Everything you need to know about pets on campus

The start of Cabrini University’s fall semester brings excitement to some students, but overwhelming feelings to others. One thing that helps some students feel… Read More

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What’s coming out in the Marvel Cinetmatic Universe and what Cabrini students have to say

Warning: This article may contain spoilers. The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) officially began on May 2, 2008, with the release of the first Iron… Read More
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Sexual Assault Awareness April- #MeToo and #TimesUp movements can be powerful for all women alike

Sexual assault – it’s scary and it’s real, especially in college. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. To know what to be aware of,… 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
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Five steps to practice self-care

Taking care of yourself is very integral part of the human condition. Without self-care, we would be working robots that had no time for… Read More

Catch Cornel West, Cavalier Radio open mic and senior celebration to round out the school year

With the spring semester is winding down, you may find that things are a little bit slower around the Cabrini campus. Despite this, there… Read More

COVID-19, social media linked to increase in K-12 student fighting

Melissa Cosgriff, a fifth-grade math teacher at Upper Merion Area High School for 15 years, walked through the hallways on her lunch break. She… Read More

How Cabrini builds championship caliber athletes

In the world of athletics, bigger, stronger and faster is the name of the game, as athletes will do just about anything to get… Read More

Cabrini’s return to large sporting events with new appreciation

During the last two years, sporting venues that were once packed with fans, turned into ghost towns. The entire sporting world felt this setback… Read More

Students share stories of on campus vs. off campus housing

One of the biggest decisions that any college student has to make is whether they want to live on campus or off campus. Discussions… 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

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After ‘Survivor’

by Jenine J. Ikeler staff writer Colleen Haskell, the pixie-like castaway from “Survivor,” is set to costar with Saturday Night Live star Rob Schneider… Read More

Early experiences in education

by Renee Di Pietro staffwriter Sophomore education majors are getting a taste of their major as they begin field experience every Wednesday, for 10… Read More

‘Up with People’ gets down at the Dixon Center

"Up with People," an international dancing and music group that travels to different countries with their show, performed in the Dixon Center to a large and diverse crowd.

Non-blue-haired bingo

by Marianne McKim staff writer Bingo! Say it loud and proud. You may have just won $100. One of the very popular activities among… Read More

Dixie Chicks fly high

by Jennifer Ford staff writer Saturday, Oct. 14 at 8:30 p.m. Martie Seidel, Natalie Maines and Emily Robison, a.k.a. the Dixie Chicks, played to… Read More

Amnesty International wants you

by Kate Pelusi staff writer If you are looking for an activity at Cabrini to join and are overwhelmed by all the different choices,… Read More

Drawing students display artwork in cafeteria

Jenine Ikeler Artwork by Prof. Lisa Learner’s drawing students are on display in the cafeteria. The drawings were inspired by famous artists.

Oh the places we can go

by Marianne McKim staff writer So, you’re sitting around and bored out of your mind. There is nothing to do. Most of your friends… Read More

Exploring the world through a teacher’s eyes

by Meghan Merkel features editor Anne Vilar Iskrant, adjunct professor here at Cabrini, made two major mistakes in her life. One: she should have… Read More
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