Rodrigo Campos-Sánchez

Articles by Rodrigo Campos-Sánchez

El Día de Los Muertos differs these past two years

El Día de Los Muertos is the celebration of life and death. It is celebrated in many countries under different names and traditions and… Read More

Women’s soccer wins second consecutive Atlantic East championship

In an away win in Scranton, PA, a winning penalty kick against the Marywood Pacers gave Cabrini’s women’s soccer team the Atlantic East Conference… Read More

The Center on Immigration joins the fight to shut down Berks and to support Haitian immigrants

Those who have been running the Berks County Residential Center call it a “Family center.” But crowds of protesters who gathered at Independence Hall… Read More

Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Manchester United

It is as if all that was heard yesterday was Manchester City‘s search for the Portuguese forward, Cristiano Ronaldo‘s signature. That may not be… Read More

The reign of Epic Weekend will continue

Epic Weekend is a weekend-long event that takes place each spring that does not occur on average weekends on campus. The campus activities and… Read More

City of brotherly love or city of gun violence?

What started as a late-evening game of basketball, ended as a devastating fatality. On Thursday, March 11, 2021, the streets of Philadelphia changed for… Read More

Once again, the U.S. men’s national soccer team does not qualify for the summer Olympics

The United States has won the most medals in the history of the Summer Olympics. Yet, for the third consecutive time, the U.S. men’s national soccer team… Read More

From the music department to you: the “Dark Adaptation”

The “Dark Adaptation” is a contemporary piece of music influenced by astronomy and space—composed by Dr.Stephen J. Grieco, assistant professor of visual and performing… Read More

Not one, not two but four consecutive Grand Slam titles won

Born in Japan and growing up in the state of New York and now living in California, Naomi Osaka has traveled a lot. Traveling… Read More

The Arizona Cardinals sign a new player and unretire an old number

From nine years at the Houston Texans, to now being at the Arizona Cardinals, the Cardinals have signed the free-agent defensive-end, J.J. Watt. On… Read More

El Día de Los Muertos differs these past two years

El Día de Los Muertos is the celebration of life and death. It is celebrated in many countries under different names and traditions and… Read More

Women’s soccer wins second consecutive Atlantic East championship

In an away win in Scranton, PA, a winning penalty kick against the Marywood Pacers gave Cabrini’s women’s soccer team the Atlantic East Conference… Read More

The Center on Immigration joins the fight to shut down Berks and to support Haitian immigrants

Those who have been running the Berks County Residential Center call it a “Family center.” But crowds of protesters who gathered at Independence Hall… Read More

Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Manchester United

It is as if all that was heard yesterday was Manchester City‘s search for the Portuguese forward, Cristiano Ronaldo‘s signature. That may not be… Read More

The reign of Epic Weekend will continue

Epic Weekend is a weekend-long event that takes place each spring that does not occur on average weekends on campus. The campus activities and… Read More

City of brotherly love or city of gun violence?

What started as a late-evening game of basketball, ended as a devastating fatality. On Thursday, March 11, 2021, the streets of Philadelphia changed for… Read More

Once again, the U.S. men’s national soccer team does not qualify for the summer Olympics

The United States has won the most medals in the history of the Summer Olympics. Yet, for the third consecutive time, the U.S. men’s national soccer team… Read More

From the music department to you: the “Dark Adaptation”

The “Dark Adaptation” is a contemporary piece of music influenced by astronomy and space—composed by Dr.Stephen J. Grieco, assistant professor of visual and performing… Read More

Not one, not two but four consecutive Grand Slam titles won

Born in Japan and growing up in the state of New York and now living in California, Naomi Osaka has traveled a lot. Traveling… Read More

The Arizona Cardinals sign a new player and unretire an old number

From nine years at the Houston Texans, to now being at the Arizona Cardinals, the Cardinals have signed the free-agent defensive-end, J.J. Watt. On… Read More
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