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Black studies merged with new core curriculum

In spring 2021, Cabrini announced certain programs and staff would be cut. An email was sent to the community detailing the cuts to religious… Read More

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Campus ministry plans volunteer trip to homeless shelter

by Michael Bevelaqua staff writer Attention! Campus ministry is welcoming anyone who is interested in volunteering their time at a homeless shelter. The dedicated… Read More

Environmental open house to address issues with a `scientific aspect’

by Matt Coughlin assistant news editor Students interested in a career in environmental science, or concerned with environmental issues are invited to the Environmental… Read More

Self-defense class teaches how to fight off attackers

by Amy Gassen staff writer Recent scares of an on-campus attacker have had the community in an uproar. Public Safety has offered to escort… Read More

Symposium explains rich history of baseball

Linsey Heiser by Linsey Heiser news editor “Like America, baseball has evolved and is more than just a sport,” the president of the history… Read More

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Haunted trail attracts screams from participants

Justine DiFilippo by Justine Di Filippo assistant photography editor On Friday and Saturday night sounds of blood-curdling screams were heard throughout campus. This weekend,… Read More

Gore, Bush clash on financial, educational issues

Jenine Ikeler by Jennifer Coots assistant perspectives editor While the Presidential Campaign of 2000 is coming to an end on Nov. 7, there is… Read More

Local establishments offer polls for area voters

by Jennifer Devereaux assistant news editor Election Day is Nov. 7. All polls will be opened from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the… Read More

Baseball historians to give insight at history forum

by Kendra Clark staff writer The history club will play host to five renowned historians of baseball on Saturday, Nov. 11. These five historians… Read More

Plumbing problems flood offices in Grace Hall

Michael Bevelaqua by Jennifer Devereaux assistant news editor The offices of Neal Newman, theatre director, and Mary Hill, administrative assistant, have sustained damage as… Read More

Shuttle bus stops removed, no Wawa or Target?

Cabrini University’s shuttle bus transportation service has condensed its offerings from previous years to the most popular destinations for students. The shuttle’s loops are… Read More
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The influence Twitch streamers have on their audience

Twitch is a video live streaming service mostly focusing on video game live-streams, such as esports competitions. It also offers music broadcasts, in real… Read More

Is there hope for college enrollment numbers?

A national decline in college enrollment is affecting universities in the United States, especially in states located in the northeastern region. The future of… Read More

Cabrini announces new Associate Deans

In an email sent to the Cabrini faculty on Dec. 8, Dr. Michele Filling-Brown, dean of academic affairs, named two current professors to its… Read More

New COVID-19 booster brings the U.S. one step closer to putting an end to COVID-19

On Oct. 11, 2022, the FDA approved the newest COVID-19 booster for children ages five and up. With the rise of influenza cases and… Read More

Black studies merged with new core curriculum

In spring 2021, Cabrini announced certain programs and staff would be cut. An email was sent to the community detailing the cuts to religious… Read More

Cabrini community mourns on-campus student death

Content Warning: This article contains information about a student death. Cabrini University is offering counseling services to all members of the community. Please contact… Read More
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Weaving for a cause

Since spring 2021, Cabrini University’s Wolfington Center has worked with the nonprofit Integrate for Good, located in Creamery, Pennsylvania for their Opening Doors on… Read More
Immigration reform protestors in Washington D.C.

Hope for immigrants as Berks County Detention Center closes

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Wednesday, Nov. 30, that the federal government would end its contract with the Berks County Detention Center.  Located in… Read More
Dr. Angela Campbell speaking at an event in Grace Hall

The role of DEI at Cabrini continues to grow

Dr. Angela Campbell is clear about the work of her office. “Mission and DEIB are inseparable — you can’t have a mission and not… Read More

On Campus

Honoring MLK’s life and legacy at Cabrini University

On Nov. 2, 1983, President Ronald Regan signed a law designating Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the third Monday of January. On Monday,… Read More

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The influence Twitch streamers have on their audience

Twitch is a video live streaming service mostly focusing on video game live-streams, such as esports competitions. It also offers music broadcasts, in real… Read More