Hot spots in town

By Meghan Murphy
March 24, 2010

One of the first things that every college student looks at before they decide on what school to attend is the social life outside the campus. Cabrini College is nestled in the woods of Radnor, Pa but outside of the gates is a little town called Wayne and of course the ever famous Lancaster Avenue better known as The Main Line.

For a girl’s night out on the town, or for that first date, check out Wayne Anthony Movie Theater, located on West Lancaster Avenue. The Center for Student Engagement and Leadership office, located in Jazzmans Café, offers $2 tickets for students to the Wayne movie Theater.

For that late night snack or if your just craving a delicious hoagie, Wawa is another hot spot in Wayne for Cabrini students. If you don’t have a car on campus, don’t worry because Cabrini has its very own shuttle. The shuttle takes students on those Wawa runs during the day and even at night. Check out the shuttle Web site at

What more can anyone ask for when looking at a school then knowing that the largest shopping mall on the East Coast is just a 10-minute drive from Cabrini. The King of Prussia Mall offers more than 100 stores and has various amounts of restaurants to choose from after a long day of shopping. The shuttle also runs trips taking students back and forth to the mall.

To cure that sweet tooth, Hope’s Cookies is located right past Villanova on Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr. Hope’s Cookies offers an array of cookies from chocolate chip cookies to peanut butter M&M. The best part about this cookie shop is the ice cream sandwiches they make with two cookies of your choice. But don’t spoil your appetite; Peace of Pizza is right on the other side, so grab a slice of pizza before you munch on those cookies!

Sporting events at Cabrini always attract a large attraction during the weekdays and weekends. During Lacrosse season, more students come out to cheer on the school because the weather starts to become nicer. The basketball games have also started to attract more students. Cabrini sporting events is a way to show your school pride.

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