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The fifth-year student dilemma  

To fifth-year or not fifth-year is now the question for many Division III athletes. Prior to COVID-19, fifth yearing at the Division III level… Read More

Men’s basketball tops Moravian University

In a tightly contested battle, Cabrini men’s basketball defeated Moravian University in November. The Cavs were itching for a win coming into the game… Read More

Swimmer Tommy Ronayne breaks school record

Cabrini swimmer, Tommy Ronayne, junior business management major, snapped the school’s record in the 500-yard freestyle last month, with a time of 4.43.94 seconds,… Read More

Winter athletes find holiday joy away from home

After the conclusion of finals week, most students will pack their bags and get ready for a two-month break. A bustling campus quickly becomes… Read More
Edith Robb Dixon Field

The Hidden Opponent sends message of hope

With mental health getting more attention as a topic of conversation in recent years, the issue has been examined in how it applies to… Read More
Sage Klein expresses his perspective on the subject at Dixon. Photo by Max Silverman.

Dilemma for student athletes: to pay or not to pay

The NCAA made $1.15 billion in 2021. Considering the massive amount of money taken in by collegiate sports, there is an ongoing debate about… Read More

Men’s basketball pulls away late for first home win

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Cabrini men’s basketball went up against a hefty Rutgers Camden lineup. Cabrini’s high energy allowed the team to start hot… Read More
Cabrini's women's basketball team competing in a game. Photo by Cabrini University Flickr.

Cabrini athletics welcomes a new face

Cabrini University welcomes a new face to its athletics department: Assistant Athletics Communications Director Mark Weaver. Weaver held the athletics communications assistant position at… Read More

Fit 4 U club aims to expand post-COVID-19

With pandemic restrictions on campus lifted, Cabrini’s Fit 4 U club hopes to increase its activities and drive up membership. Fit 4 U’s beginnings… Read More
Na'im Roberts, soccer player, studying at Dixon.

Juggling time: how student athletes balance academics and sports

Balancing rigorous school work and intense physical activity in sports is tough even without any financial compensation, no doubt about it. Cabrini currently has… Read More

The fifth-year student dilemma  

To fifth-year or not fifth-year is now the question for many Division III athletes. Prior to COVID-19, fifth yearing at the Division III level… Read More

Men’s basketball tops Moravian University

In a tightly contested battle, Cabrini men’s basketball defeated Moravian University in November. The Cavs were itching for a win coming into the game… Read More

Swimmer Tommy Ronayne breaks school record

Cabrini swimmer, Tommy Ronayne, junior business management major, snapped the school’s record in the 500-yard freestyle last month, with a time of 4.43.94 seconds,… Read More

Winter athletes find holiday joy away from home

After the conclusion of finals week, most students will pack their bags and get ready for a two-month break. A bustling campus quickly becomes… Read More
Edith Robb Dixon Field

The Hidden Opponent sends message of hope

With mental health getting more attention as a topic of conversation in recent years, the issue has been examined in how it applies to… Read More
Sage Klein expresses his perspective on the subject at Dixon. Photo by Max Silverman.

Dilemma for student athletes: to pay or not to pay

The NCAA made $1.15 billion in 2021. Considering the massive amount of money taken in by collegiate sports, there is an ongoing debate about… Read More

Men’s basketball pulls away late for first home win

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Cabrini men’s basketball went up against a hefty Rutgers Camden lineup. Cabrini’s high energy allowed the team to start hot… Read More
Cabrini's women's basketball team competing in a game. Photo by Cabrini University Flickr.

Cabrini athletics welcomes a new face

Cabrini University welcomes a new face to its athletics department: Assistant Athletics Communications Director Mark Weaver. Weaver held the athletics communications assistant position at… Read More

Fit 4 U club aims to expand post-COVID-19

With pandemic restrictions on campus lifted, Cabrini’s Fit 4 U club hopes to increase its activities and drive up membership. Fit 4 U’s beginnings… Read More
Na'im Roberts, soccer player, studying at Dixon.

Juggling time: how student athletes balance academics and sports

Balancing rigorous school work and intense physical activity in sports is tough even without any financial compensation, no doubt about it. Cabrini currently has… Read More