CaPS’ search for a new director

CaPS, also known as Counseling and Psychological Services at Cabrini University is in search of a new permanent director. There’s currently an interim director… Read More

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National College and University News

by Tracy Timson staff writer University of California- Berkeley People at University of California- Berkeley are sick and tired of the ringing during classes.… Read More

Study shows that sexual content on TV has risen

by Linsey Heiser news editor According to research done by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, 68 percent of the 1999-2000 television shows contained… Read More

First-year students find money as top priority

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Website allows easy application to grad school

by Julia Marie Teti assistant perspectives editor If you’re thinking about attending graduate school, but have no time for paperwork, the website may… Read More

College to build field, team on the move

by Georgiana Rushworth staff writer Why does Cabrini College need a softball field? Take a typical practice day for example. “I have class at… Read More

Siblings Weekend

The usual weekend debauchery found on Cabrini’s campus was down to a significantly low roar at the presence of several virgin ears and eyes… Read More

Special-interest housing offered to residents

Joe Holden editor in chief Beginning next semester, the college will offer special-interest housing to students wanting to create a true living-learning environment. If… Read More

Graduate uses poetry and film to report news

Joe Holden Beth Conahan A&E editor There is an alternative journalism out there, one that seeks the truth and puts itself in dangerous situations… Read More

Graduation rate depends on different factors

Kendra Clark staff writer Money may be sparse for many college students, but information compiled by the government shows that Cabrini students may be… Read More

Modern technology attracts professor to teach

Michelle Palandro by Kim Gormley staff writer Nancy Schill’s desk holds stacks of colorful student papers: hand-inked logos, computer graphics and sheets of marked… Read More

The sudden merge of Student Life and Athletics

Following the recent institutional changes at Cabrini, one that was a surprise to many was the merge of student life and athletics leadership positions.… Read More

Cabrini brings grad programs to edX platform

Cabrini announced in February that it has joined the global edX network to bring two of the school’s graduate programs to the platform. The… Read More
Cabrini's Immigration Panel. Photo by Jedidah Antwi.

Cabrini’s Immigration Panel: highlighting immigrants’ stories

From war to a new job opportunity, every immigrant has a story. On Feb. 9, Cabrini students came to hear these stories in the… Read More

COVID-19 Public health emergency ends May 2023

The Biden administration plans to end the public health emergency for COVID-19 in May of 2023. The White House announced this decision earlier this… Read More

Changing seasons spark shifts in mental health

The winter months bring with them shorter days and earlier sunsets, which for some can lead to seasonal depression or changes in their mood. … Read More

The dangers of fake nursing licenses

If you have a loved one in a nursing home or hospital, how can you be sure they are being cared for by an… Read More

More than the game: Adrianna Jones and Daly Ewing

Both Adrianna Jones, sophomore nursing major, and Daly Ewing, junior finance major, are members of Cabrini’s outstanding field hockey team. They are also very… Read More

Mental health concerns drive “The Great Resignation”

Record numbers of Americans are quitting their jobs, largely in part due to mental health concerns.  According to a study conducted by career guidance… Read More

Drinan staying as Cabrini interim president

It’s been nearly a year since Helen Drinan took over the presidency of Cabrini University in an interim capacity. Since the 2022 fall semester,… Read More

JaLisa Gibson: making a difference

In the words of Jane Goodall, “What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to… Read More

On Campus

Cabrini University looks toward a bright future

Whether it is a friendly smile, a wave hello, or helping out a family who needs directions, everyone can be a part of recruitment… Read More

In the Community

Cabrini University unveils “Illuminate” three-year plan

On March 6, Interim President Helen Drinan introduced a revised version of Cabrini’s strategic three-year plan in a new brochure. Formerly called “Mission 2027,”… Read More