Molly Seaman

Managing Editor of the Loquitur at Cabrini University. Colorado Born and Raised. 21 years old with a deep love for people, travel and education.

Articles by Molly Seaman

‘You Are Welcome Here’ at Cabrini University

“No matter where you are from or who you are, you are welcome here.” “One Cabrini Family.” “No matter how the world changes, no… Read More

‘I have one grasshopper but I will break it in half and give you half’: A resilient country – Madagascar

“I do not know about all of you but 10 years ago, my image of Madagascar was the movie. I love that movie, it… Read More

We are all connected: Here is why it is important

“I am saddened by how people treat one another and how we are so shut off from one another and how we judge one… Read More

The trees have eyes

Editor’s note: This story received 2016-17 Pennsylvania Newspaper Association  Keystone Press Awards – honorable mention for Feature Story “Never shall I forget that night,… Read More

Humans unsheltered: Homelessness, cold feet and the Joy of Sox

As the temperature dropped to bitter single digits and the snowflakes began to fall on a dark winter night, Cabrini University students fell asleep… Read More

An identity tested: University defends immigrants and refugees in face of adversity

Founded upon social justice, the heart of Cabrini University beats to the sound of the diversity that flows through its veins. Its very mission… Read More

25 acts of kindness for the holiday season

Acts both large and small created to spread some goodwill and inspire hope this holiday season. 1. Give the gift of hope Catholic Relief… Read More

The pressure of perfect

Get good grades. Be involved. The pressure of perfect. Get a good job. Pay off your bills. The pressure of perfect. Be happy. Do… Read More

What would Mother Cabrini have to say about the Syrian Refugee Crisis?

Who is St. Frances Xavier Cabrini? Some may know her as the first American saint, others may remember her as the foundress of the… Read More

The journey of a million miles: 10 things Poland taught me

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I’d Tap That: student give their opinions about water on campus

Did you know that in 2015 Americans used almost 50 billion plastic water bottles? However, only 23 percent of those water bottles were recycled,… Read More

To transfer or not to transfer: An ode to indecisiveness

It does not seem all that long ago that we were seniors in high school trying to decide what we wanted to do with… Read More

Becoming One: The story of Sifu Lan Tran

“What we think and the energy we produce manifests into the action that we do. With the right mind, right energy and right action… Read More

Senior convergence class wins esteemed Silver-Davey Award

Yet again, Cabrini College students have been able to prove that although they are small, they are mighty. Out of 4,000 submissions the honors… Read More

My big fat expensive wedding

From the time that they are little, young girls grow up dreaming of the perfect wedding. This trend begins by dressing up in a… Read More

Money Matters: Cabrini students learn the value of saving

Month after month, students all over the country continue to meet the criteria of a “broke college student,” ramen noodle diet and all. All… Read More

Halloween is not just a trick, it is also a treat

I am so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers. Beautiful changing leaves, warm hot chocolate, haunted houses, pumpkin patches, Halloween–… Read More

Play 4 the Cure: Women’s field hockey battles Gettysburg

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You got served: Cabrini women’s tennis smashes Keystone in a 9-0 victory

On the cold rainy morning of Saturday, Oct. 3, the women’s tennis team fought their way to a 9-0 victory. Due to the heavy… Read More

Refuse to lose: Cabrini men’s soccer beats Albright in over time victory

Picture this: A battle under the stadium lights. Two teams determined to come out with a win no matter what the circumstances. However, only… Read More
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