Shannon Keough

Articles by Shannon Keough

Students celebrate Fair Trade Day

Shannon Keough

People Poll

"I think that it's a great idea, reasons being because she is funny, nice and she brings diversity to the show. Since her personality is so kind I believe that she will balance out Simon. Ellen will definitely provide entertainment for the audience." Goran Dulac, freshman education major "I love Ellen, I am a devoted fan and I watch her show everyday however I don't think that she is a good pick for an American Idol judge, because she isn't educated in the music industry.

Volleyball sweeps Bryn Mawr

The lady Cavs' volleyball team started the 2009 season off by sweeping Bryn Mawr College, 3-0, at Nerney Field House on Tuesday night. Senior Lizzie Williams captured a double-double, gathering a team-high 18 assists and 10 digs. Williams entered the game 23 assists shy of the two thousandth for her career at Cabrini.

Service learning through travel

Traveling to Ethiopia, Africa, for eight weeks isn't the ideal vacation most students have planned for the summer. However, for Beth Briggs, junior psychology and sociology major, nothing could seem more appealing. "I wanted to have first-hand experience with global poverty and apply my passion for global solidarity and social justice in a meaningful way.

Empowering women to end worldwide poverty

Zenebech Gashaw, like many other women in Ethiopia, gets up at 4:30 a.m., prepares breakfast for her husband and children, walks the children to school, which takes up to an hour and a half, and then works all day cooking and fetching water.

S3 program focuses on freshmen development

Incoming first-year students are now given the opportunity to arrive at Cabrini College a couple days earlier than their classmates in order to participate in a pre-orientation program that focuses on service, spirituality and solidarity,known as S3.

New ITR staff brings Bolivian experience

After volunteering for one year to teach citizens in La Paz, Bolivia, how to use computers, Dennis Callahan was hired by Cabrini College as its newest help desk coordinator in the Information Technology Resources office. "I was always interested in volunteer work abroad, which is why I was an international studies major in college," Callahan said.

Editorial: Gender inequalities remain problem in U.S. and abroad

As Americans we often feel that women are equal to men because women in the United States are educated, have the right to vote and hold the same positions in the workforce as men. However, equality has yet to be reached, both in the U.S. and abroad. In many countries, women are still seen as objects, not humans.

Local and global hunger issues interconnect

The link between the dignity of human beings and the impact that humanity has on legislation was the driving force behind the presentations that were given on Cabrini's fifth annual Founder's Day.

Love remains tradition for young adults

Halfway through her first year of college, Katrina Hill found herself engaged to her boyfriend of two years. Hill, now a senior biology-tech and mathematics major, was open to the idea of getting engaged this early because, "I knew him for a long time and I knew it would be hard for us because we'd be apart for a lot of the time [during the school year].

Students celebrate Fair Trade Day

Shannon Keough

People Poll

"I think that it's a great idea, reasons being because she is funny, nice and she brings diversity to the show. Since her personality is so kind I believe that she will balance out Simon. Ellen will definitely provide entertainment for the audience." Goran Dulac, freshman education major "I love Ellen, I am a devoted fan and I watch her show everyday however I don't think that she is a good pick for an American Idol judge, because she isn't educated in the music industry.

Volleyball sweeps Bryn Mawr

The lady Cavs' volleyball team started the 2009 season off by sweeping Bryn Mawr College, 3-0, at Nerney Field House on Tuesday night. Senior Lizzie Williams captured a double-double, gathering a team-high 18 assists and 10 digs. Williams entered the game 23 assists shy of the two thousandth for her career at Cabrini.

Service learning through travel

Traveling to Ethiopia, Africa, for eight weeks isn't the ideal vacation most students have planned for the summer. However, for Beth Briggs, junior psychology and sociology major, nothing could seem more appealing. "I wanted to have first-hand experience with global poverty and apply my passion for global solidarity and social justice in a meaningful way.

Empowering women to end worldwide poverty

Zenebech Gashaw, like many other women in Ethiopia, gets up at 4:30 a.m., prepares breakfast for her husband and children, walks the children to school, which takes up to an hour and a half, and then works all day cooking and fetching water.

S3 program focuses on freshmen development

Incoming first-year students are now given the opportunity to arrive at Cabrini College a couple days earlier than their classmates in order to participate in a pre-orientation program that focuses on service, spirituality and solidarity,known as S3.

New ITR staff brings Bolivian experience

After volunteering for one year to teach citizens in La Paz, Bolivia, how to use computers, Dennis Callahan was hired by Cabrini College as its newest help desk coordinator in the Information Technology Resources office. "I was always interested in volunteer work abroad, which is why I was an international studies major in college," Callahan said.

Editorial: Gender inequalities remain problem in U.S. and abroad

As Americans we often feel that women are equal to men because women in the United States are educated, have the right to vote and hold the same positions in the workforce as men. However, equality has yet to be reached, both in the U.S. and abroad. In many countries, women are still seen as objects, not humans.

Local and global hunger issues interconnect

The link between the dignity of human beings and the impact that humanity has on legislation was the driving force behind the presentations that were given on Cabrini's fifth annual Founder's Day.

Love remains tradition for young adults

Halfway through her first year of college, Katrina Hill found herself engaged to her boyfriend of two years. Hill, now a senior biology-tech and mathematics major, was open to the idea of getting engaged this early because, "I knew him for a long time and I knew it would be hard for us because we'd be apart for a lot of the time [during the school year].