Tyron Davis

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Consentual sex law is rife with issues

Imagine you and your partner are alone in your room and the pheromones start being released into the atmosphere and you both know what’s coming next.

Men’s basketball begins preseason with fresh faces

Seeming to have a young incoming team to play Cavaliers men’s basketball Coach Tim McDonald focuses on the aspects of fundamentals in order to prepare the team for the season.

College addresses concerns for physically disabled in fire drills and emergencies

Fire drills and emergency situations for students is a task that needs to be practiced to help public safety in knowing what to do in a real situation and how to handle the incident if occurs on Cabrini’s campus. This is especially important for those students with mobility issues.

“Drunk in” selfie—is this the future of Instagram?

A look at the issue of drinking in college, driving under the influence and taking selfies while doing it.

Common core standards will help nation, alumnus says

Taking remedial courses as a recent high school graduate is not uncommon. The majority of incoming freshmen in our nation struggle with college placement test.

Fumble: How the NFL dropped the ball on domestic violence

Many believe that the NFL wants to make themselves look better by covering their tracks and penalizing domestic violence cases more severely.

Commuting to a new lounge

Rooyman’s Hall is more than just the RAC Grille. It now features the commuters’ lounge that was previously set up in Founder’s Hall before being turned into a graphic design lab.

Goodman brings plenty of experience to education department

Philadelphia native, Dr. Melanie C. Goodman, has joined the Cabrini community. Here to help out the education majors, Goodman will be resource for those aspiring to be reading specialists.

Fitzgerald looks forward to joining history faculty

As the Cabrini community welcomes Dr. Joseph R. Fitzgerald as a new faculty member on campus, Fitzgerald looks forward to helping uphold Cabrini’s mission by preparing students to “Become engaged citizens of the world.”

Local store owners and families come together to enjoy Bryn Mawr Day

On Saturday, Sept. 6, local stores participated in the area's fifth annual Bryn Mawr Day. Bryn Mawr Day is an event that was put together to raise awareness of the smaller stores in the area. It gives the knowledge of stores and historical monuments that are over 100 years old. With King of Prussia mall and online shopping at your fingertips, local store owners worry that people in the area and college students are unaware of the stores that are in their vicinity.

Men’s Golf takes second in the CSAC championship

As men’s golf traveled to Huntingdon Valley, Pa. for a two day tournament at the Philmont Country Club. The Cavaliers fall short of first… Read More

Bring back activities students want, they will stay on campus

Did you know there used to bring an event called the "Spring Fling" here at Cabrini? It all changed because of incident.

Prominent artists start 2015 with a bang

There are a number of great albums that were released in 2014 and there are even more to expect out of 2015.

Interfaith prayer service prays for victims of human trafficking

Cabrini College was joined by Reverend Joseph Modica, chaplain of Eastern University, on Thursday, Feb. 5 to discuss the issue of human trafficking.

Wednesday trips offered by the campus are worth it, student says

Every Wednesday there are designated vans that offer to take students rock climbing and to Skyzone to enjoy a few hours of exercise and socializing.

Cabrini alumnus sworn in as state representative

On Jan. 20, Tom Wolf was sworn in as the Governor of Pennsylvania. Along with the swearing in of Wolf was Cabrini alumni, Jamie Santora, as the State Representative.

The new face of sodexo

By Tyron Davis Asst. News Editor New to Cabrini is Sodexo’s new general manager for dining services, Tracy Eells. What to expect from the… Read More

New Year, New COM Department

Changes in the Communication Department at Cabrini are to come in the future. With new faculty and new classes there looks to be a… Read More

Not all stereotypes in sports have validity to them

Sports and stereotypes go hand-in-hand and if you played sports or did any kind of physical activity growing up then you have been a witness to these stereotypes.

Brad Koch: not your ordinary Athletic Director

You may have seen him in the Dixon center or at a Cabrini athletics event. Brad Koch is Cabrini College’s athletic director and strives to meet the goals of the college, players and coaches at the school.
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