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Villanova representatives tour Cabrini: what we know

Throughout the first month of the semester, there’s been a new crowd around campus. Seen checking out classrooms and buildings, these individuals are representatives… Read More

What happens to Cabrini’s tenured professors?

On June 23, when Cabrini announced its closure through email, professor and chair of history and political science Dr. James Hedtke thought it was… Read More

Arrest at library reveals deeper issue

At noon on Oct. 4, four Radnor police cars arrived outside Cabrini University’s parking garage. Officers entered the Holy Spirit Library, and approximately an… Read More

The Loquitur wins 16 CMA Pinnacle Awards 

Cabrini University’s student-run newspaper, the Loquitur, received an extraordinary 16 College Media Association Pinnacle Awards, marking a historic milestone as the highest number of… Read More

Cabrini’s financial transparency: alumni seek answers

Co-Authored by Andrew Stovenour Transparency is a virtue, but not always a given. Cabrini alumni are still searching for transparency from the university. As… Read More

Cabrini closure sparks hope for student loan relief

There’s a lot that’s bad about Cabrini closing, but believe it or not, there’s one important benefit: the school’s shutdown gives the opportunity to… Read More

Arrest at Holy Spirit library

At noon on October 4, four Radnor police cars arrived outside the Cabrini parking garage. Officers entered the Holy Spirit Library, and approximately an… Read More

The Cabrini-Villanova deal: how did we get here?

On June 23, 2023, a Friday morning not long after the end of spring semester, Cavaliers everywhere woke up to a story announcing that… Read More
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Professors battle for ‘token’ retirement benefits

Even before Cabrini Interim President Helen Drinan alerted the community to the school’s dire financial situation, behind-the-scenes ramifications began rumbling. Dr. Marilyn Johnson and… Read More

Cavalier Radio moves from shared FM to 24-hour streaming

Cavalier Radio has joined the streaming era. On Aug. 24, Communication department chair Dr. Dawn Francis announced the station’s departure from an FCC license… Read More

Number of active COVID-19 cases on Cabrini campus up to four

This story was updated at 11:02 a.m. Friday with comments from the Cabrini COVID-19 Task Force chair. It was further updated Friday at 11:24… Read More

Race in America: Cabrini to host panel for ongoing issues of racial disparity

On Wednesday, Sept. 16, the Cabrini Academic Affairs office along with the Nerney Leadership Institute and the Office of Diversity Initiatives will be hosting… Read More

Students and professors want ‘college experience’ in fall but have health and educational concerns

With the fall semester quickly approaching, students and faculty are preparing for a semester unlike any other amid the historic Covid-19 pandemic. With much… Read More

‘Free at last’: John Lewis, conscience of Congress, dead at 80

John Lewis, icon of the Civil Rights Movement who was badly beaten on “Bloody Sunday,” has died after a six-month battle with pancreatic cancer. … Read More

Black history is not being taught properly in U.S. schools

According to The New York Times, all states are not required to meet the academic content standards for social studies and American history, unlike… Read More

Class of 2020 disappointed after traditional graduation cancelled

Many recent graduates and families of Cabrini University have been left upset, frustrated and resentful after hearing that the traditional in-person graduation scheduled for… Read More

Supreme Court rules historic victory for LGBT employees

The U.S. Supreme Court decided that an employer who fires an individual for their sexual orientation or gender identity violates Title VII of the… Read More

The untold stories of black soldiers at war

If you’ve watched World War II documentaries or learned about it in school while growing up, you’ve probably never heard of any of the… Read More

Annual Shirley Dixon celebration of Urban Education: The successfully failed system

Remembering Shirley Dixon This being the first annual Shirley Dixon celebration of Urban Education without Dr. Dixon, faculty did not lament, instead, they honored… Read More

How COVID-19 stacks up to the 1918 Spanish Flu

Editor’s note: The origins of the new coronavirus are still being updated. This New York Times story shows earlier appearances than noted in the… Read More

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