Eric Gibble

Articles by Eric Gibble

Immigration debate ignores possible benefits

We've heard it all before; illegal immigrants are the scum of the earth, undermining our society as they suck the soul out of our country. They're accused of hoarding our resources and relying on our tax dollars to support them, living in luxury as the legal citizens of America work overtime to support their lives.

Poetry reading highlights feminist Renaissance writer

The Renaissance period yielded famous artists and writers like Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Shakespeare. These names have been engrained in our textbooks and have taken a prominent role in our art and education. A lesser known, yet also talented, poet from the Italian Renaissance became the center of attention at Cabrini this past week.

Philly provides live art during the month of September

On Aug. 1, 1944, Anne Frank wrote her last diary entry and later became an international icon. On Wednesday, Sept. 16, Theatre Inbetween presented a stunning theatrical production of "Teenager: Anne Frank" atop the Parkway House apartment's rooftop in Center City Philadelphia as part of the 2009 Philadelphia Live Arts and Fringe Festival.

CAP Board starts off school year with open mic night

Students in a post-MTV Video Music Awards slump could find their fix at Cabrini College during the kick-off of the first open mic night this year. Lip-synching was strictly prohibited on Monday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. on the back lawn behind the mansion. While all kinds of talent are welcome to perform, all of those that turned out were musicians.

Special edition: Career Services dedicated to helping students find success

Choosing a major is just one of the dilemmas incoming freshmen face before move-in day. To help those that enter college ass undeclared majors in their career paths, the Office of Cooperative Education and Career Services offers a variety of programs.

State budget battle begins: students protest massive cuts in Harrisburg

Hundreds of students gathered on the steps of Pennsylvania’s Capitol alongside professors, union leaders and legislators to protest the drastic cuts to public higher education.

State legislators call for more education funding in Pa. budget

Visiting the campus on Friday, March 11, lawmakers expressed their distress over the challenges public higher education faces. State Senator Daylin Leach (D., Montgomery) stated making these cuts would essentially mean abandoning education in the state.

Lack of understanding for DREAM act

Just as the DREAM Activists are undocumented, unafraid and unapologetic, the Loquitur is unapologetic and unafraid to support DREAM Activists.

Group sees power of social justice firsthand

Azurdia was just one witness to an ethnic genocide that killed over 200,000 over the 36-year civil war in Guatemala that halted economic growth. His story and others from San Lucas Mission was shared to a group of 10 students, faculty and alumni that immersed themselves in the society of the over spring break.

Immigrant leaders gather in Philly

Pulled over by the police along Fifth and Girard Avenue, a Philadelphia resident was inevitably asked to show her drivers license and registration. The officer also asked for a green card as a third form of identification. Confused, the woman presented the officer with her MasterCard, the only green card she carried.

Arizona shootings raise questions on gun control and hostility between right and left

The recent slaughter in Tucson, Az. created a firestorm of controversy. Unfortunately, the far-left has attacked Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Sean Hannity as those responsible for the killer’s motives.

Voting system reform needed to represent young adults

The current voting process is frustrating and discouraging for students and must be reformed in order to adequately represent our generation. If the process were more accessible, the voter turnout among students would be higher.

Balance of power shifts in House

Democrats lost control of the House of Representatives to the Republicans while still holding on to the Senate. Republicans also had a strong showing in the Governors races across the nation.

Pa. citizens weigh in on extraction tax

Local community members, students and faculty converged on the campus of Cabrini to discuss the economic ramifications for Pennsylvania if it does not enact a natural gas severance tax. The issue has become a key topic recently due to relatively new technological advances that has allowed us to extract natural gas in the Marcellus Shale sedimentary rock formation.


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