Jenay Smith

Articles by Jenay Smith

Game show celebrates Black History month, heritage

The Student Diversity Office sponsored a trivia game show on Feb. 7 that focused on questions about African American history in honor of Black History Month. Those who attended seemed to believe the trivia game was a smashing hit.

Wolfington Center celebrates 10th anniversary

This semester, the Wolfington Center turned 10 years old. This fairly new addition to Cabrini College has done many things since it’s implementation.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s message remembered

Surviving on education alone is not the key to success; you have to balance education with your faith, humility and the ability to rise to the occasion.

Sophomore leader juggles accounting, basketball

Fran Rafferty is about the team and helping the team reach the next step.

Weekend in sports

Eagles vs. Seahawks – Thursday, Dec. 1 at 8:20 p.m. Jason Babin played four seasons with the Seahawks but is ready to show how… Read More

Hinkelmon’s early goal guides Cavs to title

The women’s soccer team shattered Neumann University’s hopes of winning the CSAC championship when Kara Hinkelmon scored the game’s first and only goal as Cabrini won 1-0 on Saturday, Nov. 5.

Occupy Philly. Why not?

You might not agree with all the different reasons why they are protesting but everyone has a reason for protesting.

Women’s soccer defeats Gwynedd-Mercy 2-0, advances to semifinals

The Lady Cavs defeated Gwynedd-Mercy College by a score of 2-0 on Monday, Oct. 31, in a quarterfinal match-up at Edith Robb Dixon Field.

Runner relies on family, self-motivation

"He leads by example," O'Hora

Men and women’s swimming teams ready to compete

The members on the swim team this year are young but they are working hard to prove that a young team can still do well.

Spring Cleaning: Moving out the old In with my passion

This year my spring cleaning is finding a new mindset when it comes to setting up my resume. I’m a communications major and Environmental… Read More

A hot-button issue: proper handling of incidents on campus

Mace believes more students are coming forward because more students are outraged about racial incidents. They are now reporting these situations instead of transferring or hiding what happened to them.

Frisky Feather: Dirty Rotten Flower

Nothing says ‘I love you’ better than having a beautiful bouquet of roses delivered to you on Valentine’s Day. Couples across the globe celebrate… Read More

Exercise Science and the department of health and wellness: still thriving

There are a plethora of job opportunities available to exercise science majors, including corporate fitness or employee health promotion. “It’s very diverse but [students… Read More

Gumption of a Black girl

Langston Hughes  has always inspired me even when I don’t think about it. Everyone always has their grade school experience with black history. You read about… Read More

‘Find one way’ to engage with the poor: Jesuit priest discusses his experiences working towards the greater good

"You don’t have to do everything in order to do something."

Health Fanatic…

    Health Fanatic is The Loquitur’s new Health column. Health Fanatic will feature one product, a Fanatic challenge , health cookbook and or restaurant. If… Read More

From Swaziland to Cabrini: the journey

A different world is what America seems like to the students from Swaziland. Although they have heard many things about America from school, experiencing it firsthand is very different.

Somos Cabrini potluck: bridging the gap between two worlds

Smiles, laughs, dancing and good Spanish food is what Somos Cabrini’s potluck luncheon was full of. Somos Cabrini is a club on campus that… Read More

Healthy choices

I think Michelle Obama’s ‘Let’s Move’ campaign combating childhood obesity is definitely needed. As the years go on more and more youth in America… Read More


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