Cabrini Solidarity Walk

With the closure of Cabrini University coming in May 2024, alumni and students want to use events on campus to show their support for… Read More

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

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

West vs. South residence halls: Is newer really better?

Some people believe that new is always better. Cabrini recently opened a brand new building for on-campus living. If you haven’t been in the… Read More

Main Line mourns loss of local legend Kobe Bryant

  The news of Kobe Bryant’s death has sent shock around the entire sports world. But for many in suburban Philadelphia, this is a… Read More

Posters for sale in Cru5h

Tons of posters were for sale in Cru5h on Monday and Tuesday.  The posters depicted athletes, well-known paintings, pop culture legends and different musical… Read More

Clubs to get involved in on campus

Students find new ways to be active on campus at the Involvement Fair

Cabrini University offers many opportunities for students to be involved on campus through different clubs and groups.  The campus held a two-hour event, known… Read More

Hunger affects academic performance in school

According to the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion’s Division of Population Health, skipping breakfast is associated with decreased cognitive performance… Read More

Plans for South Residence to get peepholes and new shades

South Residence Hall, Cabrini’s newest dorm building, currently has no peepholes in all of their residents’ doors. This is the first semester that South… Read More

Living with spina bifida, an invisible disorder

Cabrini freshman Thomas Ryan looks like an average freshman. But his story, even before he was born, was one for the record books. He… Read More

Field hockey player Kelly Sweeney: injured but not giving up

The Cabrini women’s field hockey team had a rough season this year. Sophomore Kelly Sweeney has had an injury since her junior year of… Read More
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