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Commentary: Majority decision gives Garcia 30th career win

After a tightly contested 12-round brawl Philadelphia native, Danny “Swift” Garcia  (30-0 17 Kos) snuck by hard fighting Lamont Peterson (33-3-1, 17 Kos) to stay undefeated. On Saturday, April 11, Danny Garcia faced Lamont Peterson, in Brooklyn New York at the Barclay’s center in front of 12,000 fans. Garcia won a controversial majority decision after […]


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.

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Men’s Golf takes second in the CSAC championship

As men’s golf traveled to Huntingdon Valley, Pa. for a two day tournament at the Philmont Country Club. The Cavaliers fall short of first place in the CSAC championship to Marywood University. With the team scoring 329 in the first round of the championship, the Cavaliers were three strokes behind the day one winner, Marywood. […]

SEI partnership offers opportunities for students

Cabrini’s career center has developed strong partnerships and liaisons with local companies that recruit students for job opportunities. Shakeyia Kersey, assistant director for employer relations, has focused on a partnership with global company SEI. The recruiters have come to campus to conduct interviews with students. “One of my goals when I started here was to […]

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Underlying factors affect obesity as well as genetics

  People are under the impression that obesity is a disease. In my opinion, obesity is a negative symptom triggered by another illness, such as depression, emotional instability or the inability to receive fulfillment of any sort. Jermaine Robinson has put his past behind him, with hopes to start new chapter of his life. Robinson, […]

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"I kept journals in crates, filled with stories scribbled  in  bright pink and purple pens. Anything involving numbers, triangles, formulas and ridiculous word problems were not my thing. Yet, writing, learning about history and telling stories—that is where I felt I belonged."

Editor says goodbye to Loquitur

I have always loved writing. In elementary school, I would fill up manila and burgundy colored journals with my swirling handwriting. I used to wear a silver, clinking charm bracelet with a sparkly journal embossed with a butterfly and a pencil. I kept journals in crates, filled with stories scribbled  in  bright pink and purple […]

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Do not let society define who you are

Between outfit choice, etiquette, work and partying, double standards exist everywhere. We have all seen them in our daily lives. Double standards can be found in all forms. From women to men, our culture is used to dealing with gender role stereotypes. When men post workout pictures, or any “selfie” for that matter, it is […]

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Are men to blame for shaming women? Why are there double standards?

We are all to blame for slut-shaming

In today’s generation, women are often looked down upon for having sexual relations with men. However, men are praised for it. Why is this? As unfair as it is, men will never be called sluts, whores, skanks or any of the derogatory terms used to describe women. When a man has sexual relations with a […]

Peterson excels at being a three-sport athlete

Dana Peterson is one of the few three-sport athletes on campus and she wouldn’t have it any other way. “The best part about playing three sports it that the season never ends because when one sport ends, another is beginning,” Peterson, junior education and special education major, said. “I love being part of a team […]

Men’s Year in Review

Basketball  The Cabrini men’s basketball team didn’t finish the 2014-2015 season like they wanted to. The Blue and White were defeated by Neumann University in the CSAC finals at the Nerney Field House. Cabrini finished the season with a 13-5 CSAC record and 17-10 overall. The CSAC finals loss snapped a streak of five consecutive […]

The path of a two-sport athlete

Adding a sport to a college student’s schedule is not an easily done task, and adding two sports sounds like the work of someone who enjoys to be challenged throughout the year. This is true for sophomore criminology major, Taylor Mack, playing both field hockey and softball. While Mack loves both sports she has a […]

Day of silence helps start conversation

To create social change most people imagine long speeches, or big group protests where signs and chants are used to get the point across.   Well this cannot be said for the National Day of Silence, which took place last Friday, April 17. This is a day of awareness for the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, […]

Graduating with honors

Graduating from college is an honor in itself. But for those students who have done exceptional work while in school they will be graduating with Latin Honors. They are defined as cum laude, magna cum laude and summa cum laude. To achieve these honors, one’s cumulative grade point average (GPA) for all four years must […]

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Kim and Kanye share a romantic moment at a basketball game.

Canceling the Kardashians

I hope this does not seem too harsh, but I hate the Kardashians. In my personal opinion I think that they have a negative effect on our society, plus they are just super annoying. Kim dying her hair should not be considered news, and who cares about what nightclub Scott went to. To me it […]

Heavy media users suffer cognitively, study said

Not everyone has joined in on the hype of social media sites such as Facebook including junior history major Katelyn Myhre. “Facebook started when I was young and my mom was against that kind of stuff,” Myhre said. “Over time I’ve never felt like I needed one even if people around me made it seem […]

Perfection: what is it and do we really want it?

Why do we have to have perfect grades in order to be smart? Why do we have to have the perfect relationship in order to be in love? Why do we have to be making large amounts of money just to be happy? For some, the constant thought of perfection is a light switch in […]

Roller hockey team captures second league title

The Cabrini roller hockey team came in to Sunday’s PCRHL Championship Series looking to bring the hardware back to Cabrini and came out victorious as the team defeated the Drexel Blue Dragons, two games to none. Game 1 ended in an 8-3 win, followed by another 8-3 win in Game 2, ending the series in […]

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Click it or Ticket: Saving lives one click at a time

David Martin was just driving home from a long day at work. The traffic on the interstate was blocked up miles ahead and the agony of getting home was getting more intense. With just one mistake, things could take a turn for the worst especially without a seatbelt being worn. “I just looked at the […]

The gender gap in politics has grown smaller, studies say

When it comes to politics, not only in America but in the world, men have historically held the highest chairs, according to an assembly speaker. “Gender inequality within the realm of politics in the United States absolutely exists,” Sheila Oliver, New Jersey assembly speaker, said. According to the Global Gender Gap Report, the U.S. ranks […]

Mother Ursula award: A well-known name and honorable award

Sister Ursula Infante is a common name known around campus. Many people also know her as the first president and founder of Cabrini.  She was a member of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the group that started to think about the idea of opening a college. With the hard work and […]

Students get excited for summer

As the days get sunnier, warmer and brighter, many students are starting to think about what they want to do while they are not at school. Nazifa Akanda, criminology and sociology double major, is very excited about the upcoming summer break. “I’m excited for the summer, but I know I will be very preoccupied with […]

Students leave Cabrini to find a new experience

Students transfer colleges for numerous of reasons. Some change majors and move to a different school that better suits them and their new path. Others start at two –year colleges before transferring and finishing their degree at a four-year university or college. If student’s first choice did not see right, students can take heart to […]