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Nationally known journalist Juan Gonzalez speaks at immigration symposium

College students should utilize their skills and talents to be advocates for social change, a nationally renowned journalist said, in regards to immigration reform.  … Read More

What’s going on with Trump’s impeachment inquiry

Throughout history, there have been 19 impeachment trials, though only two of those have been United States presidents. Though no U.S. president has ever… Read More

Social justice advocate and professor, Abel Rodriguez, wants students to discuss current global issues

Abel Rodriguez, director of the center on immigration and assistant professor of religion, law, and social justice is one of the many Cabrini alumni… Read More

Overloading students with too much homework takes a toll on their mental health

Not all professors always take into consideration what students have going on outside the classroom and what they might be experiencing personally. This may… Read More

Transfer students from larger universities find it easier to adjust to a smaller campus

Transferring from a large university to a small university may seem like a challenge. However, transfer students who came to Cabrini don’t find it… Read More

Faculty Feature: Dr. Stephen Grieco

  Dr. Stephen Grieco, assistant professor of music, will release an album of original music this fall.  His collection, “Reflections,” will be available on… Read More

Tarana Burke: It’s a movement, not a moment

Victims of sexual assault and rape are only obligated to heal. Just because you choose not to tell your story does not mean you… Read More

Cabrini’s longest working professor, Dr. Marilyn Johnson, wishes students learn to love literature

  Most people don’t know about Cabrini’s longest-serving professors. One of them being Dr. Marilyn Johnson, an English professor that has been working at… Read More

Cabrini students vote for the perfect members for the student government association board

Students at Cabrini University want their concerns and ideas to be heard about the campus and look to elect the perfect class senate who… Read More

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke invited to speak at Cabrini

Tarana Burke, the powerful advocate behind the #MeToo Movement, will receive the 2019 Ivy Young Willis and Martha Willis Dale Award on Thursday, Sept. 19, at Cabrini University.

Cabrini’s financial transparency: alumni seek answers

Co-Authored by Andrew Stovenour Transparency is a virtue, but not always a given. Cabrini alumni are still searching for transparency from the university. As… Read More

Cabrini closure sparks hope for student loan relief

There’s a lot that’s bad about Cabrini closing, but believe it or not, there’s one important benefit: the school’s shutdown gives the opportunity to… Read More

Arrest at Holy Spirit library

At noon on October 4, four Radnor police cars arrived outside the Cabrini parking garage. Officers entered the Holy Spirit Library, and approximately an… Read More

The Cabrini-Villanova deal: how did we get here?

On June 23, 2023, a Friday morning not long after the end of spring semester, Cavaliers everywhere woke up to a story announcing that… 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
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