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The hope for immigrants broadens as the 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

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Cabrini Day 2000 promises to educate the heart

by Beth Conahan Cabrini Day 2000 is just around the corner and this year’s theme, “Coming to America: The Human Face of Immigration,” promises… Read More

Cabrini Day schedule

10 a. m. – Noon Celebrity Brunch. (Founders’ Hall cafeteria) See your favorite professors and staff members demonstrate their skills in making waffles, serving… Read More

Faithful give public witness by candlelight

Joe Holden by Joe Holden An estimated 45 to 50 thousand faithful from all over the Philadelphia region participated in the Eucharistic Candlelight Procession… Read More

New director for graduate and professional studies

by Toccara Buckley staff writer You can tell by the look of her desk, covered with papers, that her job requires a lot of… Read More

Video dance party `something to do,’ probably won’t be back

by Beth Conahan staff writer Legal parties may not be legal anymore, but Cabrini students haven’t hung up their dancing shoes yet. On Saturday,… Read More

Families participate in activities held on campus

by Kendra Clark It was a family affair over the past weekend as families came together to enjoy a good time with games, food and music.

Merkel, Barrett crowned homecoming queen, king

Matt Holmes Meghan Merkel and Tony Barrett were crowned Homecoming queen and king last Saturday night, Oct. 14.

Cabrini graduate’s eclectic skills used throughout career

by Matt Coughlin staff writer Do everything, for you can use it all. That was the message John Doyle gave with his Career Development… Read More

Revised act allows parental notification of law violation

by Jennifer Coots staff writer Once upon a time, students of colleges and universities across the country could party without worry of their parents… Read More

Poll shows college students get least amount of sleep

by Mike Butler perspectives editor A recent poll conducted by the National Sleep Foundation shows that college students get the least amount of sleep.… Read More

Why doesn’t everyone eat at the cafeteria?

Here at Cabrini, we have two options when it comes to getting a bite to eat. One is the cafeteria, also known as Cav’s… Read More

Celebrating the 32nd annual Cabrini Day

On Tuesday, Nov. 15, Cabrini University celebrated its 32nd Cabrini Day. With the science department hosting, the title of this year’s celebration was “Humans… Read More

Cabrini unaffected by Supreme Court decision

The Supreme Court heard arguments against the race-conscious admissions policy on Oct. 31. If deemed unconstitutional, all universities will be barred from asking prospective… Read More

Thanksgiving back to normal?

For the last two years, our holidays have been disrupted by COVID-19. However, it seems like we’re now getting back to some normalcy.  According… Read More

Cabrini’s image getting a makeover

Since the resignation of former President Donald Taylor, the Cabrini community has been concerned about the university’s future. Some of the worries were confirmed… Read More

Cabrini has no provost. Does it matter?

In the early afternoon of Oct. 28, 2022, the Philadelphia Inquirer broke the news that Cabrini would undergo major changes in the wake of… Read More

Dwindling campus interest on Ukraine

Many people are losing interest in the invasion of Ukraine that started in late February 2022. Reports show that since April 2022, the plummeting… 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

Wolfington Center hosts Día de los Muertos celebration

On Wednesday, Nov. 2., The Wolfington Center hosted a Day of the Dead mass and reception. While Halloween, traditionally a day of fear and… Read More

“Work to do” on inclusion at Cabrini

Isaiah Saddler, senior writing major, attended the Hispanic Networking Night because it was facilitated by Sherrise Rowe, director of alumni Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.… Read More

On Campus

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

In the Community

The hope for immigrants broadens as the 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
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