April 21, 2019

Posts from "Hannah Paxton"

  • Opinion | Sep.21, 2017

    The Fenway Four: Stepping Up and Speaking Out

    by Kevin Copp ’18 Opinion Staff The rather shocking appearance of a banner reading “Racism is as American as Baseball” at Fenway Park last Wednesday not only stunned the onlookers at baseball’s oldest ballpark, but also underscored an important message…

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  • Opinion | Sep.21, 2017

    Under Pressure: Senior Ring Week Stress

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff We are now in our fourth week of classes, which is pretty hard to believe. For seniors, though, we are merely days away from Senior Ring Weekend, which involves a lot of preparation. Some…

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  • Opinion | Sep.21, 2017

    Free Speech or Hate Speech?

    by Bridget Blain ’19 Opinion Staff Throughout the election and now several months into the presidency of Donald Trump, the current political climate has often been compared to living in a dystopian novel, such as 1984 or Fahrenheit 451. Trump’s…

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  • Editor's Column | Sep.21, 2017

    1,400 Cowls Missing: What Happened?

    by Marla Gagne ’18 Editor-in-Chief Dear Providence College Community, Friday afternoon, Paige and I, along with most of our staff, were wrapping up after  a long week. After a few hours of work and class, we were ready to head…

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  • Opinion | Sep.21, 2017

    Tangents and Tirades

      Peace Makes The World Go Around We used to speak of the future as something to look forward to, filled with bright and exciting possibilities. Nowadays, conversations surrounding the future are heavy and loaded—filled with rhetoric that incites fear…

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  • Opinion | Aug.31, 2017

    The Power of Presidential Language

    by Hannah Paxton ’19 Asst. Opinion Editor Language matters—especially that of the political leader of this country. Words have the power to build and destroy, to praise and condemn, to confront and evade. With his comment about the statue removal…

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  • Opinion | Aug.31, 2017

    Moving Forward: Remove Confederate Statues

    by Kevin Copp ’18 Opinion Staff The decisions of many cities, states, and universities to remove Confederate statues has polarized America. A stone carving of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, for instance, still has significant meaning for people from both…

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  • Opinion | Aug.31, 2017

    New Semester, New Goals

    by Bridget Blain ’19 Opinion Staff The beginning of a new school year bears close resemblance to the beginning of a new calendar year. The night before returning to the Providence College campus can often feel like its…

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  • Opinion | Aug.31, 2017

    Extreme Makeover: PC Edition

    by McKenzie Tavella ’18 Opinion Staff Each year, returning to the Providence College campus is different than the previous one. This is especially true for fall 2017 due to the countless renovations that are occurring. Although the construction last year…

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  • Opinion | Aug.31, 2017

    PC 101: Time to Flourish

    by Editor-in-Chief Marla Gagne ’18 and Associate Editor-in-Chief Paige Calabrese ’18 As students begin to flood the streets of Friartown, one word is buzzing around the campus: change. Students, faculty, and staff alike are taking in the newest campus transformation…

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