Abigail Keefe

Abigail Keefe is a Cabrini College student studying communications, enjoying her time in Radnor, Pennsylvania. Abbie loves working for the school newspaper, the Loquitur, and is also passionate about everything that the communication field has to offer.

Articles by Abigail Keefe

Quality of campus’ water affirmed to be safe

Although the campus’ quality of water is reported safe, according to a random poll, 5 out of 5 students use either a Brita filtration… Read More

Why is society so quick to judge a mental disease?

According to www.merriam-webster.com, addiction is a strong and harmful need to regularly have something (such as a drug) or do something (such as gamble).… Read More

What are the primaries and how should we vote?

Being away at college leaves students with many priorities and daily tasks that need to be done. Sometimes, it is easy to forget about… Read More

Blood Diamonds: is the love of a ring worth the injustice of societies?

Valentine’s Day is a time for love. A time for romance. A time to show just how much you truly care for that special… Read More

Highsmith looks forward to the growth of Cabrini, as new VP of IA

After roughly forty years of pursuing a career in broadcast journal- ism, radio and television, Steve Highsmith, the new Vice President of Institutional Advancement,… Read More

Which political party will dominate the presidency?

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Candidates continue to drop out as election gets closer

While the current democratic nominees include only three candidates: Clinton, O’Malley and Sanders. The republican party has over a dozen candidates. These current republican… Read More

Cabrini holds Domestic Violence Symposium

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Where in the world was DT?

President Dr. Donald Taylor traveled with faculty overseas this past summer to make international connections. Japan In Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe in Japan, the… Read More

Students present at the ninth annual Cabrini Academic Symposium

Once a year, the campus comes together to exhibit their scholarly achievements and findings. Topics from Kony to Overfishing were covered at Cabrini’s ninth… Read More

Women millennials choose social science, rather than STEM, studies show

Studies show that both the millennial generation and women in general may have specific outlooks on the participation in fields involved in STEM, otherwise… Read More

Generation may choose spirituality over organized religion

The millennial generation is more prone to being spiritual as opposed to following an organized religion, studies say. The Pew Research Center on Religion… Read More

Civil rights activist wins award

A civil rights pioneer and leader of the Cambridge Movement spoke of retaliation and social justice during the challenging time when races fought for freedom… Read More

Civil rights leader to receive prestigious award for women’s leadership

Gloria Richardson, a civil rights pioneer, was chosen to receive the Ivy Young Willis and Martha Willis Dale Award. Each year, the history and… Read More

Magnani excels as student and star athlete

James Magnani has performed beyond expectations as a freshman on the Men’s Lacrosse team. Magnani, the 6’0 freshman business administration major who plays attack… Read More

Facebook steps its game up with suicide prevention

Every now and again we hear people talk about the negative impacts of technology and social media. Well, for those who love to hate,… Read More

Bystanders of sexual assault are important aspects, speaker says

A detective who has worked in the Montgomery County District Attorney’s office for over 20 years thinks that the bystander is an important aspect… Read More

For Us, By Us, About Us: The Black Aesthetic and Modern Conversation About Racial Identity

“’For us, by us, about us’ acts as 3 parts of what W.E.B. Du Bois wrote about and to find that it is a… Read More

Kristina Startare wears her jersey while double majoring

Kristina Startare is portrayed as a perfect example of a student athlete. The 5’7” forward on the women’s basketball team has played in 25… Read More

Convergence of childhood obesity and hunger

9 a.m. Welcome “Both childhood obesity and childhood hunger go hand in hand,” an experienced advisor to Philadelphia food recovery projects, teacher for innovative… Read More


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