Cabrini’s Rebecca Clark, died Friday

On Friday, Sept. 5, Rebecca "Becky" Clark, 21-year old pharmacy major from Cabrini College, "passed away accidentally" according to the Times Herald Obituary.

Thursday Briefing – Week of Sept. 4, 2014

What's happening across the globe during the week of Sept. 4, 2014.

Coordinating schedules proven a daunting task, but small class sizes remain in place

The increased enrollment created various challenges to coordinating the freshman schedules. Departments were faced with increasing the traditional small class sizes in order to accommodate all students.

Students run booth at The Philly Farm & Food Fest

Cabrini’s Integrated Marketing Communications class spent their day at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia helping run the Upper Merion Farmers Market booth at the Philly Farm and Food Fest.

Costa Rica – A fair trade missed opportunity

Costa Rica (translated in English means “rich coast”) has established its coffee as being the most prestigious in the world, yet producers of coffee remain ignorant to the fair trade movement and impact it can have on their production.

Katie Cashman: shedding light on those in the dark

Cabrini missioner Katie Cashman is working towards fighting human trafficking through her work with the Cabrini Action and Advocacy Coalition.

Pura Vida Costa Rica

Hola! Como estas? The most commonly used words I heard and spoke on my study abroad trip to Costa Rica.

Cabrini becomes one of 17 Fair Trade universities and colleges

“Earning status as a Fair Trade College is just one more example–and a significant one–of how an Education of the Heart can be realized in every corner of life at Cabrini,” President Takes said.

Cabrini transfer process: navigating the next chapter

On June 23, Cabrini announced to the public it will close in May 2024. Cabrini administration have said they will support students with their… Read More

Nursing program cut for the 2023 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

Cabrini going down, tuition going up?

The news of Cabrini University closing it’s doors at the conclusion of the 2023-2024 school year was shocking to current students, staff, and alumni… Read More

Cabrini’s move to shift more healthcare costs to employees sparks controversy

It became apparent months ago that Cabrini needed to make some tough decisions that were deemed necessary for the sustainability of the school’s future,… Read More

Governor with the accordance of the mayor announce dialed back COVID-19 restrictions for the City of Brotherly Love

It is official, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania loosens its COVID-19 restrictions for dining, bars and public events Set for Easter Sunday, Mayor Jim Kenney, mayor of… Read More

COVID-19 has had lasting effects on frontline workers

March 11, 2019, The World Health Organization declares COVID-19 a pandemic. Now in May of 2021 the pandemic has a past, present, and future.… Read More

University cuts departments, lets full-time professors go

Cabrini University made the decision in March to cut a number of faculty and staff positions and eliminate several departments and academic programs. Two… Read More

Students, professors react negatively to philosophy department elimination, staff cuts

Editor’s Note: This original version of this article, published April 28, 2021, contained screenshots of the master schedule as of that day, which showed… Read More

Earth Day brings optimism in 2021

Coronavirus has given Pennsylvania an opportunity to rebuild itself and lead the nation in a more sustainable direction. So far, the pandemic has cost… Read More

Cabrini senior helps others in her journey to become a sister

Could you imagine moving from one country to another? That is what one senior did in hopes of becoming a candidate for the Missionary… Read More
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