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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.


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.


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.

Mary J Anders discusses sexual assault during a presentation in Grace Hall.  (Abbie Keefe / Asst. News Editor)

Bystanders of sexual assault are important aspects, speaker says

A detective who has worked in the Montgomery County District Attorney’s office for over 20 years thinks that the bystander is an important aspect of any sexual assault case. “We get the victims, we get the bully, but how many people would understand the bystander [of sexual assault],” said Mary J. Anders, who has worked […]

Tressa Setlak giving a presentation on sexual violence, including speaking up and the importance of the bystander. (Jill Nawoyski / Asst. News Editor)

Sexual violence: it’s on us

One in three college students date someone whom they hurt or who hurts them, said a sergeant from the public safety department to a presentation of a group of faculty and students. “A simple, ‘Are you okay?’ speaks volumes,” said public safety officer Tressa Setlak, while giving her presentation, “Sexual Violence – it’s on us.” […]

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Time to embrace Spanish language: it is on the rise

According the U.S. Census Bureau, The U.S. is the fifth largest Spanish speaking country in the world, behind Mexico, Spain, Columbia and Argentina. The trend is expecting to increase, as the Cuban writer Humberto Lopez Morales stated that America will have the largest number of Spanish speakers by 2050.


Cabrini is ready to be re-accredited

Cabrini seems to be ready to be re-accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and Schools next week. Middle States will send eight non-Cabrini affiliated volunteers from other institutions to spend March 22 to 25 with Cabrini students, faculty, staff and administrators to gauge if Cabrini is meeting the Middle State’s 14 “Standards […]

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Is college really worth it anymore?

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 […]

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Alumni give back for 10th annual alumni mentoring

Over 50 Cabrini sophomore and junior communication majors gathered to meet with 11 alumni for the communication department’s 10th annual alumni mentoring event. It was held on March 17 in Grace Hall. About five students sat around each table with an alumnus or alumna and exchanged resumes, portfolios and described their skill set they have […]

The Dinner Party: A place at the table for all women

Women’s contribution to this world has been exponential, as well as progressive, and because of that Women’s history month is given to us as an opportunity to see the contributions that women have made. In the library’s art gallery an exhibition of Judy Chicago’s, “The Dinner Party,” is being displayed to promote women’s history month. […]

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Students Immerse Themselves in Service Over Spring Break

Cabrini offers multiple opportunities for students to travel over spring break and two juniors reflected on their experience. Instead of traveling to a warm paradise or lounging on the couch, these ladies and their fellow classmates got a full understanding of what it means to give back. Check out the full episode here, only on […]

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Fast Track to Philly Available to Cabrini Community

At the end of every month, the SEaL office provides students with the opportunity to buy train tickets for a reduced rate of $4. We spoke with the office’s programming coordinator and students to understand how it works and if it is worth it. Check out the full episode here, only on LOQation’s official YouTube […]

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Students Affected by Work Study

Cabrini offers work study to students under certain financial situations and some unexpectedly had their hours reduced. We walk through the process of how to apply for this on-campus opportunity and also what prevented one student from working this semester. Check out the full episode here, only on LOQation’s official YouTube channel!

Men’s Lax downed by No.2 RIT at Syracuse University

In a close nit affair the Cabrini men’s lacrosse team headed to the Carrier Dome, in Syracuse, to take on No. 2 Rochester Institute of Technology. The No. 5 ranked Cavaliers lost in the final minute of time to fall to 3-2 overall on the season, after a game where the team were only down […]

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Personal Profile: John Solewin

John Solewin, the Assistant Director of Admissions, has done the extraordinary by showing his passion for the school. Dedicated to recruiting future Cavaliers, John’s peers praise him for his dedication and spirit which makes him this week’s personal profile! Check out this week’s full episode only on LOQation’s official YouTube channel!

