Ryan Kirby

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Rookie of the year looks to future seasons

Thirteen goals, two assists, Pennsylvania Athletic Conference rookie of the year and second team all-PAC honors aren't enough for freshman field hockey star Desiree Umosella. "We have a great coach, great leaders and a lot of young talent. No one is satisfied with our record and we feel like we could have won every game," Umosella said.

Nike and CRS work together to make improvements in Ethiopia

Cooking for hours on end, hand washing clothes and finding a suitable husband are all normal everyday worries for many girls living in Ethiopia. That and the discrimination they face in their own communities with regards to their education. "Educating girls isn't valued over there," Cabrini senior elementary education major Brenna Bangs said.

No precautions taken preventing second incident

The second stabbing isn't so unexpected to upper classmen. Being a resident here for four years, I have always felt safe, but that has absolutely nothing to do with Public Safety or the Radnor police or anyone who claims to be keeping us safe here on campus.

Cabrini student heads stream restoration project

The historical Valley Forge camp where George Washington and General Lafayette camped during the brutal winter of 1777 is in danger of being washed away because of storm water run-off from the Valley Creek. Kallyn Seidler, a junior environmental science major, has been a groundbreaker in compiling data on the creek and running tests to see if a new innovative technique in stream restoration will do its job.

50 years in the making

Fifty years ago 43 women came to Cabrini College for its first year, thirsty for knowledge, opportunity and the chance to earn their college degree. Now Cabrini serves more than 3,000 graduate and undergraduate students.

Colleges drop out of rankings

The New York Times reported that of the 80 liberal arts colleges associated with the "Annapolis Group," a majority will drop out of the annual U.S. News survey. The Decision came after the Annapolis Group, a loose organization of liberal arts colleges, held their annual meeting.

Bottled water contributes to plastic waste

With all the trendy restaurants in major cities switching to non-genetically engineered food and cooking without trans fat, our country still manages to dump over 2 million tons of plastic waste from bottled water every year into our landfills. Aside from the simple fact of unbelievable amounts of waste, what about the environmental cost of all the oil that goes into making the plastic bottles and CO2 that pollutes the atmosphere from transporting these bottles across the country? A recent MSNBC article by Dr.

Women’s lacrosse records ninth straight PAC victory

Sophomore Danielle Rothermal scored four times for Cabrini, leading the way to their ninth straight Pennsylvania Athletic Conference victory this season. With this win Cabrini clinches the first seed in the PAC playoffs, giving them home field advantage throughout.

Reimer works toward PAC championship

Leading the men's lacrosse team in goals with 20 in just nine games isn't something junior attack Scott Reimer is focused on. "This is the best team we've had since I've been here," Reimer said. That's a bold statement considered the last two seasons the team has managed to be nationally ranked, win PAC titles and qualify for the NCAA national tournament.

Men’s lacrosse jumps in rankings with early season wins

Winning 10-9 and 14-5 over No. 4 ranked Roanoke College and Greensboro College respectively is a great way to start any season, as well as adding in some warm weather. This year's version of the men's lacrosse team had quite an opening week to their season.

Race to the White House

Barack Obama is the candidate who has been preaching change since day one of his campaign. The immigration crisis, rising national debt, lack of a healthcare plan and an economic downturn are just a few of the problems that need immediate action, which Obama has promised to deliver.

Internships provide valuable experience

According to Princeton Review's "Internship Bible" there are roughly 100,000 internship positions per year. Of those 100,000 how many actually land a position with the same company? "Well, at Comcast-Spectacor (76ers, Flyers, Phantoms, etc.) we tend to hire about 20 percent of our interns," John Mansor, Human Resources Hiring Director for Comcast-Spectacor, said.

Student profile: Santangelo interns at White House

One hundred students in the entire country get the remarkable opportunity to have an internship at the White House. This spring, Shannon Santangelo, a third year student at Cabrini College, with a double major in finance and mathematics and minor in accounting, is one of the lucky few.

Internships: many perks to hands-on skill

Forty hours a week in the office, 10-15 hours a week at events and another 10 hours a week driving in rush hour traffic. Sounds like the hectic lifestyle of a rich VP for a big company right? Wrong, it's an unpaid internship. Landing the internship of your dreams isn't as far out of reach as you might think.

Fresh powder getaways in local Pa.

Whether you're looking for a weekend getaway in the mountains, a quick trip to hit the slopes or a family vacation, you might be surprised that Pennsylvania's area ski resorts have everything you need. "People think you have to go to Vermont or Colorado to get the really good mountains.

Basketball alumni to return for ‘tradition’

The Dixon Center will again host the annual Cabrini men's basketball alumni game on Saturday, Feb. 2 starting at 10 a.m. Regaining the support for the alumni has been the main priority for the new head coach Greg Herenda as he has done his best to turn the Cavalier program around in many aspects.

Lady Cavs defeat Cedar Crest

Sophomore Kate Walck and junior Nikki Duggan combined for 26 points in a 50 point route of Cedar Crest College on Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Dixon Center. The lady Cavaliers improve to 3-1 overall and 2-0 in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference so far this season.

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