Brianna Morrell

Hey I'm Bri! I'm a junior digital com major with a minor in graphic design. I am the social media and marketing editor on The Loquitur. Besides Loquitur, I am also apart of WYBF as the engagement director for the station. When I'm not running around the com wing, I enjoy sleeping and spending time with my friends!

Articles by Brianna Morrell

Norristown mentoring program helps undocumented students achieve goals

Many undocumented immigrants who have come into the United States face challenges every day to get the resources they need for a better life.… Read More

LGBT event on campus educates students about its history and future

Student diversity hosted an event on Wednesday, Oct. 21st. This all-day event was held to educate students and faculty about the LGBT community. “This… Read More

Financial Aid: The truth about funding an education

Financial aid is the make or break of some student’s college decisions as they go through the college application process. With the  different family… Read More

Possible name change: Major milepost on ‘Cabrini 2020 Roadmap to Growth’

President Taylor held a town hall meeting on Friday, Sept. 18 to discuss the possible idea of changing Cabrini’s name from college to university.… Read More

Students spend their summer on campus

  As students say goodbye to a sweet summer and get back to school, there are some people on campus who never went home. Whether… Read More

Click it or Ticket: Saving lives one click at a time

David Martin was just driving home from a long day at work. The traffic on the interstate was blocked up miles ahead and the… Read More

Mother Ursula award: A well-known name and honorable award

Sister Ursula Infante is a common name known around campus. Many people also know her as the first president and founder of Cabrini.  She… Read More

Please Subscribe: How millennials make their mark on the web

The World Wide Web is known as a place to locate information needed to complete course or job work, keeping in touch with friends… Read More

Students prepare for graphic design exhibition

Graphic design seniors have been working hard to prepare for the exhibition later this month. With the preparation it takes to have pieces framed,… Read More

New gender and body studies major proposed

Dr. Michelle Filling-Brown, chair of the English department, has set a proposal for a new major for students interested in body image and learning… Read More

Hispanics transforming American Catholic church, speaker says

This is a journey of the transformation of Catholicism and without faith you cannot have culture, a Boston College professor of Hispanic ministry said… Read More

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… Read More

Faculty forum informs staff about rites of passage

Rites of passage is a socialization program to empower girls by giving them a set of experiences, a presenter said Wednesday. “Once a week… Read More

To date or not to date in college?

College is a once-in-a lifetime experience. During this time meeting friends and making memories that last forever is always such a blissful thing. But… Read More

Being ‘Mindful’ to the students in the cafeteria

 LOQation’s coverage on the new Mindful station in Cav’s Corner Cabrini dining is making major steps into improving the quality and quantity of the… Read More

Grant allows students to have access to new languages from CDs

Students received an email over the long winter break about the newest addition to the Holy Spirit library. The department of romance languages was… Read More

Carnegie Foundation gives award to college for community engagement

The Carnegie Foundation award is a nationally recognized honor.  It goes to colleges and universities that demonstrate exceptional leadership in community service. Students and faculty are… Read More

Thompson sister’s leaving their mark on Cabrini College

The friendships that are made while being on a team can last a lifetime. Sisterhood is a forever memory and for the Thompson sisters, they’ve done more than be just sisters. Brianna Thompson is a senior lacrosse and soccer player who graduated from Interboro High School.

David Howell: The man behind the athletic scene

Whether you are in the Dixon Center watching a game or working out, you can be sure to find staff around who work with the athletics department daily. Each staff member has a role to fulfill and one of those many roles is sports information director. David Howell is the sports information director for Cabrini athletics. Howell started in 2010 and is currently in his fourth year with the school.

Kerry Anne Farrell: More than just a field hockey player

Kerry Anne Farrell is a junior marketing major and midfielder for the field hockey team. Farrell is more than just an athlete, as a hard worker on and off the field. Farrell has played field hockey since she was a little girl. This season marks her 10th year playing.


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