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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 untapped and underutilized resource

Cabrini University’s Greenhouse existed for decades. Yet, it remained untapped and rarely used until just a few years ago. The greenhouse is located between… Read More

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

Free speech vs. hate speech: professor tests the limits

Is hate speech protected by academic freedom? Former Cabrini professor Kareem Tannous is suing the school to find out. Cabrini hired Dr. Kareem Tannous… Read More

The limits of academic free speech

Academic free speech, specifically extramural speech, is always a hot topic, but right now it’s hotter than usual. Extramural speech is defined by the… Read More

Protests continue in Israel, judicial system threatened

Israel erupted in protests that started in January and continued nearly three months later after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a critical change to… Read More

Studying abroad is more than an experience

This spring, Cabrini University sponsored its 14th short-term study abroad trip to the San Lucas Tolimán Mission in Guatemala. Dr. Jerry Zurek, emeritus professor… Read More

Cabrini severs ties with six faculty members

Heading into the 2022 winter holiday season, six full-time faculty were removed from their positions at the start of Cabrini University’s winter break. The… Read More

Cabrini Public Safety gets a new director

Joeseph Fusco has been the director of public safety at Cabrini University. It was recently announced that Fusco would be leaving Cabrini University.  Jeremy… Read More

Pt. 2: The war on cannabis

More than half of the U. S. have some form of cannabis legalization program, whether it’s recreational or medical. But even with cannabis programs growing… Read More

Rue Landau visits Loquitur staff for historic campaign

Philadelphia’s City Council election is right around the corner, and Rue Landau, Democratic candidate for City Council-at-Large, aims to break barriers. Landau held 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

Faith amid closure: why Mass attendance is dwindling

Every Wednesday afternoon, a Mass is held at Cabrini’s Bruckmann Memorial Chapel of Saint Joseph. On this particular Mass, the crowd is small. In… Read More

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

Cabrini stands with immigrants: a day of action

On October 25, Cabrini University’s campus was quiet.  But that did not stop a specific group of people from standing up for what they… Read More

Villanova forum sheds light on student concern

On Wednesday, Dec. 6, undergraduate students gathered at Widener Lecture Hall for a meeting with Cabrini President Helen Drinan and Dr. Michelle Filling-Brown, dean… Read More

Cabrini celebrates Native American history month

In honor of Native American Heritage month, Dr. Jim Hedtke, professor of history and political science, gave a lecture on Ely Parker November 28th,… Read More

The Artificial Dilemma

The artificial dilemma  Artificial Intelligence continues to grow more prevalent with each passing day. At Cabrini University, students and administration highlight the dilemma between… 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 final Cabrini Day: celebrating our legacy

On Tuesday, November 13, 2023, Cabrini University held its last Cabrini Day. An annual celebration of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini’s legacy, classes are canceled and… Read More

On Campus

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

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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