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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.

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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.

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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.

This year's contestants with Mr. and Miss Cabrini

Colin Kilroy and Lauren Hight crowned Mr. and Miss Cabrini 2014

The 2014 Mr. and Miss Cabrini pageant united student representatives from clubs across campus as they all vied for the coveted crown and sash. This year title winners are Colin Kilroy, junior business major nominated by the Student Government Association, and Lauren Hight, senior communication major nominated by LOQation Weekly News Program. View a recap […]

Speed hump warning by Grace Hall

New Campus Speed Humps: Helpful or Hurtful?

The recent talk of campus has been the implication of the new speed humps on the Upper Gulf Road entrance, Kind of Prussia Road entrance and by the back end of the cafeteria. We learn why they these massive traffic controllers have been placed on our road ways and what students think about the action. […]

Front doors to House 2

House 2 to be Reopened with Future Plans for Success

Dixon House, or more commonly known as House 2, has an expected reopening date of August 2015 after sitting dormant for four years due to mold. Dr. Taylor, president of Cabrini College, explains that the abundance of students living on campus played a factor in the decision and that he has plans to embrace the […]

Mr. and Miss Cabrini 2014

Meet your 2014 Mr. and Miss Cabrini!

This year’s Mr. and Miss Cabrini pageant brought plenty of spirit, talents and laughter as musical comedy duo, Dakaboom, presented this year’s winners with their crowns! Congratulations to Colin Kilroy and Lauren Hight for stepping above their competitors to take home the title! Check out the full episode here, only on LOQation’s official YouTube Channel!

Men's Basketball defends Battle of Eagle Road title

Battle of Eagle Road kicks off the basketball season

The men’s and women’s basketball team hosted Eastern University in the Battle of Eagle Road in the Dixon Center on Monday, Nov. 16  and while the men triumphed over Eastern, the women just fell short. You can view a recap of the night here courtesy of LOQation News. Below you can listen to a rundown of what happened thanks […]

Jair Green. (cabriniathletics.com)

High school teammates choose same college for basketball

The Cabrini men’s basketball team has historically been one of the top Division III programs in the country. This past season, the men’s basketball team earned its fifth consecutive CSAC championship and fifth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance under former Head Coach Marcus Khan. Last year, the Blue and White finished with a record of 26-2 […]

Aside from basketball, Cabrini College does not offer baseball, football or ice hockey, which are three of the four major sports in America. (MCT)

Adding new sports are not as easy as students think

Whether an athlete or a fan, making sure your favorite sport is included in your college’s athletic program is crucial. Cabrini offers 16 collegiate sports. However some of them such as baseball, football, and track and field are not included. With college football taking over Saturday sports television and baseball being America’s favorite pastime, many […]

In a survey created by the Loquitur staff, students answered what they do and how they feel when they drink.  (Graphic Designed by Mackenzie Harris)

Alcohol and sex: 2 college norms?

It’s typically not unusual to see red solo cups in the hands of a stumbling college student every Thursday evening for “Thirsty Thursday.” The norm of on-campus drinking and partying has always been around and it still remains as one of the most popular activities that takes place on campus.

Service to community and to self

Ashley Douglas was awarded the Nerney Leadership award on Tuesday for her service in her community. Douglas is a hard worker and a dedicated student. She has taken many steps in order to receive this award.