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Cabrini ends partnership with Penn Medicine, campus health services return

After a two-year partnership with Penn Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine (PAYM), Cabrini University’s health services are opening their doors again for on-campus support.… Read More

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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

New interim president Drinan opens up about her move to Cabrini University

Incoming Interim President, Helen Drinan calls herself “a nontraditional president.” She says that her difference starts by being transparent about as much as she… Read More

Dr. Cornel West visits Cabrini at the Shirley Dixon Urban Education Symposium

When fans approach historian, educator, author and political activist, Dr. Cornel West, he makes one point very clear when they praise his “brand.” “People… Read More

Cabrini University names Helen Drinan interim president

In a late afternoon email sent May 6, Amy Lambert, chair of the board of trustees, announced that Helen Drinan, MBA, will takeover as… Read More

Students, faculty offer mixed reactions to the draft of a leaked majority Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Today, Cabrini students, staff and faculty reacted to news of a leaked majority Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade. According to… 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

DREAMers get scholarships at Cabrini by next year

Students and families can start applying for the first-ever scholarship that directly support undocumented students and Temporary Protected Status. Cabrini is the first school… Read More

Cavalier radio to host an open mic night

For the first time since 2012, an open mic night is returning back to the campus.   On Apr. 28 Cavalier radio is hosting an… Read More

Lack of food studies in Cabrini curriculum

“Food brings people together,” Layal Srour, senior digital communications and social media major, said. However, Cabrini offers less than five academic courses on nutrition… Read More
Newspapers stacked on top of each other.

The Latest: Campus events, mask mandates and an FDA investigation into Lucky Charms

Today, we bring you news from around campus, the region and the world. Pulled from Loquitur student media coverage, campus announcements and local and… 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

New interim president Drinan opens up about her move to Cabrini University

Incoming Interim President, Helen Drinan calls herself “a nontraditional president.” She says that her difference starts by being transparent about as much as she… Read More

Dr. Cornel West visits Cabrini at the Shirley Dixon Urban Education Symposium

When fans approach historian, educator, author and political activist, Dr. Cornel West, he makes one point very clear when they praise his “brand.” “People… Read More

Cabrini University names Helen Drinan interim president

In a late afternoon email sent May 6, Amy Lambert, chair of the board of trustees, announced that Helen Drinan, MBA, will takeover as… Read More

Students, faculty offer mixed reactions to the draft of a leaked majority Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Today, Cabrini students, staff and faculty reacted to news of a leaked majority Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade. According to… 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

DREAMers get scholarships at Cabrini by next year

Students and families can start applying for the first-ever scholarship that directly support undocumented students and Temporary Protected Status. Cabrini is the first school… Read More

Cavalier radio to host an open mic night

For the first time since 2012, an open mic night is returning back to the campus.   On Apr. 28 Cavalier radio is hosting an… Read More

Lack of food studies in Cabrini curriculum

“Food brings people together,” Layal Srour, senior digital communications and social media major, said. However, Cabrini offers less than five academic courses on nutrition… Read More
Newspapers stacked on top of each other.

The Latest: Campus events, mask mandates and an FDA investigation into Lucky Charms

Today, we bring you news from around campus, the region and the world. Pulled from Loquitur student media coverage, campus announcements and local and… Read More

On Campus

Cabrini University celebrates Welcome Week

As new students poured onto campus following orientation weekend, student leaders and organizations orchestrated an engaging week filled with events and activities to kick… Read More

In the Community

Biden’s ban on Russian oil and gas garners mixed feelings from the American people

This past month gas prices soared to an all time high of $4.32 per gallon in the United States. This price range is a… Read More
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