Max Silverman

Articles by Max Silverman

The Loquitur wins 10 Pennsylvania Keystone media awards, most in school history

Cabrini’s student journalists have been known to produce award-winning stories, and this year is no different. On March 15, The Loquitur racked up 10… Read More

Cabrini President Donald Taylor resigns to head up Detroit Mercy

Cabrini University President Donald Taylor announced Tuesday morning that he is resigning to take a job as president at University of Detroit Mercy. His… Read More

One year after the death of Walter Wallace, Philadelphia comes together to honor his life

27-year old Walter Wallace Jr. had been battling multiple mental health issues, including Bipolar disorder, for years. On Oct. 26 2020, this internal struggle… Read More

Cabrini publishes crime report for 2020

Despite an expected drop in overall crime on Cabrini’s campus in 2020, the university’s annual security report shows a bump in drug referrals, up… Read More

Will Cabrini close its campus again?

This time of uncertainty has caused college students across the world to make a difficult decision. Do they slog through another year of online… Read More

Can the Eagles recapture the magic of their 2017 season?

Going into the 2020 season, the Philadelphia Eagles had high expectations. Many people believed that they were a playoff-caliber team and some had them… Read More

President Biden’s plans to revitalize US infrastructure

While partisan politics have turned most political discussions into a stalemate, both sides have proposed policies to try and fix the US’s crumbling infrastructure.… Read More

Millions of Americans might be able to vote thanks to the H.R.1 Voting bill

The citizens’ right to vote in elections is a fundamental part of any democracy. However, in the United States, millions of its citizens are… Read More

Facebook vs the Australian government: the latest chapter in the legacy of social media

Because of few legal restraints, social media companies have essentially run free for over a decade and a half. However, the Australian government is… Read More

How I started the rock climbing club on campus

Starting a club on campus can seem like a daunting task. I was in a similar boat my freshman year (last year) when I… Read More

The Loquitur wins 10 Pennsylvania Keystone media awards, most in school history

Cabrini’s student journalists have been known to produce award-winning stories, and this year is no different. On March 15, The Loquitur racked up 10… Read More

Cabrini President Donald Taylor resigns to head up Detroit Mercy

Cabrini University President Donald Taylor announced Tuesday morning that he is resigning to take a job as president at University of Detroit Mercy. His… Read More

One year after the death of Walter Wallace, Philadelphia comes together to honor his life

27-year old Walter Wallace Jr. had been battling multiple mental health issues, including Bipolar disorder, for years. On Oct. 26 2020, this internal struggle… Read More

Cabrini publishes crime report for 2020

Despite an expected drop in overall crime on Cabrini’s campus in 2020, the university’s annual security report shows a bump in drug referrals, up… Read More

Will Cabrini close its campus again?

This time of uncertainty has caused college students across the world to make a difficult decision. Do they slog through another year of online… Read More

Can the Eagles recapture the magic of their 2017 season?

Going into the 2020 season, the Philadelphia Eagles had high expectations. Many people believed that they were a playoff-caliber team and some had them… Read More

President Biden’s plans to revitalize US infrastructure

While partisan politics have turned most political discussions into a stalemate, both sides have proposed policies to try and fix the US’s crumbling infrastructure.… Read More

Millions of Americans might be able to vote thanks to the H.R.1 Voting bill

The citizens’ right to vote in elections is a fundamental part of any democracy. However, in the United States, millions of its citizens are… Read More

Facebook vs the Australian government: the latest chapter in the legacy of social media

Because of few legal restraints, social media companies have essentially run free for over a decade and a half. However, the Australian government is… Read More

How I started the rock climbing club on campus

Starting a club on campus can seem like a daunting task. I was in a similar boat my freshman year (last year) when I… Read More
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