Mother Cabrini’s legacy lives on

As Cabrini prepares to close its doors for the final academic year, the community and Campus Ministry are finding ways to keep Mother Cabrini’s… Read More

It’s official: Cabrini and Villanova reach final agreement

Since this summer, the Cabrini community has been patiently waiting for an update on the conversations between Villanova and Cabrini. At 11 a.m. on… Read More

Cabrini’s financial transparency: alumni seek answers

Co-Authored by Andrew Stovenour Transparency is a virtue, but not always a given. Cabrini alumni are still searching for transparency from the university. As… Read More

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

Cabrini hosts The Clothesline Project event

On Wednesday, October 26, students on campus had the opportunity to raise awareness of domestic and interpersonal violence by taking part in the Clothesline… Read More

Students and athletes join together for Halloween Havoc’s final haunt

On October 26th, athletes and students gathered in the Dixon Center gymnasium for Halloween Havoc one final time. Students flooded the lobby and chatted… Read More

Cabrini honors State Rep. Jennifer O’Mara

On Thursday, Sep. 14, Cabrini honored Pennsylvania State Representative Jennifer O’Mara was honored at a ceremony in recognition of her service to her community.… Read More

The Cabrini-Villanova deal: how did we get here?

On June 23, 2023, a Friday morning not long after the end of spring semester, Cavaliers everywhere woke up to a story announcing that… Read More

Navigating Cabrini’s transfer process

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

Giving Tuesday: A new alumni tradition

‘Tis the season for alumni, students and staff to kick off the giving season saying thank you for the donations from former Cabrini students. On Dec. 2, in Founder’s lobby from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cabrini College hosted Giving Tuesday for the first time.

Great American Smokeout preview: Working to promote healthier alternatives to smoking

As individuals, it is important to constantly stay healthy and fit. There have been a lot of organizations who have been advertising the dangers of smoking and ways that people can quit smoking. One such organization is the American Cancer Society.

Walking a mile in their shoes on Cabrini Day

As part of the Cabrini Day activities many students, athletic teams and faculty participated in a walk/run for social change. The event was called, “A Mile in Their Shoes.”

Consequences of getting caught drinking on campus

Over the past three years public safety has reported around 600 alcohol incident referrals. There have been 17 arrests on campus within the past three years.

Campus lacks recycling bins, students say

Walking around campus, you may have noticed places you think should have recycling bins and don’t. In recent years, there has been a great push to turn green in order to protect the environment. Various solutions have been made including hybrid cars, energy-efficient warehouses, compost heaps and even riding a bike. Why should recycling be so hard to do?

Cabrini Day’s ‘Lead for Change’ event amplifies fight for social justice

The Dixon Center was full of students, professors and faculty on Cabrini Day, all there to present or learn—some even both. This year’s theme was homelessness. With over 60 posters and presentations, the room with teeming with excited students ready to share their insights on topics including poverty, domestic violence and all kinds of social injustices.

Students feel the effects of flaws in work study

Most college students share one major concern. Money. Such is the case for students such as sophomore Vanessa Charlot who was originally given work study but had it taken out of her financial aid package.

Would you shake a homeless person’s hand?

Would you shy away? Give a dirty look? Stick out your hand and introduce yourself? Or would you ignore the situation all together, because why would you want to touch a dirty person, who does not have a house?

Delta Xi Phi makes strides for breast cancer

Raising awareness for cancer is taking on a new meaning. On Saturday, Oct. 18 Philadelphia hosted the Making Strides”breast cancer event. Thousands of people from all over attended this event and Cabrini’s Delta Xi Phi chapter was there to participate.

Leadership institute hosts panel on human trafficking

The Cabrini community received incite on human trafficking both domestically and internationally and how officials are fighting the topic.
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