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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

Cabrini orientation leaders; giving the freshman and transfers a warm welcome

Ah, orientation, new beginning, good vibrations. For those who are new to the campus or simply do not know what the orientation program is,… Read More

Students share stories of on campus vs. off campus housing

One of the biggest decisions that any college student has to make is whether they want to live on campus or off campus. Discussions… Read More

Top 5 things to do near Cabrini if you need a break from classes

Do you need to get off campus to escape the academic week? There are plenty of fun things to do whether you are staying… Read More

PHOTOS: Cabrini Dance Team shines during 76ers halftime show

Photos by Anna Schmader / The Loquitur [photoblocks id=4] Story by Pryce Jamison The arena darkened, and the 76ers cleared the court. When screeching… Read More

Award shows are still suppressing Black artists and actors

The name Hattie McDaniel is a name not many people are familiar with. She was an African American actress born on June 10, 1893… Read More

How rap culture has helped the black communities express themselves

When Public Enemy released “Fight the Power” in the ‘80s, it shook the world.  “At the time of the song’s release, it was during… Read More

How ‘outdated’ schools need to change to keep pace with the workplace

The public education system has been in place for centuries with little to no change to its format, testing requirements or curriculum. Meanwhile, the… Read More

Benefits of going to a religious college are plentiful

The decision of which school to attend is one of the most important and difficult decisions in a young person’s life. So many factors… Read More

From what they wear to what they eat, more people embrace veganism

Rewind 2,000 years, and that was when the vegan diet came about. It was not identified as veganism at the time, but it pertained… Read More

Students remain engaged in campus life during COVID-19

Even in challenging times, students are finding ways to connect with each other through new types of campus programming and outreach. Student involvement has… Read More

Furry friends keep their owner’s spirits up during the pandemic.

Owning a pet can be a great opportunity that increases people’s well-being, mental health and even physical activity. “There have been studies that suggest… Read More

6 quick and easy Superbowl recipes

Slavery is still happening and it needs to stop!

Modern slavery, or human trafficking, is described with three elements: The Act, The Means and The Purpose. This month, for National Slavery Human Trafficking… Read More

Winter on Broad – A light show in Philadelphia

Presented by Dietz and Watson, a holiday light show took place in Broad Street in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center. This event opened… Read More

Battle of the streaming service: Which one do you prefer?

There is a showdown with the streaming services and many are wondering who will come on top. In 1997 Netflix got started as a… Read More

Adjunct professors try to adapt to COVID-19

Adjunct professors suffer a wide range of consequences as a result of COVID-19.  Higher education is one of the areas that has been greatly… Read More

Juneteenth: Celebrating 155 years of freedom and struggle

On June 19, 1865, those who were enslaved in the state of Texas received the news that they were finally free. Unfortunately, this news… Read More

COVID-19 won’t stop this 78-year-old man

Being away from home at college doesn’t prepare you for the risk and precautions that must be taken due to COVID-19. With a once… Read More

What it’s like to be furloughed during COVID-19

In February 2020 the unemployment rate was 3.5 percent nationwide. That rate then rose to 4.4 percent in March. Now that we are in… Read More
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