Coraline Pettine

Writing Managing Editor for Loquitur Media.

Articles by Coraline Pettine

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

Cabrini embraces all religions: How a Muslim student overcomes adversity

Muslim women at Cabrini University participate in the religion they are passionate about, regardless of attending a Catholic school. Cabrini University is a Roman… Read More

Support essential to transgender Cabrini University student

Brandes Yenchick always knew he was not like other girls. When his sister was playing with dolls, he was racing with the boys. “I… Read More

Athletes expected to have higher grades with sports eligibility changes

With 18 varsity teams and many recreational, intramural and club sports that participate in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III, the Eastern College Athletic Conference and the… Read More

Working while in school: How students combat rising cost of tuition

College students are typically spending more time working than they used to. As hours worked rises, the time spent studying outside of class declines.… Read More

Trump’s election victory sparks protests and riots

With only 58 percent of citizens eligible to vote in this election, and less than half actually selecting Donal Trump, many are disappointed and upset by… Read More

The Last Girl

Every Halloween, I make a short horror film. Last year, in light of Wes Craven’s death, I decided to put a new spin on… Read More

I am an artist

My name is Coraline Pettine and I am an artist. Let me clarify because I can barely draw a stick figure: my medium is… Read More

Radnor community members donate 35 units of blood

Every two seconds someone in the United States is in need of a blood transfusion. Cabrini members gathered in the Grace Hall Atrium for… Read More

Blood drive to be held on Halloween

Cabrini University in affiliation with the American Red Cross will be hosting a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Grace Hall… Read More

Dorms: generic, cookie-cutter rooms or canvases for self representation?

Growing up, my parents designed our home. They were in charge of buying the lamps and selecting the new rugs— all the stuff your… Read More
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