Isaiah Dickson

Hi, I’m Isaiah Dickson. I’m from Brookhaven, Pennsylvania and I’m part of the class of 2024. I’m a Digital Communications and Social Media major and on the Loquitur I serve as the perspectives editor where I’ve previously been a reporter and an assistant perspectives editor. I’ve always enjoyed writing since elementary school. It’s a hobby that I’d love to do as a fulltime job. After college I hope to have a career in screenwriting. I’ve always had an interest in the worlds of television and film. Those are areas that I’m passionate about and I use those interests to help drive my news writing and reporting. Some of the topics I like writing about the most are the stories that are more personal or the stories that shed light on an issue in society. Outside of writing on the Loquitur I enjoy playing basketball, lifting weights, and music.

Articles by Isaiah Dickson

Will ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ be worth the wait?

After 13 long years of waiting, the time has finally come: James Cameron’s “Avatar: The Way of Water” hits theaters on Dec. 16. This… Read More

Black studies merged with new core curriculum

In spring 2021, Cabrini announced certain programs and staff would be cut. An email was sent to the community detailing the cuts to religious… Read More

Students and faculty react to new three-year plan

On Friday, Oct. 28, Cabrini University Interim President Helen Drinan sent an email to all Cabrini students and faculty detailing the school’s three-year plan… Read More
Social Media Apps

Taking a break from these damaging social media platforms

In Dec. 2021, I did the unthinkable. I took a monthlong break from Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok. I deleted them from my phone, and… Read More
Pat Brown, Phil Waibel, and Ash Angus

Addiction recovery service believes new grant will build momentum

Cabrini University’s addiction recovery service has received a grant from the Blue Cross Foundation’s Supporting Treatment and Overdose Prevention program.  The University’s addiction recovery… Read More
New Students at 2022 orientation

Cabrini returns to normal orientations for the 2022-23 year

For the past two years, new student orientation at Cabrini has been anything but normal. The pandemic and social distancing forced orientation coordinators and… Read More

How TV and film inspires me

Ever since I was a kid I loved television. Growing up I knew every theme song to my favorite childhood shows and I knew… Read More
Two women sit next to eachother.

Cabrini hosts discussion on the necessity of black history month

Every year the month of Feb. is filled with African-American pride and discussion for Black History Month. The month is a chance to highlight… Read More

Award shows are still suppressing Black artists and actors

The name Hattie McDaniel is a name not many people are familiar with. She was an African American actress born on June 10, 1893… Read More

Benefits of going to a religious college are plentiful

The decision of which school to attend is one of the most important and difficult decisions in a young person’s life. So many factors… Read More

Will ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ be worth the wait?

After 13 long years of waiting, the time has finally come: James Cameron’s “Avatar: The Way of Water” hits theaters on Dec. 16. This… Read More

Black studies merged with new core curriculum

In spring 2021, Cabrini announced certain programs and staff would be cut. An email was sent to the community detailing the cuts to religious… Read More

Students and faculty react to new three-year plan

On Friday, Oct. 28, Cabrini University Interim President Helen Drinan sent an email to all Cabrini students and faculty detailing the school’s three-year plan… Read More
Social Media Apps

Taking a break from these damaging social media platforms

In Dec. 2021, I did the unthinkable. I took a monthlong break from Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok. I deleted them from my phone, and… Read More
Pat Brown, Phil Waibel, and Ash Angus

Addiction recovery service believes new grant will build momentum

Cabrini University’s addiction recovery service has received a grant from the Blue Cross Foundation’s Supporting Treatment and Overdose Prevention program.  The University’s addiction recovery… Read More
New Students at 2022 orientation

Cabrini returns to normal orientations for the 2022-23 year

For the past two years, new student orientation at Cabrini has been anything but normal. The pandemic and social distancing forced orientation coordinators and… Read More

How TV and film inspires me

Ever since I was a kid I loved television. Growing up I knew every theme song to my favorite childhood shows and I knew… Read More
Two women sit next to eachother.

Cabrini hosts discussion on the necessity of black history month

Every year the month of Feb. is filled with African-American pride and discussion for Black History Month. The month is a chance to highlight… Read More

Award shows are still suppressing Black artists and actors

The name Hattie McDaniel is a name not many people are familiar with. She was an African American actress born on June 10, 1893… Read More

Benefits of going to a religious college are plentiful

The decision of which school to attend is one of the most important and difficult decisions in a young person’s life. So many factors… Read More