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Campus educates community with dialogue on cultural appropriation

Culture appropriation is when recognizable parts of a culture or race are used by people who are not a part of the culture they are representing (may that representation be poor or not). Seems like a pretty easy topic to grasp, but then why are college students so aloof about the topic? “To be completely […]

Cabriniana Room

The Cabriniana Room: a School Secret

The second floor of the library is home to the Cabriniana Room, a small office that houses several of Mother Cabrini’s personal belongings. We got an inside look into this hidden treasure on campus. Check out this week’s full episode on LOQation’s official YouTube channel!

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Dr. Darryl Mace’s ‘In Remembrance of Emmett Till’

Dr. Darryl Mace, associate professor and chair of history and political science at Cabrini College, takes us back to 1955 in his recently published book, “In Remembrance of Emmett Till: Regional Stories and Media Response to the Black Freedom Struggle.” The story of Emmett Till initially took place in Mississippi when racism was strong in […]


LOQation Episode 21

This week LOQation features a special interview with a Lost Boy of Sudan. There are also featured stories about registering for fall semester classes, the flower show in Philadelphia, and the history behind Saint Patrick’s Day. Tune in to LOQation to see more!