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  • Photo Gallery | Feb.26, 2015

    Roving: If you won an Oscar, who would you thank?

     

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    Photo: February 26, 2015

     

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  • Opinion | Feb.23, 2015

    Refusing Immunization Is Selfish

    By Jacquelyn Kelley ’17 Asst. Opinion Editor We are lucky to live in a time period when immunizations are so common that we are often unaffected by dangerous diseases, but society seems to be testing its luck. Lately, parents are…

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  • Opinion | Feb.23, 2015

    Tangents and Tirades

    President’s Day Weekend Is the Perfect Present By McKenzie Tavella ’18 For some of us, we have never been away from home before. This is the first time that our mothers have to push their baby birds—that’d be us—out of…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.23, 2015

    Providence: Place’s to Go For Valentine’s Day

    by Isabella Goldstein ’17 A&E Staff For those of you who may have forgotten, this Saturday is Valentine’s Day. For some, the holiday is just a clever marketing ploy created by Hallmark, but for others, it is a day to…

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  • Opinion | Feb.23, 2015

    Administration Is Handling Meningitis Outbreak Well

    By Brianna Abbott ’17 Opinion Staff Four thousand moms blew up cell phones across campus early last week when Providence College notified students that one of their peers had been hospitalized for meningococcal meningitis. Meningitis is an infection of the…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.23, 2015

    A Sequel for Harper Lee

    by Dan Gagnon ’15 A&E Staff “For thus hath the Lord said unto me, Go, set a watchman, let him declare what he seeth” (Isaiah 21:6). Last week, reclusive author Harper Lee’s publisher announced that Go Set a Watchman, a…

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  • Opinion | Feb.23, 2015

    Students Need a Place In Schneider

    By Mason Sciotti Editor-in-Chief Over the past few months, other writers of The Cowl and I have spoken about student involvement at sporting events. We’ve had alumni write in wishing that more students would show, and students write in saying…

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  • Opinion | Feb.23, 2015

    Stop Being a Slacktivist

    By Edward Walrod ’16 Opinion Staff “Like this and save a puppy,” or “Share this photo if you want to save Sansa Stark from King Joffrey’s evil grasp.” It seems that these types of “slacktivities” are quite common now. They…

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  • Opinion | Feb.23, 2015

    Valentine’s Day Is Wasted on College Students

    By Christina Moazed ’15 Opinion Staff Valentine’s Day is a premature holiday for college students. For most students, our values and understandings of companionship aren’t fully developed. If college students can’t pick a major, it’s only fitting that they wait…

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