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Studying in group sessions for finals week

As finals week arrives, it can be hard for students to study and complete their work. But there is no better way to prepare… 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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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
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My Mind and Me: More than just another celebrity documentary

After being diagnosed with lupus and bipolar disorder, Selena Gomez explores her challenges with stardom, and medical and mental health in the 2022 documentary… Read More
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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

Introducing House 67 Productions

This semester marks the first year for the Cabrini communication department’s newest student-led agency, House 67 Productions. Advised by John Doyle, assistant professor of… Read More

Cabrini Swifties enter new era with “Midnights”

Cabrini students are in that lavender haze since Taylor Swift’s new album was released on Oct. 21. During the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards,  Swift… Read More

Fit 4 U club aims to expand post-COVID-19

With pandemic restrictions on campus lifted, Cabrini’s Fit 4 U club hopes to increase its activities and drive up membership. Fit 4 U’s beginnings… Read More

The “Enola Holmes” movies represent female empowerment in choice, freedom, and true crime

When “Enola Holmes” was released on Netflix in 2020, and its sequel was released on Nov. 4,  it wasn’t the films’ action-packed fun that… Read More

Voting with a disability: every vote counts

People with disabilities are the highest population of any minority that are registered to vote, per a survey conducted by Rutgers University.  On Oct.… Read More
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Wolfington Center increases voter engagement among students

Often, when it comes to voting, college students cannot make it to the polls or have not yet registered.  Aaron Ellis, political and interfaith… Read More

First time voter’s guide

Voting for the first time can be scary, but there are a few steps to make in order to ease the intimidating voting process.… Read More