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Q&A with President Helen Drinan

As students submit their final exams and head home for winter break, Loquitur’s Editor-in-Chief Chris Perri, and Breaking News Coordinator Jason Fridge met with… Read More

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Cabrini’s ResLife: from intimacy to oversight

Just seven years ago, students were worried about having to search for off-campus living due to an overabundance of enrolled students. Today, overcrowding is… Read More

First-year reflections: being a freshman at a closing school

Freshman year of college is an exciting time. From living in dorms away from parents to spur of the moment decisions, it’s supposed to… Read More

America Lopez-Santiago’s involvement in Cabrini’s immigration coverage

Frances Xavier Cabrini is the patron saint of immigrants. Her drive to help these individuals is embodied throughout the curriculum at the college named… Read More

This is for the Dreamers

Undocumented students have the opportunity to receive their college education, opportunities, and resources with the help of TheDream.US program. The program provides scholarships for… Read More

Education of the heart: Cabrini’s mission trip to Guatemala

Over a decade ago, Cabrini University began a study abroad course where students visit Guatemala to provide community service for and learn from, its… Read More

Reporting on rising tuition costs at Cabrini

In the ever-changing world of university finances, where every increase in tuition sends concern through the student body, one aspect remains constant: the role… Read More

Grief and resilience: the Loquitur’s journey through 9/11

As the sun rose on September 11, 2001, Cabrini University’s campus buzzed with the familiar energy of a new academic year. Students hurried to… Read More

Breaking barriers: commitment to a social justice legacy

Cabrini’s proud motto, “Education of the heart,” pledges a commitment to social justice and the greater good and the creation of legacy and purpose… Read More

The evolution of Cabrini’s election reporting

Covering presidential elections on a college campus is tricky. Not only is it a challenge to navigate political jargon, but competing with major news… Read More

Loquitur war coverage: from Vietnam to Ukraine

Throughout the publication’s history, Loquitur reporters have covered anti-Vietnam War protests, as well as the wars in Iraq and Ukraine, giving a unique perspective… Read More

Banquet shows awareness of world hunger

Joe Holden by Jill C. Hindman assistant features editor Here is some food for thought. When we are hungry we go to the refrigerator… Read More

Symposium explains rich history of baseball

Linsey Heiser by Linsey Heiser news editor “Like America, baseball has evolved and is more than just a sport,” the president of the history… Read More

Campus lighting, security assessed on light walk

Joe Holden by Joe Holden editor in chief The administration is concerned that there are not enough lights and emergency call boxes on campus.… Read More

Search VII goal is to have `new outlook on life’

by Geri Lynn Utter assistant sports editor The Cabrini vans are taking off on Friday, Nov. 17 and heading to Appel Farms in Elmer,… Read More

College and University News

-Julia Marie Teti Cornell University Despite the economic boom that increased American prosperity in the 1990s, people with disabilities have not been able to… Read More

`Cruising,’ relationships are topics at recent forum

Mike Fenn by Kate Pelusi assistant copy editor No matter what generation you are from, there seems to be some sort of popular culture… Read More

Diversity education important for exposure to a variety of cultures

by Georgiana Rushworth staff writer Diversity education is becoming a required piece of most U.S. colleges, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education, and… Read More

Residents of House Six lose all privileges

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`Nationwide problem’ sees flu vaccines hard to find

by Tracy Timson assistant copy editor The season is almost here. Not just winter, but the flu season. Coughing, sneezing, muscle aches. These are… Read More

Campus security a must for students’ needs

by Geri Lynn Utter assistant sports editor Believe it or not studying in your dorm room is more dangerous than you think. Picture yourself… Read More

On Campus

18th Annual Arts, Research and Scholarship Symposium

On Tuesday, April 29, academic spirit replaced the gymnasium’s athletic atmosphere as poster boards crowded the court’s floor. This was Cabrini’s 18th and final Arts,… Read More

In the Community

The best year yet for Cav campus leadership

On Saturday, May 4, students and family gathered to celebrate on-campus leadership and honor society inductions. The Cavalier Leadership Recognition Ceremony was a part… Read More
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