Editorial

The last first issue

This year marks the Loquitur’s 65th anniversary. The new year stirs up many emotions. With the calendar turned over to 2024, people begin to… Read More

Philly sports create community

What a time to be a Philly sports fan. Over the last two years, Philadelphia sports fans were treated to remarkable playoff runs, spectacular… Read More

Preserving Cabrini’s legacy

It’s official, after months of waiting, Cabrini University announced the completed agreement for Villanova to assume ownership of our campus in June 2024.   In… Read More

The right to write

Student journalism has always been an important part of campus life at institutions across the country. This year, student newspapers have been making national… Read More

Leading the way

The Loquitur editorial board for the 2023-24 school has been chosen and we are looking forward to taking on this incredible leadership responsibility. As… Read More

To degree or not degree

In March 2023, Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro signed an executive order stating that government jobs will no longer require a four-year degree. This order… Read More

The artificial intelligence revolution

“As we delve deeper into the 21st century, artificial intelligence, AI, is becoming an increasingly common presence in our lives. From the way we… Read More

Student loan forgiveness benefits everyone

As the Loquitur editorial staff, we have a cumulative student debt totaling $116,000. Two out of the seven editors are fortunate enough to not… Read More

Black History you are not taught in school

On Jan. 12, 2023, in a letter to the College Board, The Florida Department of Education announced it would block advanced placement courses in… Read More
Pro-Immigration rally

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

Building mosque signals America’s religious acceptance to world

Although many have argued that the construction of the mosque is extremely insensitive to the family and friends of those killed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks because they claim it’s ambiguous to the area, it promotes potential future attacks and negates the honor of ground zero, the Loquitur Staff feels that as citizens of the U.S., we should remember we are a country of many freedoms, including religion.

Political change finds Cabrini students

“Never discuss religion or politics” has been a piece of advice many have heard throughout the decades. But at a private Catholic college like… Read More

New curriculum needs more support from faculty

The Loquitur editors feel that all instructors should be passionate about social justice and ignite the same fire in their students.

Devastation in Haiti not to be forgotten

It has been just over three weeks since tragedy struck Haiti. More than 150,000 have died and just under 200,000 are injured. As Americans looking in on the devastation Haiti is experiencing we need to take action and educate those around us who don't understand the situation.

Human trafficking: global concern

When we think about slavery and cruelty inflicted upon humans most of us think back to the early history of our country. Most of us wouldn't even dream of slavery and the trafficking of people happening in the United States today. The truth is, right now in our country, maybe even in your own town, human beings are being trafficked into forced labor and prostitution.

Editorial: Economic crisis makes health insurance costly

With the current economic crisis, the high cost of health care has become a daunting expense for both individuals and companies. For more and more Americans, health insurance has become an impossible expense. When we graduate, we may find that our employers will no longer give us health benefits.

Editorial: Cabrini Missionary Sisters: Silent Heroes

Most students know Cabrini College was named after Mother Cabrini. Few of us know exactly who she was and why she was so important. Students don't understand that there are Cabrini sisters all over the globe, working everyday, continuing the work that Mother Cabrini had started.

Editorial: Ongoing hunger crisis forces developing countries further into poverty

Even before the current U.S. economic crisis, there was a worldwide epidemic affecting more than half of the world's population, leaving almost a billion people starving and many more, even in the U.S., struggling to get a basic necessity in life: food.

Editorial: Historic election brings change to White House

Regardless of your political party affiliation and who you voted for on Nov. 4, change in the White House is coming. Whether or not it is the change you wanted, does the future of our country really now depend on just one man? Now that the presidential race is over, it is up to us as American citizens to make sure our president holds true to his promises and delivers on the issues that we based our votes on.

Editorial: Genocide still present in Darfur, student activism to generate support

Never again, the world collectively agreed after 10 million were killed during the Nazi persecution. Never again would the world sit back and let an innocent ethnic group die. Never again would the world allow genocide. The promise of "never again" has done nothing and has allowed millions to lose theirs lives to genocide.

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