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76ers future arena disrupts the Asian culture

In July 2022, Philadelphia’s Chinatown received some news that could disrupt its way of life, culture, and work. The managing partners of the Philadelphia… Read More

76ers future arena disrupts the Asian culture

In July 2022, Philadelphia’s Chinatown received some news that could disrupt its way of life, culture, and work. The managing partners of the Philadelphia… Read More
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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
letters

Letter to the Editor: What will you do to end the silence?

Students such as myself, who are a part of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender community, faulty and allies, went 5 1/2 hours without speaking to represent the bullying that goes unnoticed in the LGBT community.
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Was declaring my major during the end of sophomore year too late?

In less than six months, I will graduate from college. After four long, stressful years, it will soon be time to put all that… Read More

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The city of snub-erly love

Philly athletes get disrespected more than any others in the country. No matter what sport you play, if your home games are in south… Read More

Holiday travel is flawed, here’s why

The last place I expected to spend my Christmas was at the airport. I was looking forward to celebrating Christmas with my family from… Read More

A solution for new year’s resolution confusion

Only 46% of those who commit to New Year’s resolutions are successful, according to a study from the American Journal of Psychology. Year after year,… 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

Is Broadway going the wrong way?

As a Broadway fanatic, I know lots of other theater kids wish they could see their favorite shows in the comfort of their own… Read More

Media representation matters for youth

When I was a child, I loved television. My consumption of what was on the screen was part of my daily routine. However, as… Read More

The championship that brought respect to a city

On Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018, the Philadelphia Eagles’ long drought of winning a Super Bowl was finally put to bed. The franchise was finally… Read More
A woman seated talking to a counselor. The counselor is holding a clipboard, writing down notes.

Keep talking: Cabrini student shares story of why talk-therapy works

The moment you start talking about it, it gets easier. I do not know how or when I realized the magnitude of speaking, but… Read More

Finding comfort in TV

Taking time to decompress after the semester ends is different for everyone, but I strongly recommend rewatching your favorite show. On my third viewing… Read More

1% better every day

In the words of Buster Moon from the animated movie “Sing”: “When you’ve reached rock bottom, there’s only one way to go, and that’s… Read More

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

How reading changed my life

When you hit rock bottom, life doesn’t just throw you a lifeline. Instead, it challenges you to find an anchor within yourself, something that… 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

Cabrini: destiny, friendship, and legacy

Truth be told, I was not supposed to go to Cabrini. In the fall of 1993, I was a senior at Saint Basil Academy… Read More

The freshman experience at Cabrini

Where am I? What? You’re telling me this isn’t the underworld? It’s just Cabrini? Then, why is it so dead? Despite a relatively inactive… Read More

A legacy forged at Cabrini

My family has a 60-year legacy at Cabrini. It started with my mother, Loretta Dellapia O’Fria, who attended the first graduating class of 1961.… Read More

Rev. Richard Jasper: “Be one with”

On the Top 40 radio stations and local TV commercial breaks of the early 1990s, the perky cheerleader voice repeatedly sang, “At Cabrini College… 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
Jay and Barbara Rader, both wearing nicer clothes. Both look like they are having a good time and relaxed. They are posing for the photo, Barbara has her arm around Jay's back.

How will Cabrini’s legacy be carried forward?

Cabrini University is a special place, and now it will become a footnote in history. My family will forever be tied to the little… 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
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