Rachael Renz

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Lady Cavs play for the cure

In honor of breast cancer awareness month the Cabrini women's field hickey team was fundraising for the cause.

A sign of hope for most, inappropriate to others

Breast cancer awareness month is during October. Consequently, breast cancer paraphernalia was banned from a high school in Othello, Wash. during this month.

Paint the town Pink: Men and women come together to battle breast cancer

Sunday, Oct. 10, hundreds of citizens from the Tri-State area joined together on the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum to “Make Strides Against Breast Cancer” hosted by the American Cancer Society.

Neary celebrates 15 years as coach

Over 15 years ago, Jackie Neary left Temple University as assistant lacrosse coach to join the Cabrini community as head lacrosse coach. One year later Neary began her 15-year career as head field hockey coach.

Lady Cavs beats Misericordia by 4-0

For the first time in four years the Lady Cavs prevailed over the Misericordia Cougars 4-0 on Saturday, Sept. 18 making their record 3-3.… Read More

Student body outnumbers available parking spaces

Cabrini College's campus parking out numbers the 78 seniors, 177 juniors and the 218 sophomores that live on-campus.

Orientation 2010

One word that would easily describe the 2010 Orientation exercise would be amazing.

Life-long friends join men’s soccer team

There’s no doubt that beginning your college career is stressful but, for Eric Nowecki, Gabe Kuhn and Ryan Cerrato it doesn’t have to be. These three young men took the leap from high school to college together.

Top 5 Cavalier Players

On March 11, 2006 Tony Gregory became the first National Collegiate Athletic Association Champion in the history of Cabrini sports. He was awarded the… Read More

Top 5 Cavalier Moments

In 2001 the Cabrini men’s basketball team played Alvernia during the Division III Pennsylvania Athletic Conference. The score was 71-70 when Alvernia took a… Read More

‘Water for Elephants’ remains true to award-winning novel

The much-anticipated film, “Water for Elephants,” was released on Friday, April 22, approximately five years after the No.1 New York Times best-seller by Sara… Read More

No. 8 Roanoke reigns over Cavaliers

The No. 17 Cabrini Cavaliers’ five-game win streak came to a halt against the No. 8 Roanoke Maroons on Sunday, April 10 with a… Read More

Student volunteers time to coach high school basketball

Most college students are challenged to balance schoolwork, out-of-school responsibilities and relationships. But Maryellen Anastasio, 21-year-old senior communication major, juggles a job, classes, a social life and a volunteer position coaching high school basketball at Radnor High School.

Phils ‘R2C2’ heads to Spring Training

It’s that time of the year again. Football is finally over with a Packers Super Bowl win and now begins one of America’s greatest sports – baseball. Starting on Monday, Feb. 14, the Philadelphia Phillies report to Spring Training in Clearwater, Fla.

Upperclassmen achieve personal bests in ‘senior swim meet’

Cabrini’s men’s and women’s swim teams faced two hurdles during their meet on Saturday, Jan. 29. Not only did they face Widener University, but… Read More

What eReaders mean for the future of the good old-fashioned book

I knew this was coming. I knew everything would change and I hate it. Why must eReaders brainwash the newest generation of readers? Is… Read More

‘Speak Now’ has gone viral

The latest edition to the Taylor Swift’s library of talent is the highly anticipated “Speak Now.” This latest installment, released on Oct. 25, contains… Read More

Season recap: Cavaliers cross country

With a group of only seven runners, Cabrini’s cross country team wasn’t able to place in most of the meets that they competed in. However, this hurdle didn’t stop them from beating their personal bests.

Player Profile: Caitlin Donahue

Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Player of the Year, CSAC First Team Honoree, CSAC Honorable Mention and Player of the Week are just some of the honors that senior goalkeeper Caitlin Donahue has been awarded.

Rooymans revamped: Residence Life answers calls from students, opens RAC

After being inactive since June, Residence Life decided to answer the demands of student’s by building a student center. On Monday, Oct. 25 the Rooymans Activity Center (RAC) was opened to Cabrini students and faculty.


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