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Cabrini closure sparks hope for student loan relief

There’s a lot that’s bad about Cabrini closing, but believe it or not, there’s one important benefit: the school’s shutdown gives the opportunity to… Read More

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New York City day trip

On the cold morning of April 6, 25 Cabrini students loaded onto a bus headed to New York City. It was a trip helmed… Read More

The unattainable luxury of eating disorder treatment

If someone told my younger self I’d eventually publish an article about my experience with bulimia and the search for treatment I would’ve called… Read More

Pennsylvania’s attorney general race: meet the candidates

Voters in Pennsylvania will soon choose the nominees for the upcoming attorney general election. Five Democrats and two Republicans face off in a primary election… Read More

Pennsylvania’s spring fishing: trout, bass, and nature

Leaves are appearing and the weather is warming; spring is here and fishing season is upon us.  In Pennsylvania, trout season opened on Saturday,… Read More

Final commencement speakers announced: students react

Cabrini’s 64th and final commencement ceremony is right around the corner, and before students receive their degrees on Sunday, May 19, we now know… Read More

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Cabrini communication receives new equipment

Over spring break, Cabrini’s communications department received brand new equipment for its video studio and control room.  Initial conversations for the upgrades began during… Read More

When journalism matters most

On Mar. 10,“20 Days in Mariupol” won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature Film at the 96th Academy Awards. The film shows Ukrainian journalist… Read More

A first and last Eagle Road match

A dreary forecast delayed the anticipated Cabrini vs. Eastern softball game to Tuesday, Mar. 12. Come Tuesday, the weather was perfect, and many Eastern… Read More

Arrest at library reveals deeper issue

At noon on Oct. 4, four Radnor police cars arrived outside Cabrini University’s parking garage. Officers entered the Holy Spirit Library, and approximately an… Read More

Music program goes online

The 2023-24 school year brought major changes to Cabrini’s music program. The program lost enrollment, and some courses have moved to an online asynchronous… Read More
A classroom of students, all looking at the front of the room, where one student has put yellow and pink post-it notes on a white wall. The students who is standing up is pointing at the post it notes, while everyone is watching her

Journalism demands effective leadership

The news year we face will be far from anything normal. As the student newspaper of a closing university, our road ahead will inevitably… Read More
In an afternoon contest on Edith Robb Dixon field, Ethan Emery races up the field in Cabrini's home white jersey's with blue stripes as a Delaware Valley defender in black runs with him

Ethan Emery’s inspirational journey

Collegiate soccer was always junior Ethan Emery’s dream. After being diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, West Chester University turned him away. Cabrini then welcomed him… Read More

Counseling and Psychological Services has new partner

Attending college is stressful for many students, but at Cabrini, anxiety and stress seems even more present. Cabrini’s Counseling and Psychological Services is here… Read More

CSS advisory meetings bring mixed emotions

On June 23, the day news dropped about Cabrini’s plans to close, students received an email explaining that the Center for Student Success (CSS)… Read More
Hunter Waldron and eight of his friends outside of the Wells Fargo Center in the Philadelphia Stadium District. Lincoln Financial Field and the Wells Fargo Center sit in the backdrop as the sun sets before the Flyers home opener

The Perks of Being a Wells Fargo Athlete

Many people love sporting events and concerts, and some dedicated fans would spend their last dollar to attend. Hunter Waldron gets to see these… Read More
Five Cabrini women's soccer freshmen standing together after a mid-week practice on Edith Robb Dixon field.

Women’s Soccer: freshmen athletes making the most of their opportunity

As Cabrini University begins its 67th and final academic year, there is an empty feeling around the once bustling campus. A recent Philadelphia Inquirer… Read More

Nursing program cut for the 2023-24 school year

Cabrini University is closing its doors after the 2023-2024 school year, but the newly added nursing program is shut down for this upcoming school… Read More

Cure Firearm Violence

Click to visit the project website. Firearm violence isn’t a new problem in the United States, but according to a May 2022 report from… Read More

Free speech vs. hate speech: professor tests the limits

Is hate speech protected by academic freedom? Former Cabrini professor Kareem Tannous is suing the school to find out. Cabrini hired Dr. Kareem Tannous… Read More
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