First Lenten Lecture speaker presented in the grace hall boardroom.  (Photo Credit: Brianna Morrell)

Joy, hope and justice in the first Lenten lecture series presentation

Humility is what makes us unafraid, a presenter said on Wednesday evening. “My fondness of Gaudium et Spes comes from the work I have done in the prisons I have worked in,” a speaker from Villanova University said to an audience of approximately fifteen people in the Grace Hall board room at the Lenten Lecture on […]

On the right is Marissa with her disorder. Her eyes are dark and sunken.  Her hair was like straw and her skin was dead.  On the left is Marissa with bright skin, eyes, and healthy hair. (Submitted Photo)

The presence of eating disorders on a college campus

Eating disorders have a prominent presence in college-aged students.  Many of those who suffer keep it to themselves, starving their need for help.  Second-year Rowan College student Marissa Velez is all too familiar with the struggle to stay thin. After being diagnosed in January 2014 with anorexia nervosa, Velez was brave enough to tell her story. […]

The facade of the church at the mission. (Erica Abbott / News Editor)

Experiencing community in Guatemala

There are moments in life where we are put to the test. Moments where we encounter obstacles–everyone has them. Over spring break, two faculty members, one Missionary Sister of the Sacred Heart, one Cabrini missioner and 11 students traveled to Guatemala–the land of eternal spring. On the surface, Guatemala is a paradise: you see cherry […]

Students who attended the NOLA trip. (Mackenzie Harris / Editor in Chief)

A week of serving with the community of New Orleans

Imagine your home. Imagine your bedroom, your kitchen, your garage door and your family. Now imagine what your life would be like if water rushed into the entire city and you lost everything. Everything you once knew was completely gone, your school, house, neighborhood, were all demolished. Seven students and two faculty and staff members traveled […]


Library classroom closed due to asbestos

The ground floor computer lab in the Holy Spirit Library was quarantined for three days due to asbestos exposure. According to Dawn Barnett, director of facilitates, on the morning of Sunday, March 8, a heating pipe was discovered to have cracked on the main floor of the Library. which caused damage to the ceiling of […]


Short-term service vs. long-term service

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 […]

A day without an adjunct in higher education

Adjunct faculty members are sometimes referred to as the invisible class of higher education due to their low salaries, lack of benefits, little work security and their inability to participate in decisions of the college. Feb. 25, or “National Adjunct Walk Out Day,” is a day when adjunct professors across the country decided to take a […]

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Winged liner and dramatic lashes are in for Spring 2015. Use a liquid eyeliner, eyelash curler and volume mascara for the look.

New York Fashion Week reveals spring makeup trends

Spring makeup is usually full of bright and rosy pinks, pretty pastels and oozing with sugar- sweetness. Spring 2015 is pretty and sweet, with an edge. New York’s Fashion Week was packed with slim models walking down the runway in custom designs. Although most kept their faces forward, thinking about not tripping and did not […]


Sixers make bold moves at trade deadline

Kevin’s Point of View The Philadelphia 76ers were very active at the NBA trade deadline. The Sixers made some noise early by acquiring JavVale McGee and a first round pick in a three-team deal with the Washington Wizards and Oklahoma City Thunder. The big splash did not come till later in the day when the […]

Assistant coach Dana Wilber is in his first year here with the Cabrini Men’s Lacrosse team.

A players’ journey from the field to the sideline

There are many varying aspects that are working to prepare the men’s lacrosse team for the 2015 season. All teams need players and a head coach however the assistant coach is a critical part to a team’s success. Currently, the men’s Head Coach Steve Colfer has four assistance coaches and a strength and conditioning coach […]

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Jair Green and his team after their CSAC semi-final game.

Men’s basketball moves on to CSAC finals

The Cabrini Men’s basketball team hosted Gwynedd Mercy in the semifinals of the Colonial State Athletic Conference on Tuesday night. Four seed Gwynedd Mercy got to this point after hosting Rosemont in the first round and cruising to an 83-66 victory. Cabrini had a bye in the first round after earning the top seed and […]