at the 13 minute mark when Desiree Umosella struck one in off a pass from Shannon Mulhern.

More to Jamaica than island fun

Poverty is blanketed by paradise. Tourists who visit the Jamaican beaches of all-inclusive resorts are deaf, dumb and blind to the truth. Tall, barbed-wire fences seperate serenity and luxury from murder, drugs, shacks and half-finished homes. Despite their dire situation, the people of Jamaica are some of the most high-spirited, fun people I've ever been around; people who are extremely proud of who they are and where they come from.


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