July 13, 2020

Posts from "Hannah Paxton"

  • Campus | Apr.19, 2018

    Writer vs. Writer: PC’s Core Curriculum

    The liberal arts core curriculum at Providence College serves as the foundation for students’ education. Between the rigorous Development of Western Civilization program and an abundance of core requirements—which cover topics such as intensive writing, fine arts, diversity, and oral…

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  • Opinion | Apr.19, 2018

    Social Media Giants Must Prioritize Privacy

    When Facebook was founded in 2004, no one could predict the impact it would have on life in the 21st century.  Despite its ability to help people connect and share ideas around the world, its disadvantages have become glaringly apparent…

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  • Campus | Apr.19, 2018

    Campus Survey Fails to Address Slut-Shaming

    by Lela Biggus ’18 Opinion Staff The campus climate survey on sexual misconduct and relationship violence that was recently distributed to the student body is considerate, thorough, and extensive. However, it misses one key aspect of the sexual…

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  • Editorials | Apr.19, 2018

    Social Media is Skewing Our Relationships

    by Kelsey Dass ’18 Opinion Staff Just about every other person you meet on a college campus is currently in a relationship, has been in one before, dated, or casually hooked up with another person they have come to really…

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  • Editor's Column | Apr.19, 2018

    We Can Do Great Things

    On Tuesday nights, you will usually find me in my literary non-fiction class in a dark room of lower level Ruane. For two and a half hours we talk about how to craft the perfect non-fiction story, and we even…

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  • Opinion | Apr.19, 2018

    Tangents and Tirades

    Technology Allows Socialization Walking around campus between classes, you can often see a sea of students, heads down, staring at the lighted screens of their smartphones. Images like this are often used in newspapers and magazines to bemoan the disconnectedness…

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  • Campus | Apr.12, 2018

    The Exorbitant Cost of Senior Week

    by Lela Biggus ’18 Opinion Staff The chaos of planning ahead for senior week has begun. Ticket sales are now underway and the unnecessary stress of coordinating a table with exactly nine friends is setting in. One may be looking…

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  • Editorials | Apr.12, 2018

    Ending the Stigma

      by Hannah Paxton ’19 Asst. Opinion Editor “Mental illness has nothing to do with if you’ll be successful or not,” said Brown University graduate student, Seth Akers-Campbell. Last Wednesday’s “Inside Mental Illness” event, presented by the National Alliance on…

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  • Editor's Column | Apr.12, 2018

    Standing Up to Sexual Assault

    by Paige Calabrese ’18 Associate Editor-in-Chief April is designated as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, an entire month dedicated to calling attention to sexual violence and educating the public about statistics, prevention, and resources in an effort to combat stereotypes and…

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  • Campus | Apr.12, 2018

    Space Crunch: PC Needs More Study Spaces

      by Nicholas Moran ’19 Opinion Staff Reading on a leather chair in front of a crackling fire, no study-spot on campus trumps the Fiondella Great Room. Far from the crowded echo-chamber that is Phillip’s Memorial Library, the Great Room…

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