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Dr. Angela Campbell speaking at an event in Grace Hall

The role of DEI at Cabrini continues to grow

Dr. Angela Campbell is clear about the work of her office. “Mission and DEIB are inseparable — you can’t have a mission and not… Read More
Pro-Immigration rally

U.S. immigration’s road to nowhere

Nearly two months after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sent Venezuelan and Columbian migrants and asylum seekers to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts without any prior accommodations,… Read More
Field Hockey

Cabrini field hockey captures sixth AEC championship

The Cabrini Cavaliers field hockey team won the Atlantic East Conference championship for the second year in a row following a 3-0 win over… Read More

Student stylists enhance the campus beauty experience

Cosmetology is a passion for many Cabrini students. Whether it’s doing hair, makeup, nails, or any other beauty technique, there’s much talent to be… Read More

Saying diversity is important is not enough

As affirmative action sits on the Supreme Court’s chopping block, it is more important than ever to advocate for diversity on all university and… Read More
President Helen Drinan speaking at Cabrini Day

Professors battle for ‘token’ retirement benefits

Even before Cabrini Interim President Helen Drinan alerted the community to the school’s dire financial situation, behind-the-scenes ramifications began rumbling. Dr. Marilyn Johnson and… Read More

Introducing House 67 Productions

This semester marks the first year for the Cabrini communication department’s newest student-led agency, House 67 Productions. Advised by John Doyle, assistant professor of… Read More

The hunt for Red October

In 2017, the improbable Philadelphia Eagles advanced to the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots as an underdog team. Appearing in their eighth… Read More

The “Enola Holmes” movies represent female empowerment in choice, freedom, and true crime

When “Enola Holmes” was released on Netflix in 2020, and its sequel was released on Nov. 4,  it wasn’t the films’ action-packed fun that… Read More

The fire that wasn’t: Founders Hall classes disrupted by smoke

At roughly 10:45 Thursday morning, a fire alarm went off in Founders Hall and the building was evacuated. This is the second time in… 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

Rev. Richard Jasper: “Be one with”

On the Top 40 radio stations and local TV commercial breaks of the early 1990s, the perky cheerleader voice repeatedly sang, “At Cabrini College… 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

Challenges ahead for Cabrini’s Children School

The news of Cabrini’s impending closure brought shock over the loss of such a beloved institution. The university isn’t the only school facing an… Read More

Dan Murphy: from baseball to golf stardom

College sports are filled with athletes who have dedicated most of their lives to honing their sport’s skill. Then there’s Dan Murphy, a relatively… Read More

GEAR UP for excellence: Cabrini University’s educational partnership

With the last year of Cabrini underway, getting involved with on-campus clubs and organizations is a great way to maintain the Cabrini Spirit. But… Read More
Current Cabrini men's basketball players with assistant coach Kevin Murray (far left) and new head coach Ryan Van Zelst (far right) at Top Golf in King of Prussia. All are smiling and enjoying their final year together.

A destination job: meet coach Ryan Van Zelst

In April, Ryan Van Zelst received an offer to be the seventh head coach of the Cabrini men’s basketball team. He jumped at the… Read More
A Cabrini volleyball player in blue spiking the ball over the net in a competition (left) and a Cabrini women's basketball player in white driving from the top of the key on a defender (right)

Women’s volleyball and basketball seasons canceled

In 2020, because of pandemic lockdowns, high school athletes had their senior athletic seasons stripped away. Four years later, Cabrini women’s basketball and volleyball… Read More

Paws in prayer: St. Francis Day Mass honors animal companions

On Wednesday, October 4, a small group of furry friends gathered at the Commons Peace Pole. Students and staff, as well as Cookie and… 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
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