Faith Pitsikoulis

Articles by Faith Pitsikoulis

School store adapts to COVID-19

Watch the video below to see how the school store has overcome social distancing measures and other COVID-19 challenges. Video by Tom Trucksess and… Read More

Students’ actions against systemic racism now need to be matched by university policy

A year filled with marches, initiatives and discussions, Cabrini has responded to national incidents of racism and broad inequalities.  However, the institution has yet… Read More

New VP of Mission, DEI and Student Engagement responds to calls for change

Dr. Angela Campbell will return to Cabrini as the Vice President of Mission, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and Student Engagement. The VP of… Read More

Major League Baseball moves All-Star Game after Georgia passes new voting law

Major League Baseball (MLB) announced on Friday that the 2021 All-Star Game will no longer be played in Atlanta after many civil rights organizations… Read More

Earth Day brings optimism in 2021

Coronavirus has given Pennsylvania an opportunity to rebuild itself and lead the nation in a more sustainable direction. So far, the pandemic has cost… Read More

College athletes are not essential workers; why do we think we are?

It is okay, I can say that.  I am one. Before I keep going, let me explain more about who I am. I come… Read More

‘Storytelling Brutality’ research study highlights Black History Month activities

The Lived Experiences of Black Men in the Face of Police Excess Use-of-Force and Abuse of Power The leadership and organization development department and… Read More

Happy holidays from The Loquitur

While it is important to stay safe and have fun for both your physical and mental health during this holiday season, it is also… Read More

D-Day: America needs an FDR moment; has Joe Biden’s life made him the man to deliver?

American democracy is experiencing its most dangerous moment since World War II. A worldwide pandemic that has hit the United States harder than any… Read More

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a campaign to raise awareness and fundraise for treatments against breast cancer each October. According to the National Breast… Read More

‘Free at last’: John Lewis, conscience of Congress, dead at 80

John Lewis, icon of the Civil Rights Movement who was badly beaten on “Bloody Sunday,” has died after a six-month battle with pancreatic cancer. … Read More

Supreme Court rules historic victory for LGBT employees

The U.S. Supreme Court decided that an employer who fires an individual for their sexual orientation or gender identity violates Title VII of the… Read More

Voting: The Achilles’ heel of American democracy

America is the greatest demonstration of democracy the world has ever seen.  At the same time, it has transformed into the greatest demonstration of… Read More

Celebrating Earth Day in 2020 takes on a different meaning

Ironically, COVID-19 has had a potentially positive impact on the environment. It has exposed a range of man-made issues. The coronavirus has confirmed various… Read More

Local governments: intimate, immediate, impactful

Political progress has become increasingly rare in America, allowing city and state governments to provide hope for the future. The federal government has garnered… Read More

Second person cured of H.I.V. reveals identity

The second person to be cured of H.I.V. has revealed his true identity with the intention of providing hope to those fighting the AIDS… Read More

Teen suicide present in many communities

“We received a text that was a cry for help and thankfully did not ignore it.”   Holly O’Connell and her husband read a text… Read More

Biden sweeps the South, bringing whole new meaning to Super Tuesday

Former Vice President Joe Biden won the most Democratic presidential primaries on Super Tuesday, reviving his struggling campaign with victories across the South. Biden’s… Read More

Posters for sale in Cru5h

Tons of posters were for sale in Cru5h on Monday and Tuesday.  The posters depicted athletes, well-known paintings, pop culture legends and different musical… Read More

Men’s basketball looking to improve down the stretch

The men’s basketball team is currently in the thick of their season and looking to get back on track and finish strong.  The Cavaliers… Read More


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