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Cabrini welcomes class of 2018 with freshman orientation

  Welcome back Cabrini! LOQation is back with a new season, new anchors and new stories to report to you! In this week’s episode we take a look at the class of 2018′s freshman orientation, the campus reconfiguartions that occured over summer and more. Watch for more local and world news with Ricardo, Parisa, Howard […]

The fight for ethical jewelry

Have you ever looked down at the bracelet you are wearing and thought about where it came from? Ethically sourced jewelry is a topic on the rise and is teaching people about the blood, sweat and tears that could have gone into making their favorite accessory.

Movie review: Prisoners

I went to see Prisoners with my girlfriend in theaters and it was the first movie we’ve seen together that we both felt satisfied with.  This is the story of a family finding two young girls who have gone missing.  One of these girls belongs to main character Keller Dover, played by Hugh Jackman. Jackman’s […]

The Wolf of Wall Street: Review

If you haven’t seen The Wolf of Wall Street you have no doubt heard about it.  This is the true story of Jordan Belfort, eccentric New York stock broker. The story focus’ on the rise and fall of Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, on his hunt for wealth with his number two man Donnie, played by […]

Movie Review – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

New to OnDemand is  The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug.  Peter Jackson’s second of a three film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s novel “The Hobbit.”  I had a chance to see this in theaters this past winter, but if you missed it, now’s your chance to catch it at home. This is a very exciting middle chapter of the […]

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Is the degree worth it when you don’t know its worth?

Unemployment rates have currently remained at 6.7 percent for a few months now according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is a very worrisome statistic for graduates just leaving college hoping to find jobs, especially in their fields of study. However, now it may be that unemployment isn’t the biggest concern, but underemployment. […]


Roller hockey raises eyes for upcoming playoffs

The Cabrini roller hockey team closed regular season play with and 8-4 win over Drexel (T2) on Sunday, April 6. The win reinforces the Cavs hopes in the playoffs, bumping them up to fourth place in the league standings and ending the season on a five-game win streak.

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Cabrini basketball hosts Special Olympics clinic

Men’s and women’s Cabrini CSAC basketball champions got the opportunity to run the sixth annual Special Olympics basketball clinic at the Nerney Field House. “Basketball has a lot of opportunities for myself and student athletes,” Cabrini women’s basketball coach Kate Pearson.  “And it’s a great way for us to give back to the game and […]

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

“You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown,” based on the well-know comic strip “Peanuts” was full of whimsical colors, charming characters and adorable humor. On April 11, the cast and crew performed one of their last showings of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Directed by Thomas R. Stretton, Jr, this musical that fondly commemorates the […]

Men’s basketball remains undefeated

Cabrini men’s basketball team kept their winning streak in tact with a dominating 82-68 win over Marywood University. The Cavaliers now have a 14-0 record overall and 8-0 record in the CSAC conference, with the win. The Cavaliers are now ranked No. 3 overall in the NCAA Division III standings. In the first half Cabrini […]

3-on-3 basketball tournament

Many basketballs bounced as people watched each of the games played in the Dixon Center Gym here at Cabrini. Cabrini Traditions organized the tournament that was to help raise money for the senior class gift.   It was a minimum for three and a maximum five players on a team. Some teams came late but, […]

Living in a city after you graduate

Going to college is the most exciting thing for most high school graduates. They get a chance to live on campus and experience their own independence. But how many students who go to a college in a city, such as Philadelphia, chose to stay and live there after they graduate ? For Christine DiBabbo, who […]

10 ways to relax during finals

1.  Exercise.  Go for a run, lift weights and let the stress sweat right out of you.  If you’re sitting around worrying about how you’re going to do on tests or how you’ll finish all your assignments maybe you need to get your body in motion and get the blood flowing. 2.  Go outside and don’t […]

Upcoming NFL draft should be one for the ages

There has been constant talk that the 2014 NFL draft class is the best draft class in the last 15 to 20 years. Considered as one of the deepest drafts in history, there are a lot of potential superstars in this draft class that potential to emerge. The talent that makes this draft class so […]


Sexual assault and slut-shaming

“She was acting slutty… It was her own fault… she shouldn’t have drunk so much then.” Recently, cases of sexual assault at universities as prominent as Notre Dame and Swarthmore have been in the news.  In addition, a nationwide movement of students has charged that colleges are not handling cases properly, resulting in what is […]

Softball advances to CSAC championships

After an extra inning of play against Centenary College the Lady Cavs came out on top with a 7-6 walk-off win on Tuesday, April 28. This win not only improves the team’s record to 23-15 but it also secures the cavs a spot in the CSAC championship. From the first inning the Cyclones had the cavs […]

Cotton picking in Uzbekistan: ‘volunteer’ or forced labor?

Cotton is a staple fiber that grows in a boll. After being harvested, cotton is spun into yarn or thread. It is the world’s most widely used textile, with over 29 million tons of cotton produced every year. However, the fabric that makes up a majority of consumers’ favorite clothing and blankets could be hiding […]

Factory deaths brings attention to sweatshop clothing

People hear “fair trade” and they automatically associate it with food. However, fair trade takes on other forms as well. Fair trade has become much more of a topic of concern in the clothing industry. In light of 2013-factory crash in Bangladesh, fair trade activist have fought to help people understand the source of where […]

Consumer guide to ethical clothing

As consumers, we are constantly buying the newest trends. However, there is also a very high probability that most people do not think about where their clothing items come from before they buy them. For many, the origin of their shirt, shorts or sweater remains a mystery. Many don’t realize that the cotton that makes […]

He gives a face to those who made your clothes

Kelsey Timmerman has a wife and two kids and lives in Indiana with his family. He is a man who wanted to travel the world and find out where everyday things like clothes or food came from. He loves to experience new people and learn about their stories. He is a speaker and a writer. He […]

Perspective: Racist owner banned from NBA for life

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has the city of Los Angeles and the entire NBA community in an uproar ever since Saturday, April 26th. TMZ leaked recorded audio of Sterling’s disgusting racist remarks to his alleged mistress, Viviano Stiviano, expressing his dislike of her Instagram picture that she posted with NBA Hall of Fame […]

Men’s lacrosse advances to the CSAC final

Cabrini men’s lacrosse advanced to their 15th consecutive CSAC conference game with their 25-7 win over Neumann University. The Cavaliers improve to 15-1 on the season with their only loss coming out of conference. 14 different players had at least one point in the win. Junior Damian Sobieski and Mike Leyden had a combined 14 […]