Sean Collins

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Restaurant serves themed hot dogs

The idea of a restaurant that specializes in hot dogs sounds like a crazy idea, but that is exactly what Hot Diggity does and the crowds are pouring in.

Blogroll: It’s Always Funny in Philadelpia

Everybody loves to laugh. However, during times like these, it is not easy to always keep a good sense of humor.  A blog that… Read More

New Year, New Image

With the dawning of the New Year comes, of course, New Year resolutions. Yet in truth, do we really make any effort to keep… Read More

‘Surviving Finals’ coaches students to success

Studying for college finals demands a great deal of preparation. “Surviving Finals Week” was held on Wednesday, Nov. 30, in East Residence Hall.

Math Club holds first annual handball tournament

The first annual handball tournament will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 7 and Friday, Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. in the Nerney Field House, located in the Dixon Center. Hosted by the Math Club, all proceeds collected at the event will go to Operation Santa Claus, an organization that gives toys to children in need.

Red Cross hosts blood drive, encourages donation

Students were offered a real opportunity to make a contribution to those in need during this semester’s blood drive. The Cabrini community eagerly showed their intent to help save lives through their donations on Nov. 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Grace Hall Atrium.

News Briefing Issue 09

Afghan suicide bomber kills 17 A bomb planted on a U.S. bus traveling through Kabul, Afghanistan killed 17 people on Saturday, Oct. 29. The… Read More

King Of Prussia Mall embraces electric cars

The King of Prussia Mall has recently introduced a parking lot specifically for owners of electric cars. The parking lot offers built- in charging stations for environment-friendly battery operated cars. This step is not only convenient and green but it also won’t cost the drivers a penny.

Devoted to her sport, Gordon excels with Cavs

Maura Gordon is a Cabrini senior who has made quite a name for herself as an athlete.

Perspectives-Sean Collins

You might have heard about a horrible incident that took place in New York a few years ago. It was the tragic story of… Read More

Breaking ground in a Mighty way

The story of a groundbreaking women’s basketball program from a Catholic college during a period of transition and change was the main focus of… Read More

Game Show Week recap: “Double Dare”

  Game show week kicked off on Monday, Sept 24, at 7 p.m. with Double Dare on the commons. Students were greeted to the… Read More

LEADstrong encourages students

What skill sets do you have that make you a good leader? This was the question of the day in Grace Hall this Sunday.… Read More

Cabrini celebrates the end of the year with many healthy activities

With final projects and exams right around the corner, the beach is still a while away for many of us. However, the Center for Teaching and Learning has made it a little easier to visualize with their end-of-semester event.

Scholarships for Service and Leadership Available in Wolfington Center

Do you have a passion for service or a need to help others? Are you a student leader? If so,  Scholars in Service and… Read More

Upcoming blood drive aims to save lives

Cabrini will be hosting a blood drive on Monday, April 2. The event will be held in Grace Hall Atrium from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Food for Thought: ‘Food for Life’ teaches benefits of plant-based diet

The ‘Food for Life’ event on March 19 in the Mansion continued the Healthy Monday program with a focus on a a plant-based diet.

Cabrini welcomes new VP of finance, treasurer

Cabrini College is honored to be adding a new talented member to its administration team. Dr. Steven Feld was made Cabrini’s new vice president for finance as well as the school’s new treasurer.

‘Reduction’ provokes imagination

The Christine Palnik “Reduction” exhibit was held on the second story of the Holy Spirit Library. It opened on Thursday, Feb. 16 and will be on display until Friday, March 30.

Application of the Week: Urbanspoon

Do you want to find great local places to eat that actually might be reasonable in price? Urbanspoon is a free app available for smartphones and computers.
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