Sarah Luckert

Articles by Sarah Luckert

Watershed ECG wins award

The award will recognize a group of 35 students and professors during a ceremony at the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association located in Ambler, Pa. on Wednesday, May 9.

Compost dumpsite at Cabrini

Most students, faculty and staff are unaware of the extensive measures taken to ensure the environmental sustainability of Cabrini College.

Contraception edict on horizon?

The Obama Administration’s recent contraception ruling will have an effect on Cabrini College-provided health insurance.

Fall 2011 Open House

Beautiful Fall weather boosted attendance of high school students for Sunday's open house.

Getting down to Earth: 7 Billion babies on plant earth and counting

The world celebrated the historic birth of the seven billionth baby on Monday Oct. 31. Although specific babies born on that day were chosen to represent the population increase, the United Nations noted how impossible it is to know exactly where or when the seven billionth person was born due to the millions of births and deaths that occur every day.

White House advisor speaks to Cabrini community

Lynn Rosenthal, White House Advisor on Violence Against Women, changed the speech she prepared after attending the events of the Domestic Violence Symposium held on Tuesday, Oct. 4.

Town hall forum addresses cyberbullying

A town meeting on social media and online harassment was held on Tuesday, Sept. 27.

Marketplace greets students with big changes

The doors to the Marketplace were opened for the first meal time since the anticipated renovations on Thursday, Aug. 24. It was an exciting day for students and faculty alike as the Marketplace served its first full-course meal to the entire Cabrini community.

Love knows no age: students embarks on life-long relationship

They met by pure happenstance. Two young students, Amy Rodden and Dan Ferrell didn’t know that five days after they met they would begin… Read More

Class of 2011: Meet your valedictorian

The class of 2011's valedictorian is Stephanie Iaccarino.

Reality check: sexting 101

Sexting. Everyone has heard about it, but we must be fair and say not necessarily everyone has done it.

Homeless raise awareness in 140 words or less

The Unheard in New York project had one purpose, to fight homelessness 140 characters at a time. The project was designed as a 30-day trial that used social networking to give a voice to homeless people living in New York City.

Something healthy for that sweet craving

Something healthy for that sweet craving

Add a little green to your wardrobe (we are not just talking about the color)

The clothing company H&M plans on debuting their new environmentally sustainable clothing line this upcoming spring.

College joins schools in green initiative; ‘Green team’ aims to make campus environmentally sustainable

Colleges all over The United States are forming organizations called Green Teams. Cabrini College decided that in order to bring together all of the current sustainable actions and follow the three R’s, reduce, recycle and raise awareness, a Green Team must exist.

Fertility treAdding four to the family

I was four years old and turning five the year my mother gave birth to my quadruplet brothers. Christopher John, Joseph Austin, Michael Patrick and Nicholas Ryan were miracles brought into the world with the help of fertility drugs.

Irish student adjusts to life at Cabrini College

Matt McColgan is a current student at Cabrini College who lives in Belfast, Ireland.

CTL celebrates achievements, four-year anniversary in Iadarola

The Center for Teaching and Learning celebrated four years of academic support and peer assistance this month. The Center for Teaching and Learning, CTL, is housed in the Iadarola Center and is designed to focus on strengthening study skills, stress-free, by having students work with certified faculty and students in the center.

Pajamas are not the new professional

Everyone loves to be comfortable but that does not give anyone the right to show up to class in their pajamas.

White Dog vows to be eco-friendly

Wicks founded the hospitable White Dog Cafe in 1983. She sold the restaurant in 2009 in order to focus more on her love of social activism.


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