Ryan Codkind

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Cabrini baseball senior scores 100 career runs

Cabrini senior Mack McKisson, who is a center fielder with a batting average of .391, has become the first student-athlete on the team to… Read More

Mask-wearing during a pandemic should not be a debate

While wearing masks have become a sign of the times as the world battles against the COVID-19 pandemic, not everyone is inclined to follow… Read More

NFL lawsuit highlights racial inequity in concussion compensation

A concussion lawsuit filed by two former NFL players focuses on the existence of racial bias in science, leading to differences in financial payouts… Read More

Celebrating Women’s History Month

March is known as Women’s History Month, which seeks to recognize and celebrate the significant contributions of women throughout the ages.   The origins of… Read More

An inside look at the peer tutoring program coordinator

Did you know that the person running the Peer Tutoring Program at Cabrini is also a student himself? Kyle Brett is currently the peer… Read More

Students remain engaged in campus life during COVID-19

Even in challenging times, students are finding ways to connect with each other through new types of campus programming and outreach. Student involvement has… Read More

Building leadership and confidence in Girl Scout Troop 6000

Young girls in New York City’s shelter system find ways to connect, build confidence and become leaders through Troop 6000. The Girl Scouts organization… Read More

2020 Presidential election divides a nation

The most recent election further highlighted the division that exists within the country, as well as the fundamental differences that are apparent when looking… Read More

Latinx school-aged children struggle with virtual learning

Latinx school-aged children struggle with a wide range of issues impacting their ability to learn effectively in a virtual format as a result of… Read More

Adjunct professors try to adapt to COVID-19

Adjunct professors suffer a wide range of consequences as a result of COVID-19.  Higher education is one of the areas that has been greatly… Read More

Cabrini baseball senior scores 100 career runs

Cabrini senior Mack McKisson, who is a center fielder with a batting average of .391, has become the first student-athlete on the team to… Read More

Mask-wearing during a pandemic should not be a debate

While wearing masks have become a sign of the times as the world battles against the COVID-19 pandemic, not everyone is inclined to follow… Read More

NFL lawsuit highlights racial inequity in concussion compensation

A concussion lawsuit filed by two former NFL players focuses on the existence of racial bias in science, leading to differences in financial payouts… Read More

Celebrating Women’s History Month

March is known as Women’s History Month, which seeks to recognize and celebrate the significant contributions of women throughout the ages.   The origins of… Read More

An inside look at the peer tutoring program coordinator

Did you know that the person running the Peer Tutoring Program at Cabrini is also a student himself? Kyle Brett is currently the peer… Read More

Students remain engaged in campus life during COVID-19

Even in challenging times, students are finding ways to connect with each other through new types of campus programming and outreach. Student involvement has… Read More

Building leadership and confidence in Girl Scout Troop 6000

Young girls in New York City’s shelter system find ways to connect, build confidence and become leaders through Troop 6000. The Girl Scouts organization… Read More

2020 Presidential election divides a nation

The most recent election further highlighted the division that exists within the country, as well as the fundamental differences that are apparent when looking… Read More

Latinx school-aged children struggle with virtual learning

Latinx school-aged children struggle with a wide range of issues impacting their ability to learn effectively in a virtual format as a result of… Read More

Adjunct professors try to adapt to COVID-19

Adjunct professors suffer a wide range of consequences as a result of COVID-19.  Higher education is one of the areas that has been greatly… Read More
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