Ryan Norris

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The power of voice

Dear Cabrini Community, Some of you may know me and some may not. I am Ryan Norris, junior class president of the Student Government Association. I am writing to you to inform you of how powerful your voice is and what happens when your voice is not heard.

Ex-boyfriend threatens Cabrini student

A malicious threat was made to Cabrini College sophomore Suzanne Capece on Saturday, Sept. 27. According to a the Radnor township police report, Public Safety called the Radnor police requesting assistance for an unknown problem outside of Xavier Hall. The officer was informed that a male, who is not a Cabrini student, was accused of harassing Capece and her boyfriend, sophomore Ryan Cox.

Famous rug exhibit visits campus library

Dr. Leonard Primiano, a professor of religious studies, founded the Sister Anne Ameen Art Exhibit located on the second floor of the Holy Spirit Library. The rugs in the library are owned by Primiano. When he would go to visit an elderly woman named Sister Anne Ameen, he would say "Sister Anne, I would like to buy a rug.

Project Appalachia helps repair natural destruction

Project Appalachia is a break from studies to live together in a community year to meet people in various towns in West Virginia who are in need of home repairs. "Project Appalachia is the longest running continuous service project that Cabrini students have done as a spring break alternative trip," Mary Laver, coordinator of Community Outreach and Partnerships, said.

Playwright uses stage to bridge two worlds

Tom Reing, who came to speak to communication majors on Thursday Feb. 13, helps children express themselves through theater acting, and he writes plays based on some of his experiences. In college, he and four friends were all in a theater production and they were drunk standing around a keg, saying they would always stay in the theater department and never leave each other.

Game room entertains residents

There is now something for students to do on campus with the new game room open in Xavier Hall. Mike Quickel, resident director of Xavier Hall and advisor of the residence hall association, and the RHA worked hard to get this game room up and running. It started with painting walls and tables, then getting all the game equipment, and opened with free pizza, chips and ice cream.

Roe v. Wade anniversary sparks marches and activism; two Cabrini students attend

January 22 marked the 30th anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision to legalize abortion in the United States.

Last game at Veterans Stadium

Known for the worst turf and playing conditions, Veterans Stadium has been the home of the Philadelphia Eagles for more than 30 years, and the Eagles will never play at that stadium again. The first Eagles game at the Vet took place on Aug. 16, 1971, when they defeated the Buffalo Bills in a preseason encounter, 34-28.

Pagaent hurt by lack of teamwork

This year's Mr./Miss Cabrini Pageant was a successful event thanks to everyone who helped out. Congratulations to John Verdi and Laura Cover, our new Mr. and Miss Cabrini. I want to thank our judges, contestants, all of the volunteers, the crowd for all of their support, and most of all the Sophomore Class Board members who made this event happen.

Spring semester’s new courses

There are three new courses being offered this spring, and as of Thursday, Nov. 14, students have signed up for them. Sociology of Happiness, which is an honors seminar 300 course, is being taught by Dr. McKinley. This course will count as an individual in society course, and it will examine the relative value of both individual and institutional factors in the creation and maintenance of human happiness.

The power of voice

Dear Cabrini Community, Some of you may know me and some may not. I am Ryan Norris, junior class president of the Student Government Association. I am writing to you to inform you of how powerful your voice is and what happens when your voice is not heard.

Ex-boyfriend threatens Cabrini student

A malicious threat was made to Cabrini College sophomore Suzanne Capece on Saturday, Sept. 27. According to a the Radnor township police report, Public Safety called the Radnor police requesting assistance for an unknown problem outside of Xavier Hall. The officer was informed that a male, who is not a Cabrini student, was accused of harassing Capece and her boyfriend, sophomore Ryan Cox.

Famous rug exhibit visits campus library

Dr. Leonard Primiano, a professor of religious studies, founded the Sister Anne Ameen Art Exhibit located on the second floor of the Holy Spirit Library. The rugs in the library are owned by Primiano. When he would go to visit an elderly woman named Sister Anne Ameen, he would say "Sister Anne, I would like to buy a rug.

Project Appalachia helps repair natural destruction

Project Appalachia is a break from studies to live together in a community year to meet people in various towns in West Virginia who are in need of home repairs. "Project Appalachia is the longest running continuous service project that Cabrini students have done as a spring break alternative trip," Mary Laver, coordinator of Community Outreach and Partnerships, said.

Playwright uses stage to bridge two worlds

Tom Reing, who came to speak to communication majors on Thursday Feb. 13, helps children express themselves through theater acting, and he writes plays based on some of his experiences. In college, he and four friends were all in a theater production and they were drunk standing around a keg, saying they would always stay in the theater department and never leave each other.

Game room entertains residents

There is now something for students to do on campus with the new game room open in Xavier Hall. Mike Quickel, resident director of Xavier Hall and advisor of the residence hall association, and the RHA worked hard to get this game room up and running. It started with painting walls and tables, then getting all the game equipment, and opened with free pizza, chips and ice cream.

Roe v. Wade anniversary sparks marches and activism; two Cabrini students attend

January 22 marked the 30th anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision to legalize abortion in the United States.

Last game at Veterans Stadium

Known for the worst turf and playing conditions, Veterans Stadium has been the home of the Philadelphia Eagles for more than 30 years, and the Eagles will never play at that stadium again. The first Eagles game at the Vet took place on Aug. 16, 1971, when they defeated the Buffalo Bills in a preseason encounter, 34-28.

Pagaent hurt by lack of teamwork

This year's Mr./Miss Cabrini Pageant was a successful event thanks to everyone who helped out. Congratulations to John Verdi and Laura Cover, our new Mr. and Miss Cabrini. I want to thank our judges, contestants, all of the volunteers, the crowd for all of their support, and most of all the Sophomore Class Board members who made this event happen.

Spring semester’s new courses

There are three new courses being offered this spring, and as of Thursday, Nov. 14, students have signed up for them. Sociology of Happiness, which is an honors seminar 300 course, is being taught by Dr. McKinley. This course will count as an individual in society course, and it will examine the relative value of both individual and institutional factors in the creation and maintenance of human happiness.

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