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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Radiohead reshapes sound

by Michael A. Kazanjian assistant a&e editor If rock had died, Radiohead didn’t attend the funeral, for Radiohead are the saviors. Cut and dry.… Read More

Coming your way

by Jenine J. Ikeler assistant photography editor On Campus Events  Nov. 9 Is Karoke Night from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. midnight in… Read More

Not Orville’s pop brand

by Stacey Hanby by Stephanie Masucci managing editor The life of an Oscar winning director can be tough. The affairs, the paychecks, the models… Read More

Cavalier of the week: Fisherowski finds success in public relations

Michelle Palandro by Michael A Kazanjian assistant a&e editor Optimism is the key and Karen Fisherowski has found the lock. This new Cabrini employee… Read More

Campus lighting, security assessed on light walk

by Joe Holden editor in chief The administration is concerned that there are not enough lights and emergency call boxes on campus. “In the… Read More

BE PREPARED Old man winter is a coming

The recent chill in the air might have you reaching for your favorite sweater or flannel PJs, but perhaps you should be thinking about… Read More

Our very own Saint

. . from that moment I was no longer of the earth . . . I knew the Holy Ghost had come to me,”… Read More

The fall formal review: A shakey success

Lights brightened the dance floor and the formal was over, but those who survived lingered around to talk to old friends, new friends or… Read More

Cavalier of the week:

Michelle Palandro by Michael A Kazanjian assistant a&e editor Optimism is the key and Karen Fisherowski has found the lock. This new Cabrini employee… Read More

The cooking club: heating up again

Stacy Hanby by Marianne McKim assistant features editor You’re looking around for something to eat. You find nothing. You don’t think you can force… Read More

Senior Week is near

The class of 2023 is getting closer and closer to commencement, and Cabrini’s CAP Board plans to send them off in traditional fashion, hosting… Read More

Content creators building brands across campus

While balancing commitments like academics, athletics, and work, there are students around campus who have built a significant media presence. Here are some media… Read More

Cabrini’s 2023 valedictorian rows to the finish

Rachel Hetrick, senior graphic design major and a Spanish minor, was chosen as the valedictorian for the class of 2023. Hetrick says her four… Read More

The underside of nonprofits

As with all things in life, good and bad. The same holds true even for nonprofit charities trying to help those in need. Many… Read More

Residency returns and graduate housing is opening

Cabrini’s residency dropped from about 900 residents down to 586. Dean of Student Engagement Anne Filippone plans to increase campus engagement, as well as… Read More

Slumlords of Conshohocken

Are slumlords controlling off-campus housing for Cabrini students? A large portion, of Cabrini students, 54%, live off campus, and often they choose to call Conshohocken… Read More

Respect creates community at concerts

Concert crowds are electric, emotional, and exciting. Danger creeps in when fans don’t respect each other’s space and the money they paid to be… Read More

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

Serving up Smiles: The Cabrini-Sodexo Staff

The timeless proverb is true: the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. Here at Cabrini, Cav’s Corner’s dining staff goes right there,… Read More

Campus Ministry is a home away from home

Campus Ministry at Cabrini welcomes its newest addition, Director Antoinette Reaves. Reaves was named director of Campus Ministry on Feb. 10, 2023. Reaves has… Read More