Kate Muska

A sophomore communications major with a minor in English, Katie is very dedicated to her writing. Katie is an assistant editor to the Lifestyles section of the Loquitur and is looking to go into the field of publishing.

Articles by Kate Muska

Star light, star bright: Why don’t we see stars at night?

  When I was little, my parents ran a youth group at our church. Once a year, in the summertime, they would take the… Read More

The military deserves our utmost respect

The other day, I was scrolling through Facebook as I do on a pretty regular basis, watching videos and reading posts, when I came… Read More

Cabrini introduces new Master’s program in biological science

With growth and new programs coming to Cabrini, one of the many changes that will benefit students are the new masters programs that are… Read More

What does it mean to be not just a student, but a veteran too?

While most Cabrini students begin college right after high school, some join the military first and then come to college after their service is… Read More

How not to date: a lesson from our parents

Remember the good old days when a young gentleman would properly court a young lady? He would be kind to her and show some… Read More

Winter Break Starting Later Than Usual

Cabrini College is doing something different this year and that is starting winter break on Dec. 19, less than a week before Christmas. I feel this… Read More

We need to give a big “thank you” to our parents

We learn a lot in our lives. We learn math and science and history. We take dance classes, read books and train with coaches.… Read More

Music shaming creates unnecessary conflicts

A popular topic trending throughout the years that we do not commonly notice 100 percent of the time is called “music shaming.” Music shaming… Read More

Relationship quitters resorting back to ‘ghosting’ others

Have you ever been in a relationship and out of nowhere, the other person just stops talking to you? An old fad in relationships… Read More

Virginia Shooting

The media blew up with news of the Virginia shooting with a lot of negative comments.

Cabrini Day’s ‘Lead for Change’ event amplifies fight for social justice

The Dixon Center was full of students, professors and faculty on Cabrini Day, all there to present or learn—some even both. This year’s theme was homelessness. With over 60 posters and presentations, the room with teeming with excited students ready to share their insights on topics including poverty, domestic violence and all kinds of social injustices.

Villanova hosts Catholic Relief Services training day

Villanova University hosted the Catholic Relief Services training day on Oct. 25.

Students raise awareness about homelessness

As homelessness appears to be a growing problem, Cabrini College students help out.

A closer look at the ‘Yes Means Yes’ reveals flaws

A deeper look into California's new 'Yes Means Yes' law reveals it may not be as helpful as it sounds.

Maroon 5 takes on an edgier, racy image in new “Animals” video

Maroon 5’s newest album, “V,” was recently released, and with it, the radio hit “Animals.” However, the song has caught more attention for more than just its catchy tune and eccentric lyrics.

Behind the curtain at the Cabrini play

Although the title of Cabrini theatre’s fall play this year has Shakespeare’s name, “Shakespeare on the Green” is no typical “Romeo and Juliet.” This contemporary comedic performance of four 20-minute renditions of Shakespearian plays (“Taming of the Shrew,” “King Lear,” “The Winter’s Tale” and “Comedy of Errors”) will have you crying—but only because you’ll be laughing so much. Even the actors have trouble rehearsing because of the comedy.

Sodexo worker tries to balance career and school

Student Brian Rohanna works for Sodexo and goes to school at the same time.

What to watch this fall

It's that time of year again and everyone is getting ready for the start of the fall season on television. All the favorites are coming back.

Anti-rape nail polish could save lives

One in five female students is sexually assaulted before they graduate college. Ninety percent of sexual assaults happen on college campuses. Because of these… Read More

‘The Giver’: A classic turned into a film

In a world where no one knows of color, animals, weather, conflict, pain or even love, there is one who knows of all that was before Sameness: The Giver.


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