Brian Loschiavo

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Editorial: Reduce adjuncts, increase full-time faculty

Loquitur believes that our administration needs to reduce the number of adjuncts and increase the number of fulltime professors to benefit its students.

Blizzard blasts Cabrini

During the past two weeks and throughout the past few months, snow has been pounding the Philadelphia area, making it the snowiest winter this region has ever seen. ?Most students were brought back to the good old days of childhoods past, anticipating snow days and playing in the snow, some spending their time relaxing in the warmth of their dorm rooms or homes.

We are the world

On Friday, Feb. 12 the world watched as the 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony was broadcast on television in countries near and far. This worldwide competition, which occurs every four years, provides a chance for the world's top athletes to compete against one another in a variety of events.

Thank you

When Haiti was hit with tragedy the Cabrini community knew that something had to be done. In just a few days after the earthquakes many events were organized around campus to help raise money for relief efforts. The day for Haiti resulted in over $2,100 raised, which was donated directly to Catholic Relief Services.

Provost search resumes

Over the past few years Cabrini has seen many changes in academics and administration. Last year we welcomed Dr. George as our seventh president and saw our core curriculum become re-energized by establishing the Justice Matters initiative. The college is still transitioning into a new phase as it searches for a new provost and vice president for academic affairs.

Cavs conquer Eagles in ‘Battle of Eagle Road’

The Cabrini Men's basketball team toped cross-street-rival Eastern University 80-71 in the "Battle of Eagle Road," on Wednesday, Jan. 27. The win helped the Cavs extend their win streak to 10 games. Kevin Misevicius led Cabrini with an impressive 33 points, four assists, four steals and three rebounds on the night.

Devastation in Haiti not to be forgotten

It has been just over three weeks since tragedy struck Haiti. More than 150,000 have died and just under 200,000 are injured. As Americans looking in on the devastation Haiti is experiencing we need to take action and educate those around us who don't understand the situation.

Additional parking a necessary expense

Around campus you hear students discussing various aspects of Cabrini that they would like to see changed. One that seems to come up time after time is the parking situation. The Loquitur editorial staff feels that we need to get the conversation started about this issue on the administrative level.

Take a stand for Haiti

The death toll is predicted to reach 200,000 in Haiti. The country, which is smaller than Maryland, is home to nearly 10 million people, 80 percent of whom are living below the poverty line. Most Haitians live on just two dollars a day, making it the poorest country in the western hemisphere.

Cabrini captures win at the Garden

Madison Square Garden has been said to be one of the world's most famous arenas. As soon as you enter, you can feel the presence of the teams who have played there, the performers who have drawn thousands and the history that has been made over decades of games and performances.

Editorial: Reduce adjuncts, increase full-time faculty

Loquitur believes that our administration needs to reduce the number of adjuncts and increase the number of fulltime professors to benefit its students.

Blizzard blasts Cabrini

During the past two weeks and throughout the past few months, snow has been pounding the Philadelphia area, making it the snowiest winter this region has ever seen. ?Most students were brought back to the good old days of childhoods past, anticipating snow days and playing in the snow, some spending their time relaxing in the warmth of their dorm rooms or homes.

We are the world

On Friday, Feb. 12 the world watched as the 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony was broadcast on television in countries near and far. This worldwide competition, which occurs every four years, provides a chance for the world's top athletes to compete against one another in a variety of events.

Thank you

When Haiti was hit with tragedy the Cabrini community knew that something had to be done. In just a few days after the earthquakes many events were organized around campus to help raise money for relief efforts. The day for Haiti resulted in over $2,100 raised, which was donated directly to Catholic Relief Services.

Provost search resumes

Over the past few years Cabrini has seen many changes in academics and administration. Last year we welcomed Dr. George as our seventh president and saw our core curriculum become re-energized by establishing the Justice Matters initiative. The college is still transitioning into a new phase as it searches for a new provost and vice president for academic affairs.

Cavs conquer Eagles in ‘Battle of Eagle Road’

The Cabrini Men's basketball team toped cross-street-rival Eastern University 80-71 in the "Battle of Eagle Road," on Wednesday, Jan. 27. The win helped the Cavs extend their win streak to 10 games. Kevin Misevicius led Cabrini with an impressive 33 points, four assists, four steals and three rebounds on the night.

Devastation in Haiti not to be forgotten

It has been just over three weeks since tragedy struck Haiti. More than 150,000 have died and just under 200,000 are injured. As Americans looking in on the devastation Haiti is experiencing we need to take action and educate those around us who don't understand the situation.

Additional parking a necessary expense

Around campus you hear students discussing various aspects of Cabrini that they would like to see changed. One that seems to come up time after time is the parking situation. The Loquitur editorial staff feels that we need to get the conversation started about this issue on the administrative level.

Take a stand for Haiti

The death toll is predicted to reach 200,000 in Haiti. The country, which is smaller than Maryland, is home to nearly 10 million people, 80 percent of whom are living below the poverty line. Most Haitians live on just two dollars a day, making it the poorest country in the western hemisphere.

Cabrini captures win at the Garden

Madison Square Garden has been said to be one of the world's most famous arenas. As soon as you enter, you can feel the presence of the teams who have played there, the performers who have drawn thousands and the history that has been made over decades of games and performances.
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