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Hope for immigrants as Berks County Detention Center closes

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Wednesday, Nov. 30, that the federal government would end its contract with the Berks County Detention Center.  Located in… Read More

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Monumental changes at Cabrini

Update, Nov. 2: In a meeting with faculty, Drinan said she misspoke, and the number of department chairs has not yet been decided. That… Read More
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The Loquitur wins 2022 Pinnacle Award

On Oct. 27, Cabrini’s student-run, award-winning paper, the Loquitur, won a third-place finish for Best Campus Engagement and an honorable mention for Diversity Coverage… Read More

Cabrini continues to feel effects of inflation

Many experts fear that the United States is on the verge of another recession, and the Cabrini student body is feeling the effects of… Read More

Cabrini prepares for cold weather

In Pennsylvania, the average annual snowfall is about 38 inches. The incoming winter weather welcomes freezing temperatures and harsh driving conditions. Plenty of people… Read More

Troy Vincent details his fight against domestic violence

In the United States, a woman is assaulted or beaten every nine seconds, and one in every three women is assaulted at some point… Read More

Finding motivation on game day

Game day success starts with a player’s attitude and motivation to win. Researchers found that most high school students are motivated by their intrinsic… Read More

How do I vote as an out-of-state student?

All Americans are eligible to vote on Nov. 8, but can college students vote in their new home state? The short answer is yes.… Read More
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Pt. 2: Cabrini aims for stronger Hispanic, Latino, Latinx community

Hispanic, Latino, and Latinx students at Cabrini represent a tight-knit, small community when compared to their largely white, non-Hispanic peers. The school’s initiatives and… Read More
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Pt. 1: Cabrini aims for stronger Hispanic, Latino, Latinx community

Imagine that this year, during Hispanic Heritage Month, Hispanic, Latino, and Latinx Cabrini students and faculty arrive with plates in hand, inviting the community… 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

Brianna Blair awarded MVP for Atlantic East playoffs

When it comes to sports, people always ask about who significantly stood out in the competition. This could be anyone who participated in the… Read More

Human trafficking survivor spreads awareness to community

Getting the word out is the first step in bringing awareness that human trafficking does exist and can happen in your own backyard, a… Read More

Do tobacco and vape companies target a youth market?

Since the late 1990s, tobacco companies have been restricted in how and where they can advertise their products. Vape companies, only around since the… Read More

Vaping: Is it really safer than smoking?

Vaping is the new smoking. People are putting away tobacco cigarettes for electronic cigarettes, such as vape pens and JUULs because some people believe… Read More

Prove Her Wrong

For the longest time, I always wondered why I was so hesitant to present or teach a class or be around young kids.  It… Read More

According to students, Greek life should be implemented on campus

Greek life is commonly displayed in the media as key part of the college experience. Greek life consists of sororities and fraternities, which are… Read More

New a capella music group hits the right note

Two seniors who share a love of a cappella music have founded a new singing group at Cabrini. September auditions held at Widener Lecture… Read More

Alumni leaving a different kind of legacy

All alumni leave a legacy; some are bigger than others. Camilia Katkocin, a senior, is originally from Berlin, New Jersey. She is a pre-law… Read More

Tarana Burke: It’s a movement, not a moment

Victims of sexual assault and rape are only obligated to heal. Just because you choose not to tell your story does not mean you… Read More
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Too soon to say goodbye 

The last words he ever spoke was “I love you, peanut.” On Sept. 1, 2019, my father passed away unexpectedly. I saw him perfectly… Read More