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  • Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2015

    20th Century Painting Sells for Over $100 Million

    by Luiza Alves ’19 A&E Staff It is hard to wrap our minds around clothing and other objects of immense value when we think to ourselves time and time again, “Why would I buy that?” or “Who would buy that?”…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2015

    Live Entertainment for “216 Nights”

    by Kealy Robertson ’16 A&E Staff The “Senior Scaries” are taking a toll on the Class of 2016, with the countdown to graduation—a countdown that not many seniors are looking forward to—marking their calendars with the date of that dreadful…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2015

    Producers Continue Preparing for Fuller House

    by Kelly Laske ’16 A&E Staff Is the Full House reunion actually happening? You got it, dude! With filming currently in progress, our dreams are finally coming true. No need to watch an episode again for the 10th time, because…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2015

    Explore Providence: Nordstrom Cafe

    by Isabella Goldstein ’17 A&E Staff Nestled in the corner of the third floor of Nordstrom lies the Nordstrom Cafe, the department store’s very own contemporary food marketplace. Though it may sound strange, Nordstrom’s Marketplace Cafe serves quality breakfast, lunch,…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2015

    Adele Set to Release First Album Since 2012

    by Olivia Walsh ’19 A&E Staff After three years of silence, Adele finally released a much anticipated new single, “Hello,” on Oct. 23, exciting fans of her music across the globe. Mere hours after its release, the music video began…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Nov.20, 2015

    Let’s Rant: Trailer Tirade

    by Ryan Charland ’18 A&E Staff Movie trailers have gotten out of control. Something is wrong when audiences feel the need to avoid previews for an anticipated feature because of spoilers. Whether it be revealing major plot points, giving away…

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  • Opinion | Nov.19, 2015

    Strive Beyond Worldly Success

    by Matthew Tinsley ’16 Opinion Staff The opening of Josef Pieper’s Leisure: The Basis of Culture includes a quote from Psalm 46:10: “Be still and know that I am God.” Be still. How much of our lives is spent laboriously…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.19, 2015

    Leaves

    by David Martineau ’18 Portfolio Staff A bitter gale sweeps across the azure sky And a thousand tethered souls learn to fly, Twisting and tumbling in the frigid air Till their former home is stripped and bare. Its branches flutter…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.19, 2015

    Fast Fiction, Series 3

    Disaster by Abby Johnston ’17 Portfolio Staff World stops as pixels drone on. “Imagine” by Jose Martinez ’16 Asst. Portfolio Editor Maybe our wounds will eventually heal. This Is My Choice by Abigail Sawyer Henry ’16 Portfolio Staff I could…

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  • Opinion | Nov.19, 2015

    Support #BlackLivesMatter

    by Hannah Paxton ’19 Opinion Staff In response to the racial incidents that took place at the University of Missouri, college campuses across the country, Providence College included, showed their support for the student activists on Thursday by spreading a…

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