RADNOR, Pa. (Nov. 30, 2012) – In September 2011, a group of Cabrini College seniors brainstormed potential ideas for their capstone project. They wanted to create something memorable. After all, this project would, in many respects, be their crowning achievement as communications majors.
The class of 2012 was the first class at Cabrini to graduate through a full four years of the Justice Matters curriculum, so they knew their project should relate to a local or global issue of social justice.
RADNOR, Pa. (Oct. 28, 2011) – Students at Cabrini College earned eight national journalism awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) for their work in The Loquitur, the College’s student-produced newspaper. Many of the stories focused on issues of social justice.
RADNOR, Pa. (Sept. 1, 2011) – While some college students might head to the beach for the summer, a group of students at Cabrini College opted for an intense biology lab course on genetics. After completing the course, which was sponsored by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the students submitted their findings in the GenBank, a National Institutes of Health repository of genetic information.
RADNOR, Pa. (July 13, 2011) – A website on domestic violence education created by students at Cabrini College has earned another award: a 2011 Communicator Silver Award, judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts (IAVA). The “Children as Witness” convergence project (www.cabrini.edu/domesticviolence) won in the Interactive Multimedia: Education category.
RADNOR, Pa. (April 18, 2011) — Woodcrest, the Cabrini College Department of English student literary magazine, earned the highest honor from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association at the 33rd annual College Media Advisors Convention last month. CSPA honored the 2010 edition of Woodcrest with the Gold Crown Award for exemplary writing/editing, design, content, photography, and art.
RADNOR, Pa. (April 7, 2011) — Cabrini College student Danielle Alio, a junior communications major from North Wales, Pa., has been awarded a $5,000 “Philly’s Future” scholarship by the Philly Ad Club. Alio is one of 10 area students to receive the scholarship for outstanding academic, personal and professional accomplishments.
RADNOR, Pa. (Jan. 20, 2011) — An article in the January issue of the scholarly journal BioScience praises Cabrini’s undergraduate research and peer mentoring. The article, “Forging a 21st Century Model for Undergraduate Research,” highlights Cabrini’s participation in the National Genomics Research Initiative (NGRI), and the work of peer mentor Catherine Mageeney ’11.
RADNOR, Pa. (Nov. 10, 2010) — Three students at Cabrini College were recognized for outstanding contributions to community service and civic engagement with the Charles A. Mastronardi Service and Leadership Award. Anne Brokenborough ’11, Danielle DiBartolo ’12, and Jamie Tadrzynski ’12 received the award during the College’s Cabrini Day celebration on Nov. 9.
RADNOR, Pa. (Sept. 3, 2010) — South Philadelphia natives Kerri Dougherty and Gianna Shikitino can’t imagine Philadelphia without the Mummers—not only are the two Cabrini College students lifelong fans, but they have family that march with the Fancy Brigades and the Comics, respectively. So when the students heard how City budget cuts have threatened the Mummers Parade, they took action.
RADNOR, Pa. (March 11, 2010) — A radio documentary created by three Cabrini College students on the global food crisis was named Best of Festival winner in the 2010 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts. The documentary, “Road of Insecurity: The Global Food Crisis,” was one of 16 Best of Festival winners chosen from nearly 900 audio and video entries.
RADNOR, Pa. (Nov. 9, 2009) – Senior men's lacrosse attackman Casey Grugan has been voted the NCAA Division III Preseason National Player of the Year in a fan poll conducted by Lacrosse Magazine.
RADNOR, Pa. (May 5, 2009) – Jaiquann Beckham, an honors student at Christiana High School in Newark Delaware who plans to enroll at Cabrini in fall 2009, was featured on the Oprah Winfrey show today. Beckham was among four Delaware high school students who learned on the show that their college education would be funded.
RADNOR, Pa. (May 27, 2008) – North Plainfield resident and Cabrini College graduate Amanda Finnegan '08 has been named one of the top 100 collegiate journalists in the nation by UWIRE, an organization for college student media. More than 500 journalists at 132 colleges and universities were nominated for UWIRE's inaugural selection.
Francine Clement, a junior sociology major at Cabrini College, recently received a $1,000 Commonwealth Good Citizen scholarship for her extraordinary service and extracurricular activities at Cabrini.