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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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Inside CaPS’ initiative against loneliness

In the midst of a loneliness epidemic, CaPS is hosting a new, multi-faceted event to educate and boost peer connections on campus. Primarily focuses… Read More

Pennsylvania’s governor rooting for higher education

On January 26, Pennsylvania governor Josh Shapiro revealed his blueprint for higher education, claiming it will help college become more affordable and accessible. Better… Read More

Going out in style: Cabrini chooses final valedictorian

In any graduating class, there are some individuals who will always be remembered. Whether it’s the class clown, the best athlete, or the student… Read More

Cabrini students weigh options amid transfer process

While a portion of the remaining students at Cabrini will graduate at the end of the semester, many others will not. Those who aren’t… Read More

“Punished for Dreaming”: Cabrini’s final Urban Education Symposium

Grace Hall was packed on Thursday, Feb. 15 for Cabrini’s seventh annual (and final) Shirley Dixon Celebration of Urban Education Symposium.  This year’s symposium… Read More

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

Ink and Independence: Student Press Freedom Day

Thursday, Feb. 22nd marked Student Press Freedom Day, which is a day of advocacy for the right of student media to speak out through… Read More

A small but strong writing community

For this spring semester, the writing and narrative arts (WNA) department is concluding with only one course for writing majors. The start of a… 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

To stay or leave Cabrini

Over winter break, students were faced with the decision to transfer or remain at Cabrini.  Many students are heavily involved on campus, through athletics,… Read More

Cabriniana room offers history of Mother Cabrini

Mike Fenn by Jennifer Coots Imagine being able to walk into the life of Mother Cabrini, right now, and learning everything you could possible… Read More

Learner: Selected for excellence

Linsey Heiser Lisa Learner-Wagner, assistant professor of fine arts, was one of the six artists chosen out of 5,000 to do a tile mosaic… Read More

Christian conference promotes leadership, spirituality

by Jennifer Devereaux staff writer This past weekend, the Christian Leadership Conference took place in Camden, N.J. The 24 hour-retreat, which went from Friday,… Read More

Back to Vietnam

Matt Tholey by Meghan Merkel Sometimes things happen that we like to forget. Talking about it is not always easy. That’s why we were… Read More

Families participate in activities held on campus

by Kendra Clark It was a family affair over the past weekend as families came together to enjoy a good time with games, food and music.

Merkel, Barrett crowned homecoming queen, king

Matt Holmes Meghan Merkel and Tony Barrett were crowned Homecoming queen and king last Saturday night, Oct. 14.

Cabrini graduate’s eclectic skills used throughout career

by Matt Coughlin staff writer Do everything, for you can use it all. That was the message John Doyle gave with his Career Development… Read More

Revised act allows parental notification of law violation

by Jennifer Coots staff writer Once upon a time, students of colleges and universities across the country could party without worry of their parents… Read More

Poll shows college students get least amount of sleep

by Mike Butler perspectives editor A recent poll conducted by the National Sleep Foundation shows that college students get the least amount of sleep.… Read More

Cabrini team of 40 students participates in AIDS Walk

by Jennifer Coots staff writer The Cabrini team was among the hundreds of thousands of walkers that attended the AIDS Walk held in Philadelphia… Read More

On Campus

Final commencement speakers announced: students react

Cabrini’s 64th and final commencement ceremony is right around the corner, and before students receive their degrees on Sunday, May 19, we now know… Read More

In the Community

The price of journalism

Free speech and freedom of the press continue to be suppressed and violated in countries around the world. Some countries provide strong protections for… Read More
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