Jedidah Antwi

My name is Jedidah Antwi. I am a sophomore, double-majoring in political science and digital communication. In addition to my academic studies, I have been selected to serve on the Executive Board of the Cabrini University Chapter of the National Society of Leadership and
Success. I am also a member of the Poetry Club and Cabrini on Immigration, a student organization that advocates for social justice and immigrants’ rights. I love history, politics, and fashion. My favorite things to do outside of class and the Loquitur are watching foreign films, going to church, and hanging out with friends. I want people to become engaged and aware of what is going on in their community. As a reporter for loquitur, I want to inform Cabrini students about the things that are happening on campus and around the world. I hope through the content I produce on the Loquitur that Cabrini students will become informed citizens.

Articles by Jedidah Antwi

Sage Klein expresses his perspective on the subject at Dixon. Photo by Max Silverman.

Dilemma for student athletes: to pay or not to pay

The NCAA made $1.15 billion in 2021. Considering the massive amount of money taken in by collegiate sports, there is an ongoing debate about… Read More
Na'im Roberts, soccer player, studying at Dixon.

Juggling time: how student athletes balance academics and sports

Balancing rigorous school work and intense physical activity in sports is tough even without any financial compensation, no doubt about it. Cabrini currently has… Read More

Road to addiction recovery; Therapeutic Recovery Night

Cabrini students gathered for Therapeutic Recovery Night, hosted by Cabrini’s Social Work Club, to listen to Philp Waibel’s addiction recovery story. Hosted on Sept.… Read More

Out with the plastic, in with the reusable

Cabrini students might have noticed the lack of plastic bags on campus lately. It’s no coincidence. On Sept. 15, Radnor Township put into effect… Read More
Sage Klein expresses his perspective on the subject at Dixon. Photo by Max Silverman.

Dilemma for student athletes: to pay or not to pay

The NCAA made $1.15 billion in 2021. Considering the massive amount of money taken in by collegiate sports, there is an ongoing debate about… Read More
Na'im Roberts, soccer player, studying at Dixon.

Juggling time: how student athletes balance academics and sports

Balancing rigorous school work and intense physical activity in sports is tough even without any financial compensation, no doubt about it. Cabrini currently has… Read More

Road to addiction recovery; Therapeutic Recovery Night

Cabrini students gathered for Therapeutic Recovery Night, hosted by Cabrini’s Social Work Club, to listen to Philp Waibel’s addiction recovery story. Hosted on Sept.… Read More

Out with the plastic, in with the reusable

Cabrini students might have noticed the lack of plastic bags on campus lately. It’s no coincidence. On Sept. 15, Radnor Township put into effect… Read More
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