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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.

Former Cabrini guard Brittnay Sandone is now a special-ed assistant, at Hatfield elementary. (Amarra Boone/Photo Editor)

Brittany Sandone cherishes Cabrini memories

All-American honorable mention, CSAC player of the year, 1,000-point scorer and fifth place on the all-time scoring record. The list of accolades and awards stretching over the past four years goes on and on. Brittany Sandone, or “Britt” as her teammates and coaches called her, a Harleysville, Pa native and Cabrini class of 2014 graduate, […]

Junior Forward Devon Miller has started in all 12 games this year and has six goals. (Cabrini Athletics/Submitted Photo)

Devon Miller dominates women’s soccer

Devon Miller, junior psychology major, is one of Cabrini’s star athletes and we got to learn more about her history with the game of soccer. Check out this week’s full episode on LOQation’s official YouTube channel!

Cooking at Cabrini

Cooking at Cabrini – Bacon Tomato Cups

Bacon tomato cups are a simple recipe that any college student with kitchen access can make on a budget. All you need are: 2 tomatoes, 1/2 cup of shredded swiss cheese, microwavable bacon, 1 cup of mayonnaise, Pillsbury buttered biscuits, cooking spray and a cup cake pan. Check out this week’s full episode on LOQation’s […]

When ordering at Chipotle you are walked down a row of different choices of ingredients. (Marina Haley/Staff Writer)

Chipotle: worth the hype?

Walking in the door, it is hard not to smell the fresh aroma of Mexican spices and fresh meat of burritos being made in the kitchen. Seeing people with smiles on their faces, patiently waiting in long lines for their favorite meal and chatting with everyone gives the restaurant a friendly atmosphere. Chipotle in Wayne […]

Try this fun way to carve your pumpkin this Halloween season. (MCT)

Halloween traditions that are memorable

When you think of Halloween, what is the first tradition that comes to your mind? Whether it is carving pumpkins, heading to haunted attractions or even going trick or treating, Halloween is a holiday that can be celebrated by everyone.

The cover of “The Best of Me” written by Nicholas Sparks. (Creative Commons)

Christle’s book corner

The highly anticipated movie, “The Best of Me”, that premieres Oct. 17, 2014, is the newest Nicholas Sparks book that is being made into a movie. Although Nicholas Sparks’ books converted into a movie is nothing new, the book promises new adventures.

Dr. Thomas Stretton watching a run through of the play during practice. (Amarra Boone/Photo Editor)

Behind the curtain at the Cabrini play

Although the title of Cabrini theatre’s fall play this year has Shakespeare’s name, “Shakespeare on the Green” is no typical “Romeo and Juliet.” This contemporary comedic performance of four 20-minute renditions of Shakespearian plays (“Taming of the Shrew,” “King Lear,” “The Winter’s Tale” and “Comedy of Errors”) will have you crying—but only because you’ll be […]

A study done how college costs have risen again and how prices are different between public and private. (MCT)

What are we really paying for?

College tuition is something most prospective student look at when they are applying and deciding schools as seniors in high school. Tuition could also make or break a decision on whether or not to attend the college of their dreams. For students in the United States, most colleges, whether private or public, have tuitions that […]

The men's lacrosse team studies together to keep great grades. (Dominique DiNardo/Staff Writer)

Midterm state of mind

It’s midterm week. Students slow their pace due to lack of sleep from pulling all-nighters. A subtle buzz of memorized facts fill their minds between sips of highly caffeinated coffee or energy drinks. The library is full all hours of the day, while the cafeteria remains empty. Students keep their heads in the books to […]

Cynthia GoldsmithThis colorized transmission electron microgra

The Ebola virus

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.