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Performing Arts Showcase

Cabrini’s sixth annual Performing Arts Showcase, organized by the visual and performing arts department and the XMusica Society, brought together a variety of musical… Read More

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Cabrini bids farewell to ‘Merry Little Christmas’ tradition

“Merry Little Christmas” was a beloved daylong tradition at Cabrini for many years. However, this year saw its final run on December 3.  Dr.… Read More

Game on, stress off

In 1958, the first video game was invented. William Higinbotham, who was a physicist, invented this simple tennis game called “tennis for two”. This… Read More

Cabrini community embraces diverse holiday traditions

With the holiday break approaching, Cabrini students and faculty will have a month long break for some much–needed personal time. This break gives Cabrini… Read More

Center on Immigration has a new partnership

Cabrini’s Center on Immigration has a new partnership with the Free Migration Project. The Center on Immigration is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization, whose mission… Read More

Social Nexus carries on despite closure

A digital success story. An agency that navigates closure with resilience. Social Nexus strives to understand social media’s impact on the public, and with… Read More

Sweet and educational: Fall in Love with Books

On Friday, November 17, students wrapped up the fall season with an event put on by the Student Government Association called “Fall in Love… Read More

Cabrini Theatre showcases alumni-written comedies in One-Act Play Festival

Grab tickets and snacks and get ready for Cabrini Theatre’s One-Act Play Festival happening November 30 and December 1. Members of the Cabrini Community,… Read More

Mental health and the student athlete

Triumph on the field and in the mind. Psychological obstacles hurdled. Mental health takes the win while anxiety takes the loss. It’s time to… Read More

Cozy Thursdays, a judgement-free zone

The closer the weekend is, the fewer students are seen on Cabrini’s campus. However, the Wolfington Center attracts a small crowd every Thursday from… Read More

Cabrini Spectrum presents Outfest

On October 27th, the student led club Cabrini Spectrum, a LGBTQIA+ campus organization, held an Outfest event in The Grill at the Widener center.… Read More

A Valentine’s Day Hit

by Dave Wiley guest writer So the big heart day is rapidly approaching. Trying to figure out what to do with the limited resources… Read More

`Up With People’ organization goes down

by Linsey Heiser news editor The “common beat” of the drum will beat no longer. At of the end of 2000, the 35-year-old Up… Read More

The sun shines brightly on Walnut Street

by Chris Vesci staff writer Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys, showing at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia through March 4, is a play… Read More

Testosterone drained from halftime show

by Michael A Kazanjian a&e editor Something just didn’t seem right. There was football. There were beer commercials. There were overstuffed men on couches… Read More

Cav of the Moment: Senior shows her special side

staff photographer by Mike Bevelaqua staff writer Jenna Mancini has been extremely busy since attending Cabrini College. She has been accepted into the Kappa… Read More

Traveling to Brazil

Kendra Clark Although Brazil is famously known for its beaches, it also has many other exciting attractions.

Freestyle Walking: an idiot’s guide to fun

by Michael A Kazanjian A&E editor Never before has an idea been so stupid. It’s a wonder that a moment like this isn’t enough… Read More

Gearing up for rejection

by Dr. Love guest writer I won’t lie to you, I’m scared to death of three things: heights, rollercoasters and women. But I’d rather… Read More

Old traditions in new ways

Sarah Thompson by Jennifer Coots assistant perspectives editor Dozens of people ranging from grandparents, mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, friends, babies and Cabrini students jam… Read More

Coming your way

by Kendra Clark staff writer On and Off and Campus Events  Dec. 8 Mr. and Miss Cabrini pageant in the Grace Hall Atrium.… Read More
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