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Food insecurity prevalent on college campuses

Video by Ty Daubert, Aislinn Walsh, and Jason Archer. “It got really hard when I was 11 because that’s when I noticed that we… Read More

24 seniors receive the Who’s Who award

Seniors receive the prestigious Who's Who award for their accomplishments.

Update on Cabrini’s Campus Master Plan

On May 3, Brian Eury, vice president of external relations, gave staff and faculty an update on the progression of the  Campus Master Plan… Read More

Students react to Miss Philadelphia Organization scholarships

Cabrini students have had mixed opinions when they learned that two women were receiving full scholarships to the university on Saturday, March 26. On… Read More

Slavery is alive and well: Cabrini freshmen learn about modern forced labor

Students at Cabrini University came to realize that for us to get products at cheap prices sometimes workers must be exploited or even enslaved in poor countries. This is modern slavery. 

A new form of racism: how racial prejudice has evolved over time

“I can remember going to my parents to Florida in the 1950s and I was just a little kid who always seemed to have… Read More

Muslim Student Association raises money for New Zealand shooting victims

The horrific shootings that occurred earlier this month at two New Zealand mosques have left many Cabrini students heartbroken and outraged. This tragedy has… Read More

Small fire breaks out in Cavs Corner dining hall

As the Cabrini community braces itself for another winter storm, the heat of small kitchen fire was felt on Thursday night.  At approximately 7:15… Read More
President Helen Drinan speaking at Cabrini Day

Professors battle for ‘token’ retirement benefits

Even before Cabrini Interim President Helen Drinan alerted the community to the school’s dire financial situation, behind-the-scenes ramifications began rumbling. Dr. Marilyn Johnson and… Read More

Cavalier Radio moves from shared FM to 24-hour streaming

Cavalier Radio has joined the streaming era. On Aug. 24, Communication department chair Dr. Dawn Francis announced the station’s departure from an FCC license… Read More

Local leaders, Cabrini react to the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

On June 24, the United States of America reacted to the Supreme Court’s controversial decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. According to Congresswoman Mary… Read More

New interim president Drinan opens up about her move to Cabrini University

Incoming Interim President, Helen Drinan calls herself “a nontraditional president.” She says that her difference starts by being transparent about as much as she… Read More

Dr. Cornel West visits Cabrini at the Shirley Dixon Urban Education Symposium

When fans approach historian, educator, author and political activist, Dr. Cornel West, he makes one point very clear when they praise his “brand.” “People… Read More

Cabrini University names Helen Drinan interim president

In a late afternoon email sent May 6, Amy Lambert, chair of the board of trustees, announced that Helen Drinan, MBA, will takeover as… Read More

DREAMers get scholarships at Cabrini by next year

Students and families can start applying for the first-ever scholarship that directly support undocumented students and Temporary Protected Status. Cabrini is the first school… Read More

Lack of food studies in Cabrini curriculum

“Food brings people together,” Layal Srour, senior digital communications and social media major, said. However, Cabrini offers less than five academic courses on nutrition… Read More

Cabrini students and staff reacts to a possible new law

Changing your clocks every six months could be a thing of the past. On Mar. 15 the U.S. Senate passed legislation that would make… Read More

CRS advocating FoodFast event to shed light on chronic hunger

The FoodFast event at Cabrini University was once again a success this semester.  The Cabrini community was brought together to connect with one another… Read More
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