Sara Horan

Articles by Sara Horan

Athletes will get their sports fix from the couch this winter break

If an athlete is not going to be able to participate in their sport this break what is the next best thing they can… Read More

The pandemic causes students to eat differently

When students returned to campus in August, they had the choice to eat in the caf with new rules or eat out. Here’s what… Read More

Students safely stay social

Will the typical college student ever experience a “normal” social life again? Last March when the announcement was made that we would be sent… Read More

New semester, new protocols, same Cabrini pride

After months of being home and isolated from everyday life, students at Cabrini University are back on campus. With high hopes that they experience… Read More

Cancel culture vs. accountability culture

Within the past few years, the word “canceled” has become an extremely common word. Although we might have heard it a lot in regards… Read More

What’s the rumor? Remote classes have no humor

              Every conversation about online education seems to focus on the negative effects it has on students and learning. A not-so-popular topic about this conversation… Read More

The Musica society puts on another stellar performance

One of the many great programs that Cabrini offers in the performing arts department is the Musica society. The society is a presenting organization… Read More

Teen Vogue Editor in Chief unfortunately knows how to compose a racist tweet

Politics Reporter Alexi McCammond made a name for herself while working at the Washington news site, Axios. McCammond landed a job as the editor-in-chief… Read More

An unpredictable year,but a not so unpredictable Super Bowl

Although many events looked different this past year, one thing that felt the same was the Super Bowl. In February of 2020, Tom Brady… Read More

Can removing some of Dr. Seuss’s books help prevent young minds from stereotyping?

For decades March 2, Dr. Seuss’s birthday, has been celebrated in elementary schools throughout America. As schools in America changed significantly within the past… Read More

Kobe Bryant’s death hit a little to close to home

It has been one year since the devastating tragedy of NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna. The death of Kobe Bryant… Read More

INSTAcart is INSTAntly the best job for any college student

As a broke college student, excitement built up for me last year as schools announced that they were closing for only two weeks due… Read More

A woman in office is not just a dream anymore

I am often fascinated when I reflect upon all of the events that have happened in our country while I have been alive and… Read More

A quick- change in seasons and style for Fall and Winter 2020

The year 2020 has been full of nothing but surprises and even though the past week has been 70 degrees in November there are… Read More
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