Editorial

‘We can’t breathe’: Racism won’t go away until the system that allows oppression does

Editor’s note: This story was part of a group of 2020 stories that shared the 2021 Student Keystone Media Award for DIVERSITY. Reporters: Maria… Read More

In order to solve immigration issues, we have to address the root causes

In an era with border tensions heightened and families separated in detention centers, many Americans fail to understand the motives behind the migrant growth… Read More

Celebrating Earth Day in 2020 takes on a different meaning

Ironically, COVID-19 has had a potentially positive impact on the environment. It has exposed a range of man-made issues. The coronavirus has confirmed various… Read More

President Trump’s proposed cut to Poverty-Focused Development Assistance threatens educational equity

Funding for the State Department and international aid programs would be cut by $3.7 billion, or nearly 8 percent, from current spending levels in… Read More

Women’s History Month: HERstory in the making

History months serve two purposes. The first is to celebrate the accomplishments and victories pioneered by a demographic of people. The second purpose is… Read More

Editorial: In the wake of Bryant’s death, don’t take life for granted

It seemed like a hoax at first. Tabloid magazine TMZ reported that basketball legend, Kobe Bryant and several others, died in a helicopter crash.… Read More

Editorial: National Poverty in America Awareness Month

Intro:  January is National Poverty in America Awareness Month. Although this issue isn’t something that everyone is impacted by first-hand, it is closer than… Read More

Editorial: This holiday season don’t forget about those less fortunate

Bright lights, a warm home and delicious food are all hallmark attributes of the holiday season. Can you imagine what your holiday season would… Read More

Editorial: Smoking can detrimentally impact the body’s overall health for decades

The human body is a well-oiled machine that is heavily dependent on the fuel that is put in it. Making the decision to pick… Read More

Editorial: Millions of Americans struggle daily to access food, despite the surplus of food in the United States

In a nation where grocery stores are filled with aisles of food and fast food joints are at the corner of nearly every intersection,… Read More

U.S. immigration’s road to nowhere

Nearly two months after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sent Venezuelan and Columbian migrants and asylum seekers to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts without any prior accommodations,… Read More

Saying diversity is important is not enough

As affirmative action sits on the Supreme Court’s chopping block, it is more important than ever to advocate for diversity on all university and… Read More

Community is everything

At a time when community has never been more important at this institution and in our society, we at the Loquitur have a responsibility… Read More
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The Loquitur is free press

Freedom of the press is guaranteed by the First Amendment and is an integral part of our democracy. The Loquitur, Cabrini’s own press outlet,… Read More

Cabrini finds resilience during pandemic

After the pandemic shaped our first two years at Cabrini, the 2021-22 school year brought with it a new sense of normalcy,  purpose and… Read More

Dear Accepted Students: Brace yourselves for a few uncertainties  

Uncertainty. That word sums up a recurring theme that should not be at the forefront of Cabrini’s brand as new students start making critical… Read More

We stand with Ukraine: What you can do to help from Cabrini

More than 2 million refugees have fled Ukraine and are now seeking to restart their lives with their families in different countries all over… Read More

The future hasn’t been written yet, what story will you tell?

Imagine walking into a school where not one teacher looks like you do. This is the sad reality that many students face in our… Read More

Most of what we know of human trafficking is wrong, experts say

In front of an audience of more than 50 college students, Carla Clanagan motioned to the crowd. “It can be anyone. Look around, anyone of… Read More

Overcoming a family loss and discovering my purpose

I had no sense of direction. No sense of reality. No sense of purpose. I was simply, lost. I lost my brother, Michael Ryan… Read More
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