Billy Holland

   Have you always lived in the Philadelphia area? No, I grew up on Long Island. It is not too much different from here… LI was a lot more crowded and urbanized. I hate the Eagles, but I like living next to an awesome city such as Philly. There’s a

“2.6 on the game clock, Malachi Hall controls, he puts up a shot……..” On December 5, 2017, Cairn University defeated the Blue Jays of Elizabethtown College in a non-conference matchup.  Pretty standard right?  What would have gone down as a fairly insignificant, standard non-conference victory was quickly trumped by how
Angela Kamau

International students are a vital part of the Cairn community. Their presence shows the unity we share in Christ as Christians. We can come together from across the world as a single body and learn alongside one another. Together we learn more than just how to comprehend lectures and textbooks,

December has commenced, and Christmas Break is right around the corner, which means winter sports are in full swing.  Men’s and Women’s basketball are in mid-season form and are preparing for conference play.  On the flipside of things, another team is heading into preseason, and they are ready to make the

  Twilight. Stephenie Meyer. 498 pp. Little, Brown, and Company, 2006. New Moon. Stephenie Meyer. 563 pp. Little, Brown, and Company, 2006. Eclipse. Stephenie Meyer. 629 pp. Little, Brown, and Company, 2007. Breaking Dawn. Stephenie Meyer. 756 pp. Little, Brown, and Company, 2008.   Amanda Kloth, Secondary English Education, Spring

Although Cairn is a small campus, there are many places in a reasonable distance that you, as a student, could be taking advantage of. One of those places is the famous Big Apple, otherwise known as New York, New York. If you drive about an hour north of Philadelphia, you

Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Harriet Beecher Stowe. 442 pp. Barnes and Noble Books, 2003. Barbara Cooper/ Part-Time Faculty, School of Education November 2017 When President Lincoln first met Harriet Beecher Stowe, he reportedly remarked, “So you’re the little woman who wrote the book that made this great war!” I have always

Tucked into the Crossroads Plaza of Richboro is a new fitness center, RJS Fit. RJS is a new business owned by Cairn alum Kate Mikhailov ’00/G’08.  After many years of corporate job as an HR Director in a large pharmaceutical company,  Kate decided to pursue her dream of helping people become strong

Christmas music plays through the walls of the dorms. The walkway is lit. And every student has a pile of homework to surmount. As students return from a much need Thanksgiving Break, campus is now in the full swing of finals and preparation for Christmas activities. It’s a blend of
Amy Faust

Amy Faust: a dual-level senior, earning her Master’s degree in education and her Bachelor’s degree in elementary education; a student supervisor for Nexus; a middle school basketball coach for Calvary Christian Academy; a friend, girlfriend, and roommate. Amy Faust does it all—but how does she balance it all? Amy’s balancing