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Domestic Violence

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this web site both to educate Pennsylvania elementary school teachers about Domestic Violence and to give teachers ways to help students living with Domestic Violence.


Youth Voices Rise: the Arab awakening

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this site based on interviews conducted with young people and others involved in the Arab Awakening.


Increasing The Peace: Peacebuilding after conflict and natural disasters

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this website based on over 60 interviews conducted with individuals and peacebuilding organizations worldwide.

Homecoming 2014

Homecoming 2014 Recap – October 1, 2014

Homecoming 2014 was September 26-28 and alumni, parents and current students alike gathered to celebrate their school spirit. Let’s see what makes this event one of the most prominent of the year! Check out the full episode on LOQation’s official YouTube channel!


Ex-voto art introduced by Dr. Primiano

“Graces Received: Painted and Metal Ex-Votos From Italy” is Dr. Leonard Norman Primiano’s new art exhibition which is being held in the Grace and Joseph Gorevin Fine Arts Gallery. The exhibition was opened on Wednesday, Sept. 10 and will continue to run throughout October.

Protesters holding up an Occupy Hong Kong sing. (Submitted by Robert Iodice)

Thursday Briefing: Week of Oct. 2, 2014

Robert Iodice, a Cabrini engineer, traveled to Hong Kong where he is an acting engineer on a project. During his time in Hong Kong, Chinese students held a non-violent protest marches and vigils that began on Friday, Sept. 26.

Tennis Gains More Than Just a Coach

Cabrini College athletics recently added a new member to their staff, tennis coach Stephen Parker. Parker grew up in Wisconsin and started his college career at the College of Wooster. He was not a stranger to being part of a team; he played soccer at the Division III level. After getting injured, he transferred to the […]


Women’s Tennis Sweeps Baptist Bible

On Sept. 22, the Lady Cavs tennis team improved to 6-2 after beating Baptist Bible 9-0. The Cavs kicked off the match by starting in doubles play. Juniors Terra McHenry and Tori Yeich started off on a positive note by gaining an 8-3 doubles win. Next, senior Samantha Trumbo and sophomore Elena Conway added another […]

Politicians need to change their ways for new generation

At what age do you start to form your political identity? Politics is known to be such a touchy subject when discussing your views to someone with different views. Is our generation known to be clue less on politics? How can you have knowledge on a particular subject when no one is allowed to talk […]

The Chapter of the Year Award that Delta Xi Phi won this summer. (Photo submitted by Veronica Smith)

Delta Xi Phi wins Sorority of the Year at national convention

Delta Xi Phi won chapter of the year during a conference in Baltimore this July. President Veronica Smith, senior biology major, was sitting with her fellow sorority sisters at a banquet at the end of the conference, listening to the awards joking around that they could keep eating as they would not win. Smith heard […]

Alpha Delta Gamma won “Most Improved Chapter Award” this summer at the National Convention. (Photo submitted by John McManus)

Alpha Delta Gamma receives national award

Alpha Delta Gamma is currently the only Fraternity at Cabrini. This past summer the chapter received the “Most Improved Chapter” award at the National Convention, which took place in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

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Inequality vs. racism

We’re supposed to be a country rich in opportunity and have wealth and freedom. However we still see issues of inequality every day. When did the conversation change from the differences between inequality and equality go to using racism as a scapegoat?

After campus renovations that occurred over the summer, the commuter lounge transitioned from Founder's Hall to the RAC.  (Office of Student Engagement and Leadership/Submitted Photo)

Commuting to a new lounge

Rooyman’s Hall is more than just the RAC Grille. It now features the commuters’ lounge that was previously set up in Founder’s Hall before being turned into a graphic design lab.