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Victoria Emmitt

Hello! I am a senior Digital Communications and Social Media Major, and I was a third-year transfer student here at Cabrini University. In my first year at Cabrini, I worked as a reporter for The Loquitur before stepping into my role as Editor-In-Chief. A fun fact about me is that I use to work for the Walt Disney Company as a photographer. I am looking forward to working alongside my team of editors and reporters this year to produce meaningful content in the form of written articles as well as through various forms of multimedia. A passion of mine is human rights and social justice issues and I love to report on topics such as these to educate and spread awareness to my audience. Outside of The Loquitur I hope to pursue a career in social media and have had the opportunity to intern with a digital advertising agency this past summer as a social media intern. I am looking forward to my future after graduation, but I am so happy to be leading such an amazing team of editors and reporters until then.

Articles by Victoria Emmitt

Introducing House 67 Productions

This semester marks the first year for the Cabrini communication department’s newest student-led agency, House 67 Productions. Advised by John Doyle, assistant professor of… Read More
Two people in masks waiting in line to vote at the polls.

Much at stake during midterm elections

After recent attacks on healthcare, LQBTQIA+ rights, and threats to the education system, it is more important than ever to show up at the… Read More
Cabrini University entrance sign with flower bed and trees

Monumental changes at Cabrini

Update, Nov. 2: In a meeting with faculty, Drinan said she misspoke, and the number of department chairs has not yet been decided. That… Read More
group of students and faculty standing on the steps outside founders hall.

The Loquitur wins 2022 Pinnacle Award

On Oct. 27, Cabrini’s student-run, award-winning paper, the Loquitur, won a third-place finish for Best Campus Engagement and an honorable mention for Diversity Coverage… Read More

Over 1,650 books banned in 2022

This year marked the 40th anniversary of Banned Books Week, Sept. 12-24. Banned Books Week celebrates free and open access to information. The theme… Read More

New year, new opportunity for commuter student engagement

September kicks off the first normal school year for Cabrini University since the COVID-19 pandemic began. With schedules full of online classes now a… Read More
People protest with powerful signs outside in the Czech Republic.

Voices of Ukraine: Volunteers, working to save refugees from war, talk of the need for prayers and to “close the sky”

Loquitur Media Note: This is the second of a series of stories on Voices of Ukraine, a project to connect Cabrini’s Loquitur Media reporters… Read More

Cabrini finds resilience during pandemic

After the pandemic shaped our first two years at Cabrini, the 2021-22 school year brought with it a new sense of normalcy,  purpose and… Read More

Do Cabrini students care about politics?

With a societal push for social justice reform and political issues becoming less about politics and more about human rights issues, encouraging active political… Read More

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Introducing House 67 Productions

This semester marks the first year for the Cabrini communication department’s newest student-led agency, House 67 Productions. Advised by John Doyle, assistant professor of… Read More
Two people in masks waiting in line to vote at the polls.

Much at stake during midterm elections

After recent attacks on healthcare, LQBTQIA+ rights, and threats to the education system, it is more important than ever to show up at the… Read More
Cabrini University entrance sign with flower bed and trees

Monumental changes at Cabrini

Update, Nov. 2: In a meeting with faculty, Drinan said she misspoke, and the number of department chairs has not yet been decided. That… Read More
group of students and faculty standing on the steps outside founders hall.

The Loquitur wins 2022 Pinnacle Award

On Oct. 27, Cabrini’s student-run, award-winning paper, the Loquitur, won a third-place finish for Best Campus Engagement and an honorable mention for Diversity Coverage… Read More

Over 1,650 books banned in 2022

This year marked the 40th anniversary of Banned Books Week, Sept. 12-24. Banned Books Week celebrates free and open access to information. The theme… Read More

New year, new opportunity for commuter student engagement

September kicks off the first normal school year for Cabrini University since the COVID-19 pandemic began. With schedules full of online classes now a… Read More
People protest with powerful signs outside in the Czech Republic.

Voices of Ukraine: Volunteers, working to save refugees from war, talk of the need for prayers and to “close the sky”

Loquitur Media Note: This is the second of a series of stories on Voices of Ukraine, a project to connect Cabrini’s Loquitur Media reporters… Read More

Cabrini finds resilience during pandemic

After the pandemic shaped our first two years at Cabrini, the 2021-22 school year brought with it a new sense of normalcy,  purpose and… Read More

Do Cabrini students care about politics?

With a societal push for social justice reform and political issues becoming less about politics and more about human rights issues, encouraging active political… Read More

Top 5 Intersectional Feminists to follow on Instagram