May 20, 2019

Posts from "Hannah Paxton"

  • Campus | Apr.11, 2019

    McPhail’s 2.0: Bring the Excitement Back to McPhail’s

    One very unique aspect of Providence College is McPhail’s, the College’s very own on-campus bar where every student can hang out and 21+ students can even kick back and enjoy a beer without having to leave the campus. Although an…

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  • Campus | Apr.11, 2019

    Veritas: Be Proud of All Truths

    The motto of Providence College is Veritas, meaning truth. The search for truth grounds education, community interaction, and student life in a quest for knowledge. However, this truth only goes so far: it solely extends to beliefs that align with…

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  • Featured Slider | Apr.11, 2019

    Writer vs. Writer: Alumni Hall Food Court or Eaton Street Café?

    Alumni Hall Food Court by Bridget Blain ’19 Opinion Staff   When Providence College students are asked about the best dining options on campus, the first options that most likely come to mind are Raymond Dining Hall and Alumni Hall…

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  • Opinion | Apr.11, 2019

    Calling For a More Inclusive Curriculum

    by Savannah Plaisted ’21 Opinion Staff   Upon coming to Providence College, students are told that their religious affiliation or lack thereof is not a necessary component to attend. They are told that they can participate in PC’s religious services…

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  • Opinion | Apr.11, 2019

    Letter to the Editor

    I was delighted to see the lead story on the front page of the March 21 Cowl about Millie Paladino ’19. Our high caliber and often world class runners receive far too little recognition on our basketball-crazed campus. The story…

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  • Editor's Column | Apr.11, 2019

    “No More” Moments

    Throughout second semester, the Providence College seniors have been reminded day after day that graduation is quickly approaching. Students in the class of 2019 have been gearing up and preparing for post-graduation life.However, as some of us are learning, in…

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  • Opinion | Apr.11, 2019

    Tangents and Tirades

    Friar Fun in the Sun I am sure many have noticed that spring has come a little earlier than normal this year. The grass is getting greener with each passing day, and flower buds are peeping through the ground, ready…

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  • Opinion | Mar.21, 2019

    The College Admissions Scandal: Parents Must Teach Their Children to Earn Their Success

    by Emily Ball ’22 Opinion Staff   SATs, ACTs, college essays—all of these things are crucial aspects of the college admissions process. Although this time can be stressful, the outcome is usually rewarding and well-deserved—an admission to one’s future college.…

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  • Opinion | Mar.21, 2019

    Bernt Out: Why Sanders Should Stay Out of 2020

    by Elizabeth McGinn ’22 Opinion Staff   In 2016, Bernie Sanders threw his hat into the ring to run for president. Although he fell to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Primary, he announced his intention to run again in the…

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  • Opinion | Mar.21, 2019

    Captain Marvel Smashes Stereotypes: Why the Female-led Film is Important for the Future of Marvel

    by Julia McCoy ’22 Opinion Staff   In its over 10 year run of hit blockbuster films, Marvel Studios had not released a female-led superhero movie until the premiere of Captain Marvel this March. This monumental moment has set a…

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