Featured Student Media Projects

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Rethinking Gender

This multimedia educational website looks at why gender inequity exists, where it can be seen, who it affects most often, and solutions for how we can better respect and accept all people. 


Serving Food Solutions

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors look at food insecurity from three directions: a description of why so many Americans go hungry, the consequences of being food insecure, and innovative solutions to this national issue.


Domestic Violence

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this web site both to educate Pennsylvania elementary school teachers about Domestic Violence and to give teachers ways to help students living with Domestic Violence.


Youth Voices Rise: the Arab awakening

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this site based on interviews conducted with young people and others involved in the Arab Awakening.


Increasing The Peace: Peacebuilding after conflict and natural disasters

Cabrini College Communication Department seniors created this website based on over 60 interviews conducted with individuals and peacebuilding organizations worldwide.

Embodying social justice: honoring Mother Cabrini’s feast day

Social justice topics are extremely important to the Cabrini University community. From the moment that students step onto Cabrini’s campus they are surrounded with numerous hands-on opportunities and classes that relate to various social justice issues starting from freshman year until graduation day four years later. Each year, Cabrini recognizes Mother Cabrini’s feast day by […]


Don’t let the flu get you

It is that time of year again, when you walk around campus and everyone is sick. Sometimes this sickness lasts a few day and sometimes it can kill a person. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, last season more than 80,000 people died in the U.S. from the flu. “Health services is open […]

2019 Rice Bowl speaker Thomas Awiapo

Photo by Karen Kasmauski for Catholic Relief Services

Education leads to success: How life-saving foreign aid helped one child in Ghana overcome malnutrition

Some people do not always understand the life-saving power or impact of education. Education is a valuable source that can help students through tough situations. This is especially true when climate change causes starvation where you live. It has dried the soil where farmers used to grow crops. Children in developing countries face malnutrition. However, because […]

Photograph taken of current Cabrini University education majors at Golden Gate Elementary. Permission granted for use by The Loquitur.

Filling the shoes of an education major at Cabrini University

Filling the shoes of an education major at Cabrini University is a tall order. Aside from the typical curriculum associated with the study of an undergraduate degree in education, eligible students are encouraged to engage in a full-day field experience at local schools. The Children’s School is just one of the many local schools in […]

Halloween gives me the chance to release my inner beast in a controlled and restrained manner. Photo by Justin Barnes

I love monsters. Does that make me one?

“Well, the first thing is that I love monsters. I identify with monsters.” When I first heard that quote from my idol, writer and director Guillermo Del Toro, it was as if my mind had completely opened. It triggered a new series of ideas that helped strengthen a concept that has stuck with me for […]


Cabrini moves to new athletic conference: what does this mean for athletes?

The Cabrini athletic department has decided to move to a new conference  after being a part of the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) for 26 years. Cabrini made the transition to the NCAA Division III Atlantic East Conference early July along with six other schools including: Neumann University, Gwynedd Mercy University, Immaculata University, Marywood University, […]


Fall practice helps spring sports teams find their rhythm

When people hear fall sports, what comes to mind? Soccer, volleyball, field hockey and in other places football. That’s it, right? What about tennis and rowing? They are spring sports, but they have fall seasons as well, and not just practice. Men’s and women’s tennis both played in the King’s Invitational in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, along […]

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Making family proud overseas as first generation born in the USA

Being a first generation family member to be born in America, most would take every opportunity they can to make their family proud of them, academically and athletically.   Dav Conigliaro‘s family is from Sicily, Italy  His grandfather saw opportunity in America in the 1980’s for business to grow.  Conigliaro’s parents began their lives in […]

Sports Source: Jimmy Butler trade

The Philadelphia 76ers made the biggest splash in the NBA season thus far. The Sixers dealt Dario Saric, Robert Covington and a second round pick for Jimmy Butler. Butler was in a toxic relationship with the Timberwolves and a trade was inevitable. Butler is a former all-star and is regarded as one of the best […]

The Cabrini Men's basketball team- photo from CabriniAthletics

Cabrini men lose the battle of Eagle Road

The Cabrini men’s basketball ball team fell short of a victory after a short come-back. The team was in the lead shortly into the second half, but was unable to keep it. The Cavaliers held what was both their home and season-opener on Tuesday, Nov. 13. They played against the Eastern Eagles in what many […]


Thank u next, more like thank you repeat

Ariana Grande released her latest post-breakup anthem “Thank U, Next” on Nov. 3, 2018. It debuted on Apple Music, Spotify and other music streaming apps. Grande tweeted the new song title earlier the night of the 3rd. Many fans of the singer did not put two and two together until the release of the new […]

Battle of Eagle Road: The history behind the rivalry

The intensity is always high during any rivalry game. Each player has to work that much harder for their team to come out on top. Every second, minute, quarter and possession during rivalry games could be the difference between a win and a loss. It makes it that much more intense when both schools are […]

Grace Hall. Photo by Cabrini University.

Cabrini graduate programs to be showcased at new event

Throughout a students four-years of undergraduate studying, many focus on the task at hand, a bachelors degree. To many, the thought of life after college is daunting and stressful. Rightfully so, entering the real world and all it has to offer can be a challenging transition. However, another option for students is to further their […]


How my mom beat breast cancer

The beginning I was a senior in high school when my mom first told me she had breast cancer. In that moment there were so many thoughts rushing through my mind. I didn’t know how to react. It was Jan. 18, 2016. According to World Cancer Research Fund, breast cancer is the most commonly occurring cancer […]


How having a hobby has helped me survive college

Growing up you hear about how difficult college is, how stressful it is and that if you’re not ready for it; you’re going to have a rough time. I heard this while going through high school and thought it was just one of those adages you hear about. How every action and grade in elementary […]

Photo taken by James Humes.

Teens are reading less: Here’s what that means

In the era of smart phones, reading may seem ancient to many people, especially teens. Teens have become used to viewing screens and taking in information by way of short captions, videos or photos of their friends. Many smart phones users who engage in digital media would be hard-pressed to find a section of text […]


Halloween havoc: brings Cabrini sporting programs together

Team bonding experience Halloween Havoc is a pep rally that brings Cabrini sporting programs together for a fun team bonding experience. Each team worked together to come up with a costume theme and present it to the crowd. All teams came up with great ideas including “Disney” characters, “Crayola” crayons and fruit. Halloween Havoc gives the student […]


Trump visits Philadelphia

On Tuesday, Oct. 2, President Donald Trump visited Philadelphia. His appearance prompted demonstrations, created traffic and inspired many interesting protest signs. President Trump’s speech was held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center during the “National Electrical contractors Association’s” annual gathering. Trump spoke for approximately 40 minutes in front of a crowd of about 6,000 electrical contractors, electricians […]