Women have come so far and made so many strides in the past century. From earning their suffrage to subsequently serving in politics, advocating for birth control, winning the Nobel Prize and more, women have come a long way. But women also still have a long way to go. Women still face oppression, lack of […]
It’s that time of year again. Everyone is in the midst of planning out what classes they want to take. Some students may still need to finish their core classes, major requirements or just are looking for classes to be full-time students. But when we pick our classes, shouldn’t we be more concerned with what […]
Deck: In no way are either forms of service wrong, but there are certain times where one form fits best. What is short-term service? Some of the services trips that campus ministry and individual students go on are looking at the shorter-term aspect of the community. This is not a negative thing, because the work […]
Diversity should be appreciating everyone’s differences. There is no reason for all of us to be the same – that is boring, so just celebrating those differences is a start. A diversity office should celebrate differences but realize that we each are at a different stage of openness to differences. As Cabrini becomes more diverse, […]
We all know the drill. We want to find a parking spot close to Founder’s, close to Dixon or close to our residence. We are willing to circle the lot until someone leaves. We are willing to waste our time and gas. Sometimes it seems worse than the King of Prussia Mall at Christmas. The […]
Two weeks ago, a defining moment occurred for journalism, but it was the furthest thing from positive.
Odds are, when you think of human trafficking, you picture a young woman just like in “Taken” or the one pictured on the Loquitur’s front page. But in fact, the reality is that “there are an estimated 27 million adults and 13 million children around the world who are victims of human trafficking,” according to […]
On Jan. 7, social media and news outlets covered storming of the Kouachi brothers, in the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, but on that very same day Nigeria battled a conflict that has been going on for the past five years.
Nor’easter Juno brought back the #CabriniBlackout for the fourth time in this school year alone with a smaller amount of snow than what the meteorologists were predicting and of course additional school work. According to text messages sent out last year via Cabrini’s emergency text services, there were a total of eight days when Cabrini […]
In the State of the Union last week on Tuesday, Jan. 20, President Obama focused the nation’s attention on higher education, a topic that is extremely important to all students, professors and everyone who works at Cabrini. President Obama looked back in our nation’s history, how we became a great nation, first by instituting free […]
What is the balance between the value of respect for the faith of others and the value of freedom of speech?
Every year at the beginning of January, college students get pesky emails reminding everyone to fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). But what if all schools adopted tuition freezes so that no student had to worry about whether or not the tuition will be raised for their next four years? Would […]
President Obama introduced an executive action about immigration on Thursday, Nov. 21. In the opinion of many, the plan was just a Band-Aid to a more major problem that in the end does not clearly fix any of the underlying issues.
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.
There is something new to be found on campus, some may say that it’s our new President or the latest additions to the nationally ranked mens basketball team or the obnoxiously large yellow speed humps that have littered the campus drive. An eye sore or a safety precaution?
Would you shy away? Give a dirty look? Stick out your hand and introduce yourself? Or would you ignore the situation all together, because why would you want to touch a dirty person, who does not have a house?
In 2014 alone, 40,000 women have been estimated to die due to breast cancer. About one percent of all breast cancer cases occur in men and in 2014, there have been more than 2.8 million women with a history of breast cancer in the U.S., according to breastcancer.org.
The law SB 967, nicknamed “Yes Means Yes” makes it absolutely necessary for both partners to verbally consent before and during all sexual activity. This law also states that the choice of saying “yes” can be revoked at any time.
Ebola was first found in Zaire or what is now known as the Democratic Republic of Congo, in 1976. The Ebola virus is an extremely rare disease and symptoms are similar to a very severe flu. Sweating, body aches, pains, vomiting and uncontrollable diarrhea are all symptoms of Ebola.
Why should someone be judged by their sexuality? Why does it matter whether someone is homosexual, heterosexual or asexual? Why can’t society just allow individuals to be who they are, except that and move on? It does not affect anyone except themselves, so the justification of judgement in the LGBT community is completely irrelevant.
“I tried to leave the house once after an abusive episode, and he blocked me,”Beverly Gooden (@bevtgooden via Twitter) said. “He slept in front of the door that entire night, #WhyIStayed.”
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?
Children look up to their parents, family members or someone they are living with for guidance, love, help, trust, compassion. When there are some of those key elements missing, that’s when the problems begin.
ISIS stands for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levent and is an international terrorist group that currently controls a territory about the size of Maryland. The terrorist group was actually close with al-Qaeda, but during the Syria conflicts, that relationship fell apart, causing tension between the two.
In a world that is filled with so much hatred, despair, war, pain, grief, judgment and anger, there is one remaining commonality to keep our society from falling apart: hope for a better tomorrow.
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. […]
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