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Protestors rallying at an abortion protest at Foley Square in May 2022.

A conversation worth having: Cabrini and student reproductive health

A small university is ideal for having meaningful conversations, especially on important issues such as student reproductive health. When Roe v. Wade was overturned… Read More

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CRS advocating FoodFast event to shed light on chronic hunger

The FoodFast event at Cabrini University was once again a success this semester.  The Cabrini community was brought together to connect with one another… Read More

COM freshmen shares how to be an engaging citizen on Cabrini Day

Freshmen of the communications learning community presented a stimulation of the “Road to Democratic Engagement” on Cabrini Day in the Dixon Center. The stimulation… Read More

The Loquitur wins 10 Pennsylvania Keystone media awards, most in school history

Cabrini’s student journalists have been known to produce award-winning stories, and this year is no different. On March 15, The Loquitur racked up 10… Read More
Taylor Barker poses outside.

Meet the Valedictorian for the class of 2022

With the school year quickly coming to an end and graduation right around the corner, seniors are in full swing ready to move their… Read More
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Cabrini launches Collegiate Recovery Program for students dealing with addiction

Cabrini University has launched a Collegiate Recovery Program for students dealing with addiction, mental health issues and eating disorders. “It’s a peer support program… Read More

Cabrini grad uses suppressed traumas to write first novel

Growing up in West Philadelphia, being told that he would have to take up a career as something other than as a writer in… Read More

Dasha’s story: From Ukraine, former Wayne, Pa. woman shares journey, rescue efforts

A few weeks ago, we introduced you to Dasha Andrienko, who once lived in Wayne, Pa. and is now working help rescue refugees in… Read More

Ukrainian local stresses the importance of education and what inspired her to create a fundraiser

In 1998, Nelya Naida’s parents met in Ukraine. Both were born and raised in the country and six months after the birth of their… Read More
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Emerging gas prices bearing on commuter students

Rising gas prices have been evident early in 2022. Drivers have taken notice of their increased spending at the gas pump which has caused them… Read More

The Cabrini Dance Team takes center stage at 76ers game; big things awaits

The arena darkened, and the 76ers cleared the court. When screeching of sneakers stopped and the lights dimmed, a spotlight drew the fans’ attention… Read More

With campus residents on the rise, Cabrini Cupboard looks to reintroduce itself post-COVID

The Cabrini Cupboard, located on the third floor of Founder’s Hall, is looking to expand in an effort to reintroduce itself in a post-COVID-19… Read More

Cabrini commuters are not letting gas prices stall their education

As students return to campus for the 2022 fall semester, a new question looms over Cabrini’s student population: how they will budget getting to… Read More
Protestors rallying at an abortion protest at Foley Square in May 2022.

A conversation worth having: Cabrini and student reproductive health

A small university is ideal for having meaningful conversations, especially on important issues such as student reproductive health. When Roe v. Wade was overturned… Read More
A black bear wandering the dense forest.

Cabrini students spot black bear on campus Saturday morning

Cabrini students reported seeing a black bear on their walk back to their residence halls from the Dixon Center parking lot early Saturday morning.… Read More

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

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

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

Local leaders, Cabrini react to the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

On June 24, the United States of America reacted to the Supreme Court’s controversial decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. According to Congresswoman Mary… 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

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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

The end of the plastic bag era in Radnor

Cabrini students might notice the lack of plastic bags – no coincidence. On Sept. 15, Radnor Township puts into effect its plastic bag ban.… Read More
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