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FCC warns of punishment to offensive content

In recent weeks, the Federal Communications Commission has made it clear that it will not let organizations abuse the rules regarding offensive content on television, radio and satelite cable and in the case of the recent Howard Stern incident, which involved his show being banned from Clear Channel Stations, radio broadcasting.

Alumna’s photos expose war

Not until the mid to late 1800's was war documented with anything other than word-of-mouth or newspapers. At this point in history, a new form of documentation came about; photojournalism. A field that has created much interest among many people in recent years has indefinitely given photographers the ability to document war, from its grotesque reality, to its most pivotal moment.

A Time to Endure

It has come to the attention of myself and many other Americans that this great nation has had to endure, throughout history, events that have continued to threaten our nation's own founding principle: Freedom. Events so horrific in design, that they have raised the masses into fearing daily routines, daily actions, and basic functions of living.

Presidential candidates fight over major issues

It is becoming increasingly clear for many Americans just how complicated the race for Office 2004 is, with an array of twists and turns, it may be difficult for some to follow politics at all. Why is it important for men and women of college-age to know about the candidates, their ideas, and who will win the 2004 election? This is a question that continues to plague the age group of 18 to 24 year-olds.

Carelessness leads to theft in dormitories

In recent months, students at Cabrini have found that there is a significant amount of theft occurring in the residences halls. Charles Shaffner, director of Public Safety, calls campus theft "crimes of opportunity." Shaffner is clear to point out what is a major deterrent of on-campus theft.

Hollywood typecasting should be outlawed

We all have favorite movies, and with that, favorite actors and actresses, but does anyone other than myself find the sudden wave of type-cast actors and actresses annoying. It is as if Hollywood has no new material, particularly in the "comedy" genre. For those who don't know what type-cast means, it is when an actor or actress only plays a certain character that remains the same in all of their movies.

Upcoming spring semester delights

February 21 will mark the beginning of a new semester full of events planned by Student Activities, starting with the Winter Formal, held at Renaissance Hotel. For students who are looking for some food, drinks, and a chance to reside in a heavily social atmosphere, the formal supplies just that.

No sour apples for student actress

Sitting across from Lauren Mineo, a junior elementary education/ communications double major, it became apparent that she was quite passionate about her work. An active participant in theatrics since the age of 14, Mineo recently landed the part of Eve in Neal Newman's production of "The Apple Tree.

Hard work can equal success

There are approximately 11 seconds left on the clock. You find your way weaving in and out of players to the net. Once you've gotten there, you realize the opposing player is much taller, stronger, and faster. The lump begins to form in your throat knowing friends, family and faculty are scrutinizing your every step.

Crack of dawn fire alarms

I find it extremely exhausting that living in New Residence Hall means standing outside waiting for the fire alarm to shut off. Here is how a typical night goes: I finally come back to the room after a long day of school and work, change into my comfortable pajamas, and then finally, I lie down and relax.

FCC warns of punishment to offensive content

In recent weeks, the Federal Communications Commission has made it clear that it will not let organizations abuse the rules regarding offensive content on television, radio and satelite cable and in the case of the recent Howard Stern incident, which involved his show being banned from Clear Channel Stations, radio broadcasting.

Alumna’s photos expose war

Not until the mid to late 1800's was war documented with anything other than word-of-mouth or newspapers. At this point in history, a new form of documentation came about; photojournalism. A field that has created much interest among many people in recent years has indefinitely given photographers the ability to document war, from its grotesque reality, to its most pivotal moment.

A Time to Endure

It has come to the attention of myself and many other Americans that this great nation has had to endure, throughout history, events that have continued to threaten our nation's own founding principle: Freedom. Events so horrific in design, that they have raised the masses into fearing daily routines, daily actions, and basic functions of living.

Presidential candidates fight over major issues

It is becoming increasingly clear for many Americans just how complicated the race for Office 2004 is, with an array of twists and turns, it may be difficult for some to follow politics at all. Why is it important for men and women of college-age to know about the candidates, their ideas, and who will win the 2004 election? This is a question that continues to plague the age group of 18 to 24 year-olds.

Carelessness leads to theft in dormitories

In recent months, students at Cabrini have found that there is a significant amount of theft occurring in the residences halls. Charles Shaffner, director of Public Safety, calls campus theft "crimes of opportunity." Shaffner is clear to point out what is a major deterrent of on-campus theft.

Hollywood typecasting should be outlawed

We all have favorite movies, and with that, favorite actors and actresses, but does anyone other than myself find the sudden wave of type-cast actors and actresses annoying. It is as if Hollywood has no new material, particularly in the "comedy" genre. For those who don't know what type-cast means, it is when an actor or actress only plays a certain character that remains the same in all of their movies.

Upcoming spring semester delights

February 21 will mark the beginning of a new semester full of events planned by Student Activities, starting with the Winter Formal, held at Renaissance Hotel. For students who are looking for some food, drinks, and a chance to reside in a heavily social atmosphere, the formal supplies just that.

No sour apples for student actress

Sitting across from Lauren Mineo, a junior elementary education/ communications double major, it became apparent that she was quite passionate about her work. An active participant in theatrics since the age of 14, Mineo recently landed the part of Eve in Neal Newman's production of "The Apple Tree.

Hard work can equal success

There are approximately 11 seconds left on the clock. You find your way weaving in and out of players to the net. Once you've gotten there, you realize the opposing player is much taller, stronger, and faster. The lump begins to form in your throat knowing friends, family and faculty are scrutinizing your every step.

Crack of dawn fire alarms

I find it extremely exhausting that living in New Residence Hall means standing outside waiting for the fire alarm to shut off. Here is how a typical night goes: I finally come back to the room after a long day of school and work, change into my comfortable pajamas, and then finally, I lie down and relax.

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