Cure Firearm Violence

Click to visit the project website. Firearm violence isn’t a new problem in the United States, but according to a May 2022 report from… Read More

Cabrini University Peace Arch building event

On April 25, Cabrini’s Wolfington Center, Center on Immigration, and Center for Global Learning gathered students and staff to create handmade paper flowers for… Read More

Students and faculty speak up about free speech on campus

In the wake of former professor Kareem Tannous’ lawsuit against Cabrini, Loquitur reporter Jedidah Antwi asked students what they thought about limits to free… Read More

76ers plan to build a new stadium in Chinatown

A business owner and an activist weigh in on the impact that the proposed 76ers arena that is set to be built a block… Read More

Cabrini’s Coordinated Community Response Team hosts the Clothesline Project

The month of April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. To focus attention on this issue, Cabrini’s Coordinated Community Response Team hosted the… Read More

Cabrini Catholic Relief Services Annual Food Fast

Cabrini’s annual Food Fast, sponsored by the Catholic Relief Services, Dr. Jerry Zurek, and Dr. Raymond Ward filled all levels of the Mansion’s foyer… Read More

Alumni return for Cabrini Cabaret

The Cabrini Theater held an Alumni Cabaret on Thursday, March 16 in Grace Hall from 8-11 p.m. A total of seven alumni performed. These… Read More

Cabrini Black Student Union’s “Drip or Drown” fashion show

On Thursday, Feb. 23, Cabrini University’s Black Student Union hosted a fashion show in Grace Hall titled “Drip or Drown,” with an attendance of… Read More

CAP Board host Black artist showcase

On Friday, Feb. 17 Cabrini Campus Activities and Programming Board hosted a Black Artist Showcase in Grace Hall. In honor of Black History Month,… Read More
Image of several people standing hand in had around a peace pole.

Interfaith Prayer Service for Peace

On Wednesday, Feb 15, the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging held an interfaith service for peace led by Dr. Angela Campbell, Lailah… Read More


Welcome to a web of stories about surviving war, public reactions to war, and the effects of war told through personal accounts. This convergence project features media created by students of the Communication Department at Cabrini College.


This video takes a look at the stress placed on the everyday college student and the struggles that go along with it.

College editors interview Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean

College editors interview Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean

Advocates bring their issues to the Democratic candidates

Producer: Megan Pellegrino; asst. producer: Jillian Smith; media: Kaitlin Barr and Grayce Turnbach

Public’s views of Democratic candidates at debate

Public's views of Democratic candidates at debate 2008 in Philadelphia. Producer: Megan Pellegrino, video by Liz Lavin

Drunk Driving: The Consequences

The article visually represents the harsh effects that go along with drunk driving. It shows that choosing to drink and drive does not only effect the day of the accident, but the consequences will haunt one for a lifetime.

Cavalier Tip Off

Cavalier Tip-off marks the kick off of the Cabrini basketball season. With music blaring and fans cheering, the anticipation of the men's and women's basketball season grew. Students were encouraged to show their school spirit.

The Truth Behind Friday Classes

At Cabrini College, the number of Friday classes offered is significantly lower than those offered Monday through Thursday. Is there a major reason for this. Faculty and students speak out.

Ace Pitcher Iadarola throws strike in front of 1,100 Cabrini fans at Phillies game

In front of 1,100 cheering students, faculty and staff, ace hurler Toni Iadarola provided some of the best pitching of the night as she blazed a fast ball in to catcher Phillie Phanatic. The pitch proved too hot for the Phanatic to handle.

Anti-war protesters rally in D.C.

Thousands of people gathered in Washington, D.C., for an antiwar rally early on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 15, some prepared for acts of civil disobedience. They joined to march in protest against the war in Iraq, a war many of them feel to be illegal and immoral.