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

New V.P. appointed for marketing and communications

Celia Cameron has earned the title of vice president for marketing and communications for the college and has the background to prove it. Cameron… Read More

Sugden lends helping hand as new assistant S.I.D

Brian Sugden is the man behind the scenes. Sugden, assistant sports information director, covers the school’s games and athletic events for the athletic department’s… Read More

Students are no longer required to submit SAT scores

Ahh, SAT’s. The anxiety, the sweat, the tears—we all remember. But uh-oh, what’s this? The SAT’s and ACT’s will be optional for students applying to attend… Read More

Human trafficking: A dawning reality

The importance of the education on human trafficking in society was discussed at an event by a president of a safe-house for post-sexual exploitation.… Read More

Holmes plays pivotal role between starter and family

Tayler Holmes, a sophomore psychology major, is a student-athlete who juggles her studies, social life and family obligations, all while excelling on the court.… Read More

Day of Service rocks for socks

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Life’s most important question: What are you doing for others?” Cabrini Rocks for Socks was an event… Read More

Women’s lacrosse looks to start season out strong

The women’s lacrosse team is preparing themselves for the upcoming season with high hopes for success. The players have started practicing this past week… Read More

Finding the textbooks for a new semester

Some students and administration may be having issues with the school’s book store’s prices as well as getting the correct amount of books ordered… Read More

Two great achievements, one record-breaking night

Amber Keys scored her 1000th point while Megan Decker reached her 500th rebound in the same evening.

Some stores remain closed on Thanksgiving while others open on the holiday

Some stores will be opening on Thanksgiving in hopes of getting an early rush from Black Friday shoppers while others are putting their foot down and strictly sharing time with their family and friends while their stores’ doors stay tightly locked up.
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