Featured Perspectives

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Was declaring my major during the end of sophomore year too late?

In less than six months, I will graduate from college. After four long, stressful years, it will soon be time to put all that… Read More

Abortion rights are human rights

For many years, women all over the world have turned to the process of abortion to manage their unplanned pregnancies. In today’s day and… Read More

How having parents who split at a young age has affected me

If your parents are still together or even like each other, please consider yourself extremely lucky. It’s not easy. Pretty much since the time… Read More

How TV and film inspires me

Ever since I was a kid I loved television. Growing up I knew every theme song to my favorite childhood shows and I knew… Read More

Africans trying to flee the Ukraine unable to cross the border

Ukrainians are desperate to escape Ukraine. Yet, authorities at Ukraine’s border refused to let Africans, who are among the Ukrainians, cross the border into… Read More

We stand with Ukraine: What you can do to help from Cabrini

More than 2 million refugees have fled Ukraine and are now seeking to restart their lives with their families in different countries all over… Read More

Losing Luna; the emotional toll of losing a pet.

On a cloudy Oct. day in 2017, I came home after school to find both my brother and my mom waiting for me in… Read More

Overcoming a family loss and discovering my purpose

I had no sense of direction. No sense of reality. No sense of purpose. I was simply, lost. I lost my brother, Michael Ryan… Read More

Can we cancel ‘cancel culture?’

Olivia Jade. Kevin Hart. Logan Paul. Rachael Kirkconnell. What do they all have in common? They’ve all been canceled at one point during their… Read More

Being Black on a campus that cut Black Studies

  During the spring semester of 2021, the Cabrini community got an email stating that the school will be cutting programs and staff. The… Read More

Losing a friend can be hard but you might be better off without them

     (Editor’s Note: Names have been changed in this story to preserve their privacy)       Friends are the people we go to for pretty much everything:… Read More

One of many families failed by America’s immigration process

Between the years of 2009 and 2013, according to the Washington Post, about 3.7 million people were deported from the United States. Unfortunately, my… Read More

Stop letting little things bother you

Being an anxious person means that I am always on edge. Everything must be planned perfectly throughout the day. I have to follow an… Read More

A Light in the Darkness: Luce Review

“Luce” is a movie that which is a technically stunning, great work of themes and not for the faint of heart. It tackles the… Read More
Victorias Father and her bonding mid air. Photo by Victoria Boland.

Too soon to say goodbye 

The last words he ever spoke was “I love you, peanut.” On Sept. 1, 2019, my father passed away unexpectedly. I saw him perfectly… Read More

How I made it here

Learning is different for someone with a disorder; mine is a learning and visual processing disorder. I was 2 or 3 years old when… Read More

How to organize yourself and your notes for college

 In today’s society, college kids prepare for classes in a number of ways. For the people who do attend college, it might be a… Read More

What’s for dinner and is it healthy?

Sodexo has been Cabrini’s food supplier for as long as I have attended the school. As a junior, I have become curious as to… Read More

AirPods: fleeting trend or healthy investment?

  As you see in the world today most trends get real big momentarily then eventually die out. It doesn’t seem that that way… Read More

The ups and downs of being a full-time student and worker

Hours per week Trying to balance out my responsibilities as a full-time worker and a student is difficult. I work at least 30 hours… Read More