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

Articles by James Crowell

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

Apple, Foxconn and the iEconomy

There is a good chance that you have one in your pocket or on your desk, but have you ever considered where it comes from?

Rick Santorum Brief on Education

Rick Santorum, current republican presidential candidate and former united states senator from Pennsylvania, said that the political left uses colleges and universities for ‘indoctrination’… Read More

Tech Connection: Censorship of social media a slippery slope

As humanity marches headlong into the 21st century, our society is evolving in a way that is stretching the boundaries of what is considered free speech. Last week, Twitter stated in an official blog post that specific messages may be blocked upon request in countries where they were deemed to violate local laws.

News Briefs | Issue 15

  Republican candidates debate before primary Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts and Republican presidential candidate, went up against fellow front-runner  Newt Gingrich in… Read More

Editorial: Ban SOPA: call for a free internet

Last week, Wikipedia and other popular websites protested the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act by blacking out their logos or redacting content on their websites. Sites like these, and many more, are resisting what would amount to an unprecedented level of unchecked internet oversight by the government.

News Briefs | Issue 12

European sovereign debt crisis spreads Businesses accross the world could now be threatened by Europe’s worsening debt crisis.  All kinds of companies are now… Read More

News Briefs | Issue 11

Occupy Wall Street vows to reclaim park Early in the morning  on Nov. 15, Zuccotti park was cleared by police due to “health and… Read More

Announcement from the President and Chair of the Board of Trustees

Cabrini College announced on Thursday, Nov. 10 that there will be a 12.5% reduction in tuition and fees, effective fall 2012 through May 2015.

Letter to the Editor: Vulnerable Children: Children that hurt

Imagine that you are a young child being taken away from your home by no fault of your own. Imagine the rush of emotions you would feel at that moment and probably for the rest of your life.

CRS representative speaks about Middle East

Students received an inside look at the Israeli/Palestinian conflict Tuesday, Nov. 1. Vivian Manneh, not only an emergency preapredness and response manager for Catholic… Read More