James Crowell

Senior com major at Cabrini College. Technical Director for LOQation. On-Air personality on WYBF-FM. Past News editor for The Loquitur, 2011-12. Passion for videography, tech news & quantum mechanics. Follow me @JamesCrowellJr

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News Briefs for Issue 26

Issue 26 News Briefs

Honors program eases you into college life

Cabrini's honors program can ease you into leading a college lifestyle.

American Red Cross surpasses goal in blood drive

The American Red Cross held a blood drive in Grace Hall on Monday, March 21, that saw a small increase in attendance over the college’s fall blood drive on Friday, Oct. 29.

Lukewarm response to GSN from faculty, students

Catholic Relief Services held a Global Solidarity Network on water security that had mixed reviews from college faculty and students alike who took part in the two-week event.

Mardi Gras celebrated for semester midpoint

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) celebrated the midpoint of the spring semester on March 8 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Iadarola Center Lobby, allowing students and faculty to stop by and enjoy the Mardi Gras themed festivities throughout the day.

Meet Watson, our computer overlord

Artificial intelligence recently became less science fiction and more science fact as IBM’s Watson soundly beat Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter after a three-day tournament on the popular quiz show Jeopardy!

Preview of the co-op box office

The office of Cooperative Education and Career Services will be holding express workshops throughout this semester on select Monday evenings from 5 p.m. to 5:30 pm in Grace Hall, room 131, as part of their “Box Office” series of events.

Not just disciplinarians: RAs responsible for building community

Vital members of any college campus, the role of a resident assistant is very often misconstrue and overlooked as many students fail to grasp the actual intent and role of RAs. This fact is no different at Cabrini.

Students of military families honored to have national ties

Many military families struggle with having their family members leave to serve, but serving our country enables a community to come together.

Snow blindness is a real and often forgotten threat

Snow often creates scenes fit for a postcard during the winter months, but it has a hidden and relatively unknown danger.  When sunlight bounces… Read More

LOQation News – Feb 13 2013

This week, we hear from students and staff about student loans, get two perspectives on Women in combat roles, get the lowdown on Cavalier sports, the Grammys and even get a new Bless your Heart segment, focusing on Valentine's Day this week.

LOQation News – Feb. 6, 2013

We sit down with the SEaL office, take a trip around Wayne, and hear all about this year's Super Bowl.

LOQation News – Jan. 30, 2013

Watch LOQation each week for your local, national and international news, as well as the latest sports and entertainment news.

LOQation News – January 23rd 2013

Watch LOQation each week for your local, national and international news, as well as the latest sports and entertainment news.

Issue 22 | News Briefs

  Social media highlights Fla. teenager’s death Trayvon Martin, an unarmed 17-year-old, was fatally shot by George Zimmerman, 28, on Feb. 26 in Sanford,… Read More

News Briefs | Issue 20

Many mourn, remember those lost in Japan Grieving families across Japan gathered to mark the oneyear anniversary of the major disasters that ravished the… Read More

Guatemalan immersion trip educates, enriches


Tech Connection: The new iPad: worth the upgrade?

For the past three years, Apple Inc. has released a line of tablet computers that have become wildly popular with the general public since it’s April 2010 launch. This year was no different, as Apple announced the release of the third generation iPad with a release slated for Friday, March 16.

Central American immersion experience aims to open eyes, hearts

A group of eighteen people, consisting of students, alumni and faculty, will be traveling to San Lucas Tolimán, Guatemala during spring break, departing March 3 and arriving back March 11.

News Briefs | Issue 17

Queen of Pop passes away in L.A. Whitney Houston, successful pop superstar, died on Saturday, Feb. 11 in Beverly Hills, Calif. She was 48… Read More


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