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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes away at age 87.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes away at age 87.

On September 18th, 2020, America lost one of the most unexpected cultural icons. Supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away in her home due [...]
55 years since signing the Voting Rights Act and how it’s still important today

55 years since signing the Voting Rights Act and how it’s still important today

Voting has come a long way since the first time the Constitution granted voting rights to white men. The expansion of voting rights was something that [...]
Lanternflies are the new pest on campus

Lanternflies are the new pest on campus

They are back and more than ever.  Spotted Lanternflies are everywhere around the United States. These bugs are destroying trees and eating crops b [...]

High school teams debate whether to follow pro teams changing racially-charged names.

WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM The demand for the controversial issue of removing racist mascots from sports teams is finally being heard. Changes have a [...]
Coronavirus recap: Here’s what happened this week

Coronavirus recap: Here’s what happened this week

The Recap Cabrini University reported its first case of COVID-19 on campus only a week ago on Friday, Sept. 18. Since then, COVID-19 cases have ste [...]
Race in America: It begins with a conversation

Race in America: It begins with a conversation

If you know better, you do better, according to one of the panelists who spoke at a panel discussion on Race in America.  As discussed at the begin [...]
COVID-19 cases linked to sports team

COVID-19 cases linked to sports team

At least six cases of COVID-19 on Cabrini campus are linked to one varsity sports team, COVID Task Force chair Dr. Stephen Rupprecht confirmed in [...]
Number of active COVID-19 cases on Cabrini campus up to four

Number of active COVID-19 cases on Cabrini campus up to four

This story was updated at 11:02 a.m. Friday with comments from the Cabrini COVID-19 Task Force chair. It was further updated Friday at 11:24 a.m after [...]
Race in America: Cabrini to host panel for ongoing issues of racial disparity

Race in America: Cabrini to host panel for ongoing issues of racial disparity

On Wednesday, Sept. 16, the Cabrini Academic Affairs office along with the Nerney Leadership Institute and the Office of Diversity Initiatives will be [...]
The university puts on a different type of involvement fair

The university puts on a different type of involvement fair

Amidst the uncertainties of the coronavirus, Cabrini University held a live and virtual Involvement fair on Wednesday, Sept. 9.  The live event was he [...]
Students and professors want ‘college experience’ in fall but have health and educational concerns

Students and professors want ‘college experience’ in fall but have health and educational concerns

With the fall semester quickly approaching, students and faculty are preparing for a semester unlike any other amid the historic Covid-19 pandemic [...]
Black@Cabrini: BIPOC community shares their experiences of racial bias on campus

[email protected]: BIPOC community shares their experiences of racial bias on campus

Editor's Note: The Loquitur respects the desire by organizers of the account [email protected] to remain anonymous. For a long time, many students, alu [...]
‘Free at last’: John Lewis, conscience of Congress, dead at 80

‘Free at last’: John Lewis, conscience of Congress, dead at 80

John Lewis, icon of the Civil Rights Movement who was badly beaten on “Bloody Sunday,” has died after a six-month battle with pancreatic cancer.  He w [...]
Black history is not being taught properly in U.S. schools

Black history is not being taught properly in U.S. schools

According to The New York Times, all states are not required to meet the academic content standards for social studies and American history, unlike th [...]
Freshmen hurt about their first year being cut short

Freshmen hurt about their first year being cut short

Many college freshmen are upset by the fact their first year of college was cut short by the global pandemic. With the coronavirus pandemic causing [...]
The president puts a plan in place for the fall semester of 2020

The president puts a plan in place for the fall semester of 2020

With the coronavirus starting off as an unknown disease to being the cause of a global pandemic, many schools were forced to shut down halfway through [...]
Class of 2020 disappointed after traditional graduation cancelled

Class of 2020 disappointed after traditional graduation cancelled

Many recent graduates and families of Cabrini University have been left upset, frustrated and resentful after hearing that the traditional in-pers [...]
Supreme Court rules historic victory for LGBT employees

Supreme Court rules historic victory for LGBT employees

The U.S. Supreme Court decided that an employer who fires an individual for their sexual orientation or gender identity violates Title VII of the Civi [...]
The Supreme Court’s ruling against ending DACA is a step in the right direction

The Supreme Court’s ruling against ending DACA is a step in the right direction

On June 18, The Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration's attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA. This [...]
No more deaths organization: humanitarian aid at border is never a crime

No more deaths organization: humanitarian aid at border is never a crime

  We are the United States. We go to war to protect freedom and we are committing acts of genocide. Humanitarian aid is never a crime. Giv [...]
Climate change makes existing issues worse in Guatemala

Climate change makes existing issues worse in Guatemala

Guatemala possesses an abundance of natural resources and a diverse environment. It could be a rich country. However, climate change is now added to t [...]

March For Our Lives Video

This video demonstrates what current MFOL members are doing to change laws and put an end to gun violence. [...]
Education majors struggle with field work due to school closings

Education majors struggle with field work due to school closings

When the governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, closed all elementary schools on March 16, which was just for 10 days, to monitor COVID-19, Cabrini e [...]
Implicit bias and teacher diversity: when will schools push for change?

Implicit bias and teacher diversity: when will schools push for change?

“When I was an undergraduate, and I went to apply for student teaching, my counselor said, you're going to definitely get a job because you're a doubl [...]
Digital divide becomes more prominent in education as classes move online

Digital divide becomes more prominent in education as classes move online

About 70 percent of teachers in America require students to do their homework online. Many students who don’t have computers or lack internet access f [...]
Less veggies, more junk: Trump to change school lunches.

Less veggies, more junk: Trump to change school lunches.

Child obesity has been an ongoing issue for several years. 13.7 million children under the age of 19 are obese in America. Many of these children come [...]
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