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Here’s why Loquitur used the slur in its racial incident story

“Words are pale shadows of forgotten names. As names have power, words have power. Words can light fires in the minds of men. Words… Read More

Daytime activities heat up Spring Fling

Spring Fling hosted a variety of activities on the lawn behind the Mansion during the day Saturday. The mechanical bull was a new addition this year and was a big hit with students. Students looked on with amusement as their friends tried desperately to hang on as long as possible, only to be thrown onto the air bag below.

Summer jobs: the good, the bad

With the semester nearing its end, many students may be thinking about sand and surf, road trips and other fun times with friends and family (and possibly finals). You just might be one who is eager for those summer activities and perhaps finding that summer job is towards the back of your mind.

Waiting, watching for new pope

I do everything possible to avoid anything having to do with death. If it deals with someone I know or even a complete stranger, just the word death absolutely terrifies me. When I learned about Pope John Paul II's "grave state," for some reason, I became intrigued.

Sony’s PSP gives gamers new choices

The technological world took another leap forward recently with the latest release of Sony's Playstation Portable (PSP). The much anticipated debut on Mar. 24th created hysteria in the video game world. Best Buy and technological outlets throughout the nation have initiated early midnight openings to ensure customer satisfaction.

Two Day Festival Rocks and Educates Punk/Hardcore Fans

"I thought it was great, except for the fact that it was in the south." Junior Seth Kline is not talking about Disney World. He is talking about MACRoCk, the mid-Atlantic College Radio music festival, held April 5 and 6 at James Madison University. Kline and a few other students from Cabrini and the surrounding colleges joined 3,500 other "scenesters" in Harrisonberg, Va.

Children’s school undergoes changes

Next fall, The Children's School of Cabrini College will drop the day care component of its program along with the accreditation from the department of welfare. The school will remain open for three and four year-old preschool and for kindergarten once the department of education accredits it.

Terrorist-sent mail containing the anthrax

NBC, ABC, tabloids papers in Florida, a Microsoft office in Reno and Senator Tom Daschle, the Democratic Majority Leader, have all been targeted. The… Read More

‘GIft of blackness’ must be incoporated into liturgy

Approximately 40 harmonizing voices filled the Bruckmann Chapel of St. Joseph during an interactive presentation given by Valerie Lee-Jeter, director of music and liturgy… Read More

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Volleyball season ends in style

Jenine Ikeler The volleyball team destroyed Cheyney University 3-0 on Thursday, Oct. 26. Photos by Jenine Ikeler.

Field hockey team loses championship game

Brian O’Connell The women’s field hockey team made it to the PAC championship after defeating Wesley College 3-1 Wednesday, Oct. 25 in the semifinals.… Read More

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