Coraline Pettine

Writing Managing Editor for Loquitur Media.

Articles by Coraline Pettine

Changes in teen movies reflect changes in teen culture

Movies are adjusting with the times to address issues important and relevant to the culture. The teen film genre makes up an important part… Read More

Emma Watson’s (anti?)feminist Vanity Fair shoot

Harry Potter star, Brown University graduate and United Nations Women Goodwill Ambassador, Emma Watson, has received media attention recently, surrounding the release of Beauty and… Read More

The symbolic power of a bulletproof black man in a hoodie: social commentary in ‘Luke Cage’

Marvel‘s Netflix original series, “Luke Cage,” is renowned across the nation and on Cabrini’s campus for the way it deals with race through social commentary that no… Read More

Stop trying to be Harley and be Jessica: dating violence idolized as ‘relationship goals’

One in three women and one in four men have been physically abused by their significant other, according to a report by the National… Read More

Sodexo accommodates students with dietary needs

Cabrini University ensures students with dietary restrictions have multiple food options to meet their needs. Tracy Eells, Cabrini’s dining services general manager, explained that Sodexo makes it a… Read More

Cabrini writers express themselves at the State Street Reading Series

Lily Weber and Jaylen Pearson co-represented Cabrini University at the State Street Reading Series college night on Jan. 19. The event was hosted by… Read More

Cabrini community reacts, reflects and recollects at fine arts exhibit

Students and community members admired the artwork of David Campbell Wilson at the opening reception for his newest exhibit Thursday, Feb. 2. The event was organized by… Read More

Trump’s first executive actions are questionable

  George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty-Four,” Alders Huxley‘s “Brave New World,” Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451.” What do these novels have in common? The answer is not that… Read More

University policy to try out courses faces communication setbacks

This semester, Cabrini University provided students with the opportunity to try classes before officially registering. The tryout policy allowed students to attend classes until the registration… Read More

Does the arc of the moral universe truly bend towards justice?

On Jan. 20, President-Elect Donald Trump will be sworn into office. The week leading up to this event, be challenged not to think of the… Read More

Male pleasure prioritized over female discomfort, pain

Editor’s Note: The name of the subject in this article has been modified to protect her identity. When Chastity’s long-term boyfriend started kissing her one evening,… Read More

Powerful protestors at the March for Our Lives

On Saturday, March 24, 38 days after the Parkland shooting, individuals from across the country gathered in their local cities to advocate for ending… Read More

Young runaways, immigrants more likely to become trafficking victims

According to the Congressional Research Service, there are more than 1 million homeless youth living without supervision on the streets, in abandoned homes and buildings,… Read More

College Survival Guide: Credit cards

Spiders. Clowns. Heights. Darkness. Death. These are some of the most commonly considered fears. Death especially can be a frightening thought. The fear of… Read More

Men victims of dating violence too

Women have been coming forward and speaking out about their experiences with dating violence, domestic violence and sexual assault, harassment and abuse, in large… Read More

Rejected men lash out because of threatened masculinity, entitlement

Editor’s Note: The Loquitur recognizes that both men and women can be victims of sexual assault, harassment and abuse, but the heterosexual male model… Read More

Cultural embrace or appropriation: Hadid models hijab in Vogue Arabia

Gigi Hadid‘s cover shoot for the first print edition of Vogue Arabia has sparked controversy among fashion fans who consider the images disrespectful cultural… Read More

Cabrini writer takes risk at State Street Reading Series

“I could always count on the girl with carvings down her forearms to keep me up at night. She wore black slippers with red… Read More

Trump’s first year: environment, immigration, energy changes

Let’s address the orange elephant in the country. Trump’s presidency— assuming he does not step down or get impeached early— is just over 25… Read More

Mothers with more education have healthier babies, study finds

When Danielle King was told her blood pressure was high, she was confused but not incredibly alarmed. She had been preparing to be a… Read More
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