Lauren Hight

Lauren Hight graduated Summa Cum Laude from Cabrini in 2015 with a major in communication, minor in graphic design and certification in leadership. She was the Multimedia Editor of The Loquitur for the 2014-2015 academic year and prides herself on the versatile skills she took took away from her experience at Cabrini.

Articles by Lauren Hight

NAACP President Speaks to Campus

NAACP President, Cornell Brooks, was the 2015 Nerney Leadership Institute Executive in Residence. He spoke of his experience with diversity to the campus in… Read More

Relay for Life fights cancer through the night

The annual Relay for Life event was held in the Dixon Center from Saturday, April 18 at 7 p.m to Sunday, April 19 at… Read More

Intramural sports keep students active

In addition to the division 3 athletics that Cabrini offers, students have the opportunity to participate in intramural sports as well. We sat down… Read More

EPIC week travels to new heights

EPIC is one of the campus’ largest weeks stacked with student-run activities. From the talent show to a trip to Six Flags, CAP Board… Read More

The Golf team looks forward to a new season

Cabrini’s golf team may be small but they are packed with power, placing 3rd in their CSAC preview match. The young players spoke with… Read More

Accepted Student Day

Accepted Student Day hosted over 400 potential Cavaliers and these students got to know Cabrini’s campus in this event filled day. From the excitement… Read More

Lucky Stiff is a Sell Out!

The theater program at Cabrini performed Lucky Stiff, a musical murder story, as their spring show and has virtually sold out every performance! We… Read More

President Taylor’s Desire to Increase Latino Enrollment

While Cabrini is a diverse community, President Taylor has set a goal to increase the Latino student population to 25% by year 2020. We… Read More

Professors From Abroad Bring Their Flair to Campus

Cabrini is a diverse community that doesn’t end with it’s students! Numerous professors are native to foreign countries and we got the chance to… Read More

Campus Housing Process Explained

With several questions arising about the process of on-campus housing, LOQation got an exclusive tutorial of how the new MyHousing Portal works for students… Read More

Students to advocate for global poor in Washington D.C.

Two Engagement for the Common Good (ECG) 300 classes have been preparing to represent Cabrini and the school’s principles of social justice in the nation’s capital. On Friday, May 2, 30 students lobbied before eight congressional foreign affairs aides.

The struggle of a same-sex couple

A Cabrini alumna battles all obstacles in order to share the right of marriage with the person she loves.

The bracelets that give back–Alex and Ani

Alex and Ani bracelets have been making fashion statements around the country, but how many of their wearers know the meaning behind these bangles.

Is creativity a dying breed?

As college students, listing your transferable skills is a major point of sprucing up your resume. But the question is, what do you list? According to The Guardian, researchers have created studies to examine what skills students consider to be important and only 15 percent of 15-16 year olds consider creativity to be valuable.

CAP Board welcomes new faces

Although the fall semester will not start for nearly another five months, Cabrini’s Campus Activities and Programming (CAP) Board is already preparing for the upcoming school year.

Got Coffee? – The Coffee Station

Did you ever think you could eat inside of a vault? The Coffee Station makes that possible while offering new breakfast options to the traditional crowd.

Snowed in… AGAIN!

With the winter we have been having, it is a wonder that we have had classes at all semester. Meteorologists keep making calls for… Read More

Students go to Swaziland, form bonds with Swazi youth

Five Cabrini students and two staff members traveled the distance to make a difference in some young adult's lives. The lasting impact it created is one that will never be forgotten.

A post-holiday event that keeps on giving

Just because Christmas has come to a close does not mean the gift giving season is over just yet. Have you ever thought of creating a party surrounding those unwanted gifts?

Year of Service: where faith and service coincide

Cabrini College offers an opportunity for graduates to extend their hand and open their hearts to the world of service and faith.