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Cabrini finds resilience during pandemic

After the pandemic shaped our first two years at Cabrini, the 2021-22 school year brought with it a new sense of normalcy,  purpose and… Read More

Olivia Rodrigo’s heartbreak music and movie can help people with psychological disabilities

Actress Olivia Rodrigo is known for her Disney fame, but recently started a music career which really resonates with me and many college-aged young… Read More

How having parents who split at a young age has affected me

If your parents are still together or even like each other, please consider yourself extremely lucky. It’s not easy. Pretty much since the time… Read More
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Cabrini student uses her disability to inspire others

It was high school graduation day and when Samantha Sturkey’s name was called, she said: “They had to walk my diploma down to me… Read More

Do Cabrini students care about politics?

With a societal push for social justice reform and political issues becoming less about politics and more about human rights issues, encouraging active political… Read More
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Cabrini launches Collegiate Recovery Program for students dealing with addiction

Cabrini University has launched a Collegiate Recovery Program for students dealing with addiction, mental health issues and eating disorders. “It’s a peer support program… Read More

Most of what we know of human trafficking is wrong, experts say

In front of an audience of more than 50 college students, Carla Clanagan motioned to the crowd. “It can be anyone. Look around, anyone of… Read More

Overcoming a family loss and discovering my purpose

I had no sense of direction. No sense of reality. No sense of purpose. I was simply, lost. I lost my brother, Michael Ryan… Read More

Can we cancel ‘cancel culture?’

Olivia Jade. Kevin Hart. Logan Paul. Rachael Kirkconnell. What do they all have in common? They’ve all been canceled at one point during their… Read More

Shaking pandemic social habits

Life here at Cabrini has been significantly impacted by the pandemic. The impact of it had people changing their daily lives. Which included changes… Read More

International adoptions pose issues for children trying to cross borders

Children from all over the world struggle to make ends meet under the circumstances they’re placed in. Most kids are stuck across borders waiting… Read More

Where Catholic Relief Services and peace building meet

This spring semester, the Wolfington Center at Cabrini chose “Peacebuilding; Restoring Relationships and Communities” as this year’s theme for their American Catholic Church lecture… Read More

College athletes are not essential workers; why do we think we are?

It is okay, I can say that.  I am one. Before I keep going, let me explain more about who I am. I come… Read More

Why I might hate Christmas this year

  Christmas. A time of caroling, gifts, last-minute shopping, binging Christmas movies, social distancing, COVID-19, incessant mask-wearing, lockdown, a whole global pandemic and a… Read More

Dr. Zakia Gates: Social justice warrior in the classroom

Freshman year of college even before she got her feet wet, she was told by her aunt to pursue a doctorate degree. Even though… Read More

Apple launches special feature for showcasing music videos

Apple has recently launched its brand new “Apple Music TV” which is a 24 hour live streamed curation of popular music videos. According to… Read More

How COVID- 19 has made me a prisoner in my own home

When listening to various news outlets, you’re inundated with rising statistics and personal stories that illustrate just how scary the coronavirus truly is. However,… Read More

A very COVID-19 Thanksgiving: Staying connected during a pandemic

Thanksgiving is usually a time for families to get together and spend time with each other. It’s one of the few times many families… Read More

Frontline healthcare workers are underappreciated and deserve recognition for risking their lives

Being a frontline worker in the healthcare world during a 100-year  pandemic is far from an easy task. In fact, it is a high… Read More

Say Her Name

She slept in her home peacefully and did not wake up the next day. Her name was Breonna Taylor, an African American woman. She… Read More


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