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People protest with powerful signs outside in the Czech Republic.

Voices of Ukraine: Volunteers, working to save refugees from war, talk of the need for prayers and to “close the sky”

Loquitur Media Note: This is the second of a series of stories on Voices of Ukraine, a project to connect Cabrini’s Loquitur Media reporters… Read More

COVID-19, social media linked to increase in K-12 student fighting

Melissa Cosgriff, a fifth-grade math teacher at Upper Merion Area High School for 15 years, walked through the hallways on her lunch break. She… Read More

How ‘outdated’ schools need to change to keep pace with the workplace

The public education system has been in place for centuries with little to no change to its format, testing requirements or curriculum. Meanwhile, the… Read More

Radnor police probe of fentanyl-laced edibles finds no trace of deadly opioid; Pa. state officials still on alert with reports of it in other regions.

Radnor police officials confirmed this week that an investigation into a case of suspected fentanyl-laced edibles ingested by area youth found no traces of… Read More

Speaker who survived suicide attempt confronts mental health stigma

Jordan Burnham admits he’s a work in progress. In his battle with depression, he told Cabrini University students that he approaches challenges “one step… Read More

Alumni editors reflect on favorite Loquitur memories

Meet the Alumni Ronald Katkocin, class of 1980, is currently an adjunct business law professor at Cabrini University. During his sophomore year he became… Read More
People protest with powerful signs outside in the Czech Republic.

Voices of Ukraine: Volunteers, working to save refugees from war, talk of the need for prayers and to “close the sky”

Loquitur Media Note: This is the second of a series of stories on Voices of Ukraine, a project to connect Cabrini’s Loquitur Media reporters… Read More

COVID-19, social media linked to increase in K-12 student fighting

Melissa Cosgriff, a fifth-grade math teacher at Upper Merion Area High School for 15 years, walked through the hallways on her lunch break. She… Read More

How ‘outdated’ schools need to change to keep pace with the workplace

The public education system has been in place for centuries with little to no change to its format, testing requirements or curriculum. Meanwhile, the… Read More

Radnor police probe of fentanyl-laced edibles finds no trace of deadly opioid; Pa. state officials still on alert with reports of it in other regions.

Radnor police officials confirmed this week that an investigation into a case of suspected fentanyl-laced edibles ingested by area youth found no traces of… Read More

Speaker who survived suicide attempt confronts mental health stigma

Jordan Burnham admits he’s a work in progress. In his battle with depression, he told Cabrini University students that he approaches challenges “one step… Read More

Alumni editors reflect on favorite Loquitur memories

Meet the Alumni Ronald Katkocin, class of 1980, is currently an adjunct business law professor at Cabrini University. During his sophomore year he became… Read More
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