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

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Cabrini Day theme focuses on immigration

Cabrini Day workshops are reported on by Toccara Buckley, Colleen Connor, Kim Gormley, Katie Hernson, Carly Juno, Rich Magda, Tanya McCausland, Sarah Smith, Jana Sukala, Lucy Truglio, Cheryl Wagstaff, John O'Donnell, and Jennifer Dalvano. .

Presidential election down to wire

CNN online by Joe Holden editor in chief “It’s a going to be won by a whisker. From the beginning of September all indicators… Read More

History professor sees baseball as more than a sport

by Justine Di Filippo assistant photography editor The history club is sponsoring a baseball forum in the Widener Center Lecture Hall on Saturday, Nov.… Read More

College and University News

Indiana University The state of Indiana has not cast a single vote for a presidential candidate since 1964, when Lyndon B. Johnson became president.… Read More

New counselors offer assistance for students in Rooyman Center

Laura Givey by Beth Conahan assistant news editor Need someone to listen? Cabrini has two new counselors to hear you out. Susan Irwin and… Read More

King of Prussia IMAX theater robbed

by Matthew Tholey assistant features editor Six employees of the Imax theater in King of Prussia were forced at gun point into the office… Read More

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

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

What’s all this controversy over hair oil?

TikTok promotions make products go viral every week, but when Mielle Rosemary Mint Scalp & Hair Strengthening Oil went viral, controversy came along with… Read More

Pt. 1: The war on cannabis

With New York, and New Jersey, legalizing recreational cannabis use in 2021 and Maryland on their way to legalization after the 2022 midterm election,… Read More

Poland urges sending tanks to Ukraine

On Jan. 29, Poland’s Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, urged other small nations to help aid Ukraine in the war that started in February 2022.… Read More

Collegiate Recovery hosts mental health check-in

On Wednesday, Jan. 25, Cabrini’s Collegiate Recovery Board hosted a mental health check-in presentation during Common Hour. The event was co-sponsored by the Cabrini… Read More

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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

In the Community

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