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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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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

Welcome to College Publisher, Jerry!

College Publisher is simple to use and incredibly easy to set up. By following the steps illustrated below, your online newspaper will be up… 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
Students at the voting registration table hosted by the Wolfington Center.

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
Hand placing a mail in ballot inside a mailbox

Knowledge is the best way to fight voter supression

With the midterm election coming up on Nov. 8, be cautious of voter suppression. Voter suppression is when there is strategic planning to stop… Read More

The who, what, when, and where of voting

Election season is here, and it’s easy to find information and get involved. Whether voters need to know who’s on the ballot or where… Read More
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