In the Community

The hope for immigrants broadens as the 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

Elon Musk buys Twitter

On Oct. 27, Elon Musk purchased Twitter for $44 billion, and he immediately started making changes, firing its chief executive Parag Agrawal and chief… Read More

Cabrini unaffected by Supreme Court decision

The Supreme Court heard arguments against the race-conscious admissions policy on Oct. 31. If deemed unconstitutional, all universities will be barred from asking prospective… Read More

Thanksgiving back to normal?

For the last two years, our holidays have been disrupted by COVID-19. However, it seems like we’re now getting back to some normalcy.  According… 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

Advocacy adds power to voting

On Saturday, Oct. 22, Cabrini students traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Ignation Family Teach-In. The Wolfington Center sponsors students to participate… Read More

Fans and city ready for Red October

The 2022 Philadelphia Phillies team will be remembered as one of the best in franchise history, and the coveted championship parade down Broad Street… Read More
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Just how gone is COVID-19?

The  COVID-19 pandemic didn’t only shut down the world, it redefined society from how people interact with each other to how they exist in… Read More

Voting demographics; changes and impacts

In recent years, the ever-changing voting demographics in American politics have had a major influence on election results. These changes lie primarily in the… Read More
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Protests rage in Iran after 22-year-old dies in police custody

The recent death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini has sparked weeks of protest in the streets of Iran and caught the attention of millions around… Read More

Over 1,650 books banned in 2022

This year marked the 40th anniversary of Banned Books Week, Sept. 12-24. Banned Books Week celebrates free and open access to information. The theme… Read More

Out with the plastic, in with the reusable

Cabrini students might have noticed the lack of plastic bags on campus lately. It’s no coincidence. On Sept. 15, Radnor Township put into effect… Read More

Cabrini commuters are not letting gas prices stall their education

As students return to campus for the 2022 fall semester, a new question looms over Cabrini’s student population: how they will budget getting to… Read More

Biden’s ban on Russian oil and gas garners mixed feelings from the American people

This past month gas prices soared to an all time high of $4.32 per gallon in the United States. This price range is a… Read More

Sanctions against Russia increase as death toll rises in the Ukraine

Without direct military intervention, countries across the globe continue to work together to punish Russia with economic sanctions, aiming to stop the invasion in… Read More
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