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

Disney reanimates movie character following colorism accusations

Fans were excited to hear that Princess Tiana, Disney’s first African-American princess, would be making a cameo appearance in the “Wreck It Ralph” sequel… Read More

Is digital therapy as effective as traditional counseling?

As our generation paves its way into the digital age, more and more of our everyday routines involve our smart phones in some capacity.… Read More

Cabrini students engage in Anti-Human Trafficking film, discussion & donation

The practice of illegally transporting people, typically for the purpose of forced labor or sexual exploitation, is the definition of human trafficking. This issue… Read More

Música, the universal language: how song helped me learn Spanish

I’ve always had a musician’s brain. Eight years of lessons, marching bands, jazz bands and concert bands. My mind naturally thinks in rhythms and… Read More

Anti-Columbus day protesters vandalize museum in South Philadelphia

On Monday morning at approximately 4:35 a.m., an unidentified protester spray painted Anti-Columbus day messages on the sidewalks of the History of Italian Immigration museum. … Read More

Bill Cosby returns to Pennsylvania for sentencing, sent to prison

Bill Cosby, former actor and comedian, arrived for his sentence hearing on Sept. 25. The hearing took place at the Montgomery County Court of… Read More

Counterfeit money surge concerns Philadelphia business owners

Vincent Emmanuel, owner of a South Philadelphia 7-11, claims to have noticed the rise in recent counterfeit activity. His store reportedly has a system… Read More

Opening my eyes: my battle with body dysmorphic disorder

I was in the 7th grade when I started noticing the changes. I woke up every morning and hated what I saw in the… Read More


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