How does Cabrini celebrate Women’s History Month?
March marks Women’s History Month, created in 1987 by the Education Task Force of Sonoma Country Commission on the Status of Women. They planned… Read More
Rihanna returns to music
Rihanna’s musical homecoming happens Feb. 12 at the Super Bowl halftime show, and the anticipation is building. Will she debut new music before then… Read More
Cabrini University celebrates Welcome Weekend
As the new year begins, so does Cabrini students’ spring semester. And there is no better way to start off the new term than… Read More
The power of post-holiday break blues
Holiday break marks a time for students to refresh, relax, spend time with family, and not worry about school. But returning after the break… Read More
Will ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ be worth the wait?
After 13 long years of waiting, the time has finally come: James Cameron’s “Avatar: The Way of Water” hits theaters on Dec. 16. This… Read More
How Uber ensures safety for its riders
Accessing daily transportation can be a struggle for some, or easy for others. Many college students don’t have a car on campus or can… Read More
The struggles of sports bonding away from home
Kids grow up watching sporting events, movies, and TV shows with their guardians. Then, 18 years later, those kids often go off to college… Read More
Student stylists enhance the campus beauty experience
Cosmetology is a passion for many Cabrini students. Whether it’s doing hair, makeup, nails, or any other beauty technique, there’s much talent to be… Read More
‘The News’ on pop-punk’s return
Paramore’s sixth studio album “This Is Why” debuted at number one on Billboard’s Top Rock Chart on Feb. 22, setting a promising precedent for Fall… Read More
Making the most of spring break
During the semester, students find themselves overwhelmed with school, work, and extracurricular activities. Emily Slonecker, assistant professor of psychology, explained, “It is incredibly beneficial… Read More
Celebrating the importance of Black History Month
February is Black History Month, a time to honor and celebrate Black people from all time periods in U.S. history. The city of Philadelphia… Read More
What are Cabrini’s upcoming events, and who’s delivering them?
As the 2023 spring semester kicks off, many students may not be aware of the variety of campus events available to everyone. University offices… Read More
Reaping the reward, but at what cost?
The gambling industry can make or break a person. Some find themselves successful when putting their money on the line, others, not so much.… Read More
West Philly store owner strives for change and empowerment
At her West Philly boutique Grant Blvd, owner Kimberly McGlonn hires formerly incarcerated people, donates a portion of proceeds to nonprofit organizations, and recycles… Read More
Get to know these Black-owned businesses
Black-owned local businesses surrounding the Philadelphia area and the outskirts are few and far between and many people aren’t aware of them. In Philadelphia,… Read More
Valentine’s Day gift guide for college students
Feb. 14, also known as Valentine’s Day, can look different for everyone. A day that was originally celebrated as a pagan festival in Rome,… Read More