Choosing to stay positive amid the coronavirus isn’t a bad thing

Many people believe that the world is going to end due to the coronavirus, or it’s on its way there. I’m not going to… Read More

I took things for granted before COVID-19

I never thought I would see a time when a pandemic shut down my normal life.  When COVID-19 was first announced I didn’t think… Read More

The effects that COVID-19 has had on students and their families

In the middle of March, everything changed for Cabrini students when our semester was cut short due to the quickly spreading COVID-19 virus. Conflicting… Read More

Local governments: intimate, immediate, impactful

Political progress has become increasingly rare in America, allowing city and state governments to provide hope for the future. The federal government has garnered… Read More

The good, the bad and the ugly of policing

I remember growing up and being taught both in school and at home to always respect authority figures. This includes police officers, but in… Read More

From the record store to the iPhone, music has grown so much

Over the past 50 years, music has been one of the most powerful influencers in cultures around the world. I was very intrigued by… Read More

Do video games make people violent in real life?

The debate on whether violence in video games causes people to be violent in real life has been going on ever since violent video… Read More

Be comfortable being uncomfortable

Sharing a room with a swim team member, I am constantly hearing her talk about how her coach preaches how important it is to… Read More

Why might other majors need a professional development course

When students graduate from college, some students want to get a job straight out of college though it isn’t always easy for college graduates… Read More

Is virtual healthcare becoming the way of the future?

I checked out Teladoc as a last-ditch effort because I was sick and getting to my family doctor was going to be a really… Read More

Why I think going back to in-person class will be an adjustment

As the year of online learning comes to an end, I am excited and hopeful to see plans to return to some normalcy for… Read More

Dear my fellow men, feminism means equality and not female superiority

Feminism means the advocacy for women on the basis of equality, which has been misconstrued by men in today’s world. The word feminism in… Read More

Why I became vegetarian

I made the decision four years ago to go vegetarian and I have never looked back. I constantly get the question, “do you ever… Read More

How I started the rock climbing club on campus

Starting a club on campus can seem like a daunting task. I was in a similar boat my freshman year (last year) when I… Read More

Keeping our mental health in check together

This pandemic has been getting worse as it continues for most people, which has caused difficulty managing our mental health. It really does suck… Read More

How creating a Youtube channel helped my mental health struggles

Let’s just say, if you would have told me three years ago I would be where I am today I would have laughed in… Read More

Students safely stay social

Will the typical college student ever experience a “normal” social life again? Last March when the announcement was made that we would be sent… Read More

Don’t rush to grow up

When I was little and wishing to be older or to be able to do things that I was too young to do, my… Read More

New semester, new protocols, same Cabrini pride

After months of being home and isolated from everyday life, students at Cabrini University are back on campus. With high hopes that they experience… Read More

Taking breaks is necessary in order to avoid Zoom fatigue

Students are experiencing Zoom fatigue but that can be fixed with self-care. After about eight weeks into the semester I feel burnt out, irritable,… Read More
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