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PHOTOS: Cabrini Dance Team shines during 76ers halftime show

Photos by Anna Schmader / The Loquitur [photoblocks id=4] Story by Pryce Jamison The arena darkened, and the 76ers cleared the court. When screeching… Read More

Teen Vogue Editor in Chief unfortunately knows how to compose a racist tweet

Politics Reporter Alexi McCammond made a name for herself while working at the Washington news site, Axios. McCammond landed a job as the editor-in-chief… Read More

City of brotherly love or city of gun violence?

What started as a late-evening game of basketball, ended as a devastating fatality. On Thursday, March 11, 2021, the streets of Philadelphia changed for… Read More

Once again, the U.S. men’s national soccer team does not qualify for the summer Olympics

The United States has won the most medals in the history of the Summer Olympics. Yet, for the third consecutive time, the U.S. men’s national soccer team… Read More

From the music department to you: the “Dark Adaptation”

The “Dark Adaptation” is a contemporary piece of music influenced by astronomy and space—composed by Dr.Stephen J. Grieco, assistant professor of visual and performing… Read More

My take on the Gorilla Girl Glue ordeal

  A TikTok went viral this month after a woman used Gorilla Glue as hair spray when she ran out of her hairspray and… Read More

Are you thinking about taking public relations?

Jana Tidwell has been teaching at Cabrini for three years now. She first taught event planning her first year. Now, she has been teaching… Read More

Coronavirus recap: Here’s what happened this week

The Recap Cabrini University reported its first case of COVID-19 on campus only a week ago on Friday, Sept. 18. Since then, COVID-19 cases… Read More

College students are resenting having to go back home due to pandemic

Imagine this, you are a freshman in college, and after finally adapting to living away from home and being on your own, you are… Read More

Facts vs Fiction: Is eating red meat bad for your health?

There has been a lot of speculation that eating meat is bad for your health which has been largely accepted by many people. However,… Read More

PHOTOS: Cabrini Dance Team shines during 76ers halftime show

Photos by Anna Schmader / The Loquitur [photoblocks id=4] Story by Pryce Jamison The arena darkened, and the 76ers cleared the court. When screeching… Read More

Teen Vogue Editor in Chief unfortunately knows how to compose a racist tweet

Politics Reporter Alexi McCammond made a name for herself while working at the Washington news site, Axios. McCammond landed a job as the editor-in-chief… Read More

City of brotherly love or city of gun violence?

What started as a late-evening game of basketball, ended as a devastating fatality. On Thursday, March 11, 2021, the streets of Philadelphia changed for… Read More

Once again, the U.S. men’s national soccer team does not qualify for the summer Olympics

The United States has won the most medals in the history of the Summer Olympics. Yet, for the third consecutive time, the U.S. men’s national soccer team… Read More

From the music department to you: the “Dark Adaptation”

The “Dark Adaptation” is a contemporary piece of music influenced by astronomy and space—composed by Dr.Stephen J. Grieco, assistant professor of visual and performing… Read More

My take on the Gorilla Girl Glue ordeal

  A TikTok went viral this month after a woman used Gorilla Glue as hair spray when she ran out of her hairspray and… Read More

Are you thinking about taking public relations?

Jana Tidwell has been teaching at Cabrini for three years now. She first taught event planning her first year. Now, she has been teaching… Read More

Coronavirus recap: Here’s what happened this week

The Recap Cabrini University reported its first case of COVID-19 on campus only a week ago on Friday, Sept. 18. Since then, COVID-19 cases… Read More

College students are resenting having to go back home due to pandemic

Imagine this, you are a freshman in college, and after finally adapting to living away from home and being on your own, you are… Read More

Facts vs Fiction: Is eating red meat bad for your health?

There has been a lot of speculation that eating meat is bad for your health which has been largely accepted by many people. However,… Read More