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LOQation News Feb. 2, 2016

February 4, 2016

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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.


Video game addiction proves true in student experiment

Most people think of people’s addictions being substance or alcohol abuse but that is not always the case. Doctors are now recognizing that people can have addictive behaviors as well. Psychiatrist Michael Brody tells about the following things that show if there is a behavioral addiction in a person’s life. The first is that the […]


Budget friendly dine-in and dives help students financially

Second semester is back in full swing to the dismay of many students.  Winter has decided to dump over three feet of snow on campus and residents are quickly growing tired of the same food from the cafeteria.  But students are constantly in a predicament: do they go out and spend loads of money on […]


SEaL makes unforgetaways trips unforgettable

Cabrini College is known for holding events on campus for the students to have fun. Different types of events are offered on campus but students also have that opportunity to go off campus for the trips, as well. The Student Engagement and Leadership office offers a plethora of activities throughout the entire year. For those […]


The Pederson era has begun

The Chip Kelly era has finally ended here in Philadelphia, but the question is can the new guy come in and clean up Chip’s mess? Doug Pederson, former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator, is ready to step up and take on his first role as a head coach. He could not be coming to a […]


We are never ever ever getting back together… SIKE!

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are not just back together, they are officially engaged for the second time. I am not sure whether or not to be skeptical about these two being reconciled, but I feel like putting the engagement back on was not the right thing to do. Couples that break up once have […]


How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

“How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” is the college’s spring musical. The musical comedy is about an ambitious young man’s rise from window washer to chairman of the board. This spring musical is more challenging than the other plays that the theater put on. This play requires more than the normal set changes […]


Why a new year should still mean the same you

Some say that with a new year comes a chance to reinvent yourself and although that sounds extremely exciting and promising, it is just not true. Why do we have to wait a whole year to decide to work out? Why do we have to use the calendar changing as an excuse to be the […]

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Winter Storm Jonas leaves its mark

Although winter storm walloped the east coast all weekend, the Cabrini community pulled together so well that by Tuesday, the campus parking lots and walkways were so clear that it was hard to believe that some surrounding communities were still crippled. Winter storm Jonas swept through the United States this past weekend leaving at least […]


Trip to Swaziland helped students ‘make a difference’

“I decided to go to Swaziland because I wanted to make a difference. I wanted my winter break to matter and a service opportunity like this allowed me to do that,” sophomore early childhood education and special education major, Sabrina Lee, said. Over winter break she and a few other students with faculty and staff […]

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Janit Gorka is hired as first ever women’s rowing head coach

Cabrini athletics announced last November the addition of the school’s 18th collegiate sport, women’s rowing. On Wednesday, Jan. 13, the athletics department hired Janit Gorka as the first head coach of the women’s rowing program. “The coach and the team will have an impact on Divi- sion III Women’s Rowing as well as the Cavalier […]

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Pillow talk reaches college campuses

Pillow talk is not just for couples anymore. What used to have been believed to be the conversation held after romantic encounters has shifted from sharing sheets to sharing secrets. Having conversations late at night has been a phenomenon for years. Think back to the younger days when sleepovers had been all the rage. How […]

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’Tis the season to cope with winter blues

As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, it is normal to feel a bit bluer. Do not feel alone. The bed becomes impossible to get out of, the TV remote is irremovable from the hand and eating while doing nothing is definitely a better option than working out. The clinical diagnosis and […]


Commentary: How interested in politics are college students?

Politics are a topic that many college students know very little to nothing about. Since politics are a heavy topic students would prefer not to have this conversation with their friends. Although some students do follow politics, it is not a topic looked deeply into. Most of the time, it is a quick scroll through […]

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Sarah Palin endorses Trump in hopes of Iowa’s vote

To many people, the recent backing of Donald Trump by Alaskan politician Sarah Palin seemed to come out of left field. Palin had been absent for most of the campaign strategies possibly because she had a strategy of her own. Palin and Trump share many similarities from being celebrities on TV to having their own […]

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Women’s basketball falls short to Marywood University

Last Wednesday, the Cavaliers fell to Marywood University. After six years of consecutive straight wins against the Pacers, the Cav’s took their first lost. The final score was 70-65. The Cavalier’s have a record of 8-8 on the season and 5-2 in the Colonial States Athletic Conference. Senior Meghan Martin gave a game winning performance, leaving her […]

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A Cav’s perspective: Caroline Price

I have been an athlete for as long as I can remember, so picking a school where I had the opportunity to play basketball was extremely important to me. I also knew that I did not want a huge school that was far away from home. Cabrini College was the perfect fit. Although it definitely […]


Assignments on snow days get mixed feedback

Break is over. It is time to get back into the swing of things. Classes have started. Snow is on the way. What happens when the snow gets here? Do classes still go on? Nope. Students everywhere love snow days. Snow days mean no class, no work and hanging out with friends drinking hot chocolate. […]


Winter weather was lacking over break, students say

During winter break, the temperature was often in the 50 degree range. On Christmas day, people from the East Coast compared the weather to the weather in California. “I’m used to snow on Christmas!” Yasmine Louis, a freshman psychology major, said. “I was reminiscing about my childhood cause you know when you’re little it always […]