August 22, 2017

Charity Is a Pillar of Our Humanity

  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Charity Is a Pillar of Our Humanity

    by Nicole Corbin ’15 Opinion Editor “Love is the beauty of the soul.” St. Augustine spoke these words centuries ago, and yet the truth of the phrase persists. For St. Augustine, love is the will to help others; this concept…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Tangents & Tirades

    RIPTA Needs To Get Its Act Together I don’t want to sound like a southerner, specifically the kind who thought the storm was the end of the world, causing the state of Georgia to completely shut down after receiving one-third…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Absurd to Think Less of Menzel as a Performer

    Just Let It Go: Response to Cox ’18’s Idina Menzel Article by Caitlin Hagarty ’15 Guest Opinion Let’s be real, everyone was skeptical when it was announced that Idina Menzel would be singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    No-Meat Policy Doubts Students’ Spiritual Maturity

    by Wesley Trask ’16 Opinion Staff The Lenten season is upon us, friends, and you will be participating as usual. Yes, even you, those less-than-religious among us. Because with the beginning of Lent, Providence College resumes its practice of not…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Witnessing the Better Angels of Our Society

    Impressive Handling of Meningitis Vaccination Clinic Is a Result of Our Political System by Joseph Cammarano Guest Opinion On Sunday, February 8, I was in the Peterson Recreation Center to observe the quickly arranged vaccinations of nearly the entire student…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Friars Club Makes PC Outshine Other Colleges

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff As a student, it is hard to deny how surreal it is to be sitting in McPhail’s, or anywhere on campus for that matter, doing homework and watching the Friars Club give tours, traveling…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.26, 2015

    Editor vs. Editor: The Album We Are Most Anticipating

    Katie Puzycki Most Anticipated Album: Kodaline, Coming Up for Air Her Views: I am incredibly eager to hear Irish band Kodaline’s second studio album Coming Up for Air, when it is released on April 14. After stumbling upon their music…

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  • Opinion | Mar.26, 2015

    Understanding the Past Leads to a Better Future

    by Carolyn Walsh ’17 Senior Staff Writer Teaching Advanced Placement U.S. History in Oklahoma’s public schools could very well be on the way to becoming history after the state’s legislative committee on education voted this past week to pass a…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.26, 2015

    87th Oscar Awards: Surprises and Snubs

    by Ryan Charland’18 A&E Staff Once again, the Oscars have provided film fans with an abundant supply of material for debates over which films were snubbed and which were given their due respect at this year’s Academy Awards ceremony. Hosted…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.26, 2015

    ’Gansett and The Dark Prince of Providence

    by Dan Gagnon’15 A&E Staff Narragansett Beer has enlisted the image of early 20th century Providence-based horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, “The Dark Prince of Providence,” to help celebrate their respective 125th birthdays. ’Gansett, a torch-bearer of Rhode Island culture and…

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