Lifestyles

Residency returns and graduate housing is opening

This year, Cabrini’s residency dropped from about 900 residents down to 500. Dean of Student Engagement Anne Filippone plans to increase campus engagement, as well… Read More

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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

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

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

‘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

Social work clubs makes valentines for kids

Throughout the week of Feb. 5, Cabrini University’s Social Work Club hosted events during which students could make Valentine’s Day cards. This is an… 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

Black authors to discover this Black History Month

There are no major spoilers, all the information provided is in the book’s synopsis. Black authors are aware of the exclusion of people of… Read More
A photo of a light skin black woman with long black curly hair. she is wearing a dark green beanie and a dark green overcoat with a beige sweatsuit underneath. she is standing in front of her store next to a chalkboard sign that says Grant Boulevard.

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