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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.

The secret life of college students

Going off to college is an exciting time. You get to live on your own, make new friends and hang out. No one tells you what to do and when to do it. And we can’t forget the parties. We don’t have a care in the world. College is easy, right?

The poster for the movie Annabelle. (Creative Commons)

The return of the “Haunted Doll”

Just when people assumed things couldn’t get scarier, the “haunted” doll from the Conjuring made her presence known. Annabelle is directed by John R. Leonetti starring Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton, Tony Amendola and Alfre Woodard.

October is domestic violence awareness month

Domestic violence awareness PSA

Domestic Violence is a serious injustice that has recently been making it’s way more readily into the media. Three Cabrini professors who excel in the topic lent their voices to bring the information to life. Check out the full episode on LOQation’s official YouTube page!

Milano during Semester at Sea Fall 2013

Financial aid available for study abroad

Study Abroad is a great opportunity to learn about new aspects of the world but students have had to pay their own way through it. The college has made a change to their financial aid program which now allows student to use half of their scholarship to cover expenses and we got the inside look […]

Picard demonstrating his app, iGames,

Cabrini student develops app

Senior AJ Picard took his passion for gaming to a new level. Along with a team of developers, Picard was able to develop and design his own app that is now available in the app store. Check out the full episode on LOQation’s official YouTube page!

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A look inside LGBT

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.

The back entrance of House 2, the Dixon House, which is currently unoccupied by students. (Joey Rettino/Managing Editor)

Dixon House to be restored

Dr. Donald Taylor, president of Cabrini, and the school’s board of trustees decided last week to renovate the Dixon House Residence Hall, which was shut down in September 2011 due to the extensive growth of mold.

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Patience is key for young Sixers team

For the Philadelphia 76ers, two words can describe their upcoming season, patience and growth. With an average age of 24 the 76ers will return a young roster this year, which has everyone predicting the Sixers will be one of the NBA’s worst teams.

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Field hockey continues win streak

Cabrini College field hockey team won 8-2 against Marywood on family day. Saturday Oct. 4 marked the day Cabrini field hockey continues CSAC 2-0. Junior Kerry Farrell’s first goal marks her 100th career point. Farrell scored the first goal in the first 15 seconds, assisted by Senior Karlie Gruccio.

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Women’s tennis stay undefeated with win

The Cabrini women’s tennis team defeated the Immaculata University Mighty Macs on the opponent’s home courts with the final score of 5-3, on Friday Oct 3. With another CSAC win, the Cavs hold a perfect record of 7-0 in the league and a 10-3 overall record.

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A look inside the world of a runner

Tyler Arizin has gotten off to a fast start beginning her freshman career as a new member of the Cabrini cross country team, leading the Cavaliers and receiving multiple awards.

Cover for “Boardwalk Empire.” (Flickr/Creative Commons)

Are you watching? Must-see new and returning shows

There are a lot of new shows to look forward to watching this fall. A series that has been strongly advertised is “Gotham,” starring Ben McKenzie. It’s described as the origin story of the future police commissioner Jim Gordon. But seriously a Gotham without Batman? No thank you. “Gotham,” which premiered on Sept. 22, is […]

TLC’s hit series, “Toddlers and Tiaras,” features girls competing in beauty pageants. Is this a healthy message for young girls to learn? Will these girls have an even more altered view of beauty as they become teens?  (Flickr/Creative Commons)

Pageantry at its worst

Internationally, women take part in contests to show off how well they manage to look in a bikini or to tell the whole audience how they could change the world. These contests are called pageants.

Many Cabrini students stay organized with a planner. Amarra Boone/Photo Editor)

Time management in college

There are a lot of important skills one must have in order to be a successful college student. One skill that tends not to be given the most attention to is time management. There is no question to the fact that college students are very busy.

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Stay healthy at Cabrini

“Achoo,” a student in a Cabrini College class sneezed and then began coughing. Then another student sitting next to the sick person started coughing and sneezing. Why are people so sick at Cabrini?