Victoria Giordano

Articles by Victoria Giordano

Immigration reform protestors in Washington D.C.

Hope for immigrants as Berks County Detention Center closes

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Wednesday, Nov. 30, that the federal government would end its contract with the Berks County Detention Center.  Located in… Read More

Travel is the best form of education

For as long as I can remember, I have always valued education. I prefer to focus on my studies and stay out of trouble… Read More

The “Enola Holmes” movies represent female empowerment in choice, freedom, and true crime

When “Enola Holmes” was released on Netflix in 2020, and its sequel was released on Nov. 4,  it wasn’t the films’ action-packed fun that… Read More

Cabrini community shares how gun violence impacts politics

Gun violence is on the rise across the nation. In communities like Philadelphia, these incidents occur frequently. However, with the midterm elections approaching, there… Read More

Cabrini faculty explain the decrease in campus living

Over the years, students have filled up rooms in Cabrini’s residence halls. Nowadays, most of those rooms are empty. Even Xavier Hall, the freshman… Read More

Cabrini community on differing faiths at a Catholic institution

Cabrini University opened as a Catholic institution in 1957. Since then, the university’s doors have also been open to people of multiple faiths and… Read More

Cavalier Radio moves from shared FM to 24-hour streaming

Cavalier Radio has joined the streaming era. On Aug. 24, Communication department chair Dr. Dawn Francis announced the station’s departure from an FCC license… Read More

Local leaders, Cabrini react to the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

On June 24, the United States of America reacted to the Supreme Court’s controversial decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. According to Congresswoman Mary… Read More

Cabrini’s student government association opens up about their organization

Students have become unaware of who to turn to when it comes to getting involved on campus and attending on-campus events. What they don’t… Read More

Students, faculty offer mixed reactions to the draft of a leaked majority Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Today, Cabrini students, staff and faculty reacted to news of a leaked majority Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade. According to… Read More

Abortion rights are human rights

For many years, women all over the world have turned to the process of abortion to manage their unplanned pregnancies. In today’s day and… Read More
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How Daylight Savings Time affects emotional, physical health

Daylight Savings Time has been around for a couple of centuries, and it appears that it can aggravate people and their health routines in… Read More

COM freshmen shares how to be an engaging citizen on Cabrini Day

Freshmen of the communications learning community presented a stimulation of the “Road to Democratic Engagement” on Cabrini Day in the Dixon Center. The stimulation… Read More

How social media platforms trigger insecurities

Since the early 2000s, many social media platforms have launched to help people connect. In today’s day and age, more than 3.6 billion people… Read More

How rap culture has helped the black communities express themselves

When Public Enemy released “Fight the Power” in the ‘80s, it shook the world.  “At the time of the song’s release, it was during… Read More

Cabrini student shares how a sport and a lacrosse coach inspired sobriety

River Harper anxiously shifted in his seat and grasped his hands as he reflected on his younger years. The senior lacrosse player and biology… Read More

Sports columnist, author shares writing tips with Cabrini students

Mike Sielski, a long-time sports columnist and author, told students at Cabrini what it takes to be a great journalist. “If you want to… Read More

Cabrini hosts events for green week

Cabrini hosted events for Green Week from Oct. 4 to Oct. 8. Green week is a week of activities for students and faculty to… Read More

Cabrini student tells why being an outsider is a positive thing

They say being an outsider is not a good thing because you’re not interacting with society. They also say no human interaction can lead… Read More

Students with food allergies frustrated with Cabrini’s menu

Cabrini University is not meeting the needs of students with food allergies, students and faculty say.  Most of the foods served at Cabrini consist… Read More
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