Sierra Dotson

Cabrini University 2021 // News Editor 2019-2020

Articles by Sierra Dotson

A Pothole full of water

Radnor’s pothole initiative

Radnor township announced the “Report a Pothole” initiative in March 2021.  This will hopefully allow residents to report potholes as quickly as possible.
Three Cabrini students in clats with Trash bags collecting trash from the open space on campus

Earth Day 2021: Cabrini Green Team cleans up campus

Cabrini’s Green Team partnered with the Wolfington Center for “Campus Cleanup Day.”  Students volunteered to pick up trash and tidy up campus. It was… Read More

COVID-19 UPDATE: President Taylor answers students’ questions

Editors note: Certain parts of this article have been updated for clarity on April 17, 2020.  President Donald Taylor sat down for a Loquitur-exclusive… Read More

Fourth Annual Women’s March celebrates intersectional feminism and female accomplishment

Year of the Woman On the morning of Jan. 18, an excited group of Cabrini students huddled in the snow, signs in hand, watching… Read More

Women’s History Month: HERstory in the making

History months serve two purposes. The first is to celebrate the accomplishments and victories pioneered by a demographic of people. The second purpose is… Read More

Cav’s Corner phasing out foam containers for eco-friendly alternatives

Students looking to eat on-the-go no longer have to feel guilty about creating non-biodegradable waste. With the first day of sales beginning during the… Read More

Alumni editors reflect on favorite Loquitur memories

Meet the Alumni Ronald Katkocin, class of 1980, is currently an adjunct business law professor at Cabrini University. During his sophomore year he became… Read More

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke invited to speak at Cabrini

Tarana Burke, the powerful advocate behind the #MeToo Movement, will receive the 2019 Ivy Young Willis and Martha Willis Dale Award on Thursday, Sept. 19, at Cabrini University.

iCavsStep founder reflects and shares her vision for the team’s future

Ottira Fontaine will be graduating from Cabrini in May of 2019. She is a psychology major with a triple minor in gender and body studies,… Read More

Proposed changes to Title IX exclude transgender students

Author’s Note: The name of the subject of this article has been modified to protect his identity.    Defining Gender   Starting your first… Read More

Muslim Student Association raises money for New Zealand shooting victims

The horrific shootings that occurred earlier this month at two New Zealand mosques have left many Cabrini students heartbroken and outraged. This tragedy has… Read More

The thoughts of a washed-up valedictorian

  From the day I started high school I knew I wanted to be first. Although graduation was four long years away, I knew… Read More

Baseball team to resume game with Eastern following tied score

    On Tuesday afternoon, the baseball team battled it out in a home game against Eastern University. After 10 innings, the score remained… Read More

Men’s basketball team reflects on 2018-19 season

How did the team do this season? The men’s basketball team concluded their season on Feb. 18, playing their last game against Wesley College… Read More

Student-directed capstone project spreads awareness about hate crimes and homophobia

Johnny Myers and Joe Berardi are two senior students. Berardi is a history and writing double major while Myers is a writing major with… Read More

Surviving R. Kelly: a startling must-see masterpiece

“There is a difference between R. Kelly and Robert; R. Kelly is this fun, laughing, loving guy. But Robert is the devil.”  These of… Read More

Campus remains open despite student petition with over 1k signatures

  On the evening of Wednesday Jan. 30, a group of several Cabrini students created a petition on to cancel classes on Thursday, Jan.… Read More

Why it’s okay to be your own Valentine

The relationship you have with yourself is the most important relationship you will ever have in your life. No matter how much of an… Read More

Gillette challenges toxic masculinity by encouraging men to be ‘the best a man can be’

Gillette has been a household name for generations and has always been “the best a man can get” when it comes to grooming products.… Read More

Home alone: What happens on campus during break?

When campus closes, most students are too wrapped up in the holiday festivities and lack of homework to think about those left behind after… Read More


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