Ryan McLaughlin

Articles by Ryan McLaughlin

Immigration simulation teaches harsh realities

The simulation was very successful and evoked a lot of emotion similar to what is felt by those trying to become legal in the United States.

Life inside house 5

Of the many places on Cabrini’s campus to live, some are considered better than others. Choosing where you live is a very important decision… Read More

Father Fred Kammer coming to Cabrini

A man who is a member of the Society of Jesus is coming to Cabrini to shed light into how social justice is applied in the Roman Catholic tradition.

Search Retreat provides chance for self-exploration

"We talk about going on retreat to strengthen your relationships with God, other people including family and friends and with creation as well."

Violent video games: a translation to violent behavior?

Violent video games are known to cause a temporary increase in aggression.

Through the lens of justice: Photo course works alongside Philly’s homeless population

Working with Bethesda Project, a shelter in the lower north section of Philadelphia that provides a temporary home for around 200 men, Panetta and her students offered homeless shelter residents a photography class as part of a healing arts project.

‘I will vote with my brain and not lady-parts’

The outcome of the 2012 presidential election will affect the people of America in an array of different ways. For Maria Monastra, a sophomore… Read More

Head-to-Head : Mitt VS. Barack

President Obama and Mitt Romney go head to head in a fierce 2nd presidential debate.

Debra Casey takes on the world

Ever wonder what kind of drive it takes to go for a Ph.D.? Besides the will to succeed, the new assistant professor of business… Read More

Thursday Briefing for Issue 7, Oct. 18.

The Debate and Its Aftermath Shedding light onto the aftermath of the presidential debate, Obama and Romney both stood out in their own distinct… Read More

Summer tuition cut

With summer just around the corner, students are preparing for finals and soon after, a few months of time away from the classroom. For… Read More

Want to check your safety? There’s an app for that!

Like an overprotective mother, there is a new web app out that makes sure you get from point A to point B safely. Now-a-days, there is an app for everything. You can start your car with an app, watch videos, listen to massive online libraries of music for free, so it makes sense that there are apps designed to increase a person’s safety being developed as well.

Cabrini students take on Guatemala

Traveling to a country riddled with a horrid past of genocide and economic injustice is the destination myself and a handful of other students and teachers will be heading to this spring break.

Gobble! Gobble! Gobble!

Gathered around the table, the smell of turkey being prepared fills the house. For many lucky enough to engage in this reality, it’s a… Read More

Mastronardi Award — Leadership and service

Mastronardi Award is awarded to two student leaders.

Field hockey suffers another loss to Delaware Valley College

The Cabrini College women’s field hockey team suffered their fourth consecutive loss on Tuesday afternoon against the Delaware Valley College Aggies, 3-2. This away… Read More

Beating the “Freshman 15”

The rush of attending college as a freshman can be overwhelming. With this new experience comes a new sense of freedom that can become… Read More

Climate change discussed in interfaith discussion

The Earth is being damaged and destroyed everyday and because many Americans don’t see the damage face-to-face, we assume it isn’t real or pretend it doesn’t exist.

People Poll: Why did you come to Cabrini?

Students were asked on their deciding factors that brought them to Cabrini College.

Getting fit for summer

Having trouble getting your body ready for summer? This article might answer some questions and help to set you on the right track.
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