Category: News

What's happening on campus, in the community and around the world.

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Cabrini Day speaker works to bring healthy food to urban “food deserts”

Cabrini Day speaker works to bring healthy food to urban “food deserts”

The problem of food inequity must be solved, not sustained, the CEO of an organization that helps to bring healthy supermarkets to low-income area [...]
Cabrini students advocate for those in global poverty on Cabrini Day

Cabrini students advocate for those in global poverty on Cabrini Day

What is it like to genuinely be hungry and why are farmers among the most hungry? Why is hunger worse in certain areas in the world than others? H [...]
Human trafficking survivor spreads awareness to community

Human trafficking survivor spreads awareness to community

Getting the word out is the first step in bringing awareness that human trafficking does exist and can happen in your own backyard, a group of act [...]
Cabrini is implementing a new common hour for the 2020 spring semester

Cabrini is implementing a new common hour for the 2020 spring semester

Cabrini University is introducing a new campus-wide common hour on Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., as a way for students to become more active o [...]
Vaping: Is it really safer than smoking?

Vaping: Is it really safer than smoking?

Vaping is the new smoking. People are putting away tobacco cigarettes for electronic cigarettes, such as vape pens and JUULs because some people belie [...]
The winners are in for this year’s Mr. and Miss Cabrini pageant

The winners are in for this year’s Mr. and Miss Cabrini pageant

The Mr. & Miss Cabrini Pageant is one of the best-kept traditions on campus that brings the community together, says a director of campus activiti [...]
Nationally known journalist Juan Gonzalez speaks at immigration symposium

Nationally known journalist Juan Gonzalez speaks at immigration symposium

College students should utilize their skills and talents to be advocates for social change, a nationally renowned journalist said, in regards to immig [...]
In her own words: Survivor and advocate Tammy McDonnell to speak at Cabrini

In her own words: Survivor and advocate Tammy McDonnell to speak at Cabrini

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, the ECG 200 course, Voice for the Voiceless, along with other community partners, will be hosting a keynote speaker to conduct a [...]
Students living in South residence get a spook during the Halloween season

Students living in South residence get a spook during the Halloween season

Students living in the new South Residence Hall have felt a haunting presence as unusual events have taken place in their suites. As Halloween quickly [...]
Dr. Courtney Smith and her passion for history

Dr. Courtney Smith and her passion for history

Dr. Courtney Smith, a professor from the history department, began teaching at Cabrini in the fall of 1998. Smith loves teaching at the university and [...]
New virtual dissection table to add new dimension to study of anatomy

New virtual dissection table to add new dimension to study of anatomy

Cabrini University has purchased a new 3D anatomy visualization system that will bring cutting edge technology to anatomy and physiology classes. The [...]
What’s going on with Trump’s impeachment inquiry

What’s going on with Trump’s impeachment inquiry

Throughout history, there have been 19 impeachment trials, though only two of those have been United States presidents. Though no U.S. president has e [...]

Sexual violence awareness stickers should be placed in all bathrooms, regardless of gender

Editor's Note:  This story was removed due to a lack of confirmation regarding factual details.  The Loquitur apologizes for this ethical mistake.  [...]
Kathleen Johnson the Director of the DRC

Kathleen Johnson the Director of the DRC

Children are diagnosed with disabilities at all different ages some earlier in life and some later. At Cabrini, there are students with all differe [...]
Will taking a mental health day soon be considered an excused absence?

Will taking a mental health day soon be considered an excused absence?

With mental health awareness and advocacy on the rise, talk of excused mental health days for students has entered the ongoing conversation. So [...]
Students want more from CAP Board

Students want more from CAP Board

The Campus Activities and Programming Board (CAP Board) has a challenging job in creating fun events for the students on weekends in order to satisfy [...]
Students thinking pink at breast cancer awareness event

Students thinking pink at breast cancer awareness event

Every month campus has an event for heritage or awareness months. The campus has these events so that they can raise awareness for an issue and be mor [...]
Decolonizing the Borderlands: Award-winning journalist Juan González to speak at Cabrini

Decolonizing the Borderlands: Award-winning journalist Juan González to speak at Cabrini

Juan D. González, professor of professional practice in journalism and media studies at Rutgers School of Communication and Information, will be lead [...]
Social justice advocate and professor, Abel Rodriguez, wants students to discuss current global issues

Social justice advocate and professor, Abel Rodriguez, wants students to discuss current global issues

Abel Rodriguez, director of the center on immigration and assistant professor of religion, law, and social justice is one of the many Cabrini alumni w [...]
Students lose sleep from stress after the start of the new semester

Students lose sleep from stress after the start of the new semester

Students are losing sleep from the stress of classes and taking on more credits in the wake of the new semester.  As the students begin their journey [...]
Overloading students with too much homework takes a toll on their mental health

Overloading students with too much homework takes a toll on their mental health

Not all professors always take into consideration what students have going on outside the classroom and what they might be experiencing personally. Th [...]
Students with disabilities invite others to walk “In Our Shoes”

Students with disabilities invite others to walk “In Our Shoes”

A panel of students with disabilities spoke to an audience of approximately 100 students, faculty and staff about their challenges and barriers to lea [...]
Financial aid available for students applying to Catholic honor society

Financial aid available for students applying to Catholic honor society

An honor society in college is an organization that recognizes academic and other forms of excellence among the students. There are a number of societ [...]
New club shines light on mental health awareness

New club shines light on mental health awareness

A new Mental Health Awareness Club has been started by a senior student with a personal interest in the issue.  The club meets every Monday from 3:15 [...]
CRU5H manager, Lloyd, wants to put students’ needs first

CRU5H manager, Lloyd, wants to put students’ needs first

Campus and Sodexo, a food service company, have been working together for five years. Many students see the workers but don't know too much about them [...]
Adaptive sports could help level the playing field at Cabrini

Adaptive sports could help level the playing field at Cabrini

Adaptive or para sports programs run parallel to varsity sports. They allow for reasonable modifications to the game so athletes who have varying disa [...]
